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On Nov. 25, Pulaski County Public Library Trustees spent time listening to the concerns of several individuals who were both for and against the Medaryville branch library closing.
Pulaski County Public Library board trustees spent time during a regular meeting on Nov. 25 listening to an audience of concerns regarding the Medaryville branch library closing.  Those in the audience were given two to three minutes to voice their opinion. The library did allow for Susan Bergens...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation is celebrating not only the initial success of the Warrior Academy but also the announcement that it has been approved by the state.  The corporation has been working the last several months on establishing funding for the Warrior Academy including...
Decking the streets in the downtown areas and along Monticello Street (U.S. 35) has been a tradition of the Town of Winamac for numerous years, but this year the lights are shining brighter.  The holiday lights that shine on the corridor of Monticello Street from Spring Street to Jefferson Street...
Christi Hoffa
Christi Hoffa has been named the new Pulaski County Clerk and will take office the first of the year.  Current county clerk Tasha Foerg recently announced that she would be resigning from the elected position because she is moving with her family. She will finish the third year of her term. ...
As Pulaski County Commissioners were receiving an update on the progress of a potential industrial park on the west side of the county, they were also setting the record straight.  On Monday, during a regular meeting, Pulaski  County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer...
Pulaski County Council members approved a new position and an increase in wages but not without opposition during a regular meeting on Monday.  Councilwoman Alex Haschel questioned the wage issues. She said it bothers her that people are being hired without the council knowing anything about it. ...
Those who helped with the Medaryville voting poll included Kathi Thompson, voting inspector Pat Tiede, Pam Nielsen and Marilynn Tkalec.
Medaryville voters appear to be looking for change as they have voted for two new town council members.  On Nov. 3, the voters were given the opportunity to cast their approval for three of six candidates that included incumbent Carolyn Hager (R), Raymond L. Saltsman Sr. (R), Suzanna J. Wilcoxon (R...
Plans to clean Indian Creek are in full swing again after facing several delays. The original petition to clean the ditch began in 2002. The project had just started to flow in 2003 when it was held up in court. The project has since been through court twice. “This is our fourth time restarting...
Pulaski County Animal Control Officer John Kleinofen warns pet owners that a case of distemper has been reported in the southwest part of the county. On Oct. 20, Kleinofen said he received a call of a property owner who saw raccoons that appeared to have distemper, a virus that is highly contagious...
Planning for Winter Wonderland is on schedule but some changes will be made including where the vendors are located and an enhanced focus on businesses. During a meeting on Oct. 21, chamber director Angie Anspach said the booths and crafts will be located in the Eastern Pulaski Elementary School...

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