The Pulaski County Courthouse played host to a small but interested group of prospective candidates and concerned citizens Tuesday night as ballots trickled in from across the county.
The Pulaski County Commissioners may sign an agreement to implement internal controls on the county government’s handling of finances.
Pulaski County’s early voting turnout is “hopping,” but a deadline for mail-in ballots is approaching.
A pair of Francesville residents wanted on a slew of drug charges is now facing additional drug-related counts.
The Pulaski County government has spent time over the past several days attempting to answer questions about public safety funding through the Local Option Income Tax.
Pulaski County is encouraging the head of its Recycling and Transfer Station to get in touch with the Town of Winamac to talk recycling.
The Pulaski County Commissioners will hear from their usual slate of department heads, Monday evening.
The Pulaski County Commissioners want another appraisal on farmland planned for sale to help fund the acquisition of property for a rail-served industrial park on the west side.
Pulaski County has signed an agreement that will allow them to access money received through INDOT’s Community Crossings grant program.
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.
Pulaski County is putting the final touches on plans to fully replace a bridge listed on their Community Crossings grant application.
The Pulaski County Building Inspector is preparing to accept credit and debit card payments in the near future.
During Monday’s Pulaski County Commissioner’s meeting, the request was made to setup the proper equipment to begin accepting the increasingly common method of payment.
The Pulaski County Commissioners have agreed to a change in early voting sites following a recommendation by the election board.
The Pulaski County Council is preparing to move forward with the development of internal controls.
The Pulaski County Council wants to think about replacing the elevator at the courthouse a little longer.
Pulaski County continues work on a few security measures to improve the overall safety of its employees.
The Pulaski County government is preparing to adopt internal financial controls, but they’re a bit displeased with the cost associated with the state mandate.
A pledged time capsule to the Pulaski County Bicentennial Committee will be buried on the courthouse lawn, but where to put it came under question on Tuesday night.
The Pulaski County Commissioners have given approval to an ordinance allowing the use of ATV’s for agricultural purposes.
Teenage girls in Tippecanoe Township in Pulaski County will be able to compete in the first ever Miss Tippy Teen Pageant.