Following the departures of Oregon-Davis High School’s principal and assistant principal/athletic director, their duties may be absorbed by some existing staff members. Superintendent Dr. Don Harman presented an administrative restructuring proposal to the school board and dozens of community members Monday.Continue reading
Superintendent Dan Foster attended his final school board meeting at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation Monday evening.
After serving at EPSC for 3 years as an Assistant Principal and 6 years as Superintendent, Foster will be returning to his alma mater Southeast Fountain in Veedersburg.
Starke County’s nine-year-old voting machines will undergo an update to bring them up to date with operating systems and security.Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski school officials are making sure they’re prepared for potential emergencies. Superintendent Dan Foster says they recently finished creating “reunification totes.”Continue reading
Unemployment rates continue to drop in Starke and Pulaski counties. Starke County saw an unemployment rate of 3.5 percent in May, according to the latest report from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. That’s down from 3.7 percent the month before and 3.8 percent during the same period last year.Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board members plan to reorganize next month.Continue reading
Knox City Council members will hold a discussion over licenses and business registrations when they meet tonight. They will also be presented with a resolution to transfer funds.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members will meet tonight where they will hold a public hearing concerning an amendment to the zoning and subdivision ordinances. The first reading of the ordinances will follow the public hearing.
Katie Aeschliman from BMO Harris Bank will discuss a pCard program for use by officials to use when traveling on town business where any expenses would be approved by the clerk-treasurer.
The town council members will also receive updates from department heads, and discuss the status of the Marshall County Crossroads Stellar Communities Designation finalist preparation in addition to projects in the Culver’s Stellar Communities Designation plans.
The Culver Town Council members will meet at 6:30 p.m. ET at the Culver Town Hall at 200 E. Washington Street. Prior to the regular meeting, the council members will meet in a work session at 5 p.m. ET to discuss the salary ordinance and long range planning.
Two Michigan City residents were arrested on suspicion of drug dealing, following a traffic stop in Plymouth last week. Plymouth Police say it happened around 6:00 p.m. Thursday at the Speedway gas station on North Michigan Street.Continue reading
A Knox woman was taken into custody in the early morning hours on Saturday following a traffic stop.Continue reading
A Knox man suffered injuries after a single-vehicle accident in Marshall County early Thursday morning.Continue reading
Knox City Clerk-Treasurer Jeff Houston approached the Starke County Council members last week concerning a bill for $8,700 for the Primary Election.Continue reading
Oregon-Davis High School may soon see some changes to its leadership. The school board is scheduled to hear a presentation on the restructuring of the 2019-2020 high school administrative staff, during a special session tonight.Continue reading
More than $1,000 was recently raised for the Winamac Middle School Athletic Department in memory of Owen Abbott. Superintendent Dan Foster says the donation was officially accepted by the Eastern Pulaski School Board last week.Continue reading
Pulaski County Emergency Medical Services is looking for an engineer to work on plans for the expansion of the Winamac ambulance garage. EMS Director Brandon DeLorenzo told the county commissioners last week that it’s a necessary step to meet the state’s guidelines for the process.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre School Board members recently took action to ensure that the corporation will continue to receive supplies and services in the coming school year.Continue reading
Winamac officials want to hear from residents about a potential future investment that would be utilized to commemorate lost loved ones.
During the last few Town Council meetings, members have been discussing the possibility of putting a columbarium in the Winamac Town Cemetery.Continue reading
Bridge work on State Road 10 will mean reduced speed limits and lane restrictions east of North Judson starting Monday.Continue reading
The Starke County Courthouse elevator is installed, but it has to wait for the final state inspection.Continue reading