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The Memorial Swinging Bridge Project held an Art Auction fundraiser on Sunday, Feb. 27 to raise funds for the project. The event was held at One Eyed Jack’s Celebration Station located at 101 E. Main Street in Winamac starting at 2 p.m. The auction raised a total of $15,723 for the Memorial...
Pulaski County Clerk JoLynn Behny presented the Pulaski County Commissioner President Chuck Mellon with an Indiana state flag from Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan.
A state flag from Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan will now be flying proudly at the Pulaski County Courthouse. The Pulaski County Commissioners were recently presented with a new Indiana state flag by Pulaski County Clerk JoLynn Behny. Behny stated that the flag was given to her from...
The Winamac Parks Board reached a consensus at a regular meeting on Thursday, March 3 that they would like to focus on funding the Memorial Swinging Bridge repairs and getting it ready for the light installation instead of giving a donation to the project from the gift fund. Parks board president...
Ice sculptor Stephan Koch enjoyed taking a break on his creation after all of his work was done. After the completion of the ice throne, the area was cleaned up so guests could get their picture taken on it.
The Pulaski County Public Library held a free outdoor ice sculpting event on its front lawn for the community on Wednesday, February 23. From 4 - 8 p.m., guests were able to watch Indiana Ice Studio founder Stephan Koch work his magic while they enjoyed music, popcorn and hot chocolate. Koch made a...
At a regular county council meeting on Monday, February 14 Sheriff Jeffery Richwine read through an extensive report, once again highlighting some of the items that he spoke about at a recent commissioners meeting. Some of those topics included the total number of calls for service and the mental...
According to Pulaski County Clerk and election board secretary JoLynn Behny, early in-person voting for the May 2022 primary election will take place in the Pulaski County Courthouse microfilm room, Room 210 - which is located across from the auditor's office - in Winamac, and at the Francesville...
Over the weekend, flooding was seen extensively at the Winamac Town Park as the Tippecanoe River continued to rise.
Pulaski County received a little bit of everything this last Thursday when rain, flooding, snow, and ice made travel difficult for many across the county. Warmer temperatures earlier in the week caused significant melting of the snow left behind by the last major winter storm, which created several...
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Purdue Extension Community Wellness Coordinator for Starke, Marshall, and Pulaski counties Debbie Mix was present at a recent Francesville town council meeting on Wednesday, February 9 to discuss potentially exploring putting in a crosswalk with the help of grant monies. Mix stated that she had...
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More efficient and widespread emergency notifications to county departments as well as a summary of 2021 coroner calls for service were among the many items that were discussed at a joint Pulaski County Council and Pulaski County Commissioners meeting on Monday, Feb.14. The coroner's report...
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Although the snow has stopped falling, the impacts of a recent winter storm are still being felt by the residents of Monterey as snow and slush covered streets continue to make travel in the area challenging. President Doug Denton concluded that he would continue to monitor road conditions...

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