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Big snow, rain swell flow at wastewater plant

Between the heavy rains, deep snow and arctic cold temperatures that made up much of the weather over the past month, life at the regional wastewater treatment plant has been…

IMT teams tested by storm

When an emergency situation strikes, firefighters and other emergency management personnel are usually too busy helping citizens to have time to organize the effort. In times like these, the Virginia…

Guard members say goodbye

CHRISTIANSBURG — Sixty National Guardsmen from Company C of the I-116 Infantry Battalion, left this morning for an extensive two-month training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi before deployment to Iraq. Pulaski…

Boucher talks about health care

Although he believes the nation’s healthcare system needs reform, Ninth District U.S. Congressman Rick Boucher has twice said “no” to the proposals placed before him to date. Whether he changes…

$500,000 Grant moves NR Fine Arts Center closer to $1.2M goal

Excited does not quite describe the general feeling of the director of the Fine Arts Center and its board of directors when they learned from Gov. Timothy Kaine’s office that…

Big snow, rain swell flow at wastewater plant

Between the heavy rains, deep snow and arctic cold temperatures that made up much of the weather over the past month, life at the regional wastewater treatment plant has been…

IMT teams tested by storm

When an emergency situation strikes, firefighters and other emergency management personnel are usually too busy helping citizens to have time to organize the effort. In times like these, the Virginia…

Guard members say goodbye

CHRISTIANSBURG — Sixty National Guardsmen from Company C of the I-116 Infantry Battalion, left this morning for an extensive two-month training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi before deployment to Iraq. Pulaski…

Boucher talks about health care

Although he believes the nation’s healthcare system needs reform, Ninth District U.S. Congressman Rick Boucher has twice said “no” to the proposals placed before him to date. Whether he changes…

Town mulls over money distribution

At a time when money is getting tighter by the day, Pulaski Town Council had the unusual task Tuesday of deciding how it wishes to allocate its portion of $600,000…