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Medaryville Town Council members have renewed the town insurance but not without causing a dent in the 2018 budget.  As the town insurance renewal was approaching, Oct. 31, the council held a special meeting to discuss a new insurance policy on Oct. 25. The town had planned to discuss the policy...
Winamac Community High School students along with eighth-graders were recently given a dose of reality as they listened to how prescription drugs can change lives of not only the users but also those around them. On Friday, the students participated in a Red Ribbon Week presentation where they...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members approved to cancel the coaching contract of boys varsity basketball coach Kyle Johnson. Johnson thanked those who were in the audience for their support.
The coaching contract of the varsity boys basketball team has been canceled after an opposed motion by the Eastern Pulaski Community School Board members.  The special meeting was held Oct. 26 to vote on the coaching contract of Kyle Johnson, and to vote on the athletic director’s contract. ...
Four students from two area high schools have been named finalists in the Community Foundation of Pulaski County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship process.  Several applications from Pulaski County students were received and four students reached the final phase of the competitive process. They...
Heated discussion ensued regarding whether the Winamac Town Council and the parks board would meet with the community pool committee.  Winamac Town Councilwoman Judy Heater, who is also the chairwoman of the community pool committee, asked during a regular meeting, if the council will meet with the...
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn explained the extension of hours that he would like to see the courts hold to the county commissioners Monday morning.  During a regular commissioners’ meeting, Shurn said the extension of hours is not new to his office. He posted the extended courtroom...
Monterey Town Council members are expecting to tighten the financial belt next year as less tax funds will be received.  During a previous meeting council members discussed the loss of local option income taxes (LOIT) because of a county levee freeze and how it may affect the budget. During a...
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn has increased the hours the courthouse will be open due to an increase in the workload.  On Friday, Shurn ordered the work hours for the circuit court to increase on a temporary basis because of the increase in cases. That increase was created when Crystal...
The Winamac Town Council is causing a tidal wave of emotion as they decided to put a hold on the future building of the proposed community pool.  During a special meeting on Oct. 4, the council approved to not proceed with the building of a pool until the town can financially maintain it. The vote...

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