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Cookout will welcome Mariners

The Pulaski Mariners and Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce will host a cookout style luncheon Monday at Calfee Park, as they welcome the 2010 Pulaski Mariners farm team to town.…

Lake festival survived, despite weather

The 37th Annual Claytor Lake Festival was held Saturday and managed to draw large crowds throughout the day despite intermittent heavy downpours. Vendors came prepared for the rain with tents…

Elvis is coming to Pulaski!

It’s time to break out your blue suede shoes, put on your poodle skirt and head on down to Jackson Park Friday because Elvis is coming to town! International, award-winning…

Appalachian wants to lower rates

After years of repeated requests to increase its fuel factor charges, Appalachian Power Company is now seeking the largest reduction in its fuel factor in decades. Wednesday, Appalachian Power asked…

PCHS bids farewell to Class of 2010

It was a beautiful Friday evening, as a capacity crowd at Kenneth J. Dobson Stadium watched 339 students accept their diplomas during Pulaski County High School’s Thirty-sixth Commencement exercises. Fifteen…

Wreck claims county man

A Pulaski man died Friday evening when he lost control of his motorcycle and then was struck by a vehicle. A Pulaski man died Friday evening when he lost control…

Scooter crash kills rider

A scooter wreck near Morgan’s Cut at Fairlawn early last Saturday has claimed the life of a Pulaski County man. According to Major Mike Alderman with Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office,…

Fallen firefighter recognized by Commonwealth

RICHMOND – A Pulaski Fire Department firefighter was among six firefighters from across the state honored during the 13th Annual Virginia Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service held in Richmond. Jeffrey Houston…

Wilson sentenced for embezzling

A former Pulaski County employee who admitted embezzling more than $100,000 from her church will serve two years in prison even though sentencing guidelines called for probation or community service.…

Jordan’s Chapel backpack program receives funding

A local program got a much needed boost last week, when it received a large grant from a local grocery chain. Jordan’s Chapel, which operates the "Feed My Lambs" Backpack…