Medaryville Council members explained why there are posts separating the town property from the American Legion during a meeting on Feb. 20. The Legion would like for a gate to be installed so access can be open during the winter.
The American Legion in Medaryville would like to access the town property that is adjacent to theirs this winter but the majority of the town thinks otherwise.
County recycling center and transfer station manager Brad Bonnell, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers and town councilmen Alvin Parish and Dave Schambers met with the commissioners Tuesday, Feb. 19, to discuss if the two entities can collaborate to offer Winamac residents curbside recycling.
The Commissioners of Pulaski County have been asked to collaborate with the Town of Winamac in hopes of offering Winamac residents curbside recycling.
A rendering of BraunAbility’s planned technology center in Carmel.
In October of 2018, BraunAbility announced that it would be expanding its operations and opening a new headquarters office in Indianapolis. 
A carport area gives those who recycle a place to sort their items before placing them in the correct recycling bins.
With the looming date of the Town of Winamac garbage and recycling contract expiring on March 1, many residents may be wondering what options they have. 
One of the reasons the Winamac Town Council has decided to no longer pay for recycling pickup is because the recycling is contaminated with nonrecyclable items.
Winamac Town Council members are hearing the concerns of some residents who are opposed to the town no longer offering recycling.
Medaryville Council members explained why there are posts separating the town property from the American Legion during a meeting on Feb. 20. The Legion would like for a gate to be installed so access can be open during the winter.
County recycling center and transfer station manager Brad Bonnell, Winamac Town Manager Brad Zellers and town councilmen Alvin Parish and Dave Schambers met with the commissioners Tuesday, Feb. 19, to discuss if the two entities can collaborate to offer Winamac residents curbside recycling.
A rendering of BraunAbility’s planned technology center in Carmel.
American Red Cross Volunteers teamed with local volunteers to install smoke alarms in Winamac homes on Jan. 26. Although the temperatures were biting cold, crews had a pleasant day of meeting people and educating them on the importance of a working fire alarm.
A carport area gives those who recycle a place to sort their items before placing them in the correct recycling bins.
One of the reasons the Winamac Town Council has decided to no longer pay for recycling pickup is because the recycling is contaminated with nonrecyclable items.
The driver who caused a fatality accident on U.S. 35 in 2017 has been sentenced to one year in jail and one year of community corrections.
A Lafayette man involved in a fatality accident more than a year and a half ago was sentenced to one year in jail and one year of community corrections as part of a plea agreement on March 4. Bradyn Bordenet, 21, of Lafayette, was sentenced for causing death when operating a motor vehicle with a...
The Winamac Town Council has approved to eliminate the proposed pool project after months of discussion and debate. During a regular meeting on March 11, councilwoman Judy Heater, who helped initiate the pool committee, said town manager Brad Zellers calculated some numbers for the committee and it...
A few words were exchanged during a county council meeting as the council decided a handful of times to table personnel issues such as hiring new employees or increasing an employee’s hours to full time. During a county council meeting on March 11, the council announced that they have been advised...
A single-vehicle semi accident claimed the life of a Wheatfield man on March 7.  According to the accident report completed by Pulaski County Sheriff’s K-9 Deputy Aaron Heims, police were called to an unknown accident on U.S. 421, south of CR 700 N. When they arrived, they found an overturned white...
Pulaski County Council members are listening to the different county departments that need additional help but at this time, those issues are being tabled.  Before the regular business of the council meeting started, councilwoman Kathi Thompson said Peters Consulting has given the council a...
Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation plans to purchase three new buses and a handful of steps had to be accomplished.  The school board held a public meeting, approved a resolution regarding the purchasing of buses and then awarded a quote Monday evening.  During the Feb. 11 meeting,...
Every three years the hospital completes a Community Health Needs Assessment to identify and prioritize the community’s health concerns. Pulaski Memorial Hospital is asking for the public’s help to meet those health care needs. This process began on Feb. 19 when PMH hosted leaders from around the...
Approving a bid for a new ambulance and opening bids for  asphalt projects that could occur this year topped the agenda of the commissioners’ meeting Monday evening.  The commissioners approved to purchase a new ambulance at the cost of $129,900 and opened five bids for the upcoming asphalt...
Francesville Town Council members may be the target of a number of questions as they approved to create a cumulative capital development fund that is funded by taxes. With a new clerk-treasurer, the Francesville funds are being reviewed. To help, the clerk-treasurer contacted Umbaugh for financial...
Medaryville Council members explained why there are posts separating the town property from the American Legion during a meeting on Feb. 20. The Legion would like for a gate to be installed so access can be open during the winter.
The American Legion in Medaryville would like to access the town property that is adjacent to theirs this winter but the majority of the town thinks otherwise. American Legion members spoke with the town council during a regular meeting on Feb. 20 asking to install a gate at the north side of the...
 
 

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