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Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers said leftover funding from the recent road project will allow for more work to happen in the spring.  During a regular town council meeting, board members were informed that because the costs of the road and sidewalk work recently completed in town were less than...
The Francesville UpTown Project was recently recognized as a Main Street community.
Without the teamwork and support of the community, Francesville may not have been recently recognized as a Main Street community.  The town received the Main Street designation through the efforts of The UpTown Project. The town was recently recognized as a Main Street community by the Indiana...
The Medaryville Fire Department is losing out on funding but not because of something that has been done wrong.  In a regular Medaryville Town Council meeting on Nov. 16, clerk-treasurer Judy Harwood said the state board of accounts has made it clear that the fire department cannot receive any of...
Area school corporations are seeing the same results as many school districts across the state — lower ISTEP scores.  The Indiana Department of Education recently released the scores and West Central and Eastern Pulaski Community school corporations are seeing a mix of results.  According to the...
The staff of the Pulaski County Journal and The Independent welcomed a new member to the team, Cindy Teeter.
The staff of the Pulaski County Journal and The Independent is excited to welcome a new member to the team, Cindy Teeter.  Teeter has joined the staff as the new sales representative and is looking forward to meeting Pulaski County residents and serving the community.  “I believe in getting to know...
Several questions were raised as the Pulaski County Council re-addressed the local option income tax that put a burden on taxpayers last year.  During a regular meeting Monday night, council member Doug Roth made a motion to rescind the tax. He said he understood why the council thought it was...
Monterey Town Council members are looking at ways to address clean-up issues as they have directed the town attorney to move forward with new ordinances.  On Nov. 1, the council met for a regular meeting and a few issues including unmowed yards and trash in yards came up.  Town attorney Justin...
Pulaski County Commissioners are weighing the pros and cons of what to do next in regards to the gas smell that is emanating from the basement. On Monday, during a regular meeting, county maintenance director Jeff Johnston spoke with the commissioners about his recent find during a video inspection...

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