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Local deputy recognized

A Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office deputy who shot a suspect during a confrontation last summer and then gave the suspect potentially life-saving first aid was among county employees recognized during…

Employees ask to be excused

As Pulaski County continues its efforts to recover from the April 8 tornadoes, one portion of the community is asking for a different kind of relief. According to the Pulaski…

Deadline set for seeking assistance

It will soon be two months since tornadoes ripped through Pulaski County, leaving a path of destruction. Despite the time that has passed, recovery officials are still seeking to ensure…

Hearing continued in Wythe baby case

WYTHEVILLE – A preliminary hearing for a mother and daughter charged in connection with a newborn infant found dead in a cave was continued Tuesday. The hearing for Twyla J.…

Bike racks added to PAT buses

When Bike Virginia rolls into Pulaski County later this month, Pulaski Area Transit will be prepared. Transit Director Gary Heinline said three of the agency’s buses have been equipped with…

Schools: no comment on Burchett

Pulaski County school officials will not comment on the employment status of Pulaski Town Councilman Joel Burchett Jr., who also is a teacher at Critzer Elementary School. Burchett was arrested…

Volvo truck quality touted

“It’s easy to retain top quality drivers when they have a top quality truck to drive,” the chairman of a Fishersville trucking company said of Volvo trucks Wednesday. Chuck Wilson…

Child abuse nets nine months

A Pulaski woman whose son survived methadone ingestion last summer will have to serve nine months in jail. Melissa J. Southern, 23, pleaded guilty in Pulaski County Circuit Court Wednesday…

Business owner on a mission

A Georgia small business owner who is on a mission to find out why successful small businesses can’t get a loan and why veterans are not treated better, passed through…

Dublin men convicted in invasion-style robbery

Two Dublin men have been convicted in connection with an August home invasion-style robbery on Bertha Street in Pulaski. Michael Eric Beverly, 26, and Jonathan Scott Nixon, 25, each was…