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The Monterey Town Council addressed a variety of concerns about matters in town during a regular council meeting held on the evening of Tuesday, July 13. Council president Doug Denton explained that although they would like for something to be done about the Sportsman, right now their hands are...
The 44th annual Northern Indiana Power From the Past was held in Winamac July 15-18. The children's train ride around the Power From the Past event is a time-honored tradition. 
At a regular board meeting held on Monday, July 12, superintendent Dara Chezem stated that students are still on track to come back to school in August in person, five days a week, but some COVID precautions will still have to be taken to ensure safe instruction. In accordance with the federal...
At a regular session meeting on July 7, during the justice center project update, Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer stated that renovations on the justice center are currently on track to start the week of July 19. I already warned Kelly [Gaumer] about...
The Tippecanoe river was a little high after all of the rain during fair week, which was June 26-July 1.
Park Manager Aaron Spanley stated during a regular Winamac Parks and Recreation meeting held on Thursday, July 8 that the Winamac Town Park only acquired minimal flooding. We had minimal flooding, however we did have water in the back, and that's why the gates were closed," Spanley said. We're just...
The July 8 meeting began with board president Jeff Lowry and superintendent Dan Zylstra announcing the public hearing on the master contract, a mandatory move in accordance with Indiana state law. There was public comment during the hearing, with Dave Reif speaking to the board on behalf of the...
The participants in the 2021 Ultimate Showmanship Competition gathered for a photo with judge Clint Shireman. Pictured from left to right are Kyle Gibson (six-year 4-H member), Jacob Sanders (eightyear 4-H member), Lucas Fagner (four-year 4-H member), judge Clint Shireman, Tori Culp (10-year 4-H member), Sydney Anderson (eight-year 4-H member) and Taylee Ringen (eight-year 4-H member).
After a brief hiatus in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ultimate showman competition came back to the Pulaski County 4-H fair with one of its strongest groups of showmen yet. However, only one person can achieve the title of Ultimate Showman 2021, and the person who rose above them all was...
2021 Miss Pulaski County Jenna Zeider, the daughter of Rich and Elaine Zeider, shared a sweet kiss with her father.
At this year's 4-H livestock auction, bidders received triple the opportunities to win the bid for a royal kiss. Two 2020 4-H Achievement Queen, two 2021 4-H Achievement Queen, and two Miss Pulaski County kisses were auctioned off and won by the highest bidders.
The Dairy Queen driveway was blocked for an extended period of time due to pumping.
A water main break on Tuesday, June 29 added more water to an already wet week for Winamac, shutting down the southbound lanes of U.S. 35 for an extended period of time. According to the Indiana Department of Transportation, all southbound lanes of U.S. 35 were closed between Ontario Street and...

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