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Superintendent Zylstra and the board stated that they are currently in the talking stages of what particular language could be used in a potential change to the school's firearm policy. The proposed change would allow certain approved, responsible individuals and board members to carry firearms on...
Pulaski County Pack- A-Backpack volunteers were kept busy Saturday morning as a steady stream of generous individuals stopped by to aid in the effort of providing school supplies for the upcoming school year. Val Rae Fritz was one of many dropping off a donation to volunteer Sandy Lucas.
The Winamac Town Park was buzzing Tuesday, July 27, for the annual Kiwanis Kids Day celebration. One of the largest turnouts on record turned out for the free event giving youngsters an opportunity for some outdoor fun before the start of school. There was something for everyone from face painting...
Jessica Schramm, Chris Schramm, Melanie Burger, Sally Schultz and Greg Henry make it official declaring Marty Kelly the winner of the Memorial Swinging Bridge river ball race.
Sunday evening, 600 brightly colored balls were dropped into the Tippecanoe River in the back of the Winamac Town Park and raced to the Memorial Swinging Bridge in the first-annual river ball race. Marty Kelly was declared the winner, followed by Bill Moody in second place and Kenny Weppler in...
Though fencing leads up to the front entrance of the Pulaski County Justice Center, the doors remain accessible.
At a regular meeting on July 19, the start of the mobilization of the justice center project, the Pulaski County Commissioners opened a total of 12 rebids throughout five broad categories: roofing, glass and glazing, flooring, furnishing specialties, and landscaping. The bids for roofing were split...
Increased concerns about the town of Medaryville's enforcement of the upkeep of lawns and garbage arose once more at a regular town council session on July 15. During the meeting, a Medaryville citizen mentioned that he has noticed the town is going backward in its progress. A few years ago it...
Workers took a break and posed for a picture in front of the future LifeWise Academy West Central building. Pictured are Aaron Malchow, Jonathan Good, Brian Putt, Noah Young (top), Ryan Smith and Steffan Parry.
After many months of planning and preparing, LifeWise Academy West Central is coming to fruition as construction on the physical building has officially commenced. Now, nearly five months later, the physical LifeWise Academy building is being constructed off of school grounds, just south of West...
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Among the many approvals at the regular Pulaski County Council meeting on July 16 were the tax abatement guideline resolution and the additionals for the coroner's autopsy account. After brief discussion, councilman Mike Tiede made a motion followed by a second by Thompson to grant the coroner's...
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A regular Francesville Town Council meeting began with some excitement as the council swore in a new member to begin his new chapter on the council. It was announced Monday night that Tom Thomas will be filling the seat of long-time member Pam Antrim, who at the June 21st meeting, announced her...
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According to the Winamac Town Council meeting on Monday, July 12, the Winamac Police Department is going to be continue to pass out warnings and eventually fines to those who have continued to violate the town's golf cart ordinance. At the meeting, council president Tom Murray brought up that he...

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