West Central School Corporation students will be part of a body safety presentation on Nov. 13.
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation’s school bus drivers will be providing training on bus safety to all students who ride the bus and the rest of the student body.
Tomorrow is Election Day! Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time tomorrow.
The West Central building principals presented the school improvement plans to the school board members last week.
The Starke County Commissioners will meet tonight where IT Director Richard Franks and EMA Director J. Nier will update the board on the fire department radio communications issue and the Starke County First Responders. Also, they will talk about an invoice from J&K Communications for radios.
Officers from the La Porte City Police Department will be increasing patrols to ensure that drivers are following extended school bus stop arm laws.
The West Central School Board members reviewed changes made to the 2019-2020 Course Description Book during their Thursday night meeting.
The Indiana State Department of Health recorded the state’s first influenza-related death of the season.
The November General Election is just a few days away. If you can’t make it to the polls on Election Day, there are a few opportunities for you to vote early to ensure your vote counts.
The man found guilty of killing a Starke County resident will be sentenced next week.
A man accused of killing his father and his father’s girlfriend at a home in Winamac in March will appear for a final Pre-Trial hearing in Pulaski Circuit Court on Tuesday, Jan. 29.
Blessed Katharina Kasper was canonized on Oct. 14 by Pope Francis in Rome. She is now known as Saint Katharina Kasper. She founded the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ in 1851.
The members of the Psi Iota Xi Sorority in Knox invite you to the Winter Wonderful craft and vendor show on Saturday, Nov. 3
A Walkerton woman was sentenced in Starke Circuit Court on Tuesday morning on a Level 5 Felony charge of attempted trafficking with an inmate.
The Culver Town Council members approved a contract for the Culver Beach Lodge project last week.
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Firefighters from several area fire departments were called to a large structure fire in San Pierre Monday night.
There are still a few days remaining for voters to cast an early ballot in this year’s November General Election.
Any illegally placed campaign signs in the Town of Culver will be removed if there are complaints received.
The owner of 6 N. Pearl Street in Knox gave an update to the Knox Board of Works members last week. The property was previously deemed unsafe, but Lucia Valladares purchased the property on a tax sale and has been working to remodel the home in the hopes to provide a nice home for a family.
A high-speed pursuit that began in Marshall County and ended in a usually heavily-traveled intersection in Knox resulted in the arrest of the driver.