A pair of Francesville residents wanted on a slew of drug charges is now facing additional drug-related counts.
The Winamac Town Council plans to investigate their recycling and refuse options in the coming months.
During Monday’s meeting, council members discussed their current service provider – which is currently under a two year contract. A couple of council members pointed to concerns raised with them about the level of service but also about the way recycling is being managed.
Two towns in Pulaski County have been added to the list of Indiana Main Street Communities. Continue reading
Pulaski County officials had the opportunity to hear from the state’s top economic development representative.
Jim Schellinger, President of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, spoke to a modest crowd gathered at One Eyed Jack’s Restaurant and Lounge in Winamac on Tuesday about the efforts being made by his offices.
The Pulaski County Republican Party held a caucus on Monday to select a replacement for a vacancy on the Winamac Town Council.
A spot was opened following the death of Winamac Town Council President Kenneth McFarland earlier this year. Since that time, Tommy Murray has been acting president of the council.
A longtime Winamac official will be laid to rest today. Funeral services for Town Council President Kenneth McFarland are this morning at 10:00 at Frain Mortuary. Continue reading
A tangible step for eventual rezoning of the former Pleasant View Rest Home is scheduled for early June.
Pulaski County CDC Executive Director Nathan Origer says an informal meeting was held between representatives of the county and the president of the Winamac Plan Commission.
The President of the Winamac Plan Commission says they are thinking about the biggest benefit before to making any decisions on the former Pleasant View Rest Home.
State Senator Ed Charbonneau appeared in Winamac on Wednesday afternoon to review a few accomplishments from the 2016 legislative session.
Meeting with community members at One-Eyed Jack’s restaurant, Charbonneau addressed residents about Indiana’s road funding plan. The legislation – which received approval near the end of the session – aims to provide about $800-million in road funding for state and local roadways.
The Winamac Town Council has updated one of its policies to coincide with what is reflected in state law.
During Monday night’s Pulaski County Commissioners meeting, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers appeared before the board to discuss a collaborative effort to tear down the structure, otherwise known as the Long Branch property.
Firefighters were called to a business in Winamac after a report of a fire on Sunday.
According to officials with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department, Jenkins Service and Tire Sales, located in the 400 block of North Monticello Street, is the site of the blaze.
The Pulaski County Commissioners heard the request at their meeting last night. The structure, located in the 200 block of West Main Street in Winamac, was deemed unsafe after problems with the structure as well as mold were located.
A hearing was held during Tuesday night’s Commissioner’s meeting for the property, located in the 200 block of West Main Street. The facility is home to a tax service company, but according to County Building Inspector Dave Dare, it has been neglected over the years.
A new program is helping certain students at Eastern Pulaski Schools better learn information if they’ve fallen behind.
Don’t miss your chance to join in on the Spirit of Pulaski County Festival tomorrow. The festival, formerly known as German Fest, had a name change in order to be able to include different things and be more all encompassing. Continue reading
A mobile home was heavily damaged following a Thursday morning fire in Pulaski County.
The Winamac Volunteer Fire Department responded to the call around 5:22 a.m. in the area of 3200 North and 300 West in Ripley. Once on scene, firefighters noticed the south end of the mobile home was engulfed.
Flooding along the Tippecanoe River has left the ground saturated in the Winamac Town Park.
According to Town Manager Brad Zellers, however, there’s not much the Town can do to help with the situation. As things stand, water from the river is coming into the back of the park.
The Town of Winamac is being affected by flooding on the Tippecanoe River.
The Town of Winamac furthered discussions on a project that looks to create walking trails in the community.
During Monday night’s Town Council meeting, pricing for a section of the Winamac Parkway was reviewed. That walking trail is being developed along with other similar projects.