Pulaski County Commissioners Mike McClure, Jerry Locke and Kenny Becker listened Monday morning, as Indiana Department of Veteran Affairs Northwest District Service Officer Tom White Jr. made a recommendation of who the next county veterans officer should be.
Pulaski County Commissioners have hired a county veterans service officer after a recommendation was made by the district service officer. 
Angie Radtke signed her administrative contract with West Central School Corporation on July 11 as she was hired as the new assistant principal. School boardman Jeff Lowry and superintendent Dan Zylstra welcomed her.
West Central School Corporation will see a lot of new faces this coming school year, two of which will hold administrative roles. 
Ponding and wet fields this spring made it almost impossible for farmers to get into the fields to plant. Because of the saturated fields Gov. Holcomb is asking for 88 counties to be declared a disaster.
Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced on July 12 that the state of Indiana is requesting a U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretarial disaster designation for 88 counties due to losses caused by flooding and excessive rain this planting season.
Ethan Shannon earned the title of ultimate showman on July 4. Shannon was one of several champion showman including Ethan Leman, Emma Nielsen, Elizabeth Button, Sydney Anderson, Tori Culp and Ryan Lynch.
Ethan Shannon had an unforgettable fair week. 
Ethan Shannon and Kirsten Calloway were named the  2019 4-H Royalty. The court includes Valerie Field, McKenzie Mitchell, Emily Field and Taylor Clark.
Pulaski County Fair and 4-H continued the tradition of thanking those who give their time and talents while also welcoming the new 4-H royalty on June 29, the first official day of fair. 
Jillian Brumm was crowned the 2019 Miss Pulaski County Sunday evening. 2018 Miss Pulaski County Rachel Ploss congratulated her and the court of first runner-up Danni-Jo Rausch, second runner-up, Miss Congeniality and the People’s Choice Allison Keller and third runner-up Maddison Budka.
The four contestants of the Miss Pulaski County Queen Pageant were fan favorites but only one took the title of queen. 
Pulaski County Commissioners Mike McClure, Jerry Locke and Kenny Becker listened Monday morning, as Indiana Department of Veteran Affairs Northwest District Service Officer Tom White Jr. made a recommendation of who the next county veterans officer should be.
Angie Radtke signed her administrative contract with West Central School Corporation on July 11 as she was hired as the new assistant principal. School boardman Jeff Lowry and superintendent Dan Zylstra welcomed her.
Ponding and wet fields this spring made it almost impossible for farmers to get into the fields to plant. Because of the saturated fields Gov. Holcomb is asking for 88 counties to be declared a disaster.
Ethan Shannon earned the title of ultimate showman on July 4. Shannon was one of several champion showman including Ethan Leman, Emma Nielsen, Elizabeth Button, Sydney Anderson, Tori Culp and Ryan Lynch.
Ethan Shannon and Kirsten Calloway were named the  2019 4-H Royalty. The court includes Valerie Field, McKenzie Mitchell, Emily Field and Taylor Clark.
Jillian Brumm was crowned the 2019 Miss Pulaski County Sunday evening. 2018 Miss Pulaski County Rachel Ploss congratulated her and the court of first runner-up Danni-Jo Rausch, second runner-up, Miss Congeniality and the People’s Choice Allison Keller and third runner-up Maddison Budka.
Pulaski County Commissioners Mike McClure, Jerry Locke and Kenny Becker listened Monday morning, as Indiana Department of Veteran Affairs Northwest District Service Officer Tom White Jr. made a recommendation of who the next county veterans officer should be.
Pulaski County Commissioners have hired a county veterans service officer after a recommendation was made by the district service officer.  Indiana Department of Veteran Affairs Northwest District Service Officer Tom White Jr. gave his recommendation to the commissioners during a regular meeting...
Angie Radtke signed her administrative contract with West Central School Corporation on July 11 as she was hired as the new assistant principal. School boardman Jeff Lowry and superintendent Dan Zylstra welcomed her.
West Central School Corporation will see a lot of new faces this coming school year, two of which will hold administrative roles.  The school board approved to hire an assistant principal for the middle and high school and a new athletic director on July 11. In the past several years, the position...
Ponding and wet fields this spring made it almost impossible for farmers to get into the fields to plant. Because of the saturated fields Gov. Holcomb is asking for 88 counties to be declared a disaster.
Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced on July 12 that the state of Indiana is requesting a U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretarial disaster designation for 88 counties due to losses caused by flooding and excessive rain this planting season. “Heavy and persistent rainfall has saturated fields...
Pulaski County Prosecutor Daniel P. Murphy has announced his retirement that will become effective Aug. 3.  Murphy said in a letter to Gov. Holcomb that he has given the decision significant thought and has decided that it’s time to retire. Murphy was elected in 2014 as the prosecutor and has since...
Ethan Shannon and Kirsten Calloway were named the  2019 4-H Royalty. The court includes Valerie Field, McKenzie Mitchell, Emily Field and Taylor Clark.
Pulaski County Fair and 4-H continued the tradition of thanking those who give their time and talents while also welcoming the new 4-H royalty on June 29, the first official day of fair.  At the achievement program, 4-H members were recognized for their years in 4-H and their leaders were honored...
Jillian Brumm was crowned the 2019 Miss Pulaski County Sunday evening. 2018 Miss Pulaski County Rachel Ploss congratulated her and the court of first runner-up Danni-Jo Rausch, second runner-up, Miss Congeniality and the People’s Choice Allison Keller and third runner-up Maddison Budka.
The four contestants of the Miss Pulaski County Queen Pageant were fan favorites but only one took the title of queen.  Jillian Brumm took the honor and was crowned queen with much applause from the audience Sunday evening. Brumm is the daughter of Bryce and Lori Brumm.  Brumm, 18, said she became...
County taxpayers could see an increase in their property taxes as the county council approved to thaw the levy freeze during a special session on Monday, June 17.  Members of the council gathered to discuss the ordinance and ask any questions they had before deciding on whether to formally approve...
Members of the Medaryville Election Board, clerk-treasurer Judy Harwood, democrat Betty Payne and republican Pat Tiede, met for the first time to talk about their responsibilities for the upcoming election.
Members of the Medaryville election board met for the first time to establish the board, appoint a chairman and prepare a plan for the upcoming election.  The election board was formed because the Medaryville Town Council wanted to save money by holding an election instead of the county. The last...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members officially approved the resignation of superintendent Dan Foster during a special meeting Monday evening.  The meeting involved approving the resignation of three employees, hiring an interim superintendent and also a company to help in the...
 
 

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