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The courthouse renovation project is slowly taking some steps forward. The Pulaski County Commissioners were advised at a regular meeting on Jan.17 that office space assignments and furniture selections are turning the corner. Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director...
Several matters came before the Winamac Town Council at their January meeting at the beginning of the month, including a tax abatement for Standard Properties Inc. and Pulaski County Community Development Commission (CDC) Executive Director Nathan Origer's proposed restructuring of the CDC. First,...
The West Central board of finance reconvened before their first regular meeting of the year on January 5 and reviewed several matters including depositories, current investments and the corporation's financial report. As for the depositories for the year, the board unanimously agreed to designate...
The Eastern Pulaski board of finance met on Monday, Jan. 9 to reconvene its members and to review the corporation's finances ahead of the new year. Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Treasurer Stefanie Grandstaff gave an overview of the district's finances. She first reviewed the...
The demolition of the original Bane-Welker building on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
The main Bane-Welker Equipment building located at 2686 US 35 in Winamac was demolished starting on Tuesday, Jan. 17 and concluding on Wednesday, Jan. 18. A new store has already been built next to where the old building once stood. According to a press release distributed by Bane-Welker, President...
Toy and collectible lovers of all ages appreciated all of the items brought into the show on Sunday.
Visitors of all ages and places enjoyed the 34th annual Northern Indiana Power From the Past Farm Toy Show at Winamac Elementary School on Sunday, Jan. 15. The show has been on hiatus for the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic and this year it was evident that visitors were eager to get...
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The Winamac Police Department will be adding a Ford F150 Lightning to their fleet hopefully in the spring thanks to a majority vote from the Winamac Town Council on Monday, Jan. 9. Campbell highlighted that the truck is completely electric and goes from zero to 60 in four seconds. The vehicle could...
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The Pulaski County Council discussed several matters at their January 9 session, including the differences between state and federal mileage rates and passed a preliminary resolution to consider establishing an economic revitalization area (ERA) and a tax abatement for a proposed expansion at the...
Board member Jeff Lowry congratulated Envee Echterling-Grandchamp for being the West Central Elementary School student of the month.
The West Central school board approved the technology staffing agreement with Laffoon and Associates and formally recognized the students of the month at a regular school board meeting on January 5. Laffoon and Associates is an IT company that has been assisting the corporation in light of their...
Corporation treasurer Stefanie Grandstaff conducted the swearing-in ceremony for school board members Joe Cunningham, Tim Rausch and Aaron Campbell during a regular board meeting on Jan. 9.
During their first meeting of the year, the Eastern Pulaski school board heard from several individuals during public comment on their opinions about whether staff should be allowed to display pride flags in their classrooms. The board heard from six teachers, one former teacher, one student and...

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