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Concerns with the increasing cost of the trash and recycling pickup have Winamac council members questioning if there are other options. Councilman Dan Vanaman first approached the topic of the trash pickup when the council approved the 2017 budget because he did not like the price.  The...
Pulaski County Clerk Christi Hoffa led the swearing in of Teresa Bryant as the new county treasurer. Bryant will take office on Nov. 2.
Pulaski County Treasurer Lynn Wilder has spent the last month preparing the treasurer’s office for her leaving.  Wilder, who has been a county employee for about 20 years, has chosen to step down from her elected position as treasurer — not because she is unsatisfied with her job — but because of...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members are in support of students visiting Spain but some questions were left open-ended.  During a regular meeting Monday evening, school board members heard a request from Spanish teacher Meredith Allen. Allen requested to take the juniors and...
West Central School Board members heard good news regarding student enrollment during a regular meeting on Oct. 6.  Superintendent Don Street announced that the student enrollment is higher than anticipated. In September, the average daily membership (ADM) count of students occurred.  Street said...
Pulaski County Maintenance Director Jeff Johnston approached the county council with his concern that it is only a matter of time before the county is hit with a lawsuit.  Johnston approached the council with a couple of different concerns during a regular meeting Monday evening. Johnston...
Monticello and Francesville firefighters climbed to the roof of the silos to soak a fire that was smoldering in the corn.
A mechanical failure of equipment could not be ruled out as the cause of the Francesville elevator explosion that injured two local men on Sept. 26.  According to Monon Deputy Town Marshal Robert Hickman, who was acting on behalf of the Francesville Police Department, “a catastrophic failure of the...
A vision that started several years ago but didn’t have enough drive until recently has come true for the downtown Winamac area.  Downtown Winamac was recently awarded the Main Street status by the State of Indiana. The drive behind the recognition came from the Wander Our Winamac! organization...
Winamac’s Justin Haley climbs from his car at Dover’s Monster Mile amidst confetti and cheers after securing the championship in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Friday, Sept. 30.
Justin Haley put to bed last Friday night in Dover, Delaware, a finish to a long solid march to an amazing year in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship. In his sophomore year in the NKNPSE, Haley set a few records and came away with the big championship trophy for his efforts.  Rain was...

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