Pulaski County

During November, Illinois State Police District 22 personnel worked to promote public safety as a way to improve the quality of life in the state. The officers in District 22 patrol and handle calls for service in the Southern Illinois counties of Union, Johnson, Pope, Massac, Hardin, Pulaski and...
During November, Illinois State Police District 22 personnel worked to promote public safety as a way to improve the quality of life in the state. The officers in District 22 patrol and handle calls for service in the Southern Illinois counties of Union, Johnson, Pope, Massac, Hardin, Pulaski and...
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources, IDNR, reports that hunters harvested a preliminary total of 79,429 deer during the seven-day state firearm deer season that closed on Sunday, Dec. 4.  That figure compares to the final total of 86,847 deer harvested during the seven days of the firearm...
From left are Judge Thurston; David Sharp, who was sworn in as county clerk; Cindy Kennedy, who was sworn in as circuit clerk; Jim Flummer, who was sworn in as state’s attorney; and Bryan Curry, who was sworn in as coroner. Sharp, Kennedy and Curry each were reelected in November. Photo provided.
Circuit Judge William Thurston swore in Pulaski County officials on the morning of Dec. 1. From left are Judge Thurston; David Sharp, who was sworn in as county clerk; Cindy Kennedy, who was sworn in as circuit clerk; Jim Flummer, who was sworn in as state’s attorney; and Bryan Curry, who was sworn...
Harvest totals for hunters in Illinois were down significantly during the first weekend of this year’s firearm deer season, which was Nov. 18-20. The second part of the season is scheduled for Dec. 1-4. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources reports that hunters in Illinois harvested a...
Pulaski County Sheriff Randy Kern, center, on Wednesday, Oct. 12, provided area high school seniors with an opportunity to once again tour the Pulaski County Detention Center. Photo provided.
Pulaski County Sheriff Randy Kern, center, on Wednesday, Oct. 12, provided area high school seniors with an opportunity to once again tour the Pulaski County Detention Center. During the tour, visitors are escorted by correctional staff through the jail to see firsthand what life is like behind...
The fourth annual Pulaski Pecan Bonanza is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Pulaski County Fairgrounds in Pulaski. Organizers said that the day will be “All About Pecans.” The day will be full of everything pecan: games, contests, bingo, food, cookbooks and more. The day starts...
Plans are underway to establish a Big Brother/Big Sister program in Pulaski County.  The plans were announced by Richard Grigsby, president of the Alexander-Pulaski County Chapter of the NAACP and Jim Flummer, Pulaski County state's attorney. An organizational meeting for representatives of all...
The 2016 Pulaski County Fair is underway in Pulaski. The fair was scheduled to start Aug. 14 and continues through Aug. 20. Here’s a look at some of the highlights for fair week: Monday, Aug. 15  Kids Fun Night includes the pig scramble, pedal tractor pull and more, starting at 7 p.m. There will be...
The Pulaski County Fair is planned in Pulaski from Sunday, Aug. 14, to Saturday, Aug. 20. Highlights of the fair week schedule follow: Sunday, Aug. 14 A parade will be in downtown Pulaski at 5 p.m. A community worship service and gospel singing will be at the pavilion at 7 p.m. The service is open...

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