A variety of individuals who represent various sectors of the Constellation of Starke region gathered together Monday to hear more about the Indiana Bond Bank’s Flipping Finance Challenge.Continue reading
The contractor for the 2020 Community Crossings projects within the Town of North Judson was selected during the Council’s meeting Monday night.Continue reading
Knox residents are reminded that individuals who receive trash pick up on Mondays and reside on the east side of Highway 35 are following a new recycling schedule.Continue reading
When Knox City Council members met for their first meeting of the month, Clerk-Treasurer Jeff Houston provided them with some information about one bond term that’s almost up and another that’s just about to start.Continue reading
The 2020 Starke County Community Foundation Lilly Endowment Community Scholar has been named and Knox High School Senior Jaigan Allport has received the distinction.Continue reading
A public hearing over the Town of North Judson’s comprehensive plan will be held during tonight’s Town Council Meeting.
Officials will also go over the Town’s property and casualty insurance policy for next year as well as election costs for the 2019 general election.
Additionally, members will receive an update about the ongoing Wastewater project and department heads will deliver their reports.
The winners of the Light Up North Judson Outdoor Holiday Decorating Contest will be also be announced tonight. There will be two winners and each of them will receive a prize of $125.
Members of the public will have a chance to weigh in during recognition of guests and any other business deemed necessary by the council will be addressed prior to adjournment.
The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. in North Judson Town Hall.
The annual Peppermint Parade event was discussed during this week’s Knox City Council meeting.
Mayor Dennis Estok extended gratitude to everyone who helped out last Saturday.Continue reading
During a work session last Monday, North Judson-San Pierre Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin stressed that the anticipated improvement project at the Elementary school will not have a negative impact on the corporation’s debt service payment and will not increase the tax rate for citizens.Continue reading
A few different concerns were touched on when the Winamac officials met Monday night. Following Town Marshal Mark Hoffman’s report to the Town Council, members provided some information that they’ve received from citizens.Continue reading
The Knox City Council approved the Holiday Schedule for 2020 when members met Tuesday night.Continue reading
In order to give community members a chance to stock up on gifts and goodies in time for Christmas, Mint Festival organizers are trying something new this year with a special Holiday Mint Fair.Continue reading
When proposed plans for the potential renovation project at the North Judson-San Pierre Elementary School were discussed in a work session last week, a possible way to avoid disrupting instruction was presented.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council took action on the 2020 Salary Ordinance when members met Monday night.Continue reading
There are openings on the Knox Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals and Redevelopment Commission for next year.Continue reading
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