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Dave DeLorenzo has resigned as the Winamac parks manager.  The Winamac Town Council received his letter during their regular meeting on Monday, March 8 He submitted a three-week notice “due to recent unjust comments,” according to the letter. His resignation was approved by the council.  Town...
The tradition of graduation on a Friday evening will soon change for Winamac Community High School seniors.   Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members decided to change the dates of the 2022 and 2023 graduations to Sunday during a regular meeting Monday evening.  Superintendent...
Pulaski County is making a name for itself at the Indy 500 and it’s not with a vehicle and a driver.  For the third time within the last five years, Pulaski County will be represented in the Indy 500 festivities by a young woman who was named a 500 Festival Princess. This year, Rachel Ploss has...
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is again being investigated by outside agencies as evidence is missing.  The Federal Bureau of Investigations has started an investigation after cash was reported missing. This is the second time the sheriff’s office has been investigated for missing evidence...
Pulaski County Commissioners are making changes to the way people enter the courthouse but safety is still a priority.  The commissioners, who met Monday evening, have previously discussed the security of the courthouse and  have come to an agreement to open the building back up.  Commissioner...
Details of the courthouse and justice center renovations are being discussed and a couple of things are becoming apparent for county officials. One: The project is going to be a long process and work may not begin until next year. Two: This will cause a sizable inconvenience for county offices and...
Britni and Nick Fritz, along with the Winamac Town Council members Judy Heater, Tom Murray, Larry Weaver, Dave Schambers and Alvin Parish, celebrated the announcement of the Owen Abbott Memorial Splash Pad on Feb. 15.
Owen Abbott will forever be remembered by those who love him for his fun mischievousness and his heart. Owen, 13, was killed in a bus accident on Dec. 5, 2018, while the Winamac Community Middle School students were traveling on a field trip. He was well liked by his peers and teachers and is...
The wrestling season is winding down quickly and Saturday, four wrestling semi-states took place across Indiana as the last obstacle standing in the way of individuals looking for a spot in the state finals at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.  Four West Central grapplers advanced to East...
Pulaski County Council members questioned what they advertised to spend although discussion has previously occurred. During a regular meeting on Feb. 8, the council discussed advertised appropriations in the amount of $1,072,332.19. The appropriations were for $184,759.19 CARES Act funds, $839,750...
West Central School Board members were the students at a regular meeting and work sessions on Feb. 4.  Board members learned about what work could be done on the school buildings to maintain them and about a new religious program that could be offered to students.  Before the regular meeting, board...

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