Pulaski County EMS

A former Pulaski County EMS director has been charged with six felonies as part of a much larger investigation that involves more than a dozen public officials.  On Oct. 11, U.S. Attorney Josh Minkle announced that 15 people including former Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry were charged...
A trailer fire at 607 Main Street in Medaryville was contained to a bedroom, Sept. 27, due to the door of the room being closed.
Medaryville firefighters were able to efficiently knock down the fire that could have quickly consumed the trailer. According to Medaryville Fire Chief Shaun Hauptli, the department was dispatched at approximately 11:50 a.m. when a passerby noticed smoke coming from the residence window that held...
Wanting to continue to achieve more was one of the main drives behind Bryan Corn applying for the Pulaski County EMS Director position.  Corn, 29, saw his drive to achieve more lead to a new position as the Pulaski County Commissioners appointed him the new EMS director on Jan. 16 during a...
One of several accidents on Dec. 24 involved a Pulaski County EMS vehicle. The single-vehicle accident left the driver and passenger shook up. The two were treated at Pulaski Memorial Hospital and released.
A mixture of mayhem imploded in the county on Christmas Eve causing local emergency responders to team up and call for a little help. On Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, police, emergency medical services and first responders were called to two overdoses, seven vehicle accidents and one medical call in just...
First responders are never sure of what to expect when they are called to a medical emergency.  Such was the case in regards to a medical emergency early Christmas morning when instead of Santa arriving a premature infant was born. Every birth can be considered a miracle but this birth was extra...
A question of whether the county EMS paramedics should leave the county became a bit of a rough topic of discussion during a recent meeting with county officials.  At a joint session on June 12, the county commissioners and council listened as EMS director Nikki Lowry asked for some direction from...
Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry is asking the commissioners to consider a bigger building or changes to the current building as the ambulances are too big for the current bay area at the Winamac location.
Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry is looking to staff a third truck full time and she would like the permission of the commissioners. During a commissioners’ meeting on Jan. 17, Lowry said the third truck is currently part-time. When a third truck is available, EMS staff can transport...
Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry approached the council asking for some clarification in regards to the county wage matrix.  Lowry said she spoke with auditor Shelia Garling to figure out how the matrix will affect the EMS wages. The result was not good.  She said if they follow the matrix...
West Central High School Senior Alex Tauber and Pulaski County EMS Director Nikki Lowry spoke about the job shadowing for high school seniors being offered by Pulaski County EMS.
With the concern of a lack of skilled workers in the area, the Regional 1 Works Council paid a visit to the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce on March 16.  Regional 1 Works Council chair Kris Emaus discussed the future of career and technical education in the Pulaski County region and the state. ...
Pulaski County Commissioners were quick to put to rest a rumor regarding Pulaski County EMS being sold.  During a regular commissioners’ meeting on Jan. 19, it was announced that the county will continue to provide EMS to residents.  Commissioner Larry Brady questioned EMS director Nikki Lowry if a...

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