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A new fence has been secured around the collapsed portion of the Sportsman’s Bar and Grill in Monterey. Along with the fence, no trespassing signs have been hung. The fence was placed around the building by the Pulaski County Building Inspector’s Office. Monterey Council members are reviewing their options in regards to debris to be cleaned up.
Monterey Councilman Doug Denton voiced a number of concerns during the regular meeting on April 13, including the wastewater sewer project upgrade, the collapsed building, the water plant roof and stray dogs. The meeting started off with talking about the sewer project. Denton was recently involved...
A concern of liability, safety and costs ensued as the Winamac Town Council discussed removing a number of trees from the town park during a regular meeting on April 11.  Park manager Dave DeLorenzo questioned what the council would like to do regarding the ash trees in the town park. There are...
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Pulaski County Sheriff’s Officers seized more than 8 pounds of marijuana and more than $4,700 in cash after they responded to a criminal complaint in the area of Beardstown on April 14.  Pulaski County Sheriff’s Deputy Seth Barton obtained a search warrant for the Delbert Bain’s residence at 5588 N...
Francesville is conducting some spring cleaning including abandoned vehicles, trash and stray pets.  During a regular meeting on April 4, councilwoman Pam Antrim questioned how much the current dog ordinance addresses. She recently received a complaint regarding dogs roaming the neighborhood and...
A Pulaski County Election Board meeting was to the point as members discussed a handful of topics Monday afternoon. The first topic on the agenda was addressing a question brought to the board by Jerry Locke during the March 28 meeting. At the time, Locke asked whether campaign material can be worn...
Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry approached the council asking for some clarification in regards to the county wage matrix.  Lowry said she spoke with auditor Shelia Garling to figure out how the matrix will affect the EMS wages. The result was not good.  She said if they follow the matrix...
Pulaski County Commissioners and County Council gathered at an informational meeting about the renovation and addition to the courthouse Monday evening.
An outcry from the public led to a joint session of the Pulaski County Commissioners and County Council Monday evening.  The meeting regarding the proposed courthouse renovation and addition was mainly for the benefit of the public, although a majority of those who were in the audience were county...
Members of the Winamac Tree Committee recently met to discuss a tree planting event on April 30. Pictured are Judy Heater, Will Kiefer, Fred Zahrt, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers, Sam Hinkle, Torrin Garbison, Rachel Ploss and Peyton Newman. Photo Submitted
Reviving the Winamac Tree Committee was not only a growing endeavor for the town but also for the students that are adding new energy.  The tree committee is now a combination of adults mentoring high school students as they create a vision of urban renewal in Winamac. Don Darda, who is the...
It’s said when a person opens a book, he or she steps into another world, but that world or how it is read is changing as technology advances with each chapter.  To accommodate the next generation of readers and continuing to offer the latest information, libraries are adapting their digital...

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