The North Judson Police Department welcomed a familiar face to the full-time force during Monday night’s town council meeting.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation will have to dip into its Rainy Day Fund next year to keep the budget balanced. Interim Superintendent Dr. Gib Crimmins discussed the 2020 budget proposal with the school board Monday.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council recently considered an ordinance that would extend their contract with the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) through the year 2050.Continue reading
Multiple ordinances will come before the Knox City Council when members meet tonight.Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board will hold a public hearing over a tentative teacher’s compensation plan when members meet tonight at 5:30 p.m.Continue reading
Winamac Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger recently announced that she was asked to serve as a district director by the Indiana League of Municipal Clerks and Treasurers (ILMCT).
During last week’s Town Council meeting, Berger said she was asked to serve District 1.Continue reading
Discussion about how to pay for a new water tower continued during last week’s Medaryville Town Council meeting. Bids for the construction of a water tower across the street from the town hall came in much higher than expected. Now, town officials are considering three financing options to fill a funding gap of more than $200,000.Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council will consider an Inter-Local Agreement related to Constellation of Starke’s Stellar efforts when members meet tonight.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council recently heard from Greg Henry who has a plan to recognize a significant “birthday” of a special Pulaski County landmark that has hung above the Tippecanoe River for a century.
Henry noted, “On July 4th in the year 2023, the bridge will be 100 years old.”Continue reading
The Town of Medaryville’s 2020 budget was adopted by the town council Wednesday. Clerk-Treasurer Judy Harwood says the proposed budget was approved unanimously.Continue reading
An issue with the oxidation ditch at the North Judson Wastewater Treatment plant was brought up to Town Council members when they met last week.Continue reading
Oregon-Davis sports teams are getting a boost thanks to the generosity of the local community. More than $1,500 in donations was accepted by the school board Monday, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board is doing away with board member districts. In the future, all five board members will be elected on an at-large basis. That means they could live anywhere in Oregon and Davis townships. Currently, three of the board members represent specific districts, while the other two are at-large members.Continue reading
When the North Judson Town Council met last Monday, members were informed that Division A of the Water Project, the well installation, is almost ready to be closed out.Continue reading
The Winamac Town Council took one final step related to the budget for 2020 when members met on Monday.
Clerk-Treasurer Melanie Berger presented them with an ordinance that would approve the document.Continue reading
The Knox City Council was given an update about the trees in the downtown area when members met last Tuesday.Continue reading
The Town of Winamac was awarded $151,278 in the Indiana Department of Transportation’s most recent round of the Community Crossings Matching Grant Program.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation’s 2020 budget was adopted by the school board Monday, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman. The total proposed budget adds up to more than $8.7 million. Just over $3.6 million of that will be the Education Fund, while almost $3 million will be the Operations Fund. School officials are also budgeting just over $879,000 out of the corporation’s property tax referendum revenues.Continue reading