Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo recently spoke with businesses and organizations at a workshop to discuss how partnerships are part of workforce solutions.
Several businesses and organizations met to hear how partnerships can build better businesses and how the State Personnel Department can help build collaborations. 
Pulaski County Community Development Commission Project Coordinator Krysten L. Hinkle introduced West Central fourth-grade students to the idea of a farmers’ market on May 17. Hinkle was joined by organic farmer Michelle Martin, Pulaski Memorial Hospital CEO Tom Barry Jr. and communications director Brian Ledley.
Fourth-grade Pulaski County students recently learned how a farmers’ market not only offers organic goods but also helps the local economy. 
Pulaski County Human Services/Arrowhead Country Public Transit offers services throughout the county.
Numerous individuals gathered for a ribbon-cutting of the new minivan at Pulaski County Human Services/Arrowhead Country Public Transit on Friday.
Winamac Community High School is pleased to announce its top two graduates for the 2017-18 school year. 
Winamac Parks and Recreation Board members recently held a public meeting as they are applying for a grant to help fund the replacement of the bathrooms and toddler playground equipment.
Winamac Parks and Recreation Board members recently held a public meeting as they are trying to quickly apply for grant funding to benefit the park.  
Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo recently spoke with businesses and organizations at a workshop to discuss how partnerships are part of workforce solutions.
A short storm with strong winds on May 31 caused major tree damage in Winamac and the Winamac area. Trees were uprooted in the Winamac cemetery and the town park. Not only did one tree fall on a teeter-totter, breaking the board and bending the metal, but a man, who was fishing in the park, was hit by a falling limb. He was airlifted for medical treatment. The condition and the name of the man is unknown at this time.
Pulaski County Community Development Commission Project Coordinator Krysten L. Hinkle introduced West Central fourth-grade students to the idea of a farmers’ market on May 17. Hinkle was joined by organic farmer Michelle Martin, Pulaski Memorial Hospital CEO Tom Barry Jr. and communications director Brian Ledley.
Pulaski County Human Services/Arrowhead Country Public Transit offers services throughout the county.
Winamac Parks and Recreation Board members recently held a public meeting as they are applying for a grant to help fund the replacement of the bathrooms and toddler playground equipment.
The West Central School Corporation will not be initiating a preschool program but the school board has approved to facilitate one.  Discussion has ensued with the school board during the past several months as they want to ensure children are ready for kindergarten. For more than two years the...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Superintendent Dan Foster is looking at ways to better assist the staff and hiring a new position might be the answer.  Foster said he spoke with several teachers, staff and administration, specifically in the middle and high schools, as to what the...
Pulaski County Council members were bombarded with a number of questions regarding finances and employees’ salaries which caused a great deal of discussion and few answers.  During a regular council meeting Monday evening, council members heard from the county health department and the maintenance...
Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo recently spoke with businesses and organizations at a workshop to discuss how partnerships are part of workforce solutions.
Several businesses and organizations met to hear how partnerships can build better businesses and how the State Personnel Department can help build collaborations.  The businesses and organizations met to listen and interact with the Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo on June 1....
Pulaski County Highway Superintendent Terry Ruff asked the commissioners how they would like to proceed if a cable is cut while the highway department is working. During a regular commissioners’ meeting Monday evening, Ruff said about a year ago a cable was cut and the phone/cable company wants...
The Town of Winamac is preparing for fireworks but a lack of funding and a location are issues this year.  Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers informed the town council of the issues during a regular meeting on Monday, May 14.   Zellers said the company that sets off the fireworks each year said they...
Pulaski County Community Development Commission Project Coordinator Krysten L. Hinkle introduced West Central fourth-grade students to the idea of a farmers’ market on May 17. Hinkle was joined by organic farmer Michelle Martin, Pulaski Memorial Hospital CEO Tom Barry Jr. and communications director Brian Ledley.
Fourth-grade Pulaski County students recently learned how a farmers’ market not only offers organic goods but also helps the local economy.  Students recently learned how a farmers’ market works and that Pulaski County offers a market in both Winamac and Francesville during the growing season. ...
Medaryville Maintenance Director Keith Hauptli voiced his concern about residents blowing their grass clippings in the streets and causing a mess.  Hauptli voiced his concern during a regular council meeting on Wednesday, May 16. He said he has spoken to the residents who are blowing the clippings...
Pulaski County Human Services/Arrowhead Country Public Transit offers services throughout the county.
Numerous individuals gathered for a ribbon-cutting of the new minivan at Pulaski County Human Services/Arrowhead Country Public Transit on Friday. Human services executive director Jacki Frain welcomed those who attended the celebration including Arrowhead Country Resource Conservation and...
 
 

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