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The Memorial Swinging Bridge Project is seeking funds to help illuminate the foot bridge located at the Winamac Town Park in time for the 100th anniversary of the bridge in July 2023.
Greg Henry from the Memorial Swinging Bridge Project provided information to the Medaryville town council on Thursday to inform them of some of the history as well as the current status of their ongoing project. The project's ultimate goal is to raise money to illuminate the bridge with exterior...
RJ Link's Eagle Scout Project to add two identical brick pillars on either side of the entrance of the Winamac town park has reached completion. The pillars are located at the park's entrance near Frain's Mortuary, and are capped with limestone tops.
At a regular Winamac town council meeting on Monday, Jan. 10 the council discussed a splash pad fund agreement as well as an update to their COVID-19 policy. Town manager Brad Zellers advised that the Community Foundation of Pulaski County still had the splash pad maintenance line item listed as "...
An update along with a change order request for the justice center project was also presented to the county commissioners at a regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 18.
In addition to the board of finance meeting, the Pulaski County Commissioners had several matters to review, approve, and sign at a regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 18. One of the most notable matters on the agenda was to pass a resolution to authorize the signing of the Moss Creek Solar documents...
The Eastern Pulaski school board reconvened for their first regular meeting of the year on Monday, January 10 and conducted several matters of business including electing board officers as well as approving free after school tutoring throughout the corporation. The meeting began with electing new...
Photo by Megan Galbreath
At a regular town council meeting held on Wednesday, January 12, the Monterey town council was able to analyze the long awaited quote from Jackson's Demolition Service on potentially tearing down the Sportsman's Bar and Grill. The quote for the demolition and asbestos removal totaled approximately...
After nearly four hours of discussion and information, the proposed solar tax abatements and economic development agreements for both the Mammoth Solar and the Moss Creek Solar projects passed at a regular Pulaski County Council meeting on Monday, Jan. 10. The county council meeting included a vote...
As discussed at a regular meeting, the parks board is looking into replacing some of the slides at the Winamac Town Park.
The first order of business at the Thursday, Jan. 6 regular session was to elect officers and to decide on their attorney. Ultimately, Dan Murphy was elected as president, Steve Miller as vice president, Kimberly Burke as secretary, and Attorney Justin Schramm as legal counsel. New board member...
The Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) will be sending a strike team this week to Pulaski County. They will be visiting the Winamac Knights of Columbus building in Winamac, located at 340 E. 50 N. The confirmed dates are for Jan. 20, 21, and 22 from noon - 8 p.m. They will be offering both COVID-...
The new justice center addition is slowly starting to take form as seen in this photo from Friday, Jan. 7.
At their regular meeting on Monday, Jan. 3, the first order of business was to conduct the election of officers for the board of commissioners. Commissioner Mike McClure made a motion to keep President Charles Mellon and Vice President Maurice Loehmer in their current offices, and it was ultimately...

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