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Since Aug. 1, there has been a total of 95 calls for service to the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation. Winamac Police Chief Tyler Campbell said that potentially a School Resource Officer (SRO) could help increase school safety and reduce the number of internal situations. Campbell said that this...
Superintendent Dara Chezem said that the Eastern Pulaski teachers who attended the conference on Conscious Discipline were excited to share what they learned with others.
Twenty-six Eastern Pulaski School Corporation staff members recently attended a conference on "Conscious Discipline" and learned about new ways they can tend to students' social and emotional needs. Superintendent Dara Chezem explained to the Eastern Pulaski school board at a regular meeting on...
2022 4-H Achievement Royalty
Brendan Day and Megan Stimson (front) were honored as 2022 4-H Achievement Royalty. Pictured left to right is the 2022 4-H Achievement Court: Kelsey Conner, Alison Grothaus, McKenzie Mitchell and Aidan Smith.
2022 Miss Pulaski County Kinglsey Kroft and her court
Kingsley Kroft is Miss Pulaski County 2022. She is joined by her court and Miss Pulaski County 2021 Jenna Zeider. First runner-up and People's Choice Award recipient is Mackenzie Wheeler, second runner-up is Kelsey Conner and third runner-up and Miss Congeniality is Veronica Bedwell.
Eastern Pulaski School Corporation is considering whether or not they would like to offer LifeWise Academy classes to grades 1-5. West Central School Corporation has had a fully operational program and facility for one year. The building is located across the street from the corporation.
A decision on LifeWise Academy remains up in the air for the Eastern Pulaski school board as they decided to table the matter at a regular school board meeting on Monday, June 13. If approved for the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation, the program would teach grades 1-5 and would be held in the...
Both the courthouse project and the work release program are continuing to inch forward, but are still in the early stages of development. Currently, the courthouse project is progressing through the design phase, with two drafts of floor plans being presented to both boards. The two potential...
One of the two “slow, children” signs has been put up on Main Street to slow traffic down in town.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department is ramping up its presence in Monterey due to a recent uptick in calls for service. Monterey Town Council President Doug Denton said at a regular town council meeting on Tuesday, June 14 that Detective Chris Schramm was surprised with the amount of calls they...
The Pulaski County Council passed the advertisement of an additional appropriation of funds to make the needed repairs to the Pulaski County Highway Garage roof. The motion was passed unanimously at a regular meeting on Monday, June 13 in the amount of $200,000. Those funds will come out of county...
The Francesville Town Council made the decision to begin the process of raising the water rate at their June 1 meeting in response to House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1002, which removes utility receipt tax. Board member Lynn Johns shared his thoughts on the matter, saying that he believes they should drop...
The Pulaski County Farmers Market sets up in Winamac on Saturdays and in Francesville on Thursdays. Fresh produce, handmade items and the POP Club are a few of the many things offered every week.
The Pulaski County Farmers Market returns for yet another season. The market is welcoming both new and returning vendors and encourages youth to participate once again in its Power of Produce (POP) Club. The club was a huge hit last year, with over 100 kids participating in the program. The POP...

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