Francesville

West Central School Board members, Mandy Sharpe, Jonathan Gutwein Jacob Tanner and Dennis Gutwein, were sworn in before the board of finance and regular session on Jan. 7.
West Central School Corporation is looking at various options after the corporation food service director recently resigned.  Superintendent Dan Zylstra informed the school corporation board, on Jan. 7 during a regular meeting, that Jessica Murray has resigned after working for the corporation for...
Francesville residents will still be able to use the recycling carts in town but as of the beginning of the year curbside recycling will no longer be available.
As of the first of the year, Francesville will no longer be offering curbside recycling.  Town council members discussed whether to continue with curbside recycling during a few of the previous meetings as they wanted to see how many people were participating and how much time was being spent on it...
It appears the Pulaski County Health Department is discouraging trick-or-treating but it comes at a time when the state has reopened.  On Sept. 26, the state gave the green light to fully open while still following CDC guidelines and also wearing masks. The opening has caused some discussion as...
Francesville Town Council members are weighing their options as they are facing several issues that can’t be easily fixed.  During a meeting on Aug. 3, the council voiced their frustration on the lack of cooperation from the county and the lack of power they have as a council.  The frustration is...
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Now is a great time to visit the Pulaski County Farmers’ Market in Francesville and Winamac as fresh produce is being sold. Not only do the vendors offer produce but also barbecue sauce, headbands, coffee, honey and cookies. 
Francesville Town Marshal Doug Lee asked to move the police department office in an effort to make it more visible.  Lee spoke with the council during a regular meeting on June 16. He would like to move into another office as the room he is currently using for an office is more of a closet.  Lee...
Pulaski County Election Board members met on June 11 to discuss the steps to officially close the June 2 primary.  As part of the meeting, the board discussed what went well and what improvements need to be made. They also signed off on more than 30 rejected absentee ballots that could not be...
A press release that was posted to social media, June 6, states Pulaski County has had its first COVID-19 related death.  It announced the individual was an adult male, who is older than 60 years old, and was hospitalized as a COVID-19 patient. The statement does not indicate what hospital he was...
Resurfacing on a few streets in Francesville and updating of some water meters will begin after July 11.  Town manager Brad Stevens updated the town council, during a regular meeting on June 1, on when the work will start. The roadwork includes Montgomery Street from the railroad tracks to Market...
This primary election will be noted in history not only for the changes made because of COVID-19 but also as one with the most number of candidates in the last several years.  Voters saw contested races not only at the federal and state level but also locally including District 1 and District 2...

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