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Landlord seeks change to policy

Landlord George Collins wants the Town of Pulaski to rethink its policy of requiring owners of rental property to pay a $100 water reconnection fee if a tenant skips out…

Court ruling prompts local church to put up crosses

A federal court ruling that removed memorial crosses from Utah highways has prompted a local church to put up its own crosses in recognition of those the crosses honored. Mike…

Depot landscaping OK’d – finally

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com It took 45 minutes of debate and three motions, but Pulaski Town Council finally voted Tuesday to approve up to $175,000 in paving and landscaping for…

Excess minerals at Claytor Lake

At the March meeting of the Friends of Claytor Lake (FOCL), members discussed the current state of the growing hydrilla problem that effect many residents surrounding the lake. In addition,…

PCPC to ‘take back’ unwanted medications

Those who have prescription and over-the-counter medications that are expired or no longer needed will have another opportunity to safely dispose of them Saturday, April 30 at LewisGale Hospital –…

No one injured in backhoe mishap

No one was injured Monday when a Town of Pulaski backhoe working behind Pulaski Fire Department tumbled into Peak Creek. Todd Garwood, fire marshal and safety officer for the town,…

County primary road priorities

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Elimination of cloverleaf interchanges, replacement of a bridge and improvements to Route 11 are among primary road projects Pulaski County would like to see addressed. As…

Excess minerals at Claytor Lake

At the March meeting of the Friends of Claytor Lake (FOCL), members discussed the current state of the growing hydrilla problem that effect many residents surrounding the lake. In addition,…

PCPC to ‘take back’ unwanted medications

Those who have prescription and over-the-counter medications that are expired or no longer needed will have another opportunity to safely dispose of them Saturday, April 30 at LewisGale Hospital –…

No one injured in backhoe mishap

No one was injured Monday when a Town of Pulaski backhoe working behind Pulaski Fire Department tumbled into Peak Creek. Todd Garwood, fire marshal and safety officer for the town,…