The Pulaski County Transfer Station’s recent rate increase is making things difficult for a Winamac nonprofit organization. The Good Samaritan Store has apparently racked up quite a large disposal bill, according to information provided during Monday’s county commissioners meeting.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Commissioners will hear a request from the Good Samaritan Store tonight for a reduction of transfer fees. The commissioners will also consider a data exchange agreement with WTH.Continue reading
Even though Christmas Eve is a few days off, many children in our area will get some gifts early. The Starke County Abate organization will be handing out toys, clothing and food items to 90 families at the Bass Lake Golf Course on Saturday. “It will be at the Bass Lake Golf Course,” said Abate President, Terry Young. “We have 90 families that will be coming out this year. They were all sent out invitations to come. There are 240 kids and all the families will have a turkey and all kinds of gifts. Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will also be there.” When it comes to a big heart for children, the 290 members of Abate are in the forefront.