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A total of nine individuals were arrested on Dec. 14. in regards to an investigation of child abuse.
On Tuesday, Dec. 13, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office received information in reference to possible child abuse in the area of CR 750 W. and CR 800 N. Information was obtained in reference to a 3-year-old female being kept inside of a locked wooden box at the residence. The information stated...
The Winamac Town Council has agreed to become unified with the county when it comes to zoning issues.  Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer has spoken to the council in the past about merging with the county in regards to zoning ordinances. The towns of...
One Pulaski County student has been named the recipient of a full-tuition, four-year scholarship as the Community Foundation of Pulaski County 2017 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar.  Jack DeGroot will receive full tuition to an Indiana college of his choice and a $900 yearly stipend for required...
The Francesville sewer upgrade project has been approved and town council members are now discussing how to fund it.  The Francesville Town Council recently accepted three bids for the sewer upgrade project. The next step is figuring out how to fund it.  On Dec. 5, council members reviewed the...
Students who are serving time at Wednesday school will soon be waking up early on the day they are hoping to sleep in on.  Winamac Community High School Principal Rick DeFries named a number of reasons the leadership team would like to see Wednesday school moved to Saturdays as he spoke with school...
Representatives from the towns of Winamac and Monterey voiced their concerns about losing the funding from a tax that was implemented about a year ago.  Although Pulaski County has the highest taxes in the state, several local officials are asking for the local option income tax B (safety tax) to...
Portions of the chimney on the Pulaski County home are falling down and caution tape has been strung as a warning.
As Pulaski County Commissioners are waiting for an ordinance to be drafted and approved by the county council to sell the home, the building is starting to fall apart.  Within the past couple of months, caution tape has been strung around the east area of the home to keep the public from getting...
School improvement plans for West Central School Corporation were already being followed but were not officially approved by the school board until a regular school board meeting on Dec. 1.  The delay in approving the plans happened because the school administration was waiting for ISTEP scores...
Pulaski County Sheriff Jeff Richwine gave the Pulaski County Commissioners both good and bad news during a regular meeting Monday evening.  Richwine’s news included both collecting and spending funds.  The first bit of bad news he discussed with the commissioners was about a deputy vehicle being...

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