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After hearing about the amount of work it would take to become a Tree City, the Town of Francesville is now looking to see who might be interested in being a part of a committee.  During the March 20 meeting, the council heard from Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Community and Urban...
The Pulaski County Farmer’s Market started off small and grew during the first season.
Positive things are happening in Francesville and this summer could be a time for several events.  Along with the UpTown Project hosting monthly events, the town will be the site of the Pulaski County Farmers’ Market twice a month.   The idea of a farmers’ market began more than two years ago and...
The Pulaski County Commissioners are preparing to work with a local computer company after the information technology director, RB Walters, resigned.  At a meeting Monday night, Will DeGroot, of DeGroot Technology, met with the commissioners to discuss what his role will be in helping the county. ...
On March 28, police from several different agencies were involved in the pursuit of Doffin Jr. after he was suspected of dragging his daughter from a Warren County home.
A fatal shooting has left the public with a number of questions as information is being released by the police a bit at a time. The latest news that has been released on the fatal shooting of Peter J. Doffin Jr., 36, of Lafayette, is that the Pulaski County Prosecutor’s Office will investigate the...
The Star City Sewer District is looking to take a step to better serve customers, as they begin the process of hiring a clerk-treasurer.  During the past couple of meetings, the district board has discussed hiring someone to handle the finances. At the meeting Monday evening, Walter Craig asked the...
As Francesville continues to look to the future, the town council is thinking about sprucing up the landscaping.  During a regular meeting on Monday, March 20, the council was informed of the positive impact adding a few more trees to the landscape can have.  Indiana Department of Natural Resources...
Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce has announced that Daniel P. Murphy, of Winamac, has been selected to receive the H.J. Halleck Community Service Award.
Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce President Judy Heater is pleased to announce Daniel P. Murphy, of Winamac, has been selected by the chamber Halleck Award committee and the board of directors to receive the H.J. Halleck Community Service Award.  The award is named in recognition of longtime...
The Friends of the Panhandle Pathway would like to continue with their park-to-park vision and expanding the path to the north of SR 14 is the next step.
Winamac Town Council members gave their permission for the Friends of the Panhandle Pathway to begin the process of expanding the trail to the north.  Friends of the Panhandle Pathway president John Bawcum approached the council during a regular meeting on March 13 to discuss the expansion of the...
Pulaski County Commissioners are taking two more steps toward becoming compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  During a regular meeting Monday morning, the commissioners approved to pay for an informative brochure to be printed and to purchase stair chairs for three of the county...
The Medaryville Town Marshal has resigned just hours before a regular business meeting on March 15.  Medaryville Town Council members were a bit surprised as they reviewed the resignation letter of Jeff Heims, who has been the town marshal for less than three months.  Heims was hired on Dec. 21,...

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