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Eastern Pulaski School Board Meets Tonight

The Eastern Pulaski School Board will discuss the elementary student handbook update for its first reading tonight. The staff performance evaluation plan and the Teacher Appreciation Grant update will also be discussed. Adult meal prices will be considered, along with donations and surplus items. Eastern Pulaski School Superintendent Dara Chezem...
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Pulaski County Council to Meet Tonight

The Pulaski County Council members will meet tonight where they will discuss increasing part-time dispatcher pay. Two transfers and additional appropriations will be considered for approval. The council members will discuss LIT Rate reallocations, and announce upcoming budget hearings as well. The Pulaski County Council will meet at 7 p.m....
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Indiana U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski Killed in Car Crash

President Biden is offering his condolences to the family of Indiana Republican Congresswoman Jackie Walorski after she was killed in a car crash. Biden and First Lady Jill Biden say the 58-year-old was respected by members of both parties. The crash near Nappanee Wednesday also killed two of Walorski’s staff members and another motorist. On Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ordered flags at the Capitol to be flown at half-staff in response to Walorski’s death. Pelosi says the congresswoman “lived a life of service.” Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb is ordering flags be flown at half-staff. Businesses and residents are asked to lower their flags and keep them at half-staff until the date of her burial. Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District includes portions of LaPorte, Starke and Pulaski counties and the cities of South Bend and Elkhart. Walorski began serving in Congress in 2013.
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Pulaski County Tribe Receives Grant Funds for Monterey Project

The Pulaski County Tribe organization recently received a $3,500 grant award from the Indiana Arts Commission to go toward a Monterey mural project through the Arts Project Support grant program. According to Pulaski County Tribe officials, the mural will be the first of its kind in Monterey. It will be...
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Pulaski County Commissioners Table Meridian Street Changes

The Pulaski County Commissioners discussed redirecting Meridian Street at their meeting Monday night. Meridian Street is located in between the Pulaski County Courthouse and the Justice Center. The one way street is under consideration to have the traffic flow in the opposite direction. The proposed change is due to the recent Justice Center project.
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Pulaski County Commissioners to Meet Tonight

The Pulaski County Commissioners plan to review two ordinances when they meet tonight. One ordinance addresses designating Meridian Street as a one-way street and another that preserves the location and prevents damage to section corner markers. Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer will have updates on construction,...
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Pulaski County Officials Focus on Building Leadership Skills

Pulaski County elected officials recently took part in a leadership skills workshop. The workshop was made possible by the Community Foundation of Pulaski County Forward Thinking Leadership initiative. The workshop discussed essential characteristics, skills, and ethical behaviors that leaders use as well as managing conflict, leading productive meetings, speaking with...
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Pulaski County, Starke County Arts Organizations Awarded Grant Funding

Arts organizations based in Pulaski County and Starke County recently received grant funds through the Arts Project Support grant programs. The Indiana Arts Commission awarded 413 nonprofit organizations in the state grant funds from the $2.9 million available for distribution. Arts Project Support grants provide funding to Indiana 501(c)(3) nonprofit...
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Two Mobile Food Pantry Events Set for Friday

Residents will have two opportunities to participate in food assistance events Friday, July 29. The Food Finders Mobile Food Pantry will be at the Pulaski County Human Services Westside Center in Medaryville at 11 a.m. ET. This will be a drive-thru distribution, and officials ask that clients stay in their vehicles during the event with no arrivals prior to 10:30 a.m. ET.
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Krieg DeVault adds Of Counsel

Krieg DeVault has hired Randy Head as of counsel. He previously served District 18 in the Indiana Senate for 11 years and most recently was Pulaski County Chief Deputy Prosecutor. Head holds a bachelor’s degree from Wabash College and JD from Indiana University.
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Pulaski County Veterans Treatment Court Graduation Held Friday

Two people recently completed the necessary work to become graduates of the Veterans Treatment Court in Pulaski County. Pulaski County Superior Court Judge Crystal Kocher facilitated the graduation where the two graduates were recognized for their efforts in taking the steps to living a sober life in Pulaski County. Quilts were sewn from local quilting groups to give to the graduates and they were also given a challenge coin to commemorate this step in their lives.
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Pulaski County Republican Caucus Held Saturday

A Pulaski County Republican Party Caucus held Saturday found a new District 3 County Council representative. Four Precinct Committeemen were eligible to vote from the four townships in District 3 where Jerry Locke received the most votes out of four candidates who filed declarations. The three other candidates were Terry Young, Keith Powers, and Jennifer Knebel.
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07/11/22 A property damage traffic accident was reported in the area of 600 N. U.S. 35 in Winamac. 07/11/22 A Winamac resident filed a utility complaint. 07/11/22 A property damage traffic accident was reported in the area of State Road 14 and 400 E. in Winamac. 07/11/22 A unknown crash...
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Pulaski County Commissioners Updated on Pulaski County Courthouse Project

Plans for the Pulaski County Courthouse project are moving forward. Pulaski County Community Development Commission Executive Director Nathan Origer told the Pulaski County Commissioners this week that he recently met with the architects and Tonn and Blank to discuss the project. He noted that this is the first chance Tonn and Blank officials have been able to dive into the details of the courthouse renovation project since finishing the Justice Center project.
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Pulaski County Commissioners Review HVAC Needs at Annex Buildings, Justice Center Update

The Pulaski County Commissioners discussed HVAC needs at the East Annex and West Annex buildings during their meeting Monday morning. It was explained to the commissioners that the air conditioning went out at the East Annex and the system needs to be replaced. The system was approved at a cost of $40,000. At the West Annex building, the installation of an air system separate from the rest of the building was approved at a cost of $20,000. J&K HVAC out of Plymouth will be doing the work.
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Four Candidates File to Fill Vacated Pulaski County Council District 3 Seat

Four candidates have filed to be the next Pulaski County Council District 3 member. One person will be chosen in a Republican Party Caucus Saturday, July 23. The next candidate will replace Brian Young who resigned from the seat at the end of June. The candidate will complete the rest of Young’s current term which ends December 31, 2022.
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Pulaski County Commissioners to Meet Today

The Pulaski County Commissioners will hear from Treasurer Teresa Bryant this morning about the Board of Finance and an American Rescue Plan CD. Pulaski County Community Development Commission (CDC) Executive Director Nathan Origer will provide construction updates, and a CDC restructuring update. The commissioners are also anticipated to approve and...
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