The Pulaski County Commissioners will hear from the election board as November draws closer.
Early voting poll workers in Pulaski County will see a bit of a bump in pay come November’s General Election.
The Pulaski County Commissioners have taken steps to ensure Election Day activities continue in the event of unforeseen circumstances.
The saga of the promulgating hat continues in Pulaski County, and the local election board says they are working to find more information.
The Starke County Election Board plans to revisit a resolution intended to structure the duties of the Election Day inspectors.
The Pulaski County Election Board has taken another step toward implementing its vote center plan, this time with the purchase of technology contracts.
Elections in Pulaski County may look more high-tech following the delivery of several pieces of equipment.
Pulaski County used grant funds generated through the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) as a way to refurbish voting machines and purchase e-poll books. The devices, described as iPads with a special scanning attachment for identification, allow voters to move through lines more quickly during voting hours.
Candidates running for office in Starke County could be facing fines for not filing the appropriate financial disclosure forms.
During Tuesday’s Starke County Election Commission meeting, filing CFA-4 forms was discussed as important due to laws implemented at the state level. There are three financial documents that need to be filed for a candidate to be in compliance.
Tony Kerby lost his life in the Yellow River attempting to save his younger brother’s life. The good looking boy went in the treacherous waters to save his 8-year-old brother Dominick when the youngster slipped off a rock. Dominick was saved when a person in the park pulled him to safety, but Tony could not swim to the banks.
Community members were so saddened by the death that a cross was put at the site to honor his efforts and his life. The memorial was created by Shelby Clemons of North Judson, his wife, Danielle, and Misty Baldridge of Knox.
After not running in the 2010 Starke County Primary Election, Gordon Richie was drafted by the Starke County Republican party to be its candidate in the election. In August, Richie was disqualified after the Election Board voted 2-1 that he did not properly file his candidacy in a timely manner.