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The West Central school board heard from Director of Technology Kris Aschbrenner at a recent work session on Thursday, Feb. 10 about potential upcoming technology projects for the corporation. Some of the future projects could include the installation of the new PA system, rewiring the network...
Ryan Harrison, president of the Pulaski County Historical Society, came before the commissioners at a meeting on Monday, February 7 to ask to use, and potentially house, the county's large document scanner to scan and ultimately digitally preserve the veteran's photos in the courthouse. The...
Pulaski Memorial Hospital and the Pulaski County Public Library recently partnered to host pop-up vaccine clinics around the county last week. Funding came from a grant awarded to the Pulaski County Public Library by Communities for Immunity. The Francesville clinic, pictured here, was hosted on...
The historic Winamac Train Depot sits quietly during the snowfall on Thursday, Feb. 3.
The winter weather didn't slow down this last week, as a significant two-day winter storm hit Pulaski County with a little more than a foot of snow between Wednesday, Feb. 2 and Thursday, Feb. 3. The storm officially began on Tuesday evening with rain, which slowly switched over to snow in the...
Stock photo of an at home COVID-19 test
Due to an increase in the use of at home COVID-19 tests, it may be unclear to some of what they should do should they test positive. Pulaski County Health Department Public Health Nurse Andrea Keller recently distributed information received from the Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) on the...
Winamac wrestler Shaun Pratt picked up his 100th career win at the Twin Lakes sectional Saturday, Jan. 29. Pratt was honored at Twin Lakes after the win and then again here in front of a home crowd at halftime of the Winamac boys' basketball game versus LaCrosse. He is currently sitting on a 101-28...
The three most recent graduates of the Pulaski County Veterans Treatment Court were recognized for their accomplishment via a virtual graduation ceremony on Friday, Jan. 28 at 11 a.m. The Pulaski County Veteran's Treatment Court was founded in 2018 and gained its full certification in 2020. The...
The Pulaski County Election Board has acquired three new rolling tote bags that will help tote essential election items around each polling place.
The Pulaski County Election Board reconvened for their first meeting of the year on Tuesday, Jan. 25 and discussed a number of items ahead of the impending 2022 election cycle. The first of the items was a proposal to change the location of early voting to the microfilm room in the Pulaski County...
The Pulaski County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) and the Pulaski County Advisory Plan Commission (APC) held a joint session on Monday, Jan. 24 and elected new officers for 2022. For the APC board, Breann Wilson was appointed as president, Tyler Gutwein as vice president, Ray Franko as secretary,...
The Memorial Swinging Bridge Project is seeking funds to help illuminate the foot bridge located at the Winamac Town Park in time for the 100th anniversary of the bridge in July 2023.
Greg Henry from the Memorial Swinging Bridge Project provided information to the Medaryville town council on Thursday to inform them of some of the history as well as the current status of their ongoing project. The project's ultimate goal is to raise money to illuminate the bridge with exterior...

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