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Council tackles budget

Pulaski Town Council will begin budget talks for the upcoming 2010-11 Fiscal Year Tuesday at its regular monthly work session. On the agenda is discussion about the town’s water and…

Valentine Sweethearts

DRAPER — When they were younger, Jim and Peggy Lefler enjoyed life to the fullest. She worked and he trained Tennessee show horses. And when their schedules permitted, they both…

County budget session Monday

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will hold its first of several budget work sessions for the year Monday night. Pulaski County Administrator Peter Huber has said developing a budget for…

Council tackles budget

Pulaski Town Council will begin budget talks for the upcoming 2010-11 Fiscal Year Tuesday at its regular monthly work session. On the agenda is discussion about the town’s water and…

County budget session Monday

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will hold its first of several budget work sessions for the year Monday night. Pulaski County Administrator Peter Huber has said developing a budget for…

Town releases list of proposed events for 2010

The Town of Pulaski has released its list of proposed events for the year. The calendar, which hasn’t been finalized, includes at least one event per month for all but…

Dublin resident wins newspaper’s Super contest

The winner of the Super Sunday Southwest Times giveaway was Lana Goodman of Locust Drive in Dublin. Mrs. Goodman was able to correctly guess the combined total points scored in…

Giant drifts strand drivers

High winds resulted in six- to seven-foot drifts across two Pulaski County roads, leaving several people stranded for about five hours Wednesday. According to Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb, the…

School budget deficit could swell to $4 million

In last night’s school board budget meeting, yet another unexpected issue was raised in the form of a message from the Department of Education stating that newly elected governor, Bob…

Giant drifts strand drivers

High winds resulted in six- to seven-foot drifts across two Pulaski County roads, leaving several people stranded for about five hours Wednesday. According to Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb, the…