Pulaski County

An increase in the number of drivers who are violating the school bus stop arm has local police concerned.  Pulaski County Sheriff’s Detective Sgt. Chris Schramm said the number of drivers violating the bus stop arm seems to be increasing so he wants to remind drivers of the law.  The drivers who...
Pulaski County is making a name for itself at the Indy 500 and it’s not with a vehicle and a driver.  For the third time within the last five years, Pulaski County will be represented in the Indy 500 festivities by a young woman who was named a 500 Festival Princess. This year, Rachel Ploss has...
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is again being investigated by outside agencies as evidence is missing.  The Federal Bureau of Investigations has started an investigation after cash was reported missing. This is the second time the sheriff’s office has been investigated for missing evidence...
Pulaski County Commissioners are making changes to the way people enter the courthouse but safety is still a priority.  The commissioners, who met Monday evening, have previously discussed the security of the courthouse and  have come to an agreement to open the building back up.  Commissioner...
Pulaski County Council members questioned what they advertised to spend although discussion has previously occurred. During a regular meeting on Feb. 8, the council discussed advertised appropriations in the amount of $1,072,332.19. The appropriations were for $184,759.19 CARES Act funds, $839,750...
Pulaski County Health Department volunteer Lynette Altman, Pulaski County Health Department Clinic Administrator Vicki White, along with Pulaski County Public Library Executive Director MacKenzie Ledley and Pulaski County Public Library  System Administrator Michael Rose recently spoke with (center) representatives from Senator Todd Young’s office, Chris Salatas, regional director and Courtney Papa, district director, about how the vaccine clinic is a community collaboration.
It’s taking a community of volunteers to administer the vaccinations that have come to the county and that collaboration appears to be a shining light to many.  About 150 people were vaccinated by the Pulaski County Health Department last week with help from several organizations and volunteers....
The Pulaski County Commissioners are seeing a cost increase in liability insurance and workers’ compensation for 2021 but there could be some changes with a little work.  The increase will be about $28,555 because of the alternate quote the commissioners approved of on Monday, Dec. 21.  The county...
Pulaski Memorial Hospital Chief of Nursing Linda Webb vaccinated Dr. Clint Kauffman for COVID-19 on Dec. 18. The hospital staff assisted at Logansport Memorial in administering the first doses to area health care workers and providers.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital staff are some of the first individuals, who have a connection of Pulaski County, to receive the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations.  Several Pulaski Memorial Hospital frontline workers traveled to Logansport Memorial Hospital to receive the first of two shots on Dec. 18...
State health department officials warned of an after Thanksgiving surge in positive COVID-19 cases, and the Pulaski County numbers seem to be following the predicted trend.  On Monday, the Indiana Department of Health reported a total of 657 positive cases of COVID-19 in Pulaski County since the...

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