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High water was seen on Circle Drive and Park Avenue in Francesville.
Most of Pulaski County was underwater this past week as Post-Tropical Cyclone Beryl made its way through Indiana. Hurricane Beryl made landfall in the early morning on Monday, July 8 near Matagorda Beach, Texas. It was classified as a category 1 hurricane with peak winds at 80 mph. The hurricane...
Miss Pulaski County Maggie Smith’s kiss went for $1,750, it was purchased by Rory Smith.
4-H Achievement Royalty Raegan Kasten and Taylee Ringen both opted to auction-off baskets at this year's Pulaski County 4-H & Community Fair's annual auction, held on Wednesday, July 3. Raegan's basket was purchased by Shay Kasten for $400 and Taylee's was purchased by Proscapes Landscaping for...
Soon, two of the four "Welcome to Monterey" signs will be getting a refresh thanks to an upwards vote from the Monterey Town Council at a regular board meeting on Tuesday, July 9. Town board president Doug Denton said that two replacement signs would cost about $325 each. Board members pointed out...
After-school tutoring will continue to be available to middle and high school students at Eastern Pulaski schools thanks to a unanimous upwards vote from the school board on Monday, July 8. Superintendent Dara Chezem said that they have been providing after-school tutoring to students in grades 6-...
Participants in the 2024 Ultimate Showman contest gathered for a photo at the conclusion of the competition on July 2. Pictured are Lucas Fagner (7 year member), Casey Lynch (5 year member), Isaiah Wamsley (1 year member), Ultimate Showman winner Taylee Ringen (9 year member), Alana Kasten (8 year member), Sophia Watwood (3 year member) and Gatlen Olson (8 year member).
Last year member Taylee Ringen capped off her 4-H career right with a second Ultimate Showman title win Tuesday night. She won the title for the first time in 2022 and then competed again in 2023, but was wedged out by Jacob Sanders. This year, Ringen represented horse and pony and dairy heifers....
The Pulaski County Health Department will be aiding the town of Medaryville in putting up sunscreen units at the town park and the ball diamond this summer. The units will be motion activated and will have 400 pumps on each one. The health department will be providing the sunscreen and the...
The Pulaski County Council recently met for a public hearing on a non-compliance abatement waiver for Vander Haag's Inc. during a special meeting on Monday, July 1. Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer explained that the public hearing was required to be...
Pulaski County Coroner Jennifer Johns gave some updates on her request for a power cot and a new vehicle during a regular commissioners meeting on Monday, July 1. Johns explained that upon speaking with a Stryker representative, she learned that they will not have to pay any shipping on the power...
Miss Pulaski County Maggie Smith with Miss Pulaski County 2023 Alexia Intravaia, first runner-up and People’s Choice winner Raegan Kasten and queen’s court members, Anna Jones and Jazmine Prater.
Maggie Smith was crowned Miss Pulaski County 2024 and Miss Congeniality Friday, June 28. She is joined by Miss Pulaski County 2023 Alexia Intravaia, first runner-up and People's Choice winner Raegan Kasten and queen's court members, Anna Jones and Jazmine Prater. Taylee Ringen and Raegan Kasten...
The Winamac Town Council learned about a potential Eagle Scout project to refresh the paint on the caboose at the Winamac Train Depot.
The Winamac Town Council is working towards next steps for downtown revitalization. Resident Claude LeMere came back before the council on Monday, June 10, about putting together a grant program for the downtown. First, LeMere said that town attorney Justin Schramm would need to prepare an...

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