Winamac

Sunday afternoon at the Winamac town depot, Halloween went to the dogs at the Howl-O-Ween dog walk sponsored by Pulaski Animal Center. Dogs and their human companions took a stroll on the Panhandle Pathway, enjoying a perfect fall afternoon.
A public hearing was held on Monday, Oct. 10 for the town of Winamac's proposed application to the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs for a blight clearance grant. The grant will be used to tear down the old elevator at 302 S. Logan St. in Winamac. The proposed budget for the project is...
On Monday, March 21, at approximately 2:40 p.m., a silver 2000 Buick LeSabre driven by Cynthia M Palmer, 55, collided with the Venture Wireless (Verizon) building located at 329 N US 35 in Winamac. According to the incident report from the Winamac Police Department, a minor passenger was also...
The Pulaski County Farmers Market is about to usher in its 2021 season, marking its sixth year. In its first year at the Pulaski County Farmers Market, the Power of Produce (POP) Club will feature weekly educational activities for kids to take part in at both the Winamac and Francesville farmers...
An increase in the number of drivers who are violating the school bus stop arm has local police concerned.  Pulaski County Sheriff’s Detective Sgt. Chris Schramm said the number of drivers violating the bus stop arm seems to be increasing so he wants to remind drivers of the law.  The drivers who...
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...
School board members, administration and staff at Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation will soon be undertaking a rather large project as they prepare to implement the strategic plan of the corporation.  Superintendent Dara Chezem briefly spoke about the plan and what the next steps are to...
Four Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members were sworn in Monday evening before the regular meeting. Corporation treasurer Angie Anspach led Beth Ruff, Jimmy Terry, Scott Hanson and Rob Zeider in their oath of office.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members have decided to continue the benefits of the expanded paid sick leave act regarding COVID-19.  Superintendent Dara Chezem explained, during a regular school board meeting Monday evening, that the act expired and school corporations now have...

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