A Knox factory has gotten Ford’s highest distinction for supplier quality. Continue reading
Nearly 47,000 Hoosiers are at risk of losing their benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP. A federal waiver letting Indiana residents forgo work requirements is expiring. Continue reading
Starke Circuit Judge Kim Hall accepted pleas from and sentenced a pair of defendants yesterday in Starke Circuit Court. Continue reading
Chalk up another first at the Starke County Justice Center. Judge Kim Hall conducted the first hearings in the circuit courtroom at the facility yesterday. Continue reading
Those overseeing the Hometown Collaboration Initiative in Pulaski County may just now be getting their feet wet.
A loose group of organizers is hoping to identify issues related to the production of local food, and maybe improve health and nutrition in the process.
The Starke County Bicentennial Committee is moving ahead with making a design that will be used on promotional place mats and posters. Continue reading
The Town of Culver got their first taste of an ordinance that looks to better control unsafe buildings in Marshall County.
Helicopter rides, a Corn Hole Tournament, and a three-on-three basketball tournament are just some of the attractions at this year’s Marshall County Blueberry Festival. Continue reading
Gas prices have been dropping over the past few days, and experts expect that trend to continue. Continue reading
The Starke County Park Board has now assembled a letter that hopes to influence a change of heart by the County’s Drainage Board.
The climate data is present now, but local officials with Purdue Extension say the effects may not be seen for several months.
The City of Knox is getting a rebate from its health insurance carrier, thanks to a provision in the Affordable Care Act. It caps the amount of premium money companies can spend on advertising, sales, salaries and promotion at 20-percent. The remaining 80 percent has to be spent on actual healthcare benefits. Continue reading
The Town of Culver could soon develop a permit for special events requiring a police presence.
An ordinance outlining a possible fee schedule was introduced during a meeting Monday night. That ordinance, if adopted, would assess fees for events over a certain size or time limits. Permits would only be issued for events requiring the use of public property.
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is right around the corner, but organizers say they can still use your help with setting up. Continue reading
A month long investigation by the Knox Police Department into suspected drug activity ended with five arrests. Officers served a search warrant at 507 S. Heaton Street on Monday and found an active meth lab, multiple items used to manufacture the drug and illegal prescription medications, according to a news release. Continue reading
The final pavement work through the Knox Industrial Park should wrap up in the next few weeks. The contractor for the industrial park road improvement project is back in Knox for the next couple of days placing asphalt on Klockner Drive/300 East, Culver Road, Pacific Avenue and Hamilton Drive. All roads will remain open but will be down to one lane during the paving. Flagmen will direct traffic in the area. Continue reading
Two human cases of West Nile Virus have prompted health officials in central Indiana to provide additional information to the public.
A new program is helping certain students at Eastern Pulaski Schools better learn information if they’ve fallen behind.