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Maggie Smith finished 47th place at the New Prairie cross-country semi-state.
Winamac runners laced up their shoes Saturday morning at the New Prairie cross-country semi-state with aspirations of moving on to the state finals in Terre Haute. As the smallest participating school, Winamac would go head-to-head against its stiffest competition of the season. The young group of...
The Medaryville Town Council did not hesitate to replace the town marshal as Dave Combs resigned from the position.  At a regular meeting on Oct. 15, council president Suzanna J. Wilcoxon read a statement from former town marshal Dave Combs, who was announcing that he resigned due to the duties of...
Francesville residents will still be able to use the recycling carts in town but as of the beginning of the year curbside recycling will no longer be available.
As of the first of the year, Francesville will no longer be offering curbside recycling.  Town council members discussed whether to continue with curbside recycling during a few of the previous meetings as they wanted to see how many people were participating and how much time was being spent on it...
The Pulaski County Council has approved hiring attorneys to represent the commissioners and the board of zoning appeals regarding litigation stemming from a special exception.  During a regular council meeting on Oct. 12, the council heard from building inspector Doug Hoover and building and zoning...
Flushable wipes are becoming a pile of, well, concern for the Monterey Town Council as the wipes are clogging the system. Wastewater certified operator Ray Stephenson advised the council on Tuesday, Oct. 13, that an influx of the disposable wipes has clogged the system.   This has been a problem in...
The Winamac Lady Warrior cross-country team took the next step in the postseason by advancing to the New Prairie semi-state. The team qualified after a fifth-place finish at the Logansport regional Saturday morning.
The Berry Patch in Logansport has been very good to the Winamac Lady Warrior cross-country team. Coming off the team’s first-ever sectional title last week at the same course, the Lady Warriors were back on a very familiar course Saturday morning for the regional round. The competition was ramped...
The Town of Winamac will begin picking up leaves left by the roadside by residents on Monday, Oct. 19.  Pickup will continue during the fall or until a majority of the leaves have fallen. Residents are advised to put their leaf piles by the roadside but not in it. Residents are also advised not to...
Bridge 257 on CR 400 E. is well underway and on schedule. The project could be completed by the end of the month.
The bridge project on CR 400 E. over Mill Creek could be wrapping up this month as the project is well underway and on schedule.  Bridge 257 on CR 400 E., near a cluster of homes, is currently being replaced. The bridge is part of the annual county bridge maintenance and replacement plan.    ...
The Winamac Lady Warriors cross-country team advanced to the regional round after winning the Logansport sectional Saturday morning.
The highly anticipated cross-country sectional was run Saturday morning at the Berry Patch in Logansport. This season the Winamac Lady Warriors have celebrated a lot of success, most recently an HNAC title. After missing out on a regional bid a year ago, the squad was determined to take the next...
Photo Courtesy KAULIG RACING
Winamac’s Justin Haley took the checkered flag last Saturday in the NASCAR Xfinity Series 300-mile race at the 2.66-mile Talladega Superspeedway. After finishing fourth in the first two stages, he received a late race penalty for pitting too soon. He would work from the back of the field with 20...

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