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Pulaski Fresh prepares for 2011

Pulaski Fresh Farm to Table, an initiative of the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce, is designed to bring producers and consumers together. As the group finishes up its fall season…

Free Clinic seeks to expand

On the heels of receiving a $50,000 grant, the Free Clinic of Pulaski County Inc. is undertaking a campaign to raise additional funds needed to expand and improve its local…

Dublin teacher out of ICU

A Dublin Elementary School teacher critically injured in a Nov. 19 wreck near Fairlawn has been moved out of intensive care. Jeff Cabell, brother of Amy Barker, said Barker was…

LewisGale Hospital-Pulaski honors employees

LewisGale Hospital – Pulaski recently honored 44 of its staff members for their hard work, dedication, and years of service. In total, employees were honored for nearly 600 years of…

Fire damages home

Fire caused an estimated $20,000 in damage to a home in Pulaski late Friday. According to Pulaski Fire Department Chief Bill Webb, the department received a call of a structure…

DUI suspect charged in officer assault

TAZEWELL – A West Virginia man arrested for intoxicated driving now stands charged with attempted capital murder after allegedly assaulting the Tazewell County deputy who placed him under arrest. According…

Council approves new police vehicles

Dublin Town Council has approved the purchase of new vehicles for its police department. The closest bids for the purchase were separated by almost $185. The results of the open…

Dublin honors lost officers

Dublin Town Council led by Mayor Benny Skeens held a moment of silence and offered some comments at their November meeting in honor of Ronnie Hamblin and Earl Hoback, retired…

State Police make explosives arrest

SMYTH COUNTY – An Arkansas man faces multiple explosives charges following a Thanksgiving night traffic stop in Smyth County. According to Virginia State Police, Trooper L.J. Testerman was traveling though…

VDOT ups snow removal budget

RICHMOND – On the heels of last year’s excessively snowy winter, Virginia Department of Transportation announced this week it has increased its snow removal budget for this winter by $21.4…