Winamac Community High School’s new alternative learning program is one step closer to getting full approval from the State Department of Education. Continue reading
The West Central School Corporation will be making some safety improvements thanks to a state grant. The school board accepted a Secured Schools Safety Grant from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security Thursday. Continue reading
Stop and see WKVI staff members Saturday in Knox and Winamac as you shop for your Thanksgiving dinner. The station is once again hosting a bi-county food drive to benefit the Community Services of Starke County and Pulaski County Human Services food pantries. Continue reading
This is the busiest hunting weekend of the year, according to the DNR. Tens of thousands of hunters are taking to the woods for deer firearm season. It opens today and continues through Sunday, Nov. 29th. Continue reading
River otters will be in season in Indiana for the first time in years starting this weekend.
Several area school corporations are recipients of Secured School Safety Grant funds from the state. The program provides matching funds to school corporations to conduct a threat assessment, purchase equipment or restrict access to the school or expedite notice to first responders to hire a school resource officer. Continue reading
The West Central School Corporation has gotten grant funding to help teachers continue to meet the challenges of teaching high-ability students. Continue reading
Those behind on their taxes still have a chance to repay the state without incurring any penalties.
Tippecanoe River State Park in Winamac is among several facilities scheduled to close next week for the first of two planned deer reduction hunts this season. Others include Clifty Falls, Fort Harrison, Harmonie, Lincoln, McCormick’s Creek, Ouabachie, Pokagon, Potato Creek, Prophetstown, Shades, Shakamak, Turkey Run and Whitewater Memorial. Continue reading
A high wind warning is in effect for our area until late tonight. South winds are expected to veer southwest and rapidly increase this morning. By afternoon they will become west, according to the National Weather Service. Sustained wind speeds of between 25 and 40 miles per hour are expected, with widespread gusts of 50 to 55 miles per hour. Continue reading
The Pulaski County Republican Party has chosen a new county clerk to serve the remainder of Tasha Foerg’s term. She’s moving out of the area and resigning from that job at the end of the year. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board took the first step Monday in eventually allowing the school corporation to invest some of its funds. Continue reading
Blustery southwest winds are possible throughout the day. They’re expected to increase in speed and intensity into the overnight hours. The National Weather Service has issued a high wind advisory for tomorrow morning into Friday in anticipation of sustained winds of at least 40 miles per hour or gusts of 58 miles per hour or more. Continue reading
ISTEP scores have been released by the State Department of Education, but Eastern Pulaski School superintendent Dan Foster says there are still many issues to be resolved. Continue reading
Considerations are being made to allow the Sheriff’s Department more control over inmates at the Pulaski County Justice Center.
The Pulaski County Council may be searching for additional funding for future technology upgrades.
The Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation was given $15,000 Monday to help pay for improvements to its baseball facilities. Continue reading
The Pulaski County Public Library’s Medaryville branch is slated to close at the end of the year. Library Board President Judy Heater says that decision was made due to a decline in patrons and the expense of providing materials and services. Continue reading
A restaurant in Medaryville called the local fire department after some material in the kitchen caught fire.