Medaryville voters have narrowed down the list of clerk-treasurer candidates. Stacy Conley was the winner of Tuesday’s Republican town convention. She beat Jasmine Hines by 22 votes to six, according to convention official Karen Wagner.Continue reading
Republican voters in Medaryville will choose their nominee for clerk-treasurer tomorrow. A town convention has been scheduled for 6:00 p.m. EDT at the Medaryville Christian Church Annex.Continue reading
Races are almost set for town elections in North Judson and Medaryville. Thursday was the filing deadline for towns that didn’t have a May primary.Continue reading
Medaryville voters will have a few contested races to decide this year. As of Wednesday morning, three candidates are in the running to replace Democrat Judy Harwood as clerk-treasurer, according to Pulaski County Clerk JoLynn Behny.Continue reading
Pulaski County officers were called to a Medaryville residence Saturday night in reference to a fight.
Stacy Conley, 26, of Medaryville told police that she and her sister had gotten into an argument because she would not provide her sister with a clean urine sample for a drug test. Her sister, 25-year-old Kimberly Wireman of San Pierre, reportedly became upset and started screaming at her. Conley stated that her sister was going to borrow her car and when she went out to the vehicle, Wireman was already in the driver’s seat and Conley took the keys out of the ignition. Wireman then reportedly grabbed Conley’s hair and began to hit her while dragging her into the van. Police saw that Conley had been hit in the face. Conley stated that she probably struck Wireman in the face as she was being pulled into the van.