Knox City Council members considered some changes to penalties associated with street sweeping and parking near a school when they met Tuesday night.Continue reading
A new heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) unit
Billing Clerk Jennifer Vanek said a majority of the installation was finished up on Wednesday of this week and some remaining work on the thermostat system indoors was completed Thursday.Continue reading
Winamac Street and Water Superintendent Jeremy Beckner informed Town Council members of an employee who recently left his department when they met on Monday.Continue reading
The addition of a new secretary for the Pulaski County Prosecutor’s Office appears to depend on a recommendation from the county commissioners, after the county council was once again unable to reach a clear consensus Monday.Continue reading
A resolution related to funding for the North Judson Wastewater/Combined Sewer Overflow project was passed when members met during their first meeting of the month.Continue reading
Knox City Council members considered some potential changes to the city’s snow emergency policy when they met on Tuesday.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members approved fire contracts for various townships when they met Monday night.
The Town of Winamac contracts fire services for six different townships. Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger said she has received contracts back from four out of the six trustees.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members will meet with the Pool Committee later this month to discuss the future of a potential swimming pool project.Continue reading
The North Judson-Wayne Township Fire Department has plans to revamp the fire station’s look with a sign replacement project in the works.Continue reading
North Judson officials will be issuing an alert to remind residents to be mindful about what they flush down the toilet.Continue reading
Winamac Town Marshal Mark Hoffman provided Town Council members with an update about the Police Department’s most recent hire, Jeff Johnston, when they met Monday night.Continue reading
Students at Culver Community Middle/High School are using their technological skills to preserve the history of the school and local area.Continue reading
An ordinance related to the snow and street sweeping routes in the City of Knox will be discussed during tonight’s city council meeting.Continue reading
North Judson-Wayne Township Volunteer Firefighters will be receiving some specific gear for water and ice rescues.Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board is planning for a couple events at the end of April. Last week, board members agreed to let Kingdom Kids daycare facility host a color run fundraiser at the Town Park on the morning of Saturday, April 27.Continue reading
The Culver Community Schools Corporation is moving ahead with lighting improvements. Last week, the school board selected Trane to upgrade the school buildings’ lights to LED technology, according to Superintendent Karen Shuman.Continue reading
The Volunteer Fire Department contract, as well as the fire contracts for Tippecanoe, Harrison
No injuries were reported in the incident that caused
Friday was the last day that individuals could file a declaration of candidacy for the Municipal Primary Election.Continue reading
After years of removing dying ash trees from the Winamac Town Park, park officials are now beginning to look into replacing them.
Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo brought the issue to the park board Thursday.
He estimated that 90 to 95 trees have been lost to the emerald ash borer, although there are some that remain. He asked the park board about working with the Tree Committee to gradually plant a variety of new trees over the next few years.Continue reading