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FBI expands hunt for Granddad Bandit

The FBI expanded a national manhunt for a bank robber who is believed to have started his spree in Virginia. The FBI launched a digital billboard campaign in over 40…

An afternoon of gratitude

Despite rain and cloudy skies, hundreds celebrated the Inaugural Neighborhood Block Party, hosted by the New Life Church of the Nazarene, located at First and South Jefferson Streets, on Saturday,…

PC School System hosting open houses

As the summer time draws to a close, the school year is quickly approaching and so are the dates for open houses, which have been announced by the Pulaski County…

PCPC holding sixth, ninth grade pool parties

The Pulaski Community Partners Coalition (PCPC) will once again hold a pool party for rising sixth and ninth graders to help them transition from one school to the next. The…

Unemployment remains steady

Area unemployment increased slightly in June, but as a whole showed marked improvement over figures from a year ago. According to Ann D. Lang, chief economist for the VEC, the…

Meeting planned on school buildings

With the issue of school-owned buildings and their maintenance repeatedly being raised by some Pulaski County citizens, area officials have decided it’s time to discuss the matter. Draper District Supervisor…

Digitization Project reaches goal

The Southwest Times Digitization Project has met the fundraising goal of $25,000. The project, a joint venture of Pulaski County Library and The Southwest Times, was the brainchild of Carol…

PES creates scholarship

The 2009-10 Pulaski Elementary School PTO Board has established a scholarship fund for PCHS graduates who attended Pulaski Elementary in the past. In previous years, PTO boards at Claremont, Northwood…

Hutchinson retires from second post

After retiring as Town of Pulaski Fire Marshal last month, Chip Hutchinson made the decision last week to leave his second position Hutchinson stepped down as a long-time instructor of…

Renovations approved

By the end of the year, visitors to the County Administration Building will notice obvious changes to the main floor entrance area. Pulaski County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to…