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Justin Haley took to the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth last Friday night looking to add to his playoff points standings in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and came away with a locked-in position for the Championship 4 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Haley would come in to...
Town of Winamac employees will be receiving a raise in 2019 but not without some discussion by the council members.  Town council members gathered to open a construction bid on Tuesday, Oct. 30, but they also discussed some business that needed to be addressed before the end of the year. Clerk-...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation School Board is under a bit of pressure as time ticks away in regards to filling a vacant seat.  The resignation of a board member has caused a vacancy on the Eastern Pulaski community school board and board members have 30 days to fill the seat....
Pulaski County voters are following a state trend this election with many participating in early voting.  Across the state news media outlets have reported that early voting is setting record-breaking stats. Voters are casting their ballots early and the numbers are higher than usual for a...
The emergency management agency office has been moved to the west county annex building on Main street. Items are slowly being moved into the building.
Two county departments are getting new offices and one office is slowly moving in.  Pulaski County Maintenance Director Jeff Johnston and the maintenance crew have been working with different contractors to improve the old Masonic Lodge at the northeast corner of Franklin and Main streets. The...
A call of a burglary in progress led to the arrest of two Monticello people on Oct. 12.  Mark Palladino, 56, and Talitha Beckley, 36, were arrested on several charges after police found them in a residence that wasn’t their own. The two were later charged with burglary, possession of...
Final adjustments are being made to the courthouse elevator this month. The elevator will remain locked until the state inspection. Once the elevator passes inspection and is functional, the county commissioners’ meetings and county council meetings will again be held in the courthouse commissioners’ chambers.
County officials are planning for the courthouse elevator to be in use the first of November, right on schedule. County maintenance director Jeff Johnston announced the elevator will be open after the state has inspected the equipment and his hope is that it will be done before the next month. The...
U.S. Air Force Reserve Capt. Richard W. Podell, missing from the Vietnam War, has now been identified. On June 9, 1967, Capt. Richard W. Podell, a navigator, along with two pilots, and three aircrew members assigned to 29th Troop Carrier Squadron, 463rd Troop Carrier Wing, 7th Air Force were flying...
A former Pulaski County EMS director has been charged with six felonies as part of a much larger investigation that involves more than a dozen public officials.  On Oct. 11, U.S. Attorney Josh Minkle announced that 15 people including former Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry were charged...
Following exceptional runs at the Culver Academy cross-country regional, Kate Collins and Ryan Huggler will represent Winamac at the New Prairie semi state Saturday.
Runners invaded Culver Academy Saturday morning for the cross-county regional to take on a challenging and muddy course thanks to a Friday night downpour. Winamac came up short of its goal of advancing its boys and girls teams to the cross-country semi-state at New Prairie but did see Kate Collins...

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