Our towns are the heart of our county. They are the primary places where we gather, celebrate, run our businesses, and lay down the foundation to the future.


Population: 830 The town of Francesville was platted in 1853 by James Brooks of New Albany, then president of the Louisville, New Albany and Chicago, shortly after the…

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Population: 554 Medaryville was laid out in 1852, just ahead of the construction of the New Albany and Salem Railroad, later called the Monon Railroad. The town…

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Population: 180 Originally known as the ‘DeMoss Settlement’, after one of the area’s first settlers, Monterey was officially platted as ‘Buena Vista’ in 1849. This name remained…

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Population: 2,288 Pulaski County was formally organized 6 May 1839, when a group of men met at a log cabin and designated “Winnemack”, on the bank of…

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