With fewer and fewer residents to fill jobs, Pulaski County is looking at busing workers in from out-of-town.Continue reading
Pulaski County industries are planning for expansion, but finding workers to fill the new jobs continues to be a challenge.Continue reading
According to Culver Superintendent Karen Shuman, school board members awarded bus bids during their meeting Monday night.
Shuman explained that the school corporation was looking to sell three buses as a part of their bus replacement plan. They had two 66 passenger buses that were included in one bid and then another bus that holds 54 passengers that was bid out on its own. Continue reading
The Knox School Board has approved the list of summer school bus drivers. Continue reading
The Knox Community School Board learned the results of the recent Indiana State Police bus inspection. Superintendent A.J. Gappa has the report:
“Once again, all of our buses have passed inspection. Mr. Jensen and Mr. Croft at the bus barn do a good job of keeping the buses updated. All of our buses are ready to go and that’s a good thing for the corporation,” said Gappa.
Gappa said more buses are going to be added to the fleet.
“We plan on keeping all the current buses and we have one ordered that should be in later this Fall. It will be one of the larger buses. We’re also anticipating possibly buying another minibus to add to the fleet,” Gappa said.