The Oregon-Davis School Board considered a recommendation for Jump Start staffing when members met last Monday.Continue reading
Over the weekend, Knox Mayor Dennis Estok announced that work has begun on the tennis courts meaning that residents will soon be able to play “Pickle Ball” in Wythogan Park.Continue reading
Thanks to a grant award of nearly $100,000, the LaCrosse Volunteer Fire Department will be able to secure some new equipment that will help improve efficiency and safety.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board took action on their transfer student policy when members met Monday evening.
Superintendent Dr. Don Harman stated that the recommended policy will reflect the corporation’s desire to grow in the coming school year.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members discussed the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum and a proposed railroad tie replacement project when members met for their first meeting of the month.Continue reading
Knox officials held a discussion over this year’s Family Fun Day and Fireworks Display during Tuesday night’s city council meeting.
Mayor Estok took time during his report to recognize the individuals who helped make the day possible.Continue reading
Due to losses caused by flooding and excessive rain this planting season, Governor Eric Holcomb is requesting that a U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretarial disaster designation be put in place for 88 Hoosier counties, including Starke, Marshall and Pulaski.Continue reading
Oregon-Davis School Board members took action Monday night to continue a partnership with the Town of Hamlet.
Superintendent Dr. Don Harman spoke a bit about a memorandum of understanding that was up for board approval, noting that it was related to extending the employment of the current Student Resource Officer.Continue reading
When the North Judson Town Council met last Monday, CommonWealth Engineer Intern Sarah Prizio shared that there was recently a change to who is representing their firm on site.Continue reading
Knox Clerk-Treasurer Jeff Houston briefly mentioned the ongoing budget process to City Council members during his report Tuesday night.Continue reading
After a few months of searching for the perfect fit, a new executive director has been selected for the Starke County Chamber of Commerce.Continue reading
Knox City Council members considered a resolution Tuesday night that recommended waiving the City’s General Election.
Clerk-Treasurer Jeff Houston stated that if the City was permitted to forgo November’s election, they could potentially save approximately $8,700.Continue reading
Oregon-Davis families can expect to save some money on instructional expenses in the coming school year.Continue reading
There was some talk of Christmas in July during the North Judson Town Council’s first meeting of the month.Continue reading
Ancilla College officials are offering to knock $300 off tuition costs for students who register by Monday, July 15th.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board took action on lunch prices for the 2019-2020 school year when members met Monday night.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council heard about some recent inspections conducted by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) when members met last week.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board addressed a proposed administrative restructuring plan once again when members met Monday night.Continue reading
With summer break in full swing, North Judson Town Marshal Kelly Fisher said that her department has stepped up patrols to make sure curfew is being followed.Continue reading