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Griffith hears local concerns

Newly-elected 9th District Cong. Morgan Griffith (R-Salem) stopped by Pulaski Municipal Building Friday to discuss local concerns with the town council and staff and a few citizens who dropped in.…

Pulaski Fresh moves into second year

Growing local foods is a vital part of any area’s economy, and Pulaski Fresh Farm-to-Table was started to help Pulaski County do just that. The organization celebrated its one year…

Budget looks positive for southwest Va.

The Pulaski County Pulaski School Board meeting hosted a special guest as members worked to sort out the upcoming budget. To sum up the meetings theme using the words of…

Constitutional officers seeking re-election

Pulaski County constitutional officers and 38th District Sen. Phillip Puckett joined together in Dublin Thursday night to announce their intentions to seek re-election in the November general election. With the…

Pulaski passes on tax credits

After much discussion, Pulaski Town Council voted 5-1 to pass by an offer to sell historic tax credits for the train station rebuild. “I believe I’m a committee of one…

Students learn healthy habits

Nutrition is an important part of a child’s growth and development, and Dublin Middle School nurse Sherry Duncan, R.N., has a program to help instill good eating habits in students.…

Cloyd’s Mansion: landmark of security

Cloyd’s Mansion, near Route 100 just south of Cloyd’s Mountain on Back Creek, has been designated a Virginia Historical Landmark for many years. The mansion contains a history grounded in…

Hedge honored with resolution

The service of a long-time Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office lieutenant who died in January was commended Monday in a Memorial Resolution passed by Pulaski County Board of Supervisors. Maynard S.…

Pulaski passes on tax credits

After much discussion, Pulaski Town Council voted 5-1 to pass by an offer to sell historic tax credits for the train station rebuild. “I believe I’m a committee of one…

Students learn healthy habits

Nutrition is an important part of a child’s growth and development, and Dublin Middle School nurse Sherry Duncan, R.N., has a program to help instill good eating habits in students.…