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Pulaski County Sheriff Jeff Richwine voiced his frustration towards the county council as he defended why the employees of the sheriff’s office deserve a raise during a county council meeting on Dec. 14. “To say that I am disappointed is an understatement. I have been in front of you six times now...
A pilot program plan regarding urban chickens has been given to the Winamac Town Council members who have been discussing the issue over the last couple months.  At a regular meeting, Monday afternoon, the council was given information regarding a pilot urban chicken program by Maggie Czech....
The final regular Monterey Town Council meeting of the year, on Dec. 2, was a time of farewell.  Before the meeting, council members said goodbye to councilwoman Chris Fox who lost the election in November to Doug Denton.   See the full story in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print or e-...
Two fires on Sunday left the buildings a total loss and Winamac firefighters exhausted.  On Sunday, the Winamac Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to two fires that happened within 12 hours of each other. As firefighters were recovering from the first fire in the Ripley area they were called...
Pulaski County Commissioners heard from an audience of several farmers and business owners regarding their dislike of a potential frost law.  During a regular meeting on Monday, John Keller asked several questions such as what the county is trying to accomplish with such a law; what are going to be...
Indiana Conversation Officer Keith Wildeman gave stickers to Audrey Rodriguez and her brother Dylan West before shopping on Dec. 13.  See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition. 
Multiple emergency agencies responded to an afternoon fire on Dec. 6 at Jenkins Service and Tire Company, located at the corner of SR 14 and Monticello Street in Winamac.  See the full story in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition. 
On Nov. 25, Pulaski County Public Library Trustees spent time listening to the concerns of several individuals who were both for and against the Medaryville branch library closing.
Pulaski County Public Library board trustees spent time during a regular meeting on Nov. 25 listening to an audience of concerns regarding the Medaryville branch library closing.  Those in the audience were given two to three minutes to voice their opinion. The library did allow for Susan Bergens...
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation is celebrating not only the initial success of the Warrior Academy but also the announcement that it has been approved by the state.  The corporation has been working the last several months on establishing funding for the Warrior Academy including...
Decking the streets in the downtown areas and along Monticello Street (U.S. 35) has been a tradition of the Town of Winamac for numerous years, but this year the lights are shining brighter.  The holiday lights that shine on the corridor of Monticello Street from Spring Street to Jefferson Street...

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