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Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn has increased the hours the courthouse will be open due to an increase in the workload.  On Friday, Shurn ordered the work hours for the circuit court to increase on a temporary basis because of the increase in cases. That increase was created when Crystal...
The Winamac Town Council is causing a tidal wave of emotion as they decided to put a hold on the future building of the proposed community pool.  During a special meeting on Oct. 4, the council approved to not proceed with the building of a pool until the town can financially maintain it. The vote...
Numerous teachers, former students and community members who were concerned about the future of teacher and varsity basketball coach Kyle Johnson gathered in the Winamac Community Middle and High School Library during a regular school board meeting Monday evening.
A library full of people were in attendance during a regular Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board meeting Monday evening in anticipation of a decision being made in regards to the employment of a teacher and varsity basketball coach.  On Sept. 19, Kyle Johnson was arrested for...
On Sept. 28, the Pulaski Health Foundation held a site dedication for the future assisted living center that will be built on U.S. 35 in Winamac. The health foundation honored the couple, (center sitting) Kenneth and Phyllis Gardner, that helped the project along during the site dedication.
The vision of an assisted living center in Winamac is one step closer to becoming a reality with a little help from a local couple.  An assisted living center in Winamac has been the vision of the board members of the Pulaski Health Foundation for sometime but where the facility would be located...
All night long, Ethan Rogers ran through and over the West Central defense.
It’s Week 7 of the high school football season and coaches would like to think most of the team’s mistakes are in the rear view mirrors. Friday night in Francesville the first half between the Trojans and visiting Winamac Warriors looked more like a scrimmage than an actual football game.  The two...
Concerns of semis traveling through the town of Medaryville and causing damage to the roads has the council approving an ordinance regulating truck routes.  During a regular meeting on Sept. 20, the council approved an ordinance governing the use of town highways and streets by trucks. The...
The Francesville Town Council continues to see frustrations with the wastewater disinfection system upgrade at the lagoons.  During a town council meeting on Sept. 18, the council was informed that the project is rolling along but an extension of time might be needed to meet the grant deadlines. ...
One of the first stops for Fagner was at a staff shelter in Austin, Texas. She was later moved to a shelter in Beaumont.
Local Red Cross volunteer Sherry Fagner will soon be visiting the U.S. Virgin Islands but not like she ideally pictured.  Fagner left Tuesday morning with a team of Red Cross volunteers to the islands as part of the recovery process after the destruction of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.  Fagner...
The closing of the courthouse doors and whether they are properly locked was called into question during the Pulaski County Commissioners’ meeting Monday morning.  Pulaski County Maintenance Director Jeff Johnston said there has been an issue with the basement doors of the courthouse being locked...
A petition to change the Winamac golf cart ordinance, and a suggestion by the town manager to change the same ordinance, was taken under advisement by the town council on Sept. 11.  The town council meeting began with public comment that addressed issues regarding rezoning of property, the Winamac...

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