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Robbery, attack net 30-year terms

The second man involved in a home invasion-type robbery a year ago was sentenced Thursday to the same prison term as his co-defendant – 30 years. "Fortunately such crimes are…

Stink over skunks tops agenda

The recent stink over the abundance of skunks in town is once again on the agenda for Pulaski Town Council’s monthly work session Tuesday. Three separate presentations are to be…

Come early for Grand Slam jam

Musicians, as well as spectators, are urged to come out early to the Grand Slam Bluegrass Festival at Calfee Park this weekend for a Grand Slam jam from 1-3 p.m.…

Hit and run boater sought

Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is seeking the public’s help in locating a boater that was involved in a hit and run on Claytor Lake earlier this month.…

School leaders join ‘Bridge Battle’ rivalry

Deciding what shirt to wear to the school board meeting won’t be a difficult choice for the superintendent of Pulaski County or Radford City’s public schools next month. The decision…

Golf tourney raises over $7,000

The 16th Annual Camp Dickenson Four-Man Captain’s Choice Golf Tournament raised over $7,000 for an area Methodist Church camp. According to John Hawley, 21 teams participated in the Aug. 10…

Conference to mark 2nd anniversary

MONTGOMERY COUNTY – A task force formed to investigate the murder of a Virginia Tech couple will hold a press conference next week to update the public on the two-year-old…

Lions prepare for fall market

Over 15,000 people turned out in June for the Dublin Lions Clubs’ spring flea market, but organizers expect about 17,000 to show up this fall. The 38th Annual Pulaski County…

Wrenches, not shovels, unveil tank

A group of government and economic development officials used wrenches rather than the typical shovel to mark the beginning of significant water and sewer improvements at New River Valley Commerce…

Area youth travels abroad

Adam Slate, a rising Pulaski County High School student, recently had the opportunity to travel overseas to participate in a program founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Slate’s parents, Chucky…