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A heated discussion about town clean up ensued during a Medaryville town council meeting on Thursday, March 17 by community and board members alike. The conversation began when president Arthur Conley mentioned that as a council they need to establish a fee schedule for ordinance violations. He...
Another meeting between the town of Monterey and the county is set to take place soon in regards to the future of the Sportsman's Bar and Grill. Monterey town council president Doug Denton stated at a regular session on Tuesday, March 8 that town attorney Justin Schramm will be in charge of...
Two first readings of proposed handbook changes were heard by the school board at a regular Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation meeting on Monday, March 14. The first proposed policy change was for Policy 9250.01, which is the corporation's policy for Wednesday night after school...
The proposed temporary crosswalk in Francesville may be located across CR 1450 W. and Ada St.
Debbie Mix, Purdue Extension Community Wellness Coordinator for Starke, Marshall, and Pulaski counties, recently informed both the Pulaski County Commissioners and the Pulaski County Council of a proposed temporary crosswalk over North Bill Street, or CR 1450 W., and possibly Ada Street in...
Pinwheels will be placed on the courthouse lawn in the month of April for Child Abuse Awareness month.
A Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) wellness grant was one of the several matters that were approved at a regular Pulaski County Commissioners meeting on Monday, March 7. The request was brought before the commissioners by CASA Director Sara Kroft, who asked to apply for the grant in the...
The 500 Festival and Indianapolis 500 Education Program, presented by Indiana University Health, made a brief stop in Winamac Friday afternoon, giving Eastern Pulaski Elementary School fourth graders a chance to experience the greatest spectacle in racing up close and personal. The mobile study...
Judge Welker’s bench and the witness and reporter’s stands are beginning to be built.
It's been quite a journey, but since work on the Justice Center project officially broke ground on Monday, July 26, 2021, significant, tangible progress has been made despite some hiccups along the way. Taking a walking tour around the inside of the new addition on Friday, March 4, one can see...
Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer gave an overview of past efforts to start a Winamac main street organization.
The Eastern Pulaski Elementary School Learning Lab was filled with 24 eager Pulaski County residents who expressed interest in learning more about trying to start a Winamac main street organization once again. For those who were not familiar with the Indiana Main Street organization, OCRA's...
West Central School Corporation Superintendent Dan Zylstra stated at a recent school board meeting that the corporation's summer plans for band and choir room renovations would have to be postponed to a later date. The board had recently discussed publicly advertising for bids on the project at a...
The Medaryville Police Department was approved for a two dollar raise at a recent Medaryville town council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 22. Town marshal Cody Foust asked the council for the pay increase for both himself and his deputies, Dave Combs and Matt Pickens. If approved, Foust would be paid $20...

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