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Town boundary decision coming

Although other projects have taken the forefront over the past few months, the Town of Pulaski hopes to find out soon whether it will be beneficial to move forward with…

Bodies of all miners removed

(AP) — Recovery teams working before dawn Tuesday finished the grim task of recovering the last of 29 West Virginia miners killed in the nation’s worst coal mining disaster in…

Despite recession, libraries booming

A recent national news story stated public libraries are rising in popularity, but funding is rapidly declining. In tough economic times, the library is becoming the hot spot for just…

A Piece of History

The rebuild of Pulaski Train Station uncovered an unexpected bit of history that hasn’t seen the light of day for a century. In the process of rebuilding one of the…

No survivors in mine disaster

(AP) — Time stopped five days ago for the families of 29 coal miners killed in the devastating explosion at Upper Big Branch mine. As thousands waited, hoping for any…

Be cautious of telephone scams

Pulaski resident Peggy White would like to warn fellow citizens to be cautious of scam telephone calls that apparently are circulating in the area. White (not Pulaski County Chamber of…

Board approves anticipated ’10-11 budget

After a long process that involved several budget workshops and meetings through the last few months, the Pulaski County School Board finally passed its much-anticipated budget for next school year.…

Unemployment figures improve in Pulaski County

Unemployment improved by half a point in Pulaski County during February, but a slight increase in statewide unemployment figures are being attributed to major snowstorms. Due to the heavy snows,…

Register to vote by Monday

If you plan to vote in the Pulaski and Dublin town elections May 4, you have until Monday to make sure you’re registered. Any town resident intending to vote must…

Gases force out rescuers

(AP) — Dangerous gases forced rescue crews to abandon the search Thursday for four coal miners missing since an explosion killed 25 colleagues in the worst U.S. mining disaster in…