Teenage girls in Tippecanoe Township in Pulaski County will be able to compete in the first ever Miss Tippy Teen Pageant.
Clean-up continues in the Tippecanoe River following a diesel spill late last week.
The Pulaski County Commissioners briefly reviewed the incident Monday night to discuss the progress. The spill caused canoe traffic along that four-mile stretch of river to be disallowed until clean-up is complete.
Pulaski County emergency management officials responded to a diesel spill that has caused closures along the Tippecanoe River.
Flooding along the Tippecanoe River has left the ground saturated in the Winamac Town Park.
According to Town Manager Brad Zellers, however, there’s not much the Town can do to help with the situation. As things stand, water from the river is coming into the back of the park.
The railroad crossing between 19th Road and Illion Street in Tippecanoe will be closed Monday, May 5 through Friday, May 16. Norfolk Southern crews are repairing the crossing at that location in Marshall County.
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The Pulaski County YMCA is hosting its first ever large Tippecanoe River float event. The float will launch from Haschel Bridge at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10.
“This is a free event to anyone who would like to participate. Our goal is just to have a fun day where families can come out and do something together as a group,” said Cara Dulin of the YMCA.