The town of Culver is the recipient of a sizeable grant from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs. The $500,000 grant will go toward the town’s proposed new water treatment plant. Continue reading
State Road 8 between U.S. 421 and S.R. 39 in LaPorte County will be closed starting tomorrow. Continue reading
The staff at Pulaski County Human Services, Inc. is helping the community each and every day. The nonprofit organization provides assistance to those in low-income, disabled and elderly households. Continue reading
The annual Culver Fall Fest continues today with a full schedule of events. Enjoy the golf cart rodeo at 11 a.m. EDT. Pumpkin and face painting will take place on Main Street while a beer tent provided by Evil Czech Brewery will be open until 9 p.m. for festival goers to enjoy local craft beer. Continue reading
The annual Culver Fall Fest promises a weekend full of healthy, family fun. Festivities get under way tonight with the straw pyramid at the park, a haunted house at the beach lodge and the moonlight paddle event. Continue reading
Ancilla College invites prospective students to visit the school. Access Ancilla Day will be held tomorrow for high school students to see what they offer. Continue reading
Enrollment at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation is down slightly over this time last year. The official student count turned in to the state last month is 1,231.5. Superintendent Dan Foster says that’s a decline of 1.5 students. Continue reading
Representatives from Gibraltar Design presented updates in the building project to the Eastern Pulaski School Board Monday night. The project includes upgrades to the elementary, middle and high schools. Main entrances will be secured, restrooms updated, classrooms improved including the change of chalkboards to marker boards and replacing windows. Continue reading
Deer are on the move this fall with hunting season and mating season in full swing. Use extra caution when driving in rural areas at this time of the year.
Deer tend to be more active in the early morning hours and just after dusk. Where there is one deer there are often several more that could follow.
It’s the political campaigning season, and the Indiana Department of Transportation reminds candidates campaign signs are not allowed in federal and state highway right-of-ways.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is looking to hire seasonal workers across Northwest Indiana. Applicants seeking work this winter as a plow driver or maintenance worker must have a valid CDL, be able to pass a drug test and should preferably have a high school diploma or GED.
Fulton Industries Inc. has announced the sale of their building on Fort Wayne Road in Rochester. American Axle and Manufacturing Inc. took over as owners on Wednesday Oct. 8th. Continue reading
The refurbished veterans monument at Fletcher Cemetery is almost finished. Members of the Fletcher Cemetery Association have been collecting donations to move the structure east of its original location, pour a new foundation and surround it with commemorative bricks. Continue reading
Fall leaf pick up is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 14th in Knox. Leaves need to be placed in front of your residence next to the curb on the street in a long row, not in the alley. Continue reading
The annual Reality Store for 8th grade students at West Central Middle School is scheduled this month. The program provides students with the chance to learn about careers, and envision their life at age 28. Continue reading
The inaugural Autumn Leaves Festival at Norwayne Field in North Judson promises a day full of healthy, family fun. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council met in a special session on Monday to accept the resignation of the town manager. Dave Schoeff resigned last week and will finish his duties as manager on Oct. 17th.
The council is going to advertise the position in hopes of getting someone to start at the beginning of 2015.
The sink hole on Sheridan Street in North Judson has been repaired. The barricades were removed Tuesday morning according to North Judson Town Clerk Donna Henry. Continue reading
The North Judson-Wayne Township Public Library is conducting their semi-annual drive of non-food donations for CADA this month. Items can be dropped off at the library from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Continue reading
The Culver School Board members are considering a balanced calendar for the 2015-2016 school year. On Nov. 3rd Rochester School Corporation Superintendent Jana Vance, a principal and a teacher will come to Culver High School auditorium to share the pros and cons of the schedule. Continue reading