One of the Winamac businesses that has been renovated on the inside is Tippy’s. The building previously housed H&R Block that has since moved to a building further east on Pearl Street.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Winamac but that’s not the only decor that’s sprucing up the town. Area business owners have looked beyond the holiday decor and are rejuvenating the interior and exterior of buildings. 
The EPES ExPrEsS choir got everyone in the holiday spirit during breakfast with Santa.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
What appears to have been a conflict between two individuals ended in the death of one and the stabbing of another. 
Braving the cold temperatures, veterans lined Main Street Saturday morning for the annual service.
Numerous Veterans Day services were held last weekend in honor of those who gave much while keeping America safe. Those services were captured in photos by the Pulaski County Journal. 
Several people gathered at the Pulaski County Public Library Nov. 9 to hear what the future plans are of the community pool committee after the Winamac Town Council approved to not move forward with pool operational funds until those funds are available.
Although many are predicting that the option for a community pool is a wash, some are still slowly wading through to the end result. 
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members approved to cancel the coaching contract of boys varsity basketball coach Kyle Johnson. Johnson thanked those who were in the audience for their support.
The coaching contract of the varsity boys basketball team has been canceled after an opposed motion by the Eastern Pulaski Community School Board members. 
One of the Winamac businesses that has been renovated on the inside is Tippy’s. The building previously housed H&R Block that has since moved to a building further east on Pearl Street.
The EPES ExPrEsS choir got everyone in the holiday spirit during breakfast with Santa.
Braving the cold temperatures, veterans lined Main Street Saturday morning for the annual service.
Several people gathered at the Pulaski County Public Library Nov. 9 to hear what the future plans are of the community pool committee after the Winamac Town Council approved to not move forward with pool operational funds until those funds are available.
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation Board members approved to cancel the coaching contract of boys varsity basketball coach Kyle Johnson. Johnson thanked those who were in the audience for their support.
One of the Winamac businesses that has been renovated on the inside is Tippy’s. The building previously housed H&R Block that has since moved to a building further east on Pearl Street.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Winamac but that’s not the only decor that’s sprucing up the town. Area business owners have looked beyond the holiday decor and are rejuvenating the interior and exterior of buildings.  During the last year or more about a dozen Winamac businesses...
Pulaski County Commissioners reviewed the 2018 schedules that include holidays, commissioners’ meeting and payroll dates, with some concern during a meeting Monday evening.  Commissioners didn’t voice a concern regarding the commissioners’ meeting schedule or the payroll dates. They did discuss the...
A lawsuit that was filed against the county regarding the brazen disregard of two federal statutes has come to a tentative settlement pending approval of a United States district court judge.  The complaint that seeks declaratory and injunctive relief was filed Dec. 27, 2016, against Pulaski County...
The EPES ExPrEsS choir got everyone in the holiday spirit during breakfast with Santa.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.
What appears to have been a conflict between two individuals ended in the death of one and the stabbing of another.  On Nov. 21, at 12:41 p.m. the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office received a call of a stabbing at 210 S. Waldon in Medaryville.  Medaryville police responded to the call to find one...
Francesville Town Council members are once again hearing about complications with the wastewater disinfection system upgrade at the lagoons.  The project that is behind schedule has seen its share of problems including the moving of sludge that took longer than anticipated and waiting on...
Medaryville Town Council held a special session, Nov. 21, to hire a temporary maintenance assistant as the council looks to the future to hire a full-time employee.  Council members approved the recommendation of Peter Mechling, who lives in Medaryville  as the temporary maintenance assistant. 
An unpleasant discussion between the Pulaski County Council and the Pulaski County Coroner’s Office caused several questions to be asked regarding the coroner’s office budget.  Coroner John Behny and chief deputy Jon Frain asked for some clarification in regards to how the department is being paid...
Braving the cold temperatures, veterans lined Main Street Saturday morning for the annual service.
Numerous Veterans Day services were held last weekend in honor of those who gave much while keeping America safe. Those services were captured in photos by the Pulaski County Journal. 
Several people gathered at the Pulaski County Public Library Nov. 9 to hear what the future plans are of the community pool committee after the Winamac Town Council approved to not move forward with pool operational funds until those funds are available.
Although many are predicting that the option for a community pool is a wash, some are still slowly wading through to the end result.  Community pool committee chairman Judy Heater hosted a public meeting on Nov. 9 to address many concerns about the proposed pool and whether it will happen.  Heater...
 
 

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