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To the delight of EPES students Susie Schultz, Jill Collins and Maureen Garrity hang suspended from the gymnasium bleachers.
When the students of Eastern Pulaski Elementary School put their minds to something, look out. Each year the students are challenged to raise money for the Pennies for Patients program and each year they go above and beyond. This year’s goal of reaching $1,000 was surpassed in no time and the final...
School superintendents across the state are watching several bills in this legislative session that could have big impacts on their future.  The rash of education bills could greatly influence school funding and teacher evaluations. Of the bills, there are three that are standing out to local...
Pulaski County Commissioners opted to again table a previous request regarding the purchasing of tourism commercials.  Commissioners addressed a request to spend about $22,000 on commercials and advertising that was made during the Jan. 17 meeting by Pulaski County Community Development Commission...
Pulaski Memorial Hospital is not only striving to meet the physical needs of the patients, but also finding new ways to help patients pay their medical bills associated with the hospital services.  Hospital financial counselor Melanie Stoll recently earned her license as an Indiana Navigator. What...
After more than two years of court proceedings, a ruling has been made on the complaint filed by the former county home superintendent against the county. On Nov. 1, 2014, former Pleasant View Rest Home superintendent Sandra Hurd filed a complaint against the Pulaski County Commissioners that at...
The State Board of Accounts has completed an audit of Tippecanoe Township and the former township trustee is being held accountable for $148,513.14 that appears to be unaccountable.  According to the state board of accounts audit report, Kathleen Keller was the trustee from Jan. 1, 2011, to April...
How the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce is organized has changed due to lack of funding.  A regular meeting on Jan. 18 was held by the chamber that is no longer led by a director. During the December meeting, it was decided that the chamber could no longer afford to pay a director.  Because of...
Medaryville Town Council members are preparing to spend funding for roads as they process through the necessary paperwork.  At a regular meeting on Jan. 18, the council approved the first reading of one ordinance and approved a second ordinance in regards to establishing a fund and approving...
Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry is asking the commissioners to consider a bigger building or changes to the current building as the ambulances are too big for the current bay area at the Winamac location.
Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry is looking to staff a third truck full time and she would like the permission of the commissioners. During a commissioners’ meeting on Jan. 17, Lowry said the third truck is currently part-time. When a third truck is available, EMS staff can transport...

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