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BraunAbility has agreed on a 15-year lease that will allow the company to continue to use the Winamac site.
BraunAbility has a proven track record of being opportunity driven and the company is paving the road to future investments.   BraunAbility recently announced that after several months of negotiations the company entered into a 15-year lease to use the Winamac site. BraunAbility CEO Staci Kroon...
County commissioners are again addressing courthouse safety and security as they agreed that the courthouse single-point entry should be guarded.  At a commissioners’ meeting on Jan. 21, maintenance director Mia Salyers asked if the commissioners want to secure the entry with a guard. Salyers...
The 2020 MLK Award Winners are (front) Payton Warner (Courage), Sammy DePoy (Dignity), Ryan Huggler (Sacrifice); (middle) Jaylynn Hall (Community), Taylor Perry (Courage), Mrs. Natalie Dickinson (Sacrifice); (back) Sandy Lucas (Courage), Ms. Elaina Sutton (Justice), Mrs. Marilyn Newman (Dignity) and Mr. Don Darda (Community). Not pictured Tori Wildermuth (Community).
Winamac Community High School and Middle School students celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a convocation Monday, Jan. 20. The convocation was the culmination of work from a student committee that has been meeting for months with the help of Mr. Kevin Zupin, Ms. Karen Butler...
Dustin Holland and Susan Risner, of Knox, welcomed Oden Ryan Wayne Holland on Jan. 17 at Pulaski Memorial Hospital. He is the first baby to be born at the hospital this year.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital welcomed the first baby of the year and the parents weren’t expecting the title.  Oden Ryan Wayne Holland was born on Jan. 17 at 6:32 a.m. Holland was the first baby of the year which may be one of the longest waits the hospital has had in several years for a new year baby...
The Pulaski County Public Library in Winamac will be one of several locations around the state screening the documentary "Eva: A-7063"
Governor Eric Holcomb declared Jan. 27 as “Eva Education Day” in Indiana on Monday. Kor and her twin sister, Miriam, were experimented on at the concentration camp by Nazi doctor Josef Mengele. Kor, who died this past July 4, dedicated most of her life to educating others about Mengele’s...
The five newest members will be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame Friday, Jan. 24, when the Winamac Warriors host the Caston Comets.
The Winamac Athletic Council is pleased to announce the Hall of Fame Class of 2020. The five newest members will be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame Friday, Jan. 24, when the Winamac Warriors host the Caston Comets.  The induction ceremony will begin after the boys’ junior varsity game,...
West Central School Board members were encouraged to think about the idea of moving the sixth grade classes to the elementary school during a regular business meeting on Jan. 9.  Superintendent Dan Zylstra suggested the move to create self-contained classes that would be more efficient and keep the...
“You’re a monster. How could you do this to us?”  Those two sentences were the last thing Ross Stacy heard from his sister as he was ushered out of circuit court Monday afternoon after his sentencing hearing.  His sister Anna Risner was one of a handful of people who gave their impact statement...
The Pulaski County Council prepared for the new year by electing a new president, Ken Boswell.
Pulaski County Council members approved to increase the amount of money the local drug free council will be receiving this year.  Sandy Lucas, who represented the drug free council during a regular county council meeting Monday evening, asked for the council to appropriate an additional $5,500 to...
Medaryville Town Council members Suzanna Wilcoxon, Raymond Saltsman Sr. and Judy Harwood took oath of office on Jan. 3, during a special meeting. The officiating of oath of office was led by clerk-treasurer Stacy Conley.
Medaryville Town Council members held a short meeting on Jan. 3, to elect officers and discuss the repair of two town generators.  Before the special meeting began, council members Suzanna Wilcoxon, Raymond Saltsman Sr. and Judy Harwood took oath of office. They then voted on who will be the board...

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