The recent transition in the school funding structure was reviewed with Culver school officials Monday. On January 1, each school corporation’s General Fund was replaced by an Education Fund, while the Capital Projects, Transportation, and Bus Replacement Funds were combined into an Operations Fund.Continue reading
The Knox Community School Corporation made more than $121,000 in interest off of its cash reserves in 2018. Superintendent Dr. William Reichhart gave the annual investment report to the board of finance Tuesday. “On our checking account through the calendar year 2018, we’ve received $116,139.16 in interest, which is awesome,” he said, “because a few years ago, we were getting nothing, almost, out of that.”Continue reading
The Knox School Board will consider the termination of Corporation Treasurer Dawn Bailey tonight. She had been serving as treasurer and business manager since April of last year, following the retirement of Sherry Fort.Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board members are expected to consider next year’s school calendar when they meet tonight.Continue reading
In the wake of last month’s fatal school bus accident, the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation may be retiring the number 16 as a bus number. The school board will consider a resolution tonight prohibiting the use of the number 16 on any of the corporation’s buses, out of respect for those affected by last month’s accident.Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board welcomed two new members during its annual reorganization meeting Wednesday. Kyle Hinds and Brandie Ecker were sworn into office, along with returning member Chris Lawrence, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman.Continue reading
Culver-Union Township EMS will have to wait until February for a decision on its proposed rate increase. Back in October, EMS Director Kathy Hart presented proposals to raise rates by 20 or 25 percent. But up until now, no public hearing has been scheduled to move ahead with the process.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Commissioners will make another attempt at choosing a paving contractor when they meet this morning. The county has gotten bids from three companies for hot mix asphalt work on County Road 200 South from U.S. 421 to State Road 39 and County Road 400 East from 200 North to 400 North.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board will continue discussing upcoming asphalt and concrete work tonight. The school corporation is looking to repave most of its parking lots and driveways over the summer, while curbs and sidewalks would be repaired. Tonight, board members are expected to consider the preliminary scope and budget of the work.
Residents of Pulaski County Road 700 South say they’re tired of living on a gravel road. Continue reading