When the Starke County Commissioners met Monday night, they organized for the New Year.Continue reading
Norwayne Field in North Judson was all decked out for the holidays but now it’s time to take those decorations down.Continue reading
The Starke County Highway Department has a goal to make sure that more than 90 percent of all county-maintained stop signs have high reflectivity by the end of the year.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council scheduled a brain storming session with Starke County Economic Development Foundation Executive Director Larry Wickert when members met Monday evening.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners considered an updated part-time pay policy for the Sheriff’s Department when they met Monday night.
Office Manager Pam McDonald noted that Jail Commander Nathan Caudill wrote up the new policy and described what it entails.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members organized for 2020 when they met for the first meeting of the year Monday evening.
Members voted to retain John Rowe as president and Josh Brown as vice president.Continue reading
There are some new faces on the Starke County EMS Department, according to the report that Director Travis Clary delivered to County Commissioners Monday night.Continue reading
Winter weather conditions combined with an uptick in seasonal illnesses often makes it difficult for the American Red Cross and other blood collection organizations to maintain sufficient blood supply at this time of year.
That is one reason January is recognized as National Blood Donor Month.Continue reading
The North Judson-Wayne Township Fire Department was dispatched to Pulaski County for a single vehicle accident in a ditch this morning (01/06).Continue reading
The Knox-Center Township Fire Department will be able to acquire some new equipment thanks to an action taken by former Clerk-Treasurer Jeff Houston before he left office.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners will reorganize for the New Year and make 2020 appointments when they meet tonight.Continue reading
With many local students heading to class on Monday after a few weeks off for Winter Break, drivers are being reminded to watch out for buses back on the roadways.Continue reading
In order to inform the public about an ongoing death investigation, the La Porte County Sheriff’s Department will issue an official statement on Monday, January 6th.Continue reading
Many people struggle to keep up with their New Year Resolutions but fortunately there is a valuable community resource available year-round that can help keep you on track.
Whether your objective is to read more, learn a new skill, pick up a hobby, or any number of other goals, it’s likely that your local library has a plethora of resources and activities that can help you achieve them.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council’s 2020 meeting schedule was recently released.Continue reading
The Winamac Police Department is scheduled to add a vehicle to their fleet in 2020 so Town Council members reviewed a few different quotes when members met on Monday.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council renewed their contract with ONI Risk Partners for property and liability insurance when members met for their final meeting of 2019.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council made a decision related to the police force when members met on Monday.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council made an appointment to the Kankakee Iroquois Regional Planning Commission (KIRPC) when members met in a special meeting Monday morning.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council approved the 2020 Salary Ordinance when members met for their final meeting of the year on Monday.
According to Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe, the ordinance includes a three percent raise for all employees.Continue reading