The upcoming Thanksgiving holiday has some Knox residents questioning when their trash will be collected.Continue reading
The Knox City Council will review their meeting schedule for 2020 when members meet tonight at 7 p.m.Continue reading
North Judson Town Marshal Kelly Fisher asked Town Council members if it would be permissible to pay some officers for a few remaining unused vacation days.Continue reading
Individuals involved in Starke County’s criminal Justice System will now have increased access to available treatment services and resources thanks to a $60,000 grant that was recently awarded by the Indiana Office of Court Services.Continue reading
North Judson-Wayne Township Fire Chief Joe Leszek informed town council members that some of the Department’s firefighters recently attended training to become re-certified in required life saving skills.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre School Board members provided approval for the proposed bus garage project to proceed ahead of schedule.Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board President provided a synopsis of the Red for Ed Action Day in Indianapolis when members met Tuesday evening.
Board President Derrick Stalbaum, who works as a teacher for the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation, shared his unique experience after participating in the event at the Statehouse.Continue reading
Town officials recently shared some details related to the Second Annual Light Up North Judson Outdoor Holiday Decorating Contest.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council provided unanimous approval for a document related to the proposed sidewalk project on State Road 10 when members met Monday night.Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board considered a service agreement with Go Solutions when members met Tuesday night.
Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin shared that the agreement is presented for approval on an annual basis and is related to being a part of the Joint Educational Services in Special Education (J.E.S.S.E) Cooperative.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office and Winamac Police Department recently assisted the Department of Homeland Security and Indiana State Police with serving a federal arrest warrant to a Winamac man accused of possessing child pornography.Continue reading
After recognizing that the price for sludge removal each month was rather costly, North Judson Town Superintendent Joe Leszek spoke with representatives from Republic Services.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin informed the school board that there will be a new class offered next semester when members met Tuesday night.
She explained, “The High School is offering a dual-credit business law course next semester and it’s new, it’s through Ivy Tech.”Continue reading
In order to highlight all of the shopping options sprinkled throughout the area, Starke County Tourism and the Chamber of Commerce are hosting the first ever ‘Holiday Shoptacular’ event!Continue reading
Starke County and North Judson emergency units were dispatched to a motor-vehicle accident on US 421 north of San Pierre Wednesday evening.Continue reading
With more than 300 calls so far this year, the North Judson-Wayne Township Fire Department has kept historically busy in 2019, according to Fire Chief Joe Leszek.Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre Music Department will benefit from a donation that was officially accepted by school board members Tuesday night.Continue reading
It’s nearly that time of year again, when Salvation Army bell ringers pop up all across the country, collecting funds to assist local families in need.
Salvation Army Bell Ringer coordinator Joe Lopez is currently searching for more volunteers willing to provide a helping hand at the Starke County locations.Continue reading
When Indiana Legislators gather in the State House today to prepare for the upcoming General Assembly, they will be met by thousands of Hoosier educators and supporters pushing for children and education to be a priority.Continue reading
Knox Mayor Dennis Estok provided an update about the Owner Occupied Rehabilitation Grant program when City Council members met for their first meeting of the month.Continue reading