Another 568 Indiana residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the Indiana State Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and private laboratories. A total of 173 Hoosiers have died as a result of COVID-19.Continue reading
More Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19, up 536 cases from Sunday.Continue reading
The number of deaths in Indiana as a result of COVID-19 is now at 78.Continue reading
The number of COVID-19 deaths reported to the Indiana State Department of Health now totals 65.Continue reading
Three more patients have died who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the state, according to information provided by the Indiana State Department of Health. The number of COVID-19 deaths now totals 35.Continue reading
The total number of Indiana residents known to have been positively diagnosed with COVID-19 now totals 1,514, according to the Indiana State Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and private laboratories.Continue reading
The newest reports from the Indiana State Department of Health indicate that 31 people have now died as a result of COVID-19.Continue reading
Officials from the Indiana State Department of Health say that 14 COVID-19 deaths have been reported in the state.Continue reading
The number of new positive cases and deaths of COVID-19 continues to grow as Indiana attempts to isolate the spread of the coronavirus.Continue reading
The Indiana State Department of Health reported 23 new positive cases of COVID-19 on Friday which brings the total number of 79 Indiana residents diagnosed through the Department of Health, the CDC and private labs.Continue reading
The Indiana State Department of Health on Thursday reported 17 new positive cases of COVID-19 in the state. The total number of diagnosed Indiana residents so far is 56. Those cases are diagnosed through the Indiana State Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and private laboratories.Continue reading
A Johnson County resident is the second person in Indiana to succumb to complications from COVID-19.Continue reading
The Indiana State Department of Health announced Saturday that three new presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 have been identified which brings the total number of Hoosiers diagnosed to 15 through the ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and private laboratories.Continue reading
The recent rainy weather combined with the spike temperature has created the ideal conditions for mosquitoes to thrive.
Everyone hates the little pests and the itchy bumps they leave behind and in some cases, the insects could even be carrying a mosquito-borne disease.
The Center for Disease Control has issued a few different precautionary measures you should take in order to protect yourself from bites.Continue reading
The temperatures are rising and that means more outdoor activities! This time of year can be lots of fun, but if you’re not careful, it can also potentially be dangerous. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to keep yourself and your family safe this summer.
With extremely cold temperatures and frigid wind chills expected to continue in the coming weeks, the Center for Disease Control is warning people to take necessary precautions to avoid getting hypothermia or frostbite.
Before going outside, make sure you’re sufficiently dressed for the weather. Your fingers, toes, ears, cheeks, chin and nose should all be thoroughly protected, as these are the areas most vulnerable to frostbite. Continue reading
The Pulaski County CDC continues work to tie up a few loose ends prior to starting construction on a quality of life project linking Pulaski County.
Pulaski County has completed a second appraisal of county-owned farmland.
The request was made several weeks ago by the county commissioners to ensure the value of the land near Winamac was indeed fairly determined by an initial report. Cash from selling the farmland will likely be used to acquire another piece of farmland near Medaryville for the development of the westside rail-served industrial park.
The Pulaski County Commissioners will hear from their usual slate of department heads, Monday evening.
A Pulaski County Commissioner who has been known to enter into some heated exchanges with representatives of the Community Development Commission struck a softer tone, Monday night.