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In addition to passing two town ordinances, the Monterey Town Council also heard a brief update on the Sportsman’s Bar and Grill during a regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13.
The Monterey Town Council approved two town ordinances Tuesday night, their first ordinances of the year. The first was Ordinance #1 of 2024, which establishes parameters for spending the town's ARPA money. An ordinance has to be adopted in order to spend that money. The town has been allotted $45,...
More than 600 students attended the 2024 College and Career Fair at the Logansport/Cass County Airport. Vendors presented information about a variety of career options available to students direct from high school graduation or after continued education.
Winamac Community High School Principal Cody Hook and Academic Advisor Emma Myers presented information about college and career pathways at a regular Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation school board meeting on Feb. 12. Principal Hook explained that schools are changing quite a bit, as...
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The Pulaski County Council continued their conversation on part-time, seasonal, call-in and board pay during a regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 12. Last month, it was proposed to set a flat rate for boards at $100 or $120 per member per attended meeting, but before they took it to a vote, they had...
West Central’s newly renovated band room.
West Central's design firm Moake Park Group gave a presentation during a regular school board meeting on Thursday, Feb. 1 to show the board their completed work on the band and choir room and to show them the possibilities for their next project. During their presentation, Jeremy Ogle and Evan...
The 2022 Art in the Park event showcased a wide variety of free, hands-on art activities for people of all ages.
Activity and improvements are expected once again on the west side of the bridge this spring, according to information given by Brandi Larkin of the Pulaski County Tribe (PCT) during a regular Winamac parks board meeting on Feb. 1. Larkin first stated that PCT would like to add additional plants to...
Early voting will be held on April 27 and May 4 at the Francesville Fire Station.
The Pulaski County Election Board recently announced early voting dates, times and locations ahead of the May 7 primary election. At the Pulaski County Highway Garage, located at 1131 N. US 35 in Winamac, early voting will be from Tuesday, April 9 to Friday, May 3, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m....
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The Pulaski County Commissioners agreed to sign a couple letters of support for broadband projects during a regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 5. Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer said that they have had some conversations with a number of Internet...
Digging was conducted by each wall around the courthouse on Tuesday, Jan. 30. Crews had to dig deep to see what exactly is underneath the courthouse’s retaining wall.
The work will help both the engineers and the architects determine what their options are for full repair of the retaining wall versus partial removal. Crews started some preliminary work on the courthouse lawn on Tuesday, Jan. 30. They dug around the courthouse's retaining wall in spots to see if...
About 20 feet of dirt and stone will be built up around the base of the silos at 302 S. Logan Street in Winamac.
Work has been continuing on the old Winamac grain elevator, according to information given at a recent Winamac Town Council meeting. Demolition officially started in early January on the former elevator located at 302 S. Logan Street. Most of the metal on the silos has now been taken down and...
Following up with last month's approval of moving forward with a water improvement project for the town, a discussion was held at a recent Francesville Town Council meeting about some of the potential details and next steps for the project. Ken Smith of the Municipal Civil Corporation advised that...

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