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Board questions ‘obligation’

At the Pulaski County School Board first budget workshop, concerns were raised regarding the use of the Education Job’s Fund bill within the county. Dr. Bob Becker, superintendent, said at…

Pulaski sets priorities

It may be a moot point, but Pulaski Town Council has approved five projects to submit as priorities for Community Development Block Grant funding. The 2012 draft federal budget recently…

Pulaski sets priorities

It may be a moot point, but Pulaski Town Council has approved five projects to submit as priorities for Community Development Block Grant funding. The 2012 draft federal budget recently…

Claytor Lake holds controlled burn

Claytor Lake State Park ignited a prescribed burn scheduled on Wednesday. The 13-acre area is located on the western side of Claytor Lake State Park and was ignited by hand…

Bicycle shop coming to depot

For those who’d like to be able to bike the New River Trail, but don’t own or want to invest in a bicycle, the problem will be solved come April.…

Bicycle shop coming to depot

For those who’d like to be able to bike the New River Trail, but don’t own or want to invest in a bicycle, the problem will be solved come April.…

More scoreboard funding possible

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Pulaski Baseball Inc. has offered to kick in $6,000 toward a new scoreboard at Calfee Park, but action on the offer has been delayed while other…

More scoreboard funding possible

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Pulaski Baseball Inc. has offered to kick in $6,000 toward a new scoreboard at Calfee Park, but action on the offer has been delayed while other…

Red Horse Tavern stands still in time

By JENNA NICHOLS jenna@southwesttimes.com In the early 1800s, the Red Horse Tavern was known as one of Pulaski County’s star attractions. Today the property is owned by a member of…

Red Horse Tavern stands still in time

By JENNA NICHOLS jenna@southwesttimes.com In the early 1800s, the Red Horse Tavern was known as one of Pulaski County’s star attractions. Today the property is owned by a member of…