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Chemicals secured at NanoChemonics

A Virginia State Police bomb squad was at the NanoChemonics plant in Pulaski Thursday, “counter charging” chemicals deemed to be too volatile to remove from the plant, which officially closed…

Vets planning Welcome Home event for Sept. 11

Plans are underway for a special Veterans Welcome Home event to be held in Jackson Park in Pulaski Saturday, Sept. 11, from 5-9 p.m. The event is intended to honor…

Giving back to those who give

If you are thinking about adopting at pet at the Pulaski County Humane Society, one local woman is giving you an added benefit to do so. Animal lover and local…

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

September is marked as Ovarian Cancer Awareness month throughout the country. While Pulaski Community Hospital Cancer Care Center officials said the specific type of cancer is not a major problem…

Medicare scam targets senior citizens

Several residents have recently been the victim of a potential scam that is targeting senior citizens and their Medicare. Those involved said they received two phone calls from a mysterious…

Apple crop thriving despite little rain

According to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, despite the summer drought in many areas of the state, the apple harvest seems to be the most successful of…

Gatewood levels dropping again

After several months of dry weather, water levels at Gatewood Reservoir are on their way back down again. According to Pulaski Engineering Technician Chase Duncan, the reservoir is now 6.7…

Almost McGraw performs Sept. 25

Over the past two years, the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley (FACNRV) and the Pulaski Theatre have partnered to bring live performances to the community. On Sept.…

DMV outage still ongoing

A statewide computer system problem with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles that started last Thursday continued over the weekend and on Monday. As of Monday, customers were still not…

Blazing his own Trail

A Pulaski native is reaching new heights with a dance academy he opened last fall in South Carolina. Joey Trail is a 1995 graduate of Pulaski County High School and…