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Work on the new Winamac Police Department is being done by town employees who have made a lot of progress in the last few months.
       The Winamac Police Department could see an addition of officers as town marshal Mike Buchanan looks into a reserve program.  Buchanan approached the town council for a second time about the idea during a regular council meeting on Monday, July 10. The idea was first brought to the attention...
Crystal Brucker Kocher
       Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Daniel Murphy will soon be looking for a new chief deputy as the current one will be soon referred to as “your honor.”  Governor Eric Holcomb announced on Friday the appointment of Pulaski County Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Crystal Brucker Kocher as...
As the Pulaski County Election Board worked out the 2018 budget at a recent work session, they also took into consideration the increase in early voters and the possibility of a new early voting location.  Election board members Jon Frain, Laura Bailey and Christi Hoffa, who is also the Pulaski...
(Center) Regan Culp was pleasantly surprised and honored that she was named the 2017 Ultimate Livestock Showman.
Regan Culp has had an amazing end to her 4-H tenure. Not only did she receive several awards and scholarships but she also earned one of the highest honors a Pulaski County 4-H member can receive — the Ultimate Livestock Showman title.  Culp, who is the daughter of Dan and Melissa Culp, earned her...
The Pulaski County Justice Center could soon house federal inmates that will bring revenue into the sheriff's budget.
Pulaski County Sheriff Jeff Richwine had positive news for the Pulaski County Council Monday evening.  Richwine has been working to establish the jail as a location that can house federal inmates.  It was estimated that the jail could hold about 20 federal inmates. Richwine said housing the federal...
The West Central School Board is looking at ways to better secure the buildings while also creating a better use of space as they are moving forward with a building project.  The school board learned about tentative plans on the redesigning of the school entrances and the utilization of space in...
Shania Hartmann, Rachel Ploss, Ethan Shannon and Kassi Dahn were named to the 4-H Royalty Court. John Rumsey and Andriana Smith were named the 4-H Royalty King and Queen.
The 4-H Royalty said they were surprised to be named royalty and they will wear the honor proudly.  On Saturday to kick off the fair, the 4-H Royalty and court were named during the 4-H and Community Fair Achievement Program. This year, John Rumsey and Andriana Smith received the honors.  Rumsey...
Warning tape was hung in the Pulaski Circuit Court to warn visitors that the ceiling is falling. The tape will soon be removed because of a jury trial. The temporary fix is to knock the loose portions of the ceiling down.
A falling ceiling and the lack of an elevator are causing complications for the Pulaski Circuit Court that could cause problems later. Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn told the commissioners on Monday that the recent hanging of warning tape in the courtroom won’t solve the problem of the...
2016 Miss Pulaski County Jessica Wagner and 2017 Miss Indiana State Fair Beccca Lax congratulated the 2017 Miss Pulaski County Queen winners who are third runner-up Addison Roudebush, first runner-up and Miss People’s Choice Rachel Ploss, second runner-up Sara Bailey and Miss Pulaski County and Miss Congeniality Maddie Ruff.
“That’s my sister” could be heard from the audience as 2017’s Miss Pulaski County was announced on Sunday night.  For most sisters that announcement could be a major embarrassment, but for Miss Pulaski County Maddie Ruff, it comes with being her.  Ruff, who was also crowned Miss Congeniality for...

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