Some additional information about missing North Judson man James Runkle has been included in a statewide silver alert.
The alert notes that Runkle is a white male who is approximately 6’2” and weighs around 210 lbs with. He has a bald head and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a green shirt and camo pants. Authorities believe he could be in extreme danger and may require medical assistance.
Pulaski County Attorney Kevin Tankersley wanted to clear up
some confusion about the policy used when deciding to shut down the county
buildings and courthouse following the discovery of an alleged suspicious device
in the garbage can at the courthouse on Friday, Sept. 6.
The Starke County Broadband Readiness Plan is underway and input from residents is needed to help understand what options are available and how happy individuals are with their current service. To gather that feedback, a survey has been created.
The Starke County Election Board members considered
resolutions for poll worker hours during absentee voting hours at the North
Judson-Wayne Township Public Library and the second floor meeting room in the Starke
County Courthouse, but not before a lengthy discussion about offering a time
for lunch during a meeting Thursday afternoon.
Representatives from the Gary Sinise Foundation paid a visit to the LaCrosse Volunteer Fire Department Wednesday afternoon for a press conference.
The purpose of the conference was to publically recognize the grant worth nearly $100,000 that was awarded to the Department through the Foundation’s First Responders Outreach Program and to unveil the equipment that was ordered as a result of that funding contribution.
After months of continuous collaboration and focused engagement efforts, Constellation of Starke representatives will soon be sending off the final version of the Regional Development Plan for the Stellar Communities Designation Program.