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All dressed up and ready to start the school year, Eastern Pulaski Elementary School is back in session.
Schools in Pulaski County have begun a new school year and motorists are being reminded of the increase in bus traffic. Drivers should be aware of children in school zones and those who are waiting for their buses especially during the early morning hours. Drivers are reminded that buses make...
More than a year and a half after a fire that destroyed two buildings, the rubble has yet to be removed from one of the lots.
It’s a tale of two Winamac town lots.  Both lots suffered the same fates, but one could now be considered a pleasant view of green, while the other is the nightmare of town officials — an eyesore of rubble and hazards.  Both lots once held businesses but on Saturday, March 4, 2017, at 8:56 a.m.,...
The new members of the Pulaski County Election Board, Patty Sullivan and Jessye Gilley, met for the first time on July 30 for a meeting.
Patty Sullivan and Jessye Gilley met for the first time as Pulaski County Election Board members on July 30. Sullivan and Gilley became the new election board members after Democratic Party Chairman Doug Denton announced on July 9 that Laura Bailey would no longer be representing the party on the...
After receiving numerous applications, the Winamac Community Middle and High schools now have a new assistant principal.  Dr. Eugene “Gene” Sweeney, of Granger, will be the new face that students and staff see in the halls.  Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members approved to...
DuJuan Daniels brought his Super Bowl rings to Winamac for everyone to see up close.
From his humble beginnings in Indianapolis to a national scout for the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, DuJuan Daniels brought words of advice and encouragement to a receptive audience at Roudebush Field. Daniels spent time with the Winamac football team and coaches and then shared his...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation and Winamac Community High School will honor distinguished alumni during a formal recognition ceremony this fall. As part of the ceremonies, the recognized alumni will be invited to speak to students regarding their profession and/or service. The...
A member of the construction crew puts finishing touches on new drywall.
When West Central faculty and students return to school in a few weeks, they will see a noticeable change in the building inside and out. The school cooperation is in the process of finishing a secure entrance and utilization of space project.  Perhaps the most noticeable change will be the...
The Pulaski Superior Court, along with Pulaski Circuit Court, applied and was awarded grant funding in the amount of $44,400 to implement a veterans treatment court here in Pulaski County. Pulaski County courts (superior and circuit) have spent the past year developing and researching problem-...
Police are looking to identify a woman who was involved in an incident at Alliance Bank on Monday, July 16.
Pulaski County Sheriff’s deputies continue to search for the identity of a woman who was recently involved in an incident at a local bank on July 16.  Police responded to what appeared to be an attempted bank robbery on July 16 at the Alliance Bank in Francesville. The alleged suspect had fled the...

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