Pulaski County Highway Department

Pulaski County Highway Superintendent Terry Ruff asked the commissioners how they would like to proceed if a cable is cut while the highway department is working. During a regular commissioners’ meeting Monday evening, Ruff said about a year ago a cable was cut and the phone/cable company wants...
Numerous questions and concerns regarding the county salary matrix have caused Pulaski County Council members to schedule a special workshop.  During the past several months several questions have arisen because of a 1-percent raise the county employees have received and because of department heads...
Concerns of vehicle speed in an area where a number of children play convinced a handful of residents from the Medaryville area to attend a Pulaski County Commissioners’ meeting Monday evening.  Don Scheffer and Rebecca Stalbaum, who live in the Teaberry Hill Estates area on CR 1550 W., would like...
Pulaski County Highway trucks fueled up before heading inside after being out all day on the roads. Pulaski County has 15 trucks that can be seen throughout the county anytime it snows.
The first few snowfalls of winter have caused a rash of accidents and slide-offs but not because of lack of plowing.  Local municipalities have been clearing the roads but with the below-freezing temperatures, anything that has melted becomes a frozen mess.   The first significant plowing of...
The Pulaski County Highway Department is ready for the next snowfall as the trucks are filled with a salt and sand mixture. The highway department plows more than 900 miles of roadway.
Old man winter has come to visit and he appears to be an unwanted guest as the snow and ice cause hazardous conditions. The thawing and freezing temperatures with a bit of ice mixed in are becoming the bane of existence for the local highway and street departments.  Pulaski County Highway...

Pulaski County Journal

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Winamac, IN 46996

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