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Van sales halted

The owner of an expanding Volkswagen van business on Lee Highway (Rt. 11) in Pulaski is facing 13 misdemeanor charges after being accused by Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles of…

Free Clinic meets needs of uninsured

On conclusion of the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2009, the Free Clinic of Pulaski County provided primary healthcare to 934 citizens of Pulaski County who lacked health insurance…

Pulaski Hospital honors employees

Pulaski Community Hospital recently honored 67 of its staff members at an awards ceremony to recognize their dedication and years of service. Recipients of the 2009 Employee Service Awards represent…

Fire damages home

An electrical problem related to Christmas tree lights are being blamed for a fire that caused an estimated $30,000 in damage to a house on Bertha Street Monday. According to…

Hospital names new administrator

After serving as the CEO of both urban and rural community hospitals, Mark Nichols feels his management style is “well suited” for the staff of Pulaski Community Hospital. Nichols, administrator…

Pulaski Hospital honors employees

Pulaski Community Hospital recently honored 67 of its staff members at an awards ceremony to recognize their dedication and years of service. Recipients of the 2009 Employee Service Awards represent…

Fire damages home

An electrical problem related to Christmas tree lights are being blamed for a fire that caused an estimated $30,000 in damage to a house on Bertha Street Monday. According to…

Hospital names new administrator

After serving as the CEO of both urban and rural community hospitals, Mark Nichols feels his management style is “well suited” for the staff of Pulaski Community Hospital. Nichols, administrator…

Hostage standoff ends

WYTHEVILLE, Va. (AP) — A disabled man in a wheelchair who authorities say held three people for more than eight hours inside a small-town Virginia post office surrendered to police…

Coyote! Program cuts could prove costly to livestock farmers

Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine’s decision to cut $120,000 from the state’s Coyote Damage Control Program may prove costly for some area farmers. “Without this service, some of our farmers will…