Pulaski County Eyes Saving 125-Year-Old Courthouse
A northern Indiana county's 125-year-old courthouse will be saved from demolition and renovated as part of a $6 million preservation project.
Pulaski County officials had announced plans in 2018 to tear down the building in the county seat of Winamac.
County officials recently approved a renovation plan.
The 1894 courthouse was built of Indiana limestone in the Romanesque revival architectural style.
It will be renovated and the Pulaski County Circuit Court and its judge’s chambers will be moved to the county justice center. The county council still must fund the renovation.