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Town hall efficiency meeting postponed

A town hall meeting planned for Tuesday night to get citizen input on how to improve efficiency within the school system and county has been postponed. The meeting has been…

Two more post offices may close

The post offices in Belspring and Parrott are among the latest “retail outlets” being considered for closure. The Postal Service announced Tuesday it is considering closure of more than 90…

Invasion posing many problems

They’re not shy about peering in through the back door. They could care less who comes outside. In the middle of the night they don’t care who they awake as…

‘Satisfaction’ coming to theatre

Pulaski Theatre-goers should be able to get some “Satisfaction” out of the latest concert coming to the theatre this Friday night – especially if they’re fans of rock & roll.…

Third wreck victim dies

The only man who survived an April wreck at Parrott died Thursday, but Virginia State Police say they do not know whether the death was related to the car wreck.…

K-9 sweep nets drugs at apartment complex

An early Monday morning sweep of Meadowview Apartments in Pulaski led to search warrants that resulted in the seizure of illegal narcotics and drug paraphernalia, according to police. Law enforcement…

Trail kiosks dedicated at Claytor Lake State Park

With childhood obesity quickly becoming an epidemic in this country, two organizations, Saturday, dedicated a new way for children to get out into nature and allow themselves a self-guided hike…

Citizens speak out on sustainability

Several hundred people filed into Pulaski County High School Monday night to express their opinions to Pulaski County Board of Supervisors on a regional initiative some see as a benefit…

Arrests made in soda machine burglaries

Two Roanoke residents were arrested early Sunday for attempting to break into soda machines outside a Pulaski grocery store, according to police. Pulaski Police Chief Gary Roche said members of…

Is one-world rule coming?

By J.R. SCHRADER Legislation is passed by governing entities locally, statewide, nationally and globally with little fanfare and little public input. However, that legislation usually has major, if not gigantic,…