Winamac residents can learn more about efforts to construct a new swimming pool at the Pulaski County Family YMCA during a meeting this evening. Town Councilwoman Judy Heater is coordinating the 7 p.m. session at the Winamac Volunteer Fire Department on Main Street. Continue reading
Starke County Highway Superintendent Rik Ritzler can reinvest money taken in by his department into repairs to the county highway garage. Continue reading
Supporters of the Medaryville branch of the Pulaski County Public Library are lobbying the library board in hopes of keeping the branch open. It’s currently slated to close at the end of the year due to declining use and escalating costs. Several residents attended last Wednesday’s library board meeting. They say the library is not open at times that are conducive to use by families, and programs for youngsters are scheduled at times that conflict with church and school activities. Continue reading
You’ve heard about Black Friday and likely Small Business Saturday, but what about Giving Tuesday?
The recent snowfall was no match for the new City of Knox plow truck. Street Superintendent Jeff Borg told the board of works last week it handled well and was able to plow the streets without any mechanical problems. Continue reading
The Winter Wonderland event is taking place in Winamac Saturday. Continue reading
The Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum plans to continue a December tradition the whole family can enjoy.
The City of Knox is once again sponsoring a Christmas decorating contest. Continue reading
Today is Small Business Saturday. Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce executive director Angie Anspach says it’s important to shop local, “It’s what keeps America going is its small businesses, so we’re really encouraging everyone to get out there and support our local businesses and local economy.” Continue reading
New street signs will soon be installed on U.S. 35 through Knox in order to meet a federal requirement. Continue reading
The Town of Culver is one of the area communities interested in becoming an Indiana Main Street Community.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is encouraging Hoosiers to be aware of their surroundings with its new public service campaign, “Ready: Whenever. Wherever.” They say it’s a reminder to be on the lookout for potential acts of violence and to report any suspicious activity to law enforcement. Continue reading
The Knox City Council Tuesday night approved a series of balance transfers to close out the fiscal year in the black. Continue reading
He will decide what to do about two vehicles the city no longer uses. One is a Chevrolet Tahoe with a motor problem, and the other is a 2009 Ford Crown Victoria patrol car with transmission issues. The recent purchase of a new Dodge Charger for the Knox Police Department means it can be retired from the fleet. Continue reading
Voter turnout in Starke and Pulaski Counties during the Nov. 3 Municipal General Election exceeded the statewide average. That’s according to data released this week by Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson. Continue reading
The Town of Culver may soon be considering ways to attract businesses to their downtown area.
Commodity prices have been dropping, which may leave farmers with a few decisions to make over the coming years.
Don’t let the most wonderful time of the year turn into a nightmare by failing to heed safety precautions while shopping. Continue reading
A Hamlet Christmas tree farm is kicking off the holiday season. Today marks the start of Hensler Nursery’s annual Christmas Fest. Continue reading