Ivy Tech Community College has announced this year’s inductees to The Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana. Continue reading
Enrollment at the Eastern Pulaski School District appears to be down slightly from last year. Continue reading
Winamac residents and businesses that generate their own electricity using solar or wind power may soon have a new system for selling that power back to the town. Continue reading
Winamac Community High School will soon have some improved athletic facilities. The Eastern Pulaski School Board approved upgrades to the running track, soccer field, and baseball field at its meeting Monday. Continue reading
The Town of Winamac is saving money by switching its business to a local company. Continue reading
Winamac High School is seeing success with its new Warrior Academy alternative school program. Teacher Karen Butler, who oversees the program, told the Eastern Pulaski School Board that one month into the program, it’s already helping students who weren’t comfortable learning in a traditional classroom setting. Continue reading
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski paid a visit to Winamac Community High School on Monday to check out the school’s new Warrior Academy. Students under the supervision of teacher Karen Butler spend part of the day doing credit recovery. It allows the 16 students in the program to take courses they struggled with in a traditional classroom in an independent study setting. Walorski applauds the efforts to help students graduate. Continue reading
Members of the community are invited to pay their respects to a Winamac native who died while on active military duty. Staff Sgt. Andrew Budd was stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas. He was 27 at the time of his death on Sunday, Aug. 23 in El Paso. His body is being flown to Indianapolis this afternoon and will be returned to Winamac with an escort of police and patriot guard riders along with his family. The procession will travel north up U.S. 35 into Winamac this afternoon and turn east onto Main Street with a final destination of Frain Mortuary. The funeral home will post updates on their Facebook page as to the schedule. Continue reading
The Northern Indiana Power from the Past summer power show may have been canceled this year, but you still have a chance to see some antique farm machinery in action. Continue reading
A new program is helping certain students at Eastern Pulaski Schools better learn information if they’ve fallen behind.
Formal charges have been filed against a former Pulaski County official who is accused of stealing items from a dead man. Prosecuting attorney Daniel Murphy tells WKVI News he’s charged 41-year-old Tracy Rossman of Winamac with official misconduct as a level 6 felony and theft as a class A misdemeanor since the items she is accused of taking are valued at less than $750. Continue reading
A Pulaski County official is out of a job and in trouble with the law. Continue reading
Incumbent Winamac City Councilwoman Judy Heater will serve a four-year term.
She got 36 votes to Rudy DeSabatine’s 25 on the first ballot during Thursday night’s Republican Party Convention. Winamac will not need to hold a November municipal election, as there are not any contested races. Continue reading
Though Winamac students returned to school on Wednesday, the town will notice within the next few weeks construction will still be taking place for the Safe Routes to School project. Due to incorrect ADA slopes being installed in the sidewalks, they must be replaced. Yards affected by the sidewalk construction will also be fixed. Continue reading
According to Eastern Pulaski Community Schools’ Superintendent Dan Foster, the corporation has been having some concerns with their primary financial provider for several months now. Issues included inconsistency, unreliability and an abundance of unnecessary fees.
In order to solve the problem, a proposal was composed and sent out to several potential providers. The current institution did not even reply to the proposal. This led Superintendent Foster to address the school board Monday evening and suggest switching their primary financial institution to one of the two places that did respond. Continue reading
Registered Republican voters who live within the Winamac town limits will decide between two town council candidates tonight. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation campus will soon have a new bench commemorating the memory of former Superintendent Harry Cords. At the school board meeting Monday evening, one item on the agenda was to approve a $750 donation from the Cords family. Thanks to unanimous approval from the board, the donation was accepted and the board discussed where exactly to place the memorial bench. Continue reading
Winamac Town Marshal Mike Buchanan told the town council Monday evening that July calls to the police department and accidents reported were up from previous months. Continue reading
During their meeting Monday evening, the Eastern Pulaski School Board unanimously approved a a roofing contract with Insley Systems Inc. Gibraltar Design Inc. has been the main construction consultant for the corporation during their building renovations. Certain projects are out of Gibraltar’s wheel house so they make recommendations for special projects. They submitted a proposal to the board for Insley to tackle the roofing project. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board discussed back-to-school matters when they met last night. Superintendent Foster will address faculty members in the middle/high school cafeteria at noon. Students have a chance to meet their teachers tonight. Continue reading