Pulaski Circuit Court

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...
Warning tape was hung in the Pulaski Circuit Court to warn visitors that the ceiling is falling. The tape will soon be removed because of a jury trial. The temporary fix is to knock the loose portions of the ceiling down.
A falling ceiling and the lack of an elevator are causing complications for the Pulaski Circuit Court that could cause problems later. Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn told the commissioners on Monday that the recent hanging of warning tape in the courtroom won’t solve the problem of the...
Pulaski County Council members approve a transfer and additional appropriations to cover the costs of court cases.
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Michael Shurn is preparing for upcoming court cases but not in regards to presiding over hearings. Instead, he is currently reviewing the court spending and how to pay some outstanding costs.  At a regular Pulaski County Council meeting, Shurn requested a transfer and an...
Senior judge to help preside over superior court cases as judge resigns.
As the county courts are preparing for change because of one judge resigning, the state is sending help. Pulaski Superior Court Judge Patrick Blankenship announced in February that he is resigning after 16 years of serving the community.   Because the Indiana Supreme Court does not want the court...

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Winamac, IN 46996

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