Pulaski County EMS

Pulaski County EMS Director Brandon DeLorenzo made a recommendation to the commissioners regarding a bid for the addition of the EMS headquarters Monday morning.
Pulaski County Commissioners awarded a bid for the expansion of the EMS headquarters building Monday morning.  During the commissioners’ meeting on Oct. 7, they opened three bids that ranged from $76,900 to $221,180. At the time when the bids were opened the commissioners tabled the bids in order...
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...
Pulaski County Council members are listening to the different county departments that need additional help but at this time, those issues are being tabled.  Before the regular business of the council meeting started, councilwoman Kathi Thompson said Peters Consulting has given the council a...
Approving a bid for a new ambulance and opening bids for  asphalt projects that could occur this year topped the agenda of the commissioners’ meeting Monday evening.  The commissioners approved to purchase a new ambulance at the cost of $129,900 and opened five bids for the upcoming asphalt...
As the new year starts so does the organization of boards and new appointments for county municipalities and the Pulaski County Commissioners followed suit during a regular meeting Monday evening.  Commissioners approved that Kenny Becker would continue as the board president. He was appointed...
It’s official.  The Pulaski County Commissioners have already begun looking for a new EMS director but the approving of the current director’s resignation was not approved until Monday evening.  Bryan Corn, who was named the director of EMS at the beginning of the year, announced his last day as...
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...

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