Local libraries continue to be closed to the public, even as they keep looking for other ways to offer services. The Pulaski County Public Library in Winamac says it will remain closed due to its construction project. The library says reopening plans will be shared when construction wraps up in September.Continue reading
The North Judson-Wayne Township Public Library reopened to the public this week. In a Facebook post Tuesday, the library said only 10 people are being allowed in the building at a time, and each person will only be allowed to stay for 30 minutes each day. Patrons can call ahead to schedule an appointment.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Public Library in Winamac will be among those offering curbside pickup starting Monday. Patrons will be able to reserve items online or by calling 574-946-3432, and the library will notify patrons when they’re ready, according to a post on the library’s Facebook page Sunday.Continue reading
The staff members at the Pulaski County Public Library are celebrating National Library Week and they welcome patrons to join them in a celebration at home.Continue reading
Officials at the Pulaski County Public Library have decided to keep the library facilities closed until April 20, or as long as Governor Holcomb’s stay-at-home order is in effect.Continue reading
Repairs will soon be coming to the parking lot between the Pulaski County Public Library and the County Annex Building in Winamac. Library Executive Director MacKenzie Ledley told the county commissioners last week that the library has money from its recent bond issuance to crack seal the entire parking lot, including the portion owned by the county.Continue reading
Pulaski County Republicans will likely have an easy decision, when it comes to choosing the next coroner. As of Friday, Jon Maxwell Frain was the only candidate on file at the County Clerk’s Office. He currently serves as chief deputy coroner.Continue reading
Pulaski County will soon have a new coroner. John Behny has announced his retirement from the position, effective at the end of the year.Continue reading
Pulaski County will soon have a new prosecutor. Dan Murphy has announced that he’ll resign from the position effective August 3, according to a post on the Pulaski County Government’s Facebook page Tuesday.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Public Library will be able to issue bonds for lead dust and asbestos remediation. The county council passed a resolution Monday allowing the library to borrow $1.75 million, pending the review of County Attorney Kevin Tankersley. Of that, $1.45 million will go toward construction costs.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Public Library may be moving ahead with a bond issuance. Library Attorney Justin Schramm is expected to discuss it with the county council tonight. Officials have been working on plans for lead dust and asbestos remediation in nonpublic areas of the Winamac library.Continue reading
Pulaski County residents have a few chances to learn how to use the potentially life-saving drug naloxone. The Pulaski County Health Department says it’s gotten overdose rescue kits from the Indiana State Department of Health, to distribute to the local community. As part of that effort, the Health Department will host four free training events over the coming weeks.Continue reading
The first phase of funding for lead dust and asbestos remediation at the Pulaski County Public Library was approved by the county council Monday. Council members voted six-to-one to let the library spend $25,000 out of its Rainy Day Fund, to help cover engineering and testing costs.Continue reading
Pulaski County officials will get their first look at the county’s new fiscal plan tonight. Last year, the county hired consultant Jeffrey Peters to look at the county’s finances and recommend adjustments to its tax structure, to make it more sustainable going forward.Continue reading
Upgrades to the Pulaski County Public Library in Winamac are going to end up costing far more than originally thought.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Council will consider several departments’ requests for additional help tonight. Prosecutor Dan Murphy has been asking for another full-time secretary, citing a significant increase in the number of cases being filed, along with the addition of new court programs. A vote on the matter ended in a three-to-three tie last month. Council President Jay Sullivan asked the county commissioners to weigh in, but they sent it back to the council without making a formal recommendation.Continue reading
Six candidates are vying to become the next Pulaski County clerk. Republican precinct committee members will make a decision during a caucus this evening at 5:15 EST at the Pulaski County Public Library in Winamac.
The Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce presents the Winter Wonderland event in Winamac this Saturday.
A caucus has been scheduled to choose the next Pulaski County Clerk. Republican precinct committee members will meet Tuesday, December 18 at 5:15 p.m. EST at the Pulaski County Public Library in Winamac, according to a notice from Party Chair Dan Murphy.
Hundreds of veterans, students, and community members are expected to converge on Downtown Winamac this morning to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Winamac High School is teaming up with the Town of Winamac, the Pulaski County Public Library, and several other groups for the Veterans Day Celebration.