The Starke County Commissioners took time Monday night to praise Highway Superintendent Rik Ritzler on his recent recognition of being named Outstanding County Highway Superintendent in 2019. The award was given during last week’s 61st Annual Association of Indiana Counties Conference at the French Lick Resort.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners continued a discussion of the potential acquisition of the Knox Moose Family Center building in downtown Knox.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners approved a motion Monday night to direct the Starke County Election Board to move forward with a move from precinct voting sites to Vote Centers.Continue reading
A solar farm ordinance sits on the burner for two weeks for more consideration by the Starke County Commissioners.Continue reading
The Starke County Courthouse elevator project has hit a snag.Continue reading
Starke County Court Services Director Shawn Mattraw presented grant funding paperwork to the county commissioners Monday night for the Community Corrections, jail treatment programs and Pre-Trial Probation.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners revisited the topic of installing GPS systems on the county vehicles.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners discussed a contract with the SCILL Center for county support for programs.Continue reading
Starke County officials are looking into creating an ordinance to silence barking dogs in unincorporated areas of the county.Continue reading
The replacement of the Starke County Courthouse elevator will begin on Friday morning.Continue reading
The medical coverage for inmates was a topic of discussion at the most recent meeting of the Starke County Commissioners.
It took nearly a year, but the Starke County Commissioners signed a contract with the Starke County Economic Development Foundation for two years. Continue reading
The presence of security officers may soon be seen at upcoming Starke County government meetings.
The Starke County Commissioners opened a public hearing concerning the application for a planning grant to get the county closer to a possible finalist status in the selection of next year’s Regional Stellar Communities Designation Program.
The Starke County Commissioners unanimously approved their signatures on a document proclaiming October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
The Starke County Commissioners agreed that the county needs to join in the lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors.
About 20 people have applied for the full-time positions available in the Starke County EMS Department.
The Starke County Council members heard a proposal for a primary transfer unit to work out of Starke Hospital in Knox.
The Starke County Commissioners are considering the construction of a new building to house the Starke County Environmental Management Agency.
The Starke County Commissioners discussed a request put forth by Sheriff Bill Dulin Tuesday night concerning additional staff at the Sheriff’s Department.