The Culver Town Council members are seeking input tonight on facility rental fees and services offered at the Culver Town Park, including the Damore Amphitheater.
Officers with the Starke County Sheriff’s Department responded to an armed robbery incident at the gas station in Koontz Lake on Monday night.
The Starke County Election Board members will be looking into upgrading the county’s Microvote voting machines.
The Culver Town Council members continue to work to clean up nuisance properties.
The Starke County Commissioners will meet tonight where a new security measure will be in place.
The fundraising effort for an aerial fire truck for the Culver-Union Township Fire Department has ended.
A snow removal company will clear sidewalks in a snow event for ease of residents in the Culver business district.
The Starke County Election Board members discussed a complaint filed by a voter in the November General Election.
The Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce presents the Winter Wonderland event in Winamac this Saturday.
The Town of Culver will welcome in the holiday season tonight with the annual Christmas caroling and tree lighting ceremony.
The Starke County Election Board members heard appeals from three candidates concerning fines assessed from delinquent candidate financial reports prior to the November General Election.
The Culver Town Council members held the first reading of the 2019 salary ordinance Tuesday night.
The sentencing hearing for child molesting suspect 34-year-old Adam Fritz was delayed in Starke Circuit Court after a proposed plea agreement was filed the day of the hearing.
All Starke County recycling collection sites will close as soon as Saturday, Dec. 1.
The Culver Town Council reviewed an ordinance Tuesday night that would rezone a parcel between 18600 State Road 10 and 18550 State Road 10 from Residential-1 to Commercial-2.
The Starke County Election Board members will hold a public hearing today at 9 a.m. to hear appeals from three candidates who filed late campaign finance reports. The reports were due by noon in the Clerk’s Office on Friday, Oct. 19.
The presence of security officers may soon be seen at upcoming Starke County government meetings.
The Culver Town Council members will meet tonight where they will consider the second and third readings of an ordinance that would rezone certain property within the jurisdiction of the town and its two-mile jurisdiction.
Several state training opportunities are planned this week and in December for many of the newly elected officials taking office on Jan. 1. Starke County Commissioner Kathy Norem relayed some of the training courses available to the new office holders attending last week’s commissioners meeting.
The Culver Town Council members continued a discussion on rental fees for the Damore Amphitheater and the Culver Beach Lodge.