A storm with straight-line winds and hail caused residents in Winamac to be without power on Sunday. The hail caused minimal damage.
Storms are wreaking havoc on Indiana and Pulaski County has seen its fair share of rain as the storm season blows through.  On Sunday, July 23, hail and straight-line winds caused a power outage for residents in Winamac. The outage was caused by a few lines being down and two transformers that were...
A fire in the area of South Logan Street, south of Main Street, in Winamac caused damage to six different buildings on Saturday. Look for more photos in the March 8 Journal. 
George Street in Winamac will finally be paved as the Town of Winamac has been awarded grant funding from the state for additional roadwork.
Local municipalities and county officials were recently awarded for their efficient work as they applied for state grant funding in a few months time.  Pulaski County officials recently spent time learning how to grade roads and completed a Community Crossing 50/50 matching grant application. In...
More than 42 pilots were expected to join the flights during the Jets Over the Heartland. Pilots arrived on Thursday and stayed until Saturday. The roar of the turbine engines announced their arrival in Winamac.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
The Pulaski County Farmers’ Market kicked off the first official market on Saturday. The market is held in the Winamac municipal parking lot at the corner of Logan and Main streets. Although there were only a few vendors during the first event of the season, organizer Krysten Hinkle said there was a nice crowd of people who visited.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
Signs of the force from the ice and wind can be seen throughout the county. Additional damage that occurred because of the storm happened east of 110 E. Pearl St. in Winamac. The metal sheeting on the upper wall of the building came loose and landed on a parked vehicle on Dec. 29.
See more photos of the storm in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
The year-long celebration in anticipation of the 200th anniversary next year of President James Madison signing the act admitting Indiana as the 19th State of the Union began on Dec. 11.  Winamac joined the celebration with the raising of the flag honoring the bicentennial anniversary and reading a...
Multiple emergency agencies responded to an afternoon fire on Dec. 6 at Jenkins Service and Tire Company, located at the corner of SR 14 and Monticello Street in Winamac.  See the full story in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition. 
Decking the streets in the downtown areas and along Monticello Street (U.S. 35) has been a tradition of the Town of Winamac for numerous years, but this year the lights are shining brighter.  The holiday lights that shine on the corridor of Monticello Street from Spring Street to Jefferson Street...


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