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.
        A diesel spill cause
See more 4-H photos and stories the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
2016 Pulaski County Lil’ Mister and Miss Jayden Beckner, 6, and Ellie Campbell, 5, were crowned on July 3 during the Pulaski County Fair.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
Miss Pulaski County Fair Queen Jessica Wagner was joined by her court after the judges had a difficult decision to make among the eight outstanding contestants. People’s Choice winner was Braylin Balough, while second runner-up was Tori Howard, first runner-up was Donna Zehner and Miss Congeniality was Maddie Ruff on Sunday, July 3.
A dream came true for Jessica Wagner as she was crowned the 2016 Miss Pulaski County Fair Queen on July 3.  Wagner, 20, has been dreaming about being named the fair queen since she was 8 years old. 
Election board debates how to address new election law
Monterey looks to repair street drains, streets
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.
2016 Pulaski County Lil’ Mister and Miss Jayden Beckner, 6, and Ellie Campbell, 5, were crowned on July 3 during the Pulaski County Fair.
Miss Pulaski County Fair Queen Jessica Wagner was joined by her court after the judges had a difficult decision to make among the eight outstanding contestants. People’s Choice winner was Braylin Balough, while second runner-up was Tori Howard, first runner-up was Donna Zehner and Miss Congeniality was Maddie Ruff on Sunday, July 3.
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...
See more 4-H photos and stories the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
2016 Pulaski County Lil’ Mister and Miss Jayden Beckner, 6, and Ellie Campbell, 5, were crowned on July 3 during the Pulaski County Fair.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
Miss Pulaski County Fair Queen Jessica Wagner was joined by her court after the judges had a difficult decision to make among the eight outstanding contestants. People’s Choice winner was Braylin Balough, while second runner-up was Tori Howard, first runner-up was Donna Zehner and Miss Congeniality was Maddie Ruff on Sunday, July 3.
A dream came true for Jessica Wagner as she was crowned the 2016 Miss Pulaski County Fair Queen on July 3.  Wagner, 20, has been dreaming about being named the fair queen since she was 8 years old.  “This is my third time competing and it’s like ‘finally my dream,’” Wagner said.  Wagner was second...
Two queens will rule the 2016 4-H fair as Peyton Newman and Regan Culp were named the 2016 Royalty. Andriana Smith, Rachel Ploss, Kassi Dahn and Jacob Conner will rule as the court.
See more Pulaski County Fair photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
Four locals, Judy Heater, John Simmermaker, Dan Frain and Dr. Robert Klitzman, who will be part of the Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay visited Indianapolis for a press conference regarding the unveiling of the torch uniforms and a chance to see the torch on June 29.
Fifteen Pulaski County residents are making state history as they will be part of the Indiana Bicentennial Torchbearers this September and October.  On June 29, torchbearers from across the state were invited to meet in Indianapolis for an unveiling of names and the torchbearer uniforms during a...
 
 

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