Indiana State Police are pumping up patrols this week in anticipation of the Thanksgiving holiday travel period.
Local communities are getting into the Christmas spirit. Knox and North Judson have scheduled their annual tree lighting ceremonies for next week. Continue reading
The National Weather Service has declared a Winter Weather Advisory for much of Northern Indiana, Saturday.
A local business owner will be sentenced in January after he was convicted this week on a single felony charge.
Staff and students at the Knox Community School Corporation are once again attempting to help those less fortunate.
The Starke County Board of Zoning Appeals and Library Board are fully populated again after action this week by the council and commissioners. Continue reading
The American Red Cross is asking local residents to consider donating blood during the holiday season. Continue reading
The Starke County Historical Society held its annual meeting and dinner Thursday night at the Knox High School Cafeteria.
Health Insurance Marketplace Open Enrollment is underway for this year, and IU Health Starke Hospital is offering to help you find the right insurance plan. Continue reading
An open house was held at the former Stelrema building Thursday to try to find a new business for the property. Continue reading
Starke County employees will not notice a change in their health insurance benefits in the coming year. Continue reading
Residents in Starke and Pulaski Counties will have the opportunity tomorrow to help those in need while doing their Thanksgiving shopping. WKVI will be collecting food at Five Star in the Knox Mall and Sanders in Winamac from 10 a.m. until noon Central. Continue reading
The Culver Redevelopment Commission’s Façade Grant Program is still in its pilot stages and hopes to promote general maintenance while enhancing the look of Culver’s buildings.
The snowfall is being predicted during what Governor Mike Pence declared Winter Weather Preparedness Week. The recognition started on Sunday and lasts through Saturday.
INDOT says, however, they have been preparing for possible accumulation this week since the spring. Continue reading
Interviews for an interim superintendent with the North Judson – San Pierre School Corporation will be taking place in the near future.
The Starke County Park Board plans to encourage cross country skiers to use the County Forest if it can get access to a snowmobile to groom the trails. A mid-July date for another open house at the Forest is under consideration.
Starke County’s 2016 salary ordinance will include longevity pay for employees. Continue reading
The North Judson Town Council voted Monday to renew the town’s fire protection contracts with Jackson and Wayne Townships. The agreements let the North Judson-Wayne Township Fire Department cover areas outside of the town. Continue reading
The Starke County Community Foundation honored Marilyn and Mathew Swanson Tuesday with the first annual James R. Hardesty Leadership in Philanthropy Award. The Swansons were involved in numerous organizations in the county, including the Community Foundation, where they helped create the Ancilla/SCILL Center Fund, as well as The Mat and Marilyn Swanson Family Fund. Continue reading