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Members of the Pulaski County Council have decided to freeze any increases in county employee salaries to save money and have also decided to move forward with the new county income tax. During a joint session with the Pulaski County Commissioners, on Sept. 30, the decision to freeze wages came...
Pulaski County Animal control officer John Kleinofen is having a tough time finding places to take stray animals and it doesn’t appear to be getting any easier. Kleinofen has responded to a number of calls regarding stray animals. It has been so overwhelming that some strays are currently being...
This season the battle for the county football title is a story of two teams heading in opposite directions this season. Last season the West Central Trojans and Winamac Warriors entered the contest undefeated and were in select company of undefeated teams. What a difference a year makes. Both...
The Pulaski County Community Development Commission (CDC) is excited to announce that as of Sept. 18, Winamac Lumber Yard LLC, has successfully repaid the Pulaski County Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) one year ahead of schedule. In September 2011, Kyle Kruzick, manager of All Seasons Home Center,...
The Winamac Town Council is looking to clean up the town and they have a plan that might require a little help from the county. During a regular commissioners’ meeting on Monday, Winamac Town Council President Ken McFarland, councilman Dan Vanaman and town manager Brad Zellers approached the...
Monterey residents wanting cheaper prices on garbage pickup may have to do their own bidding. During a regular meeting, town councilwoman Emily Bailey said a resident approached one of the local garbage companies in regards to serving Monterey and obtained an estimated quote that Bailey presented...
The Pulaski County Council continues to move forward with the implementing of the Local Option Income Tax, amidst great debate. Council president Jay Sullivan said the need for the Local Option Income Tax (LOIT) outweighs the objections, during a regular council meeting on Monday. Auditor Shelia...
A joint session on Sept. 2 between the Pulaski County commissioners and council led to the hiring of a technology manager and to begin adopting an income tax. The county council wanted to give a 10-percent raise to all county employees but after the numbers were calculated and it was determined...
As the Pulaski County Health Department is cutting the current budget and preparing to spend less next year, employees are also looking at how to generate more funding. During a regular meeting on Monday, Pulaski County Health Department Director of Environmental Health Terri Hansen approached the...
In Pulaski County, around 13 percent of the population lives at poverty level. In the state of Indiana, one in five children go hungry every day! In order to learn how the public can help meet this great need, one must first understand poverty. Purdue Extension of Pulaski County will be hosting a...

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