Ken McFarland, representing the American Legion, was the master of ceremonies during the Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 11, 2015.
News of the passing of the Winamac Town Council President Ken McFarland, who has served the community most of his life in various capacities, has many locals reminiscing.  
More than 42 pilots were expected to join the flights during the Jets Over the Heartland. Pilots arrived on Thursday and stayed until Saturday. The roar of the turbine engines announced their arrival in Winamac.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members toured the construction that is happening at the schools after a regular school board meeting on Monday. The first area board members discussed was the new high school office.
With an increasing amount of paperwork and regulations changing for nutritional guidelines, the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation approved to hire a director of food services. 
One person was unable to escape the fire and another was injured in a house in the 200 west block of Yellow Street in Francesville.
A house fire in Francesville claimed the life of one man and caused injuries to another on June 9. 
After a year of looking at an eyesore, Monterey residents are seeing the collapsed portion of the Sportsman’s Bar and Grill cleaned up.
Monterey residents are waiting to see what happens next as they watched the collapsed downtown building be cleaned up last week. 
Ken McFarland, representing the American Legion, was the master of ceremonies during the Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 11, 2015.
More than 42 pilots were expected to join the flights during the Jets Over the Heartland. Pilots arrived on Thursday and stayed until Saturday. The roar of the turbine engines announced their arrival in Winamac.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members toured the construction that is happening at the schools after a regular school board meeting on Monday. The first area board members discussed was the new high school office.
One person was unable to escape the fire and another was injured in a house in the 200 west block of Yellow Street in Francesville.
After a year of looking at an eyesore, Monterey residents are seeing the collapsed portion of the Sportsman’s Bar and Grill cleaned up.
A 21-gun salute is fired to honor the nation’s fallen on Memorial Day.
The Pulaski County Community Development Commission is seeing the hard work of the community come together as the proposed project for the Hometown Collaboration Initiative has been approved.  Community development commission executive director Nathan Origer recently announced that the proposed...
Although the Spirit of Pulaski County will not be held during its usual time of the year, the festivities will go on.  During a regular chamber meeting, Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce Director Angie Anspach updated the chamber board members as to when the festival will be occurring.  “We are...
As the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board continues to move forward and plan for the future, a discussion of creating an advisory council was held.  During a regular meeting on June 16, park board members discussed  the benefits of an advisory council. Boardman Chris Schramm said he has spoken with...
More than 42 pilots were expected to join the flights during the Jets Over the Heartland. Pilots arrived on Thursday and stayed until Saturday. The roar of the turbine engines announced their arrival in Winamac.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
Ken McFarland, representing the American Legion, was the master of ceremonies during the Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 11, 2015.
News of the passing of the Winamac Town Council President Ken McFarland, who has served the community most of his life in various capacities, has many locals reminiscing.   McFarland, who was recently elected to the town council in 2015, was known by many to have the interest of Winamac at heart. ...
Residents questioning the town ordinance violations continue to top the agenda for the Medaryville Town Council meetings.  On June 15, during a regular meeting, the council heard from more residents regarding the recent violations the town has issued.  One resident asked to make payments on the...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members toured the construction that is happening at the schools after a regular school board meeting on Monday. The first area board members discussed was the new high school office.
With an increasing amount of paperwork and regulations changing for nutritional guidelines, the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation approved to hire a director of food services.  Superintendent Dan Foster said currently the school corporation doesn’t have one person to oversee the food...
A regular commissioners’ meeting Monday evening turned into a spatting of words with the commissioners.  During the meeting, commissioner Bud Krohn Jr. exchanged some heated discussion with Pulaski County Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer and also fellow commissioner Larry...
The Winamac Town Council will begin metering the fire department for water use as the town attempts to find out why the water loss is so high.  During a regular town council meeting on June 13, council members approved to purchase a meter for the fire department.  Water and street superintendent...
Monterey Town Council members continue to slowly move forward with the sewer upgrade project as they resubmit new paperwork to the Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA).  Shawn Cain, a Kankakee-Iroquois Regional Planning Commission (KIRPC) grant administrator, said there has to be a change...
 
 

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