More than a year and a half after a fire that destroyed two buildings, the rubble has yet to be removed from one of the lots.
It’s a tale of two Winamac town lots.  Both lots suffered the same fates, but one could now be considered a pleasant view of green, while the other is the nightmare of town officials — an eyesore of rubble and hazards.  Both lots once held businesses but on Saturday, March 4, 2017, at 8:56 a.m.,...
The shooting of a house could have been deadly as the bullets hit a bed of a Winamac man during the early morning hours on June 19.  Police were called to the 400 block of south Burson Street for what was thought to be shots fired at a building just after midnight. The building was an apartment...
A storm with straight-line winds and hail caused residents in Winamac to be without power on Sunday. The hail caused minimal damage.
Storms are wreaking havoc on Indiana and Pulaski County has seen its fair share of rain as the storm season blows through.  On Sunday, July 23, hail and straight-line winds caused a power outage for residents in Winamac. The outage was caused by a few lines being down and two transformers that were...
A fire in the area of South Logan Street, south of Main Street, in Winamac caused damage to six different buildings on Saturday. Look for more photos in the March 8 Journal. 
George Street in Winamac will finally be paved as the Town of Winamac has been awarded grant funding from the state for additional roadwork.
Local municipalities and county officials were recently awarded for their efficient work as they applied for state grant funding in a few months time.  Pulaski County officials recently spent time learning how to grade roads and completed a Community Crossing 50/50 matching grant application. In...


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