Hometown Collaborative Initiative Team seeks community input
With Pulaski County’s selection as one of the six Indiana communities to be part of the new Hometown Collaboration Initiative (HCI), local residents are urged to share their thoughts on the key strengths and challenges of the county.
Residents are encouraged to weigh in on three major topics: (1) the quality of life in our community; (2) the local economy; and (3) local leadership.
“Input from residents is critical,” said Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan P. Origer. “The future of this community cannot be left to the hands of Click to continue reading…
State recognizes local dispatchers
Communication officers are the unseen voice heard on the scanner as emergency responders are called to action. Many times they are the only connection a person has until help arrives. They are trained to stay calm and in radio broadcasting procedures and emergency medical dispatching.
Because many times communication officers are not recognized for their efforts, Indiana recognizes them during Public Safety Telecommunications Week.
Public Safety Telecommunications Week began in California in 1981 and was nationally recognized by Congress in Click to continue reading…
Grund joins Journal team
A new member is being welcomed to the Pulaski County Journal and The Independent staff starting Monday, April 13.
The staff at the papers are excited to welcome Beth Grund as the new sales representative.
Grund is a Winamac Community High School graduate and attended Purdue University for advertising. She has worked for the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation for more than three years as Click to continue reading…
Van Buren Twp. Volunteer Fire Department receives grant
Taking a few minutes to fill out a grant application in hopes of helping a nonprofit organization was rewarded on Saturday.
Jean Ann Fox, of Pulaski County, nominated the Van Buren Township Volunteer Fire Department because she wanted to thank them for their countless hours of service.
“These brave men are community members that Click to continue reading…
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