Pulaski County officials plan to discuss a proposed west side industrial park with a potential tenant. Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer told the county commissioners last week he’s working with two potential businesses. Continue reading
The Starke County Emergency Management Agency wants to get stakeholders in the county’s radio communications system together in an attempt to solve problems with both VHF and 800 mHz systems. Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council is a step closer to making a decision on potential water and wastewater upgrades. Vince Sommers with Commonwealth Engineers discussed a cost-savings analysis with council members last week. Continue reading
The Knox skate park has reopened, following several months of repair work. Park Superintendent George Byer says the facility in Wythogan Park is now officially available for use. Continue reading
U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski says President Donald Trump has accomplished quite a bit since taking office in January, including the successful confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. Continue reading
The Knox Community School Corporation has realized significant savings by dropping the insurance on their one-to-one technology devices. Continue reading
Abstinence proponent Pam Stenzel brought her message to Starke County last week. Continue reading
Volunteering can go a long way in helping your local community, but volunteers should also think about how they themselves benefit from their efforts. Continue reading
Two Michigan City officers were involved in an off-duty shooting incident on Saturday afternoon.
According to an Indiana State Police report, the officers were working security at Franciscan Health in Michigan City when they were called to the parking lot for a family dispute. Thomas J. Walsh III, 46, of Michigan City, reportedly did not want to leave the passenger seat in a Ford F-150 pickup truck to seek medical assistance.
Changes to the North Judson-San Pierre Junior/Senior High School Handbook approved this week by the school board reflect both the consolidation of two buildings into one and the changing times. Continue reading
Those using the Pulaski County Recycling & Transfer Station will soon notice a few changes at the facility. Continue reading
Starke County Community Services recognized several local residents and organizations during a volunteer recognition luncheon Thursday.
The Knox Community High School Drama Department is staging a popular musical production this weekend.
Director Terril Hahn says she chose “The Music Man” for a few different reasons.
“It’s got a great big cast. It’s a fun show. It is also one of Mrs. Pickell and Mrs. Geisler’s favorite shows, and this is their last show because they are retiring.”
Cleanup of North Judson’s Highland and Pioneer cemeteries will be taking place over the next week. The town’s asking residents to remove items by Monday, to make sure they won’t be broken. Continue reading
With the investigation of two separate vehicle accidents that ejected multiple people out of vehicles, Indiana State Police troopers urge drivers and passengers to use seat belts.
Indiana law requires all passengers to be restrained while in a moving vehicle. Children and adults need to be properly restrained while the vehicle is in operation. If anyone is observed not wearing a seat belt, law enforcement can write a ticket for the law violation.
Producers of a popular cable television show are looking for locations in northern Indiana to possibly tape upcoming episodes. “American Pickers” Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz travel the countryside in search of what they call “rusty gold.” Continue reading
A local school corporation will soon be looking for a new superintendent. Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council will soon have a new member, following the resignation of Nathan Bradley. Clerk-Treasurer Alicia Collins says Bradley is moving out of town, requiring him to give up his council seat. Continue reading
Bella Vita Pregnancy Resource Center in Knox is working to step up its efforts. Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation is taking significant steps to raise standardized test scores for 7th and 8th grade students. Junior/Senior High School Principal Jim Polite told the school board Tuesday they will expand math and English/language arts offerings during the school day. Continue reading