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A request to increase the compensation of the fire department chief, secretary and treasurer is being taken under advisement by the Francesville Town Council after a meeting on Dec. 21.  During the regular meeting, fire department board president Dan Koebcke said the department held its election...
Pulaski County EMS has some positive news after some rocky issues earlier this year with losing employees.  Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry said the department currently has enough staff for a third vehicle to run.    “We have been busy. We have been very, very busy — a lot of critical...
After the superintendent contract was advertised and a public hearing was held, the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members again gave their approval of Dan Foster.  During a special meeting on Dec. 21, the board approved his contract that is valid through June 20, 2019, with no...
Pulaski County will be seeing a new face in the recorder’s office after a Republican caucus on Dec. 10.  Susan Fox, who was one of two people to file for the position after current recorder Christi Hoffa was chosen to finish the term of county clerk. The clerk position will change the first of the...
The Medaryville Town Council is determined to see cleaner yards in the town as they are reviewing the trash ordinance and deciding what the next step is.  Town councilman Robert Schultz started the trash talk as he asked town marshal Brian Gaillard for a status report during a regular council...
The year-long celebration in anticipation of the 200th anniversary next year of President James Madison signing the act admitting Indiana as the 19th State of the Union began on Dec. 11.  Winamac joined the celebration with the raising of the flag honoring the bicentennial anniversary and reading a...
The Francesville Town Council is looking to save money after they received a letter regarding new late bill fees.  During a regular meeting on Dec. 7, clerk-treasurer Linda Bennett said she received a letter from Family Express in regards to new fees. The new late fee that becomes effective at the...
Pulaski County Sheriff Jeff Richwine voiced his frustration towards the county council as he defended why the employees of the sheriff’s office deserve a raise during a county council meeting on Dec. 14. “To say that I am disappointed is an understatement. I have been in front of you six times now...
A pilot program plan regarding urban chickens has been given to the Winamac Town Council members who have been discussing the issue over the last couple months.  At a regular meeting, Monday afternoon, the council was given information regarding a pilot urban chicken program by Maggie Czech....

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