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The Kastens, Mike and Jenny, and historical society board members, Ryan Harrison, Kathi Thompson, Lin Morrison, Becky Dilts and Janet Onken, recently celebrated the selling of the opera house.
The Pulaski County Historical Society sold the historic Vurpillat Opera House building in downtown Winamac to Mike and Jenny Kasten. The closing took place Friday, July 17. The Kastens are owners of One-Eyed Jack’s, also in downtown Winamac. The building has been the property and a project of the...
The roof was constructed by July 20 and it appears the project is almost complete except that the inside of the restrooms are not ready.
The restroom/shelter project is almost complete and the overall project of the Winamac Parks and Recreation Board is well underway. The Winamac Parks and Recreation Board met during a special meeting on July 23 to discuss a change order of the project.   The restroom and shelter project not only...
Taylor Jennings was crowned the 2020 Miss Pulaski County Sunday afternoon. Jennings’ court includes first runner-up Shalihn Compton, second runner-up Jenna Cords and Miss Congeniality Danni-Jo Rausch. The court posed with contestant Mahailia Dugan, 2019 Miss Pulaski County Jillian Brumm and contestant Ashlee Keller.
The contestants of the 2020 Miss Pulaski County pageant didn’t allow the lack of an audience to dim their shine as they took the stage Sunday afternoon.  The judges met with six contestants, Jenna Cords, Ashlee Keller, Mahailia Dugan, Taylor Jennings, Shalihn Compton and Danni-Jo Rausch, who were...
Pulaski County Election Board members met on June 11 to discuss the steps to officially close the June 2 primary.  As part of the meeting, the board discussed what went well and what improvements need to be made. They also signed off on more than 30 rejected absentee ballots that could not be...
A press release that was posted to social media, June 6, states Pulaski County has had its first COVID-19 related death.  It announced the individual was an adult male, who is older than 60 years old, and was hospitalized as a COVID-19 patient. The statement does not indicate what hospital he was...
A base has been created for a new surface in the toddler playground area and all the equipment has been removed for new pieces.
The Winamac Parks and Recreation Board met for a regular meeting on June 4 and were updated on a few projects.  Board president Jon Chapman informed the board on the status of the park shelter and restroom project and on the welcome island project at the back entrance of the park.  Chapman said the...
This primary election will be noted in history not only for the changes made because of COVID-19 but also as one with the most number of candidates in the last several years.  Voters saw contested races not only at the federal and state level but also locally including District 1 and District 2...
​File Photo During each show various demonstrations will draw large crowds such as it did during the 42nd annual Northern Indiana Power From the Past.
The uncertainties of COVID-19 will again cause disappointment to many as the popular Northern Indiana Power From the Past event is canceled.  The decision to cancel the event was made during a meeting on May 19 with the organization officers and board directors.  This is not the first time in the...
Winamac Community High School is pleased to announce its top two graduates for the 2019-20 school year. Samantha DePoy, daughter of Scott and Stephanie DePoy, has been named the valedictorian and Ryan Huggler, son of Alan and Nancy Huggler, is the salutatorian. West Central High School has...
BraunAbility continues its voluntary response efforts to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus and will suspend its Winamac-based manufacturing operations through May 11. The proactive decision is due to both decreased product demand and the surge of positive cases reported in neighboring counties...

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