The Culver Town Council members reviewed a resolution last week that would allow the town to accept a portion of 17C Road from Marshall County that abuts town property.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners approved a motion Monday night to direct the Starke County Election Board to move forward with a move from precinct voting sites to Vote Centers.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members considered a resolution last week that would outline the town’s funding commitments if Marshall County is designated a winner in the Regional Stellar Communities Designation initiative.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski school bus involved in last month’s fatal crash in Marshall County officially had its number retired by the school board Monday.Continue reading
The approval of two resolutions by North Judson Town Council members Monday night will allow the town to be reimbursed for expenditures made toward the water and sewer projects prior to the completion of the bonding process. Continue reading
The Starke County Election Board plans to revisit a resolution intended to structure the duties of the Election Day inspectors.
The start of the New Year often brings with it a few resolutions.
Among the most common choices consistently cited amongst Americans for change is to quit smoking. According to the American Cancer Society, kicking the habit is difficult due to the presence of nicotine in tobacco products.
One area county has decided to move forward with designating themselves as a vote center county.
According to the school corporation’s agenda, board members will discuss an amendment to the Rainy Day Fund Resolution. Those funds are typically used to address emergency budget concerns.
Tomorrow may be the beginning of the New Year, but it can also be the beginning of some of those New Year’s resolutions.
Popular among those commitments is to quit smoking.