State Officials Say Releasing Jail Inmates to Slow COVID-19 Will Remain a Local Decision

Whether or not jail inmates should be released to try to slow the spread of COVID-19 will continue to be a county-level decision. In a joint letter from all three branches of Indiana government Friday, state officials said, “No Indiana-size solution would fit all,” and that any decisions must be made by local judges, sheriffs, and county leaders.

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Pulaski County Health Officials Ask Businesses to Close for Two Weeks, if Possible

Pulaski County’s COVID-19 Task Force is calling on local businesses to close for two weeks, if possible. A letter from Pulaski Memorial Hospital and the Pulaski County Health Department Thursday asked businesses to suspend operations and get their employees and families to self-quarantine and practice social distancing for 14 days.

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North Judson-San Pierre Lunch Distribution to Resume after Spring Break

The North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation will continue offering meals to students after spring break. Starting Monday, lunch will once again be available for pickup each weekday between 11:00 and 11:45 a.m. at five locations: North Judson United Methodist Church, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Denham, San Pierre Park, English Lake Church, and the Bailey’s Discount Center parking lot.

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