TOWN OF WINAMAC

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...
Three new Ginkgo trees have been planted behind the entertainment stage at the 4-H fairgrounds.
The Winamac Town Park has come to life once again as sports and park activities ramp up for another season. Parks manager Aaron Spanley shared during a regular parks board meeting on Thursday, May 2 that 13 new trees have recently been planted around the park and the fairgrounds thanks to a grant....
The Winamac Town Council picked up their conversation about fire territories at regular meeting on Monday, April 8. Town manager Brad Zellers and clerk-treasurer Kendra Craft have recently met with Baker Tilly about the matter. The town board has been discussing potentially establishing a fire...
Officer Charles “Chuck” Kent
Winamac Police Chief Tyler Campbell recently brought forth his recommendation to hire a new officer. He advised the Winamac Metropolitan Board of Police Commissioners that they held a hiring process and they had two good, qualified applicants. They were both certified, but one of the applicants was...
Revitalizing downtown Winamac and its historic buildings was one of the many items discussed at a recent town council meeting. Pictured is Market Street in Winamac circa 1930s. The postcard was published by Carpers Drug Store, Winamac. It was printed by Eagle Post Card View Company Inc., New York. The postcard, owned by Rick Norton, is not dated but the vehicles indicate it could be 1930s-1940s.
The Winamac Town Council recently heard a proposal for the rehabilitation and revitalization of downtown Winamac from resident Claude LeMere. LeMere said that he has a background in rehabilitating downtowns and has a passion for restoring and preserving their history. LeMere had several items that...
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The Winamac Town Council continued their conversation on officer retention for the Winamac Police Department during a regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 12. They ultimately passed motions to approve both a pay raise and a take home car program to assist in trying to attract and retain officers to the...
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...
Demolition officially started this past week on a former Winamac grain elevator located at 302 S. Logan Street. The town of Winamac received a Blight Clearance Program grant in the amount of $252,440 for the demolition, removal of debris and the conversion to a green space.
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The Winamac Police Department is still seeking a solution for the challenges they are facing with officer retention. It's important to note that retention is not just exclusive to the Winamac Police Department, however. There are far fewer men and women going into law enforcement across the nation...
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The housing development opportunity that was discussed at the December Winamac Town Council meeting was brought before the Pulaski County Commissioners on Tuesday, Jan. 2. Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer advised that the area to the east behind the...

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