The Winamac Police Department will be receiving some firearms training this month, according to Town Marshal Mark Hoffman.Continue reading
Jumping from the swinging bridge in Pulaski County is a finable offense that local law enforcement officials are on the look out for.Continue reading
Eastern Pulaski’s auditorium is getting a new sound system. The school board Monday approved the purchase of more than $20,000 of equipment, including installation costs, from Jubilee Sound.Continue reading
Winamac Town Marshal Mark Hoffman alerted town council members about an upcoming Emergency Vehicle Operation Training session that will take place next week. Continue reading
A Winamac Police Officer was commended during Monday night’s town council meeting.
During Town Marshal Mark Hoffman’s report, he noted that since school is back in session, they’ve increased patrols around there, specifically when students are getting on and off the busses. Councilwoman Judy Heater commented on the performance of Officer Brian Gaillard. Continue reading
Winamac Town Marshal Mark Hoffman has been quite busy since he took over for Mike Buchanan, whose retirement officially went into effect on July 1st.
Hoffman has been shadowing Buchanan over the last few months since his retirement was announced in February. Marshal Hoffman told town council members on Monday that there were a few projects that he wanted to get taken care of that have been completed. Continue reading