Community nonprofits and youth organizatio
      Opening of paving bids
According to the Pulaski County Emergency
A fuel leak from a 10,000-gallon tank caused a commotion on a farm northeast of the Tippecanoe River State Park. Fuel could be seen skimming the Tippecanoe River at the Haschel Bridge Public Access Site on CR 240 E. on Friday, July 15.
        A diesel spill cause
Election board debates how to address new election law
        Pulaski County Election Board members ar
Monterey looks to repair street drains, streets
       As  Monterey Town Councilman Doug Denton and clerk-treasurer Linda McCune work on a road
A fuel leak from a 10,000-gallon tank caused a commotion on a farm northeast of the Tippecanoe River State Park. Fuel could be seen skimming the Tippecanoe River at the Haschel Bridge Public Access Site on CR 240 E. on Friday, July 15.
Election board debates how to address new election law
Monterey looks to repair street drains, streets
One man was injured during a house explosion on July 18.
Emergency personnel were dispatched to 1756 E. 225 N. in the VanMeter Park area of Pulaski County shortly after 6 p.m. on Monday, July 18, after receiving a call that there had been an explosion at a residence. According to the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, Bobby Conley, 47, was inside the...
Community nonprofits and youth organizations may soon apply for grant funds through the Community Foundation of Pulaski County. Grant applications will be available Aug. 1, 2016, at www.cfopc.org. Community grants for a maximum of $7,500 may be awarded to organizations for charitable programs and...
      Opening of paving bids was briefly delayed as some changes were made to the Winamac street paving project.   On July 20, the Winamac Town Council gathered to open street paving bids that were advertised in the Journal on July 5 and July 12.  Before the bids were opened, one of the company...
According to the Pulaski County Emergency Management Agency, Indiana Department of Environmental Management IDEM) and Pulaski County Health Department Emergency Response Section, the recovery of the diesel fuel that was spilled into the Tippecanoe River on Friday, July 15, has been completed. The...
A fuel leak from a 10,000-gallon tank caused a commotion on a farm northeast of the Tippecanoe River State Park. Fuel could be seen skimming the Tippecanoe River at the Haschel Bridge Public Access Site on CR 240 E. on Friday, July 15.
        A diesel spill caused officials to send out a warning to those who might have been enjoying the Tippecanoe River during the weekend.  The spill was discovered at a farm on CR 550 N., northeast of the Tippecanoe River State Park, coming from a 10,000-gallon diesel tank around 9 a.m. on...
Election board debates how to address new election law
        Pulaski County Election Board members are debating the best way to keep the fall election from becoming a fiasco because of a new election law.  Indiana Senate Enrolled Act 61 that was signed by Governor Mike Pence in March, states that straight-ticket votes for at-large candidates will not...
Monterey looks to repair street drains, streets
       As  Monterey Town Councilman Doug Denton and clerk-treasurer Linda McCune work on a road study, it is becoming apparent that some roads need a little work and two drains must be replaced.  During a regular meeting on July 13, Denton said the two completed grading the roads for a road study...
The Pulaski County Council has approved to upgrade the 911 system but it will cost a chunk of change over the next several years.  During a regular meeting Monday evening, the council approved to upgrade the system for the next 20 years with an estimated total cost of $710,000.  Sheriff Jeff...
Abandoned vehicles became the topic of the Pulaski County Commissioners during a regular meeting on July 5.  Commissioner Larry Brady requested that the county look into creating an abandoned vehicle ordinance.  Commissioner Terry Young said there was one started several years ago but it didn’t get...
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