Two Plymouth residents were reportedly charged with possession in separate cases and a Knox man is facing a theft charge after authorities responded to various incidents throughout this week.Continue reading
After allegedly reporting a ‘cat running across the ramp’ as the cause for a single-vehicle crash, a North Judson man was reportedly arrested on multiple charges Thursday evening.Continue reading
The Starke County Highway Department will start on a long-awaited intersection improvement project at CR 210 and Old State Road 10 at Bass Lake next week.
Officials announced that the work will begin on Monday, April 22nd and wrap up by Memorial Day.Continue reading
The Constellation of Starke Stellar Leadership Team shot for the stars with their letter of intent and made it!
Shortly after 9 a.m. Thursday morning, members were informed that Starke County is a finalist in the Regional Stellar Communities Designation Program.Continue reading
Several Culver school officials have had their contracts renewed. The administrators’ contracts, treasurer/business manager’s contract, and technology director’s contract were all approved by the school board Monday, according to Superintendent Karen Shuman.Continue reading
A quote for a room-painting project that would help wrap up a series of renovations at the North Judson-San Pierre Junior/Senior High School was approved when school board members met Tuesday night.Continue reading
More than $18,000 in grant funding was presented to the Knox School Board Monday. The school corporation is once again getting $15,000 for Kindergarten Countdown from the Hardesty Memorial Endowment Fund. Director of Curriculum and Instruction Peggy Shidaker told board members that the Countdown camp is designed for any incoming kindergarten student who hasn’t attended preschool.Continue reading
With many residents using these nicer spring days to clear their yards of leaves, limbs and other organic debris, North Judson-Wayne Township Fire Chief Joe Leszek issued a few safety tips about brush burning at Tuesday night’s Town Council meeting.Continue reading
As we approach the end of April, Knox officials are reminding residents of the City’s street sweeping policy that was updated last year.Continue reading
The Starke County Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team is hosting a fundraising banquet this weekend.
The event will be held from 5 p.m. until midnight on Saturday, April 20th at the Nancy J. Dembowski Community Center in Knox.Continue reading
As residents of the Culver school district get their higher property tax bills, school officials are anticipating questions about where that extra money is going. Superintendent Karen Shuman says she discussed the school corporation’s referendum funds, during Monday’s school board meeting.Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board reviewed and approved the Corporation’s Plans last night, including the Wellness Plan.
While som of the main changes
The Knox School Board approved five retirements Monday.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is offering two modular buildings to anyone who’d be willing to remove them from the school’s campus. The school board officially declared the structures surplus Monday, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman.Continue reading
To help spruce up the Town of North Judson and assist residents with cleaning up their properties, officials will be bringing in some dumpsters during the month of May for a spring clean-up.Continue reading
In the coming weeks, many people may start looking forward to the community events that better weather brings. However, without a dedicated team of volunteers, those fun opportunities would not be possible.
In order to get an idea of who wants to lend a helping hand this summer,
The Knox School Board took another step forward with a potential building project Monday. Board members authorized the publication of notice of the official public hearings set to take place next month. They’re a required step, in order for the school corporation to secure financing for the project.Continue reading
A new code enforcement o
At the recommendation of Town Marshal Kelly Fisher, members approved hiring NJPD Reserve Officer Kerry Rust to the position.Continue reading
Starting today, a handful of Starke County Justice Center trustees will be attending 12 weeks of welding training, with the opportunity to receive certification.
Program officials who were interviewed about this opportunity indicated that the training is being offered to not only give offenders a chance to prove their commitment to recovery and rehabilitation, but to also benefit the community.Continue reading
Knox residents are reminded that tonight’s the night to learn more about the Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Grant P
Tonight’s 6 o’clock meeting at the Nancy J. Dembowski Center will focus on this funding opportunity provided through the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority.
IHCDA officials report that this is a way to help residents address home conditions that, if otherwise left unattended, would create an issue with the integrity of the home or become a detriment to the residents’ quality of life.
Applications for the program will only be available during this meeting.Continue reading