Efforts to improve broadband access in Pulaski and nine other nearby counties got the support of the Pulaski County Commissioners Monday. They agreed to sign a letter of support for the Wabash Heartland Innovation Network’s plan to apply for grant funding.Continue reading
Several teachers with the Indian Trails Career and Technical Cooperative were honored with a certificate of achievement during Thursday night’s West Central School Board meeting, according to Superintendent Don Street.
A memorial fund has been set up at a local bank for the unborn son of the Star City man killed in a Saturday motorcycle crash. Michael “Bubba” Shorter and his wife, Brandi, were both thrown from his Harley-Davidson when a deer entered their path on a rural roadway in Star City. Continue reading
A longtime Alliance Bank executive died Sunday morning. Terry Stevens of Francesville worked at the bank for nearly 30 years and was currently serving as president and CEO. He was 59. Continue reading
Parents of students in the West Central School Corporation can register their children for school online and pay their fees at the same time if they choose to. Continue reading
Alliance Bank in Winamac is collecting donations for the Pulaski Animal Center to help out homeless cats and dogs in the community. Continue reading
Customers of an area bank warned of a text message scam. Alliance Bank advises several customers and non-customers have gotten messages stating their account has been deactivated and they need to call a telephone number. Alliance Bank officials stress this is a hoax and they will not request account information via text. Do not call the number in the message, as it is not affiliated with the bank. Please call your local Alliance Bank office if you have provided this information or if you have any questions.
No rest for the wicked, or at least that’s the way it seems to be with scams. Yet another series of phishing text messages have been sent out to unsuspecting cell phone users. The fraudulent text messages claimed to be sent by Alliance Bank were actually attempts by criminals to persuade recipients to divulge card and account information.
Alliance Bank customers and non-customers alike received the messages, but the bank has announced that no information has been compromised. The messages referenced an account number using a common card number prefix in an attempt to gain the rest of the card number from the scam target.
Donations for the Pulaski County United Fund may be dropped off at the Winamac office again this year at 602 S. Monticello St. and at the Alliance Bank branches in Francesville, Winamac, Monon, Monticello, and Rensselaer.
The Pulaski County United Fund helps raise funds during an annual fall campaign and then distributes those funds to 10 local agencies which serve the human service needs of Pulaski County residents. The 2012 campaign funds will be distributed to agencies that provide programs, services and events focusing on the finance, health and education of the community.
The Pulaski County United Fund, INC. invites you to stop by their booth during the Winter Wonderland event in Winamac on Saturday, December 4th.
The Pulaski County United Fund, Inc. invites you to stop by their booth during the Winter Wonderland event in Winamac on Saturday, December 4th.
The United Fund booth will be located at the Pulaski County Human Services, Inc. building and will be open from Noon to 4:00 p.m. ET. Any contribution made to the United Fund during Winter Wonderland will be entered into a drawing to be held on December 13th. If you cannot attend Winter Wonderland and wish to contribute and be eligible for the drawing, drop off your contribution at either Alliance Bank offices in Winamac or Francesville between December 4th and December 11th. Several business have donated prizes for the drawing.
Give the gift of giving this holiday season.