A change could be coming to rates paid by companies who use the lead rail track in the industrial park.Continue reading
A night of participating in the Operation Pullover event resulted in a La Porte County Sheriff’s Captain arresting two people after a vehicle and foot pursuit Saturday night.Continue reading
A solar farm ordinance sits on the burner for two weeks for more consideration by the Starke County Commissioners.Continue reading
Frain Mortuary is partnering with the Winamac American Legion Post #71 and Winamac VFW Post #1728 to make small American flags available to families to place at a gravesite of a veteran. While the members of the veteran’s organizations usually complete this task, a gravesite may be overlooked. If a flag needs to be placed at a gravesite, they can be picked up at Frain Mortuary in Winamac. The gravesite location will be added to the list for next year.Continue reading
In an effort to move forward with plans for the trails system in Starke County, Prairie Trails Club member Steve Lucas presented a resolution for consideration by the Starke County Commissioners Monday night.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners adopted the Dog Noise Abatement Ordinance Monday night.Continue reading
Culver Town officials are concerned about illegal dumping at the public dumping area at the town’s street garage.Continue reading
A Royal Center man suffered injuries in an accident on U.S. 35 near the Tippecanoe River State Park in Pulaski County Saturday night.Continue reading
An unsafe property on Lakeshore Drive in Culver will sit in its current state until an appeal is decided in the Indiana Court of Appeals.Continue reading
The Starke County Council members meet tonight to discuss Kankakee River flood prevention, a county mental health appropriation, and a credit card request from Prosecutor Leslie Baker.Continue reading
Three kayakers floating on the Yellow River encountered an issue upon nearing an area ¼ mile west of 1100 E. in Starke County Saturday night.Continue reading
The National Weather Service predicts strong storms Sunday evening that could produce damaging winds, hail and an isolated tornado.Continue reading
New paramedics joined the Culver-Union Township EMS staff.
EMS Director Kathy Hart notified the Culver Town Council members on Tuesday night that she was able to hire three new paramedics to join the department.
The struggle to find paramedics has been a region-wide issue for several years. Hart previously shared that surrounding departments utilize paramedics for overtime so sometimes they’re not available to work at the Culver department.
The Culver Town Council members approved an ordinance amendment in 2017 that increases the hourly wage for a new advanced paramedic to a range from $10.00 to $15.50 an hour. With wage increases since then, it is higher now.
The Culver Police Department is available to register golf carts for the upcoming season.Continue reading
A local officer will serve as a member of the Caliber Client Advisory Board.Continue reading
Contractors can now submit bids for the proposed Cavalier Park project in the Town of Culver.Continue reading
A former Pulaski County Judge is facing a felony charge after an incident at the Winamac VFW Post #1728 Saturday night.Continue reading
A Plymouth man is in the Starke County Jail after allegedly threatening Starke Circuit Court Judge Kim Hall.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members opened a public hearing Tuesday night to gather public comments on a proposed resolution that would grant tax abatement for The Paddocks, the second phase of a housing project following the completion of the Sand Hill Farms workforce housing development project on West Jefferson Street in Culver.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council will meet tonight where they will hold a public hearing concerning tax abatement for The Paddocks.Continue reading