Pulaski County will investigate further options for managing the site of the former Sportsman’s Bar and Grill.
The County Commissioners were approached Monday night by officials residing in the Town of Monterey with a petition requesting action. The building collapsed in April of last year, prompting the county to construct a fence surrounding the site. Continue reading →
Pulaski County has a few decisions to make about the future of K-9 Gil.
The handling officer for the animal has decided to accept a job in White County. The dog originally cost Pulaski County about $8-thousand with another $8-thousand for training. What to do with the K-9 Unit is now up to the discretion of the Pulaski County Commissioners. Continue reading →
Pulaski County is sporting a few contested races during today’s Primary Election, but one party has a few more.
Indiana is in the national spotlight for its role in nominating each party’s presidential candidate. Republicans Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and John Kasich will square off in a dwindling number of races prior to the GOP convention. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton is facing Bernie Sanders.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital has taken steps to finance upgrades to its facilities.
Plans call for the expansion of the Rural Health Clinic and the replacement of the Specialist Clinic building. Officials with the hospital presented their plans to the Pulaski County Commissioners on Monday night. Continue reading →
Discussions continue for a proposed rezoning of the former Pleasant View Rest Home in Winamac.
The Town’s Plan Commission met on Monday. No action was planned for the site following a rejection of Pulaski County’s current proposal to move the site from an Industrial Zoning to a Residential Zoning. Continue reading →
A team of agencies in Pulaski County has decided to join forces to promote JDAI initiatives, and that could mean big changes for the way criminal youth offenders receive rehabilitation. Continue reading →
A major employer in Winamac may be taking the first steps that could lead to future investments.
Monday night’s Pulaski County Commissioners meeting brought a request from CDC Executive Director Nathan Origer following talks with BraunAbility and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. Under the proposal, County Road 60 between 14 and 25 South would be vacated by the county. Continue reading →