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Pulaski County Election Board members closed out the election on Nov. 18 during an election board meeting.  Pulaski County voters turned out in record numbers or about 65% to cast their support which is more than double the amount of registered voters who participated in the primary election or...
Creating a new access point off the river on the east side of the park was discussed by the parks and recreation board. The current access point is too steep to walk up safely.
Winamac Parks and Recreation Board members are preparing for 2021 and several ideas are being discussed.  The board members shared several of their thoughts during a meeting earlier this month. The ideas included finishing projects that are currently underway and a few new ones.  One of the first...
The coroner position could soon be considered a full-time position pending the approval of the county council. Coroner Jon Frain spoke with the commissioners during a meeting Monday morning to update some information and also requested if the coroner position could receive benefits.  There was a...
A few Winamac residents have been experiencing rusty water and the town is working to correct the problem.  The rusty water began when the new town wells began pumping water to the original water plant that was not designed for those wells. When the new well project was underway, the filter at the...
The Pulaski County Commissioners are looking to save money while also getting the word out about Pulaski County attractions.  During a meeting Monday evening, Nov. 2, the commissioners heard from Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan P. Origer on how the county...
Pulaski Memorial Hospital was recently recognized for their commitment to infant and maternal health at the inaugural INspire Hospital of Distinction recognition program.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital was recently recognized by the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA), in partnership with Governor Eric J. Holcomb and State Health Commissioner Kris Box, M.D., FACOG, for their commitment to infant and maternal health at the inaugural INspire Hospital of Distinction...
Maggie Smith finished 47th place at the New Prairie cross-country semi-state.
Winamac runners laced up their shoes Saturday morning at the New Prairie cross-country semi-state with aspirations of moving on to the state finals in Terre Haute. As the smallest participating school, Winamac would go head-to-head against its stiffest competition of the season. The young group of...
The Medaryville Town Council did not hesitate to replace the town marshal as Dave Combs resigned from the position.  At a regular meeting on Oct. 15, council president Suzanna J. Wilcoxon read a statement from former town marshal Dave Combs, who was announcing that he resigned due to the duties of...
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...

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