A sixteen year old South Central student is using her own personal tragedy to help draw attention to safety concerns at a hazardous intersection near the school.Continue reading
Now that some more solid plans are in place for proposed renovations at the North Judson-Elementary School, officials are able to start thinking about future uses for unused space at the Middle School Building.Continue reading
The Winamac Police Department and surrounding agencies will be brushing up on some skills with a training session that’s being hosted this today, Thursday and Friday, according to Town Marshal Mark Hoffman.Continue reading
With plenty of places around the City of Knox decked out with decorations there are a plethora of potential participants for this year’s Holiday Decorating Contest.Continue reading
South Central Student Elle Kimmel has made it her personal mission to improve the safety at an intersection where a fatal accident that claimed the life of her father occurred in February of 2007.Continue reading
Some preliminary details about a proposed building project at North Judson-San Pierre Elementary School were shared during a work session last week.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council was presented with a list of utility bill write-offs when members met Monday evening.Continue reading
A joint workshop between the Knox City Council and Planning Commission was held recently to clear up some confusion about the City’s authority in the two mile jurisdiction.Continue reading
While a lot of progress has been made at the structure destined to be a recovery resource in Starke County, there’s still work to be done before Hope Restored will be able to open its doors to residents.Continue reading
Residents still have time to sign-up to be a part of this year’s Light Up North Judson Outdoor Holiday Decorating contest.
The deadline, which was originally scheduled for last week has been extended. Citizens now have until 4 p.m. on Thursday, December 12th to turn their applications into North Judson Town Hall on Lane Street.Continue reading
The 2020 Salary Ordinance for the Town of Winamac will be discussed during tonight’s Town Council meeting.Continue reading
More than $50,000 was donated to the Starke County Community Foundation as a result of this week’s Giving Tuesday event!
Giving Tuesday, the global generosity movement that was first launched in 2012, helps provide local people and organizations with the power to transform their communities. It was started with the simple idea of creating a day that encourages people to do good.Continue reading
Today’s the day; the annual City of Knox Christmas Peppermint Parade Event kicks off this afternoon!Continue reading
Officials in the Town of North Judson recently issued a reminder regarding trash and recycling pick-up.Continue reading
Two men are facing charges following a fight that reportedly occurred at a Plymouth home Thursday evening.
According to authorities, Plymouth Police officers were dispatched to a residence on Hoham Drive in reference to a fight at that location and an injured male at the address.Continue reading
The Caring Cupboards initiative, which got its start locally in Marshall County has spread across the area and even reached over county lines.Continue reading
Park employees as well as residents and organization representatives in the Town of North Judson have been busy decorating Norwayne Field for the Town’s annual Christmas festivities. It all kicks off at 5:45 p.m. tonight with the parade that will bring Santa Clause into town.
That will be followed by the tree lighting at 6 p.m. Once that wraps up, community members are invited to the United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall to meet with Santa and enjoy cookies and cocoa.
Following the Santa visit, there will be a screening of Polar Express at the Heartland Christian Center.
Check out the North Judson Park and Recreation Board’s Facebook Page for additional details.
Last month, the Starke County Sheriff’s Department held a fundraiser in conjunction with national ‘No Shave November’ campaign. They gathered a total of $3,700 and donated it to local schools to pay off negative lunch account balances.Continue reading
A Stellar-bration will be held in the region on Thursday, December 19 to celebrate this accomplishment.
While the Constellation of Starke did not get this year’s designation, as a finalist region about $333,000 will come into the County to support community development.Continue reading