Several were in attendance for the joint session regarding the future of the county courthouse Monday evening. Eric Rowland spoke with the group regarding a final report.
County commissioners and council members were informed that even though a handful of options were given to fix the courthouse the cheapest estimated costs would be almost $5 million. 
The tour of the EMA office included: RJ Link, Eli Overmyer, Clay Kistler, EMA deputy director Richelle Fox, EMA director Sheri Gaillard, Kody Gilman, Roan Peterson and Sam Nichols.
One of the requirements for the emergency preparedness merit badge is to find out who the county’s EMA director is and to learn what this person does to prepare for, respond to, recover from and lessen or prevent a higher degree of damage from var
After the fire the walls were knocked down and the metal scrap was removed.
Attorney John Kocher wasn’t pleased seeing a lot of broken bricks and twisted metal next to his office each time he stepped outside. 
Renovations at the Monterey-Tippecanoe Public Library have made the space a little brighter and more energy efficient.
Monterey-Tippecanoe Public Library Director Renita Pothoff has seen a lot of changes happen to the library during her 45 years of working there. 
Doors that are more than 40 years will soon be replaced at the West Central Elementary School through a local match and the Secured School Safety Grant program.
Pulaski County schools will be receiving $110,099 in grant funding for future projects, all for the use of school safety. 
Mr. Frank Grunwald, survivor of Auschwitz, along with his wife, Barbara, pose for a photo with the Winamac Community High School cast of the 2019 fall play, “And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank.” Photo by Sophie Dickinson
“In school, we learn about the Holocaust and what happened, but it is truly different hearing from someone who was actually there,” commented junior Carson Bennett concerning a field trip held Friday, Sept.
Several were in attendance for the joint session regarding the future of the county courthouse Monday evening. Eric Rowland spoke with the group regarding a final report.
The tour of the EMA office included: RJ Link, Eli Overmyer, Clay Kistler, EMA deputy director Richelle Fox, EMA director Sheri Gaillard, Kody Gilman, Roan Peterson and Sam Nichols.
After the fire the walls were knocked down and the metal scrap was removed.
Renovations at the Monterey-Tippecanoe Public Library have made the space a little brighter and more energy efficient.
Doors that are more than 40 years will soon be replaced at the West Central Elementary School through a local match and the Secured School Safety Grant program.
Mr. Frank Grunwald, survivor of Auschwitz, along with his wife, Barbara, pose for a photo with the Winamac Community High School cast of the 2019 fall play, “And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank.” Photo by Sophie Dickinson
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Pulaski County Community Development Commission (CDC) Executive Director Nathan P. Origer spent several minutes defending what the department has done for the county during the last several years and why a project manager is needed but the end result didn’t change.  Origer, along with CDC project...
Several were in attendance for the joint session regarding the future of the county courthouse Monday evening. Eric Rowland spoke with the group regarding a final report.
County commissioners and council members were informed that even though a handful of options were given to fix the courthouse the cheapest estimated costs would be almost $5 million.  County officials met during a joint session Monday evening to hear a final report on the proposed courthouse...
The tour of the EMA office included: RJ Link, Eli Overmyer, Clay Kistler, EMA deputy director Richelle Fox, EMA director Sheri Gaillard, Kody Gilman, Roan Peterson and Sam Nichols.
One of the requirements for the emergency preparedness merit badge is to find out who the county’s EMA director is and to learn what this person does to prepare for, respond to, recover from and lessen or prevent a higher degree of damage from various emergency situations. Instead of simply...
Winamac Parks and Recreation Board members are entertaining the idea of a new play area at the main park in town.
Winamac Parks and Recreation Board members are entertaining the idea of a new play area at the main park in town.  The idea was mentioned when Connie Roe spoke during a regular board meeting on Oct. 3. Roe represented two entities — the volleyball league that plays in the park and the Lions Club....
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Area schools are noting the results of the latest state standardized testing but parents and students won’t see drastic changes in curriculum because of them.  Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation and West Central Corporation followed the state trend of lower achievement levels in both...
Renovations at the Monterey-Tippecanoe Public Library have made the space a little brighter and more energy efficient.
Monterey-Tippecanoe Public Library Director Renita Pothoff has seen a lot of changes happen to the library during her 45 years of working there.  She’s seen an addition being built and technology being incorporated along with too many book titles to name. Of the changes the newest renovations to...
Francesville Town Council members have approved to increase the rent of EMS that is using a part of the town hall as a second location in the county.  The council discussed creating a contract, during a previous meeting, but wanted more information from the town attorney, Justin Schramm, before...
Doors that are more than 40 years will soon be replaced at the West Central Elementary School through a local match and the Secured School Safety Grant program.
Pulaski County schools will be receiving $110,099 in grant funding for future projects, all for the use of school safety.  The Indiana Secured School Board recently approved more than $19 million in matching state grant funds as part of the Secured School Safety Grant program (SSSG). With the...
 
 

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