This is the first in a series of articles that will be published regarding the Pulaski County Courthouse.
It’s said that history repeats itself and so is the case of the Pulaski County Courthouse. 
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Mary Welker was sworn in again by Pulaski Superior Court Judge Crystal Brucker Kocher as part of a robing ceremony on Jan. 10.
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Mary Welker is officially ready for her first term as she officially donned her robe on Jan. 10. 
A Winamac man was pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle accident on Jan. 8.
The life of a Winamac man was taken as two semis collided on U.S. 421 on Jan. 8.  Police were called to the scene of a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 421 and CR 600 S., just south of Francesville before 11:32 a.m. 
Volunteers will be working with the American Red Cross to install smoke detectors on Saturday, Jan. 19.
The goal is 200. The outcome is saving lives. 
Nic Kasten and Caitlin Shidler welcomed Kash Lee Kasten on Jan. 4. He is the first baby to be born at Pulaski Memorial Hospital in 2019.
The arrival of the first baby to be born at Pulaski Memorial Hospital was a little unexpected on Jan. 4. 
Three court cases have been filed in regards to the fatality accident that claimed the life of a Winamac Community Middle School student.
Three court cases have been filed in regards to the fatality accident that claimed the life of a Winamac Community Middle School student. 
This is the first in a series of articles that will be published regarding the Pulaski County Courthouse.
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Mary Welker was sworn in again by Pulaski Superior Court Judge Crystal Brucker Kocher as part of a robing ceremony on Jan. 10.
A Winamac man was pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle accident on Jan. 8.
Volunteers will be working with the American Red Cross to install smoke detectors on Saturday, Jan. 19.
Nic Kasten and Caitlin Shidler welcomed Kash Lee Kasten on Jan. 4. He is the first baby to be born at Pulaski Memorial Hospital in 2019.
Three court cases have been filed in regards to the fatality accident that claimed the life of a Winamac Community Middle School student.
This is the first in a series of articles that will be published regarding the Pulaski County Courthouse.
It’s said that history repeats itself and so is the case of the Pulaski County Courthouse.  On Dec. 10, Pulaski County Maintenance Director Jeff Johnston introduced a plan to county officials and the public to demolish the courthouse and build an addition to the justice center. Since then the...
A Winamac man was pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle accident on Jan. 8.
The life of a Winamac man was taken as two semis collided on U.S. 421 on Jan. 8.  Police were called to the scene of a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 421 and CR 600 S., just south of Francesville before 11:32 a.m.  Ronald Mark Vititoe, 72, was pronounced dead at the scene after the semi he was...
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Mary Welker was sworn in again by Pulaski Superior Court Judge Crystal Brucker Kocher as part of a robing ceremony on Jan. 10.
Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Mary Welker is officially ready for her first term as she officially donned her robe on Jan. 10.  Welker had previously taken her oath of office before the end of the year in order to conduct official business at the beginning of the year but on Jan. 10 she was again...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation board members are retiring the number of the bus that was involved in the tragic accident Dec. 5 on U.S. 31, north of Argos. Superintendent Dan Foster made the request during a regular school board meeting Monday evening to retire the number of the bus...
Volunteers will be working with the American Red Cross to install smoke detectors on Saturday, Jan. 19.
The goal is 200. The outcome is saving lives.  That is the thought behind the campaign that will be sweeping through Winamac on Saturday, Jan. 19. Firefighters from the Winamac Volunteer Fire Department are teaming with the American Red Cross to install smoke detectors and talk about fire safety...
Nic Kasten and Caitlin Shidler welcomed Kash Lee Kasten on Jan. 4. He is the first baby to be born at Pulaski Memorial Hospital in 2019.
The arrival of the first baby to be born at Pulaski Memorial Hospital was a little unexpected on Jan. 4.  Kash Lee Kasten was the first to be born at the hospital this year but he wasn’t supposed to be due until Jan. 23. Kash, who is the son of Nic Kasten and Caitlin Shidler, was born at 1:22 a.m...
As the new year starts so does the organization of boards and new appointments for county municipalities and the Pulaski County Commissioners followed suit during a regular meeting Monday evening.  Commissioners approved that Kenny Becker would continue as the board president. He was appointed...
Bids for the proposed Winamac wastewater project have come in yet again higher than expected.  Winamac Town Council members opened bids for the wastewater treatment plant modification project during a special meeting on Dec. 21. This is the second round of opening bids regarding the project. The...
Three court cases have been filed in regards to the fatality accident that claimed the life of a Winamac Community Middle School student.
Three court cases have been filed in regards to the fatality accident that claimed the life of a Winamac Community Middle School student.  As of Dec. 27, three cases were filed regarding the fatality accident that happened on Dec. 5 on U.S. 31, north of Argos. Two of the cases are complaints for...
Laura Scheffer has joined the team at the Pulaski County Journal and The Independent. She can be reached Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 574-946-6628 or by email at sales@pulaskijournal.com.
The staff of the Pulaski County Journal and The Independent is excited to welcome a new member to the team, Laura Scheffer.  She joins the newspapers with more than a decade of customer service experience and has been part of a sales team and account management.  Scheffer can be reached Monday...
 
 

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