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County assessor Holly Van Der Aa is reminding taxpayers (business owners, individual entrepreneurs and farmers) it is that time of year to file personal property forms. Forms can be obtained from the assessor’s office or online through www.IN.Gov/dlgf. Indiana is a self-assessment state, thus,...
Pulaski County Commissioners approved to move forward with vacating a road as safety concerns are raised. During a regular meeting on Monday, commissioner Terry Young requested the county vacate CR 1150 W., between CR 900 S. and CR 1000 S. He said the road is not worth it and continues to cost the...
After more than four years, the Safe Routes to School project is not just being talked about but will soon be constructed. The Town of Winamac, in partnership with the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation, applied for and received a Safe Routes to School grant from the Indiana Department of...
Communication officers are the unseen voice heard on the scanner as emergency responders are called to action. Many times they are the only connection a person has until help arrives. They are trained to stay calm and in radio broadcasting procedures and emergency medical dispatching. Because many...
With Pulaski County’s selection as one of the six Indiana communities to be part of the new Hometown Collaboration Initiative (HCI), local residents are urged to share their thoughts on the key strengths and challenges of the county. Residents are encouraged to weigh in on three major topics: (1)...
Taking a few minutes to fill out a grant application in hopes of helping a nonprofit organization was rewarded on Saturday. Jean Ann Fox, of Pulaski County, nominated the Van Buren Township Volunteer Fire Department because she wanted to thank them for their countless hours of service. “These brave...
A new member is being welcomed to the Pulaski County Journal and The Independent staff starting Monday, April 13. The staff at the papers are excited to welcome Beth Grund as the new sales representative. Grund is a Winamac Community High School graduate and attended Purdue University for...
Two bids were received and opened by the Town of Medaryville on March 26. During the bid opening, the bids of $880,000 and $718,000 were opened. The bids were not approved, but will be reviewed and a recommendation will be made to the town council by the McMahon Group, an engineering, architecture...
As state officials react to the public health emergency in Scott County due to an outbreak of HIV, local health departments are watching and waiting for instruction. On Friday, state health officials reported a total of 81 HIV positive tests which includes 74 confirmed and seven preliminary cases...
A special meeting has been set by the Monterey Town Council after two matters were voiced during a regular meeting on March 11. Town councilwoman Chris Fox and council president Jim Fleury decided to schedule the meeting for March 25 at 7 p.m. after an issue of flooding was brought to their...

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