Requests for Additional Help to be Considered by Pulaski County Council Tonight

Pulaski County Council: back row: Mike Tiede, Kathi Thompson, Brian Young; front row: Scott Hinkle, Rudy DeSabatine, Jay Sullivan (not pictured: Ken Boswell)

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.

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Veterans Day Celebration to Be Held This Morning Outside Pulaski County Courthouse


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.

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Winamac Pool Committee to Discuss Next Steps During Public Informational Meeting

Rendering of rebuilt Winamac pool.

How to continue with Winamac’s swimming pool rebuilding effort without the town’s financial support will be the topic of two meetings this month. The Winamac Pool Committee will hold an informational meeting for the public next Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the Pulaski County Public Library in Winamac.

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New Centennial Sign at Carnegie Library

Winamac’s Carnegie Library is recognizing its centennial and a new sign to commemorate the event now sits in front of the library.

A time capsule is included in the brick sign that will be opened in 50 years. The time capsule includes memorabilia from Indiana’s bicentennial, a letter to the library board’s future trustees, and technology currently being used by the library patrons and staff. Continue reading