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Portions of roadway surrounding the collapsed building in downtown Monterey were recently closed due to an increase in safety hazards.
With a new building inspector recently appointed, the Monterey Town Council called for his assistance in regards to the downtown collapsed building.  According to Monterey Town Councilman Doug Denton, Pulaski County Building Inspector Doug Hoover recently viewed the collapsed Sportsman’s Bar and...
The Conn family has attended the annual Snowball Auction and Golf Scramble since 1993. Chris Short said each year it is in memory of her son Jason.
Golfers in snow boots, scarves and gloves were also adorned with smiles and laughs as they tried their skills during the 30th annual Snowball Golf Scramble on Sunday.  Approximately 100 golfers, who made up 19 teams, took the nine-hole course with a laid-back ease as they waited to play the next...
Pulaski County Public Library Medaryville Branch will soon be the new Pulaski County Human Services site for the west side of the county.
Pulaski County Public Library has formalized an agreement for Pulaski County Human Services (PCHS) to relocate its Medaryville program to the former library building (West Side Center). By doing so, the library will continue to provide resources and limited services at the West Side Center building...
After several months of deciding whether a frost law would benefit Pulaski County, the commissioners have decided to try an advisory.  During a regular meeting, commissioner president Terry Young read an advisory regarding frost guidelines.  The commissioners had proposed that the county would...
No decisions were made regarding seven trash ordinance violations in the Town of Medaryville, during a regular meeting on Feb. 17.  Town council members were to review the violations and decide what the next step is in each of those cases, such as whether to issue a fine.  Instead the conversation...
A heated discussion, during the last commissioners’ meeting, between them and a county employee led one commissioner to publicly address what happened.  During the commissioners’ meeting on Feb. 1, disagreements regarding Indiana law and the county Unified Development Ordinance ensued because the...
Pulaski Superior Court Judge Patrick Blankenship took his time accepting the guilty plea of former chief deputy coroner Tracy Rossman on Feb. 16.  Rossman, 42, Winamac, pleaded guilty to the charge of official misconduct during an entry of plea hearing.  Rossman was accused of official misconduct...
A plan commission meeting on Monday settled the issue of whether the commission can appoint an administrator.  During the meeting, the members of the commission approved Pulaski County Building Inspector Doug Hoover as the administrator without any objection.  Board member Darrin Wagner opened the...
The Town of Francesville has been talking about generators for the last few meetings and on Monday night they approved to purchase one. The decision to purchase a new generator was made because of a recent ice storm that left the area without power for more than 24 hours. During the storm, one of...
After much chastising from the Monterey Town Council during a regular meeting, they decided to let bids on the upgrading of the wastewater treatment plant and sewer system project.  On Feb. 10, Monterey council members met with representatives from Commonwealth Engineering and Kankakee-Iroquois...

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