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Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation, along with Culver Community School Corporation and Rochester School Corporation locked down the buildings following a general threat made to area schools. As per precautions at EPCSC, superintendent Dan Foster called it a soft lockdown with all the...
Several inches of snow caused a bit of discussion at a regular Pulaski County Commissioners’ meeting on Monday. During the meeting, commissioners talked about plowing snow, creating a snow delay for some employees and what to do when highway signs are hit. As the meeting started, highway...
Medaryville council members are preparing a lease agreement or memorandum of understanding with the Medaryville baseball program as the town has newly acquired the baseball field. During a regular meeting on Jan. 21, council members were informed on how the baseball program and the American Legion...
Pulaski County Sheriff Jeff Richwine gave Francesville Town Councilmen a little direction as they try to decide if they want to hire a new town marshal. During a regular meeting on Jan. 19, councilmen Andy Durham and Kyle Trent discussed what would be the best option for the town to take in regards...
Winamac residents are being encouraged to complete the income survey sent to them by the Town of Winamac, sooner than later, as it is needed for a grant application process. Water customers should have recently received an income study that asks some basic financial questions about households. The...
Pulaski County will soon begin to capitalize on its community assets, as the county has been named a finalist in the Hometown Collaboration Initiative. The Hometown Collaboration Initiative (HCI) that is administered by the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs in partnership with Ball...
  Pulaski County Sheriff Jeff Richwine gave Francesville Town Councilmen a little direction as they try to decide if they want to hire a new town marshal. During a regular meeting on Jan. 19, councilmen Andy Durham and Kyle Trent discussed what would be the best option for the town to take in...
A number of emergency transfers were approved by the Pulaski County Council after several errors were caught at the end of the year. Auditor Shelia Garling requested that the county council approve emergency transfers for the year end and revise the salary and wage ordinance. She said mistakes were...
Winamac council members didn’t waste time appointing the new town manager during a regular meeting on Monday. During the meeting, councilman Richard Denney nominated Brad Zellers as the new town manager. The motion was approved but not without opposition from councilwoman Judy Heater. Zellers will...
Approving a couple of ordinances and resolutions to start the new year was the work of the Winamac Town Council on Dec. 30. During a special session, councilmen approved two ordinances regarding employees’ salaries, a resolution regarding end-of-the-year transfers, and a resolution to honor council...

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