Trial Over 1 & 3 N. Main Street Code Violations Pushed Back to October

A trial date over a Downtown Knox building has been pushed back to October. The city ordered the owner of 1 & 3 North Main Street to make repairs back in 2017, but decided to take him to court after little progress was made. A bench trial had been scheduled for August 12, but City Attorney Autumn Ferch told the board of works Wednesday that it was moved.

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Congresswoman Walorski Talks Trade on WKVI Morning Show Prior to Ag Round Table Discussion

United States Representative Jackie Walorski will be in South Bend today attending a round table discussion over the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement and other trade-related issues affecting Hoosier Farmers.

Yesterday, Congresswoman Walorski was in our neck of the woods and stopped by the WKVI studio where she touched on that agreement and the topics of trade and tariffs during the Charlie Adams Inspirational Morning Show.

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Pulaski Council Aiming to Return Spending to 2016 Levels, as Budget Balancing Efforts Continue

As Pulaski County looks for a way to get its finances back on track, officials’ next step may be to look back at 2016 spending. Consultant Jeffrey Peters told the county council Monday that was the last time revenue exceeded expenditures. “In 2016, you brought in a little above $10 million, you spent about $10 million,” he explained. “This year, we anticipate your revenue stream would be about $10 million.”

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