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County to purchase, lease Lumbee building

Pulaski County will pay $1.85 million to purchase the former Lumbee Enterprises building, then lease it to the county’s newest industry, Dove Vinyl Windows. In a special meeting, Pulaski County…

Snow removal concerns raised

A Pulaski County supervisor, last week, expressed concern that citizens who called Virginia Department of Transportation to complain about snow removal were being told to call their county supervisor. Ingles…

Hawley ‘optimistic’ about museum

Pulaski’s town manager says he may have jumped the gun to suggest there is no way the town can meet a July 1 deadline to have the late Dr. Milton…

Pulaski officer wins H.E.A.T. award

Megan Jennings, Pulaski Police Department’s Crime Prevention Officer, received a third place award in the 2010 Operation Summer H.E.A.T. (Help Eliminate Auto Theft) Program, sponsored by Virginia Department of State…

Gatewood Reservoir on the rise again

A month after Pulaski officials expressed concern about a significant drop in Gatewood Reservoir this year, latest measurements show it is on the rise again. According to town Engineering Technician…

Humane Society seeking help for injured animals

“The Route 11 cat” is known throughout the community as the loveable feline roaming the street for over a year. However, like many other animals in the area, this homeless…

Bogtrotters, Bluegrass Boys to play at NRCC January Jamboree

The New Ballards Branch Bogtrotters and the Dixie Bluegrass Boys will perform at New River Community College’s Fiddle, Banjo, and Dance Club Jamboree Saturday, Jan. 8. in Edwards Hall. The…

Crooked Road exhibits on display

Those interested in Southwest Virginia’s music heritage will want to stop by several locations in the Town of Pulaski and Pulaski County this month and in January to see some…

Mother to serve 20 years

Leaving drugs within reach of her toddler son and then delaying treatment after he ingested some will put a Pulaski mother in prison for 20 years. Pulaski County Circuit Court…

YMCA announces new strategies

Although community support has allowed it to survive tough economic times so far, Hensel Eckman YMCA has announced several new strategies to help keep the Orchard Avenue facility viable. “Due…