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West Central School Board members heard positive news regarding what high school students are achieving this year.  On Nov. 3, high school principal Pat Culp announced several positive things happening at the high school during a regular school board meeting when principals are given a chance to...
Winamac head coach Tim Roth is lifted by his players after the Warriors beat Bremen 21-14 for the sectional championship.
The Winamac Warrior football team added another chapter to their 2016 storybook season Friday night in the Class 2A Sectional No. 34 championship game at Roudebush Field. Coming in against No. 8 ranked Bremen Friday night, the Warriors were counted out, given less than a 10-percent chance to win...
A handful of candidates along with their family members and supporters gathered at the Pulaski County Courthouse to witness how the votes stacked up on Tuesday. Republicans took center stage and swept the elections for the county.
With a majority of the voters in Pulaski County registering  as Republicans, it came as no surprise who won the elections in Pulaski County.  On Tuesday, many in the state expected Republican candidates such as Donald Trump, Todd Young and Jackie Walorski to win. At a local level some contested...
Scabby the Rat was recently seen holding a banner that accused U.S. Aggregates of using “rat contractors."
Those traveling on U.S. 421 south of Francesville may have been wondering what troublesome issues were creeping at the U.S. Aggregates site.  Last week, Scabby the Rat could be seen holding a banner that accused U.S. Aggregates of using “rat contractors.”  The rat was inflated and watched over by...
A special session was held by the Winamac Town Board to discuss less than a handful of ordinances and resolutions on Monday.  During the meeting, proposed Resolution 8-2016, Resolution 9-2016, and Ordinance 5-2016, were reviewed by the council of which two were approved.  Council president Tom...
Those who were able to attend a special meeting of the Medaryville Town Council were left asking several questions on a new garbage ordinance that passed on Oct. 28.  Ordinance 2016-10-01 not only repeals two previous ordinances but also the service charge for the collection and removal of garbage...
The community was seen sewing the seeds of giving as they helped to harvest corn in about 30 fields. Tim Reidelbach died on Oct. 10 from injuries sustained during an elevator explosion.
Although the weather caused for a wet cold harvest  of several cornfields on Oct. 27, those in the combines and trucks were focused on helping out a fellow farmer’s family.  Several gathered from across the county and beyond to remember a man who was respected and as giving as those who were...
A pirate ship has landed at a home on CR 50 N. near the Knights of Columbus.
Ghosts, goblins and fairies will soon be roaming the streets of Pulaski County but the arrival of a pirate ship has many slowing for the attraction.  A pirate ship has landed at a home on CR 50 N. near the Knights of Columbus.  The ship was assembled in less than a month by Steven Burton and Lisa...
Harley Pugh finds a running lane and picks up a big gain for the Warriors.
In a rematch of last season’s sectional semifinal where Lewis Cass topped Winamac in a come-from-behind 21-14 win in overtime at Roudebush Field, the Kings looked poised to take down the Warriors early. The Kings entered the round one sectional game with just one win, but were feeling confident...
Winamac head coach Tim Roth joins his players to sing the Warrior fight song.
As quarterback Jack DeGroot took a knee signaling the end of the 2016 regular football season, a flood of emotion cascaded across the Winamac sideline. The final outcome was a victory for the maroon and white, but that was a footnote for those players who left it all on the field in honoring the...

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