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Cemetery flagpole requested

A Pulaski County woman says she would like to see an American flag placed in the new section of Oakwood Cemetery, even if it means she has to personally raise…

Congress, amendments on ballot

When Pulaski County residents head to the polls Nov. 2, they’ll be asked to choose their representative for the Ninth District in the U.S. House of Representatives and consider three…

Dora Rehab bid conference to be held

The Town of Pulaski will hold a pre-bid conference next week for contractors interested in working on two “substantial” housing rehabilitations in the Southeast (Dora Highway) Revitalization and Weatherization Program.…

Radford U. going ‘green’ with Bonnie’s Big Belly trash bins

RADFORD – Universities across the country strive to find new and innovative ways to “go green.” Radford University has installed its first solar-powered cordless compaction system with the ability to…

$2.5 million in water quality grants available

Local governments, nonprofit organizations and others statewide are eligible to apply for $2.5 million in Water Quality Improvement Fund grants to reduce runoff or nonpoint source pollution from developed lands.…

Pulaski to move on building removals

If the owners of two condemned buildings in downtown Pulaski won’t remove them, Pulaski will. Pulaski Town Council voted Tuesday night to proceed with obtaining court orders to remove buildings…

Claytor Lake Cleanup Slated

In an effort to maintain clean Virginia waterways and a clean Claytor Lake shoreline, a Cleanup Day is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Volunteers…

Still time to comment on APCo. lake license

In June 2011, Appalachian Power Company’s license to operate projects at Claytor Lake, including the dam, will expire. As AEP seeks to renew its license, community members still have a…

Highways safer this Labor Day

Virginia’s highways proved to be considerably safer over the 2010 Labor Day weekend than in 2009, according to Virginia State Police. Last year 14 people lost their lives in traffic…

Relay begins 2011 planning

Pulaski County may have just completed its 2010 Relay For Life campaign, but it’s time to start gearing up for the 2011 event. Relay will hold its first planning session…