Some concerns about the water project in North Judson interfering with the Mint Festival in June were addressed at Monday night’s town council meeting.Continue reading
The Starke County Sheriff’s Department Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team will host a fundraising banquet later this year.
The event will be held at the Nancy J. Dembowski Community Center in Knox from 5 p.m. until midnight on Saturday, April 20th.Continue reading
The Starke County Young Professionals group made more than $200 at their very first Trivia Night.
When the group held the first Trivia Night in Knox on Thursday, January 31st, they collected a total of $225 in registration fees.Continue reading
The North Judson-Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire near Denham Wednesday morning.Continue reading
North Judson Town council members were asked to consider establishing a lien write-off policy when they met Monday night.Continue reading
Time is running out to file a declaration of candidacy for the 2019 Municipal Primary Election.
All candidates interested in running must be filed at their County Clerk’s Office by noon, local time, on Friday, February 8th. No exceptions will be made.Continue reading
The Starke County Young Professionals group will meet this evening to discuss the first Trivia Night held in January and finalize plans for this month’s event.Continue reading
Officials at the North Judson-Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department will be able to convert multiple lights over to LED without utilizing any money from their budget.Continue reading
Hoosier drivers can expect to see gas prices continue to fluctuate during the month of February. GasBuddy’s Head of Petroleum Analysis Patrick DeHaan said drivers probably noticed higher prices starting on Monday of this week.Continue reading
Indiana State Police Troopers are now better equipped to assist individuals suffering from cardiac arrest and other heart problems thanks to a recent equipment donation.
This year, the Bolt for the Heart Foundation was able to provide 134 Automated External Defibrillators (AED) to the Indiana State Police.Continue reading
The North Judson police officers will be able to brush up on some of their certifications while allowing Med One Mobile to utilize the Department’s training center.Continue reading
Though it’s likely you’re enjoying this week’s moderate temperatures far more than last week’s frigid weather, unfortunately, those fluctuations can cause ideal conditions for pothole formation.Continue reading
A Winamac man was arrested Friday evening following a traffic stop in Plymouth.Continue reading
The possibility of hiring outside help for a future parking lot project at Wythogan Park was discussed by Mayor Dennis Estok during the last Knox City Council meeting.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members will receive pre-bid update over the Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Wastewater Treatment Plant Project when they meet tonight.Continue reading
Starting today and running through March 22nd, hunters have the ability to apply for a reserved turkey hunt by visiting Hunting.IN.gov. To apply, click on the ‘reserved hunt info’ link that appears on that page.
No late entries will be accepted and applicants must possess a valid hunting license for the species they wish to hunt.Continue reading
This week’s road conditions kept Indiana State Police Lowell Post Troopers quite busy assisting motorists’ calls and responding to numerous crashes and
The Starke County Community Foundation recently received a $100,000 donation from local philanthropist Jerome “Jerry” Scherf. It will become $300,000 thanks to a $2 for $1 matching opportunity available through a Lilly Endowment contribution.Continue reading