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Pulaski County Building Inspector Doug Hoover told the commissioners Monday night that he is pleased with the number of permits. He is anticipating some bigger building projects happening this year.
Pulaski County Building Inspector Doug Hoover said he is pleased with the number of permits that were obtained last year and he is looking forward to some big projects this year.  Hoover presented an end-of-the-year report to the commissioners during a regular meeting Monday evening.  According to...
One of several accidents on Dec. 24 involved a Pulaski County EMS vehicle. The single-vehicle accident left the driver and passenger shook up. The two were treated at Pulaski Memorial Hospital and released.
A mixture of mayhem imploded in the county on Christmas Eve causing local emergency responders to team up and call for a little help. On Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, police, emergency medical services and first responders were called to two overdoses, seven vehicle accidents and one medical call in just...
First responders are never sure of what to expect when they are called to a medical emergency.  Such was the case in regards to a medical emergency early Christmas morning when instead of Santa arriving a premature infant was born. Every birth can be considered a miracle but this birth was extra...
Where to store the street salt this winter is causing Francesville employees and town council members to think outside the box.  The concern of street superintendent Brad Stevens regarding the street salt not being protected was brought to the attention of the town council during a regular meeting...
Winamac police were called to the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation on Dec. 14 for what appeared to be the odor of marijuana.  Winamac Police Officer Brian Gaillard was called to the Winamac Community High School at about 8:30 a.m. When Gaillard arrived he was told the smell was...
Winamac residents who are serviced by the town water system will soon see an increase in rates but the splash doesn’t compare to the tidal wave that could have occurred.  Before the regular Winamac Town Council meeting on Dec. 11, a public hearing was held regarding a proposed water rate increase...
The parks and recreation advisory council is no more after the advisory council members requested to have the group abolished.  Winamac Board of Parks and Recreation members followed through with their wishes that the group be dissolved. At a regular meeting of the board on Dec. 7, the board...
One Pulaski County student has been named the recipient of a full-tuition, four-year scholarship as the Community Foundation of Pulaski County 2018 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar. Peyton Newman will receive full tuition to an Indiana college of her choice and a $900 yearly stipend for required...
School boards across the state will be bracing for a reduction of funds as the state recently announced there’s not enough budgeted funding for 2018.  West Central School Corporation Superintendent Don Street said the department of education announced that the monthly state tuition the corporation...
One of the Winamac businesses that has been renovated on the inside is Tippy’s. The building previously housed H&R Block that has since moved to a building further east on Pearl Street.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Winamac but that’s not the only decor that’s sprucing up the town. Area business owners have looked beyond the holiday decor and are rejuvenating the interior and exterior of buildings.  During the last year or more about a dozen Winamac businesses...

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