Several lots in San Pierre will not be vacated following a decision by the Starke County Commissioners Monday morning.Continue reading
A woman was airlifted from the scene of a motorcycle accident that reportedly occurred in San Pierre shortly after 3:40 a.m. on Monday, June 3rd.
According to the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, the crash happened in the area of CR 1400 W and CR 800 N.Continue reading
Residents on Brazil Street in San Pierre will now have a smoother road, thanks to a decision by the Starke County Commissioners last week.Continue reading
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Firefighters from several area fire departments were called to a large structure fire in San Pierre Monday night.
North Judson-San Pierre School board members considered a lease with Apple when they met Tuesday night.
Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin shared that the lease will help finance the technology upgrades that the board has been discussing recently. Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre will be hosting the second annual Blue Jay Showcase during Friday night’s girls’ basketball game versus Triton at the Jr/Sr High School.
Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin invites all community members to come out and see the various things that NJSP students have been working on this year.
“It’s an opportunity for our students and teachers to display or demonstrate student work and programs.” Zupin explained, “So in the cafeteria, during the ball game, we will have just a variety of student work and programs.” Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board will receive a Capital Project update from a representative with the architecture firm Fanning Howey when they meet tonight.
Harold Welter will attend the meeting and provide a presentation about the Cheryl Lyn Welter Family Charitable Foundation. Board members must also act on a donation from Church of the Heartland. Continue reading
Starke County may soon be able to move ahead with the demolition of a dilapidated San Pierre building. The former San Pierre Bank has become a safety concern for the community, to the point where the county has had to install barriers around the building. Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board will discuss the 2016-2017 school calendar when it meets this evening. Board members will also decide whether to approve the purchases of a bus and food services equipment. Continue reading
The Starke County Public Library is kicking off its winter reading program this week with activities for people of all ages. This year’s theme is Sweet Adventures in Reading, based on the game Candyland. Continue reading
The North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation will have to borrow money in order to meet financial obligations over the next six months. Business manager Guy Richie says they managed to close the 2015 budget year in the black by continuing to scale back on expenses and relying heavily on their cash balance. Continue reading
The interim superintendent of the North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation has 48 years of experience in public education and is considered an expert when it comes to school finances. Continue reading
Starke County restaurants will play a key role in promoting local activities surrounding Indiana’s bicentennial celebration. The county bicentennial committee has finalized a placemat design featuring a map and local historical information. It will be distributed free of charge early next year to local restaurants. Continue reading
An official marker to commemorate President Abraham Lincoln’s funeral train passing through San Pierre in 1865 will soon be complete. Continue reading
ISTEP scores across the state are expected to plummet due to changes in the test. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz discussed the anticipated drop with North Judson-San Pierre officials during a Friday visit to the elementary school. Continue reading
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz visited North Judson-San Pierre schools Friday afternoon. She didn’t directly address this week’s failed general fund referendum but did speak to high school students about the significance of corporations like N.J.-S.P. to the communities they serve. Continue reading
Officials with the North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation are trying to regroup after voters overwhelmingly rejected a tax increase to shore up the general fund. Superintendent Lynn Johnson told WKVI News her immediate priority is to find a way to close out the 2015 budget in the black. The school’s fiscal year ends on Dec. 31. Johnson estimates at least $1 million in cuts will need to be made between now and then. Continue reading
Voters who reside within the jurisdiction of the North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation soundly defeated a property tax referendum. Revenue from the proposed hike would have been used to prop up sagging revenue as a result of declining enrollment and changes in the way the state funds schools. Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation officials say taxpayers within the corporation will see less of an increase in years two through seven if a general fund referendum is approved.
Language on the ballot has raised questions among voters. It states: “For the 7 calendar year or years immediately following the holding of the referendum, shall the North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation impose a property tax rate that does not exceed forty-seven and a half cents ($0.475) on each one hundred dollars ($100) of assessed valuation and that is in addition to all other property tax levies imposed by the North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation for the purpose of funding the general operation of the school corporation.” Continue reading
As the principal of North Judson-San Pierre High School, I do not make a habit out of publicly commenting about school business. The allegations of misconduct that were recently made at a school board meeting (and subsequently reported by WKVI) are serious. I choose to comment publicly on this situation now because it is serious, and because it is important for anyone that has read the initial report to know the truth. Continue reading