The woman who is suspected of killing three children and injuring another with her vehicle as they crossed the street in an attempt to board a Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation school bus was in Fulton Superior Court on Thursday morning.
The cause of a train derailment in Hamlet on Wednesday remains under investigation.
Today (Thursday) will be a big day for Marshall County and the Town of Culver.
The staff members at the Winamac Middle School are always attempting to assist students with coping mechanisms and how to deal with stresses of life. Principal Ryan Dickinson told the Eastern Pulaski School Board members Monday night that Guidance Counselor John King has been in classrooms and Erica Richwine with the Leadership Council has worked to put together some tactics.
Railroad crews are on the scene of a derailment of several soybean grain train cars on the CF&E Railroad track on 750 E. south of U.S. 30 in Hamlet.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has a new member.
Several training opportunities in October have proved successful for the crews at the Starke County Highway Department. Superintendent Rik Ritzler told the Starke County Commissioners that the snow plow drivers brushed up on skills and new drivers took in new information presented by Mark Ennis of Bliss-McKnight.
Students in the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation are taking the pledge to stop and look when it comes to school bus and student safety.
Starke County Highway Superintendent Rik Ritzler told the county commissioners last week that he’s planning to ask the county council members next week to approve some additional appropriations.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board members will meet tonight where they will approve a job description for a Graduation and Career Coach. The position will be funded by an RLIS grant in the amount of $26,490.
Work has begun on the construction of a new Starke County Environmental Management Office.
A couple who owns property at Bass Lake wants to take possession of unclaimed property adjacent to theirs, but it may not be an easy task.
The Indiana State Board of Education will publicly release the 2017-2018 School Accountability Grades next week. West Central School Superintendent Don Street said that information will allow school officials to complete certain paperwork for teachers. “Once those letter grades are released, then we’re able to complete teacher’s financial contracts for this year,” he says. “All evaluations are based on the school’s letter grades.”
The Starke County EMS staff has been busy with ongoing training. EMS Director Travis Clary gave the update during Monday’s Starke County Commissioners meeting.
The Veteran’s Day program at the West Central School Corporation will be held Monday, Nov. 12.
The Knox-Center Township Fire Department firefighters battled an outbuilding fire Wednesday morning.
The Starke County Commissioners opened a public hearing concerning the application for a planning grant to get the county closer to a possible finalist status in the selection of next year’s Regional Stellar Communities Designation Program.
The West Central School Board members last week took a look at funding for the Career and Technical Education classes offered, according to Superintendent Don Street.
It was a big night for Starke County Republican candidates in the November General Election.
The Culver Community Schools Corporation referendum passed, according to the majority voters who cast a ballot in the four districts that make up the corporation.