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Pulaski County Council members discussed the chief deputy coroner position after it was brought up by councilman Ken Boswell during a meeting on Nov. 13.  Boswell said he has spoken to several different people regarding the chief deputy coroner’s wages including the county attorney, council members...
A final pre-race strategy discussion with crew chief Kevin Bellicourt is had.
Justin Haley headed into the final race of the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck season at Homestead-Miami Speedway with an impressive first full-season record and a dream. The Winamac native, driving the No. 24 GMS Racing Fraternal Order of Eagles Chevrolet, persevered through the year to lock into...
The price of garbage pickup looks to increase for the Town of Winamac after they opened three bids Monday evening during a regular council meeting.  The bids ranged from an annual price of about $119,952 to $158,400. Two of the bids included the cost of recycling, which ranged from about $54,691.20...
Rob Zeider was sworn as an Eastern Pulaski Community School Board member Monday evening.
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Board welcomed a new member during a regular meeting Monday evening.  Superintendent Dan Foster said the corporation has been working to fill the school board seat that was vacated by Terri Johnston. Johnston represented Van Buren Township on the school board. ...
Pulaski County registered voters wanted their opinions to count and they hit a near-record turnout for a midterm election. According to the unofficial county records, there were 4,432 votes cast in the general election. That is a 50-percent voter turnout, which doubles the number of registered...
PHOTOS COURTESY JUSTIN WAPHAM GMS RACING
Justin Haley took to the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth last Friday night looking to add to his playoff points standings in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and came away with a locked-in position for the Championship 4 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Haley would come in to...
Town of Winamac employees will be receiving a raise in 2019 but not without some discussion by the council members.  Town council members gathered to open a construction bid on Tuesday, Oct. 30, but they also discussed some business that needed to be addressed before the end of the year. Clerk-...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation School Board is under a bit of pressure as time ticks away in regards to filling a vacant seat.  The resignation of a board member has caused a vacancy on the Eastern Pulaski community school board and board members have 30 days to fill the seat....
Pulaski County voters are following a state trend this election with many participating in early voting.  Across the state news media outlets have reported that early voting is setting record-breaking stats. Voters are casting their ballots early and the numbers are higher than usual for a...

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