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“Vietnam, a year to remember … but a lifetime to forget”

Dublin Middle School students listened as veteran and teacher Randy O’Dell told the realism of serving in the Vietnam War as a draftee. He took the students through the loneliness,…

Radford police seeking suspects

Radford City police are trying to determine whether there is any connection between two separate attempted robbery and aggravated assault incidents Tuesday evening. According to Det. Sgt. Chris Caldwell, the…

Teachers to receive jobs fund money

For months the Pulaski County School Board has debated where, when and how money from the Education Jobs Fund Bill would be allocated in the county. On Nov. 9, the…

Relay for Life teams to meet

If you’re planning on participating in the 2011 Relay for Life cancer fundraiser, you’re encouraged to attend this Monday’s meeting. Team captain and planning committee meetings will begin at 5:30…

PCPC to ‘take back’ drugs Saturday

Pulaski Community Partners Coalition (PCPC) will hold its second Prescription Take Back Program Saturday at three locations throughout Pulaski County. The group’s first take back program, held at Magic Mart…

Transportation board to get ‘found’ funds

RICHMOND. (AP) — Gov. Bob McDonnell will put the bulk of $1.45 billion in savings found in a private audit of the Virginia Department of Transportation into the hands of…

The Wright Kids to perform locally

The Wright Kids, who were among the top five finalists on “America’s Got Talent” in 2008, will perform in concert at Pulaski Theatre Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m. The group…

Operation Christmas Child underway

Christmas is arriving early in the Pulaski County area, as Fairlawn Grace Brethren Church prepares to serve as a collection point for Operation Christmas Child. Volunteers hope to collect over…

FACNRV hosts selections from Gillespie collection

The Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley will present “Dorothy Gillespie: Selections from Radford University’s Permanent Collection” through Nov. 24. A reception for the collection will be Thursday,…

No asbestos in Main Street building

When work begins to remove the collapsed building on Main Street, one thing the workers will not have to worry about is asbestos. Despite the age of the structure, Pulaski…