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It appears the Pulaski County Health Department is discouraging trick-or-treating but it comes at a time when the state has reopened.  On Sept. 26, the state gave the green light to fully open while still following CDC guidelines and also wearing masks. The opening has caused some discussion as...
Two appeals have been filed regarding the board of zoning appeals’ decision to allow an exception for a solar panel farm as several plaintiffs are seeking an administrative review.  The appeals were filed on Sept. 22 against the Pulaski County Commissioners, Mammoth Solar, Global Energy Generation...
The life of every newborn is precious. Sadly, some with certain disorders may look and act healthy, but have invisible medical conditions that can cause serious illness, developmental delays, disability or even death. Thanks to newborn screenings, more than 50 disorders can be detected, providing...
The Pulaski County Commissioners are approving to spend about $187,000 in funding that they hope to get reimbursed by the state.  The decision to spend the funding was made Monday morning during a regular commissioners’ meeting. Councilwoman Kathi Thompson spoke with the commissioners about the...
The Winamac shelter house and restrooms are now open to the public after several months of anticipation.
The Winamac shelter house and restrooms are now open in the main park but work is still pending in regards to the whole project.  The shelter and restroom project has been underway since February when the old structure was demolished. The new structure was recently opened to the public but still...
The mass mailing included two applications for absentee ballots by mail.
Some Pulaski County residents are receiving absentee ballot applications that they didn’t ask for and it’s becoming a bit of a snafu for voters.  Pulaski County Clerk JoLynn Behny said it has been brought to the attention of the election board that a mass mailing has happened regarding absentee...
Several pickleball players attended the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board meeting on Sept. 3 to ask that the tennis court be turned into a permanent pickleball court.
Several individuals attended the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board meeting Sept. 3 to voice their wants in regards to another permanent pickleball court.  Pat Larkin was one of a handful of people who spoke on behalf of the pickleball players. Larkin said the group is willing to pay for the nets...
An Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs grant may soon be helping small businesses in Pulaski County.  Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) recently announced that Pulaski County was one of 42 rural Hoosier communities to receive federal...
Winamac’s Justin Haley stands in Daytona International Speedway Victory Lane after his Kaulig Racing team dominated Friday night’s 250-mile NASCAR Xfinity race. The three-car team would see Haley win the first stage with teammate Ross Chastain second. Teammate AJ Allmendinger won the second stage...
With questions about the postal system and the primary election making history with changes, many are questioning what will happen with the general election.  Pulaski County Clerk JoLynn Behny said the current plan is for the general election to run the same as it has in the past. She said the...

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