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‘Valley’ water flowing again

A water pressure issue affecting residents of Valley Road in Pulaski has been resolved. Pulaski Engineer Bill Pedigo said a waterline leak was determined to be causing residents of that…

Bands to perform at PCHS Saturday

The Pulaski County High School Golden Cougar Band will host the Virginia Band and Orchestra Director’s (VBODA) State Marching Assessment this Saturday at Kenneth Dobson stadium at Pulaski County High…

Caution advised while driving this Halloween

With an increase in pedestrians on the roadways on Halloween, Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) urges motorists to be alert. Local officials have voted to have the holiday observed…

NRCC faculty making headlines

Many New River Community College professors and instructors are participating within the community and receiving honors. In addition, the IT department of the community college received new software to help…

NRV awarded planning grant

New River Valley Planning District Commission, has received a $1 million grant to plan for sustainable communities throughout the region. The grant was received on behalf of 12 local governments,…

Delegate surprised by lunch program

The cafeteria staff of Pulaski Middle School recently met with Sixth District Rep. Anne B. Crockett-Stark (R-Wytheville) to discuss staff concerns and needs for servicing students. Crockett-Stark was surprised to…

Relay rallies for 2011 success

Cancer survivors, caregivers, team captains and others joined together Monday night to kick off the 2011 campaign to raise $78,000 for cancer research through Relay for Life of Pulaski County.…

PCPS, Chamber join to keep parents informed

Pulaski County Public Schools and the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce announced a special collaboration that will provide the parents of PCPS students the opportunity to access Parent Portal from…

Local student needs help to see the world

A local Pulaski Middle School student has been accepted into the People to People Ambassadors Program. The program is intended to connect students with individuals around the world by traveling…

Utility pole fire leaves homes in the dark

Many of the residents on Fallen Branch Road were without power Thursday afternoon. The cause of the outage was faulty equipment attached to a utility pole that caused the pole…