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BraunAbility continues its voluntary response efforts to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus and will suspend its Winamac-based manufacturing operations through May 11. The proactive decision is due to both decreased product demand and the surge of positive cases reported in neighboring counties...
As the number of COVID-19 cases increase in the county and surrounding counties, county and town officials are looking at ways to help keep the public safe without trying to enforce too many restrictions.  One way of doing this was to implement an order or an ordinance that advises the public to...
Pulaski County Commissioners have ordered that residents must wear masks while in public and visiting businesses. The order is in effect on May 1. If residents are not wearing masks they can be cited with a Class B misdemeanor.
TM Construction has begun construction on the new addition to the Pulaski County EMS headquarters in Winamac. The project could be completed by the end of next month.
After more than a year of work and waiting, the addition to the Pulaski County EMS headquarters building has begun.  EMS director Brandon DeLorenzo recently informed county officials that the foundation has been poured and the addition construction has begun.  Talk regarding an addition or change...
COVID-19 has arrived in Pulaski County and the number of cases jumped in just a few days.  As of Monday afternoon, the Indiana State Department of Health reported 18 positive cases in the county. The number jumped substantially last week as testing continued and more than 149 people were tested. ...
Trying to find things to do at home can be a bit of a problem since Gov. Holcomb ordered everyone to stay there.  The stay at home order has caused many to resort to doing things they haven’t been able to do in a while such as go for a walk and prepare to plant a garden. They have also been reading...
Members of the Town of Winamac council met by phone Monday evening, April 13, for a regular meeting but also to discuss whether to continue with the current safety measures because of COVID-19.    On March 23, the council approved to shut the doors to the town office but continue to run business as...
Pulaski County Commissioners approved to extend the temporary workforce reduction for two more weeks following Gov. Holcomb’s lead.  The commissioners met at a regular meeting Monday morning to discuss a few county items of business and also discuss whether all employees should go back to work. ...
Medaryville Town Council members discussed the COVID-19 safety measures that are being taken by town employees.  The council members gathered for a regular meeting on April 16 by phone.  Town maintenance manager Keith Hauptli said he and maintenance assistant Steve Foust are not entering homes and...
The spring installments of the property tax bills have been sent to taxpayers and are due on May 11.  Because of COVID-19, the treasurer’s office is closed to the public but property tax bills are still due. The bills were sent on April 13 and while the spring tax due date has not been extended, an...

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