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Renovations at the Monterey-Tippecanoe Public Library have made the space a little brighter and more energy efficient.
Monterey-Tippecanoe Public Library Director Renita Pothoff has seen a lot of changes happen to the library during her 45 years of working there.  She’s seen an addition being built and technology being incorporated along with too many book titles to name. Of the changes the newest renovations to...
Francesville Town Council members have approved to increase the rent of EMS that is using a part of the town hall as a second location in the county.  The council discussed creating a contract, during a previous meeting, but wanted more information from the town attorney, Justin Schramm, before...
Doors that are more than 40 years will soon be replaced at the West Central Elementary School through a local match and the Secured School Safety Grant program.
Pulaski County schools will be receiving $110,099 in grant funding for future projects, all for the use of school safety.  The Indiana Secured School Board recently approved more than $19 million in matching state grant funds as part of the Secured School Safety Grant program (SSSG). With the...
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Mr. Frank Grunwald, survivor of Auschwitz, along with his wife, Barbara, pose for a photo with the Winamac Community High School cast of the 2019 fall play, “And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank.” Photo by Sophie Dickinson
“In school, we learn about the Holocaust and what happened, but it is truly different hearing from someone who was actually there,” commented junior Carson Bennett concerning a field trip held Friday, Sept. 6, to attend a seminar held by Holocaust survivor Mr. Frank Grunwald.   This field trip...
As county officials continue to discuss the implementing of courthouse security, county commissioners are learning there are standards that should be followed.  The discussion regarding the courthouse security began as commissioners spoke with sheriff Jeff Richwine about the cameras in the...
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Indiana farmers are eligible for assistance under a secretarial natural disaster designation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Governor Eric J. Holcomb recently announced that Indiana farmers are eligible for assistance under a secretarial natural disaster designation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This was in response to a letter Gov. Holcomb sent to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue in July, requesting...
Brent Frain is the new Pulaski County Veterans Service Officer (CSVO). He has been onboard for a few weeks, but the position requires examination and certification by the state before he can work with veterans. Those actions are now complete and the office is open for business Tuesday through...
Pulaski County Jail Commander Stephen Tabler helped to evacuate the courthouse on Friday, Sept. 6, after a suspicious device was found in the basement.
A suspicious device found in the Pulaski County Courthouse didn’t contain explosives or incendiary components, according to police.  The device that was found by the maintenance department at about 6:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 6, was located in the basement bathroom which is open to the public. ...

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