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Pulaski residents held in murder

BLUEFIELD, W.Va. – Three Pulaski residents, including a juvenile, are being held on murder charges after allegedly forcing their way into a Bluefield, W.Va. residence and killing a 17-year-old boy.…

Ruling sustains town rights

At the January meeting of Dublin town council, town manager Bill Park announced a victory for small town water charges through a Virginia Supreme Court case, Town of Leesburg v.…

Walking for awareness

Last week, Pulaski County residents may have seen Steve Young, a cross-country traveler, walking along Route. 11. Though Young has collected many stories and memories during his travels, his reason…

Baby’s body found in cave

GRAHAMS FORGE – Two Wythe County women are being held without bond this morning, charged with concealing the body of a deceased newborn infant in a cave. Wythe County Sheriff…

Fed. tax forms available locally

Pulaski County Commissioner of the Revenue Trina Rupe has applied to the IRS to be an outlet for the federal tax forms as a convenience to Pulaski County citizens. Rupe…

Alcohol caused student’s death

RADFORD – “Acute ethanol (alcohol) poisoning” has been ruled as the cause of death of a Radford University student found dead in his off-campus residence in October. An investigation into…

Black citizens helped shape county

Pulaski County has seen the black community through slavery, freedom, discrimination and equality. Just as in the rest of the country, the events surrounding the black community’s struggle for basic…

Deer rescued from frozen Claytor Lake

Emergency services and law enforcement officials came together Friday to rescue a deer that had become stranded on the frozen Claytor Lake. Thanks to members of the Pulaski Fire Department…

Snowville receives state award

Snowville Elementary School is among 289 Virginia schools to receive the 2011 Board of Education Competence to Excellence Award. To qualify for the award, a school must have met state…

Church Furniture not leaving

A community rumor has speculated that Virginia Church Furniture in Pulaski has been purchased by an out-of-state company and is leaving the area. However, according to company owner Don Beverly…