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Cameron Bennington will be Winamac Community High School’s new head boys’ basketball coach.
New boys basketball coach Cameron Bennington was one of the many employments that were approved at a recent regular Eastern Pulaski school board meeting held on Monday, May 9. Bennington will take the role of head varsity boys' basketball coach as well as social studies and P.E. teacher for Winamac...
The Francesville Town Council recently reviewed their annual utility fund report with Amber Nielsen of Baker Tilly and it appears that the town is on a good track. As for the results of the sewer report, overall the receipts are greater than the dispersements, meaning that the town is seeing...
Indiana's primary election day was on Tuesday, May 3 and approximately 21% of Pulaski County's registered voters turned out to have their voices heard. The number is slightly down from the previous two election cycles in 2020 and 2018. In 2020, which did include a presidential race, 31.03% of the...
Vendors of all kinds lined the roads, selling handmade artwork or hosting free activities such as coloring.
A public celebration of the arrival of spring and the refresh of the west side of the Winamac Town Park was recently held by the Pulaski County Tribe (PCT), a Pulaski County based nonprofit organization. Saturday's event featured free hands-on children's activities, art displays, a live mural by...
As this school year nears to a close West Central is already making preparations for next year. During a regular meeting on Thursday, May 5 the West Central school board took action on a technology acceptable use policy, math textbook adoption and on a needed welding shop HVAC replacement. In...
Despite the possibility of some delays due to the passage of a recent partial change order, construction on the justice center project continues to move along.
A portion of a large justice center change order was recently approved by the Pulaski County Commissioners at a regular meeting on Monday, May 2. The action pushes the overall project construction back slightly from originally anticipated. With the approval of the new change order, the project is...
Josh Burgess (left) will be Winamac Community High School’s new head varsity football coach and Tony Stesiak (right) is taking the reins as head varsity girls’ basketball coach. Burgess and Stesiak both shared what their visions were for their respective programs.
Josh Burgess and Tony Stesiak were unanimously approved to be named the new head varsity football coach and head varsity girls basketball coach at a special Eastern Pulaski school board meeting on Monday, April 25. Burgess said he plans to continue to build the program with summer workouts as well...
In light of the heated discussion that took place at last month's meeting, the Medaryville Police Department is now cracking down more strictly on any trash or abandoned vehicle violations in town. Medaryville town marshal Cody Foust informed the council at a regular meeting on Thursday, April 21,...
Lined up and ready to "Play Ball." Teams wait with anticipation for the season to begin.
The Warrior Youth League recently celebrated the joyous occasion that is opening day. 
Four County Counseling Chief Executive Officer Dr. Carrie Cadwell and Chief Clinical Officer Nicole Hiatt-Drang presented their annual report, citing both the statistics and the desired goals for the next year. Cadwell stated that despite the pandemic, Four County has been able to actually grow its...

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