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Francesville Town Council members have voiced their opinions and being umpires between baseball leagues is not what they want.  Council members heard from two baseball leagues, during a regular meeting on March 5, regarding concerns they have for the upcoming season.   David Allen, who was...
As the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board continues to discuss improving the town park, other groups are wanting to spruce up the fairgrounds.  4-H Jr. Leaders talked with parks board members regarding the planter that welcomes visitors to the 4-H fairgrounds during a regular parks board meeting on...
700 N. west of Monterey on Feb. 23.
Pulaski County is one of 26 other counties in the state where an emergency declaration has been made.  Because of heavy rain that began Feb. 15, rivers and ditches began to overflow causing major damage and major flooding in numerous counties across the state. Although the southern part of the...
Renovations to the West Central School Corporation buildings will begin during spring break — weather permitting.  During a regular meeting on March 1, superintendent Don Street briefed school board members about the bond closing on the project and the preconstruction meeting schedule.  Street said...
Winamac Town Council members have chosen the next police chief and also decided to hire a new officer.  Winamac Police Department Sgt. Mark Hoffman will be the next chief of police and Alec Berger will be the rookie of the department after a special meeting of the council held on Feb. 19.   All of...
Medaryville council members are looking at saving money and dismissing one engineering company for another is the start of it.  Council members held a special session before a regular session on Feb. 21. During the special session, council members discussed a new water tower with Commonwealth...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Board has approved to spend more than $2 million on the asphalt and concrete project that could begin as soon as next month.  The decision was made during a special meeting held Monday evening to spend $2,371,025 to replace and repair almost all the concrete and...
Pulaski County commissioners and council members are discussing the possibility of moving some of the county offices to offer better security and safety to employees. Currently, the basement of the justice center is used for storage, a small training area for police officers, a morgue and the information technology department office.
Security at the Pulaski County Courthouse has been a topic of discussion for public officials during the past couple of years but little has been done to address the issue.  What has been done involves a lot of ideas of how the courthouse could be better secured but those ideas haven’t been...
Winamac Police Chief Mike Buchanan announced that his retirement will be effective July 1.
Winamac Police Chief Mike Buchanan announced he will soon be retiring during a regular Winamac Town Council meeting Feb. 12.  Buchanan announced that his retirement will be effective July 1.  Buchanan suggested the council begin to think about hiring another officer, especially if the council...

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