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Resident gives personal reason to build new wellness facility

While a proposed Wellness Center would provide a good place for area youth and citizens to stay fit, a young Pulaski County woman and her mother came out Monday night…

New American Legion post in Dublin opens

The American Legion Dist. 7 of Southwest Virginia announces the formation of a new American Legion Post in Dublin. The new post is designated as Post No. 58 of Dublin,…

Impact of VDOT layoffs not certain for local division

It’ll be Wednesday afternoon before Virginia Department of Transportation Resident Engineer David Clarke knows the full effect the agency’s latest layoffs will have on Pulaski County. However, Clarke said he…

Rec center support grows

Pulaski County citizens packed a meeting room again Monday night to express support for a proposed Wellness/Recreation Center in the former TMD Friction industrial building. If Monday night’s sentiment and…

Resident gives personal reason to build new wellness facility

While a proposed Wellness Center would provide a good place for area youth and citizens to stay fit, a young Pulaski County woman and her mother came out Monday night…

New American Legion post in Dublin opens

The American Legion Dist. 7 of Southwest Virginia announces the formation of a new American Legion Post in Dublin. The new post is designated as Post No. 58 of Dublin,…

Impact of VDOT layoffs not certain for local division

It’ll be Wednesday afternoon before Virginia Department of Transportation Resident Engineer David Clarke knows the full effect the agency’s latest layoffs will have on Pulaski County. However, Clarke said he…

Town to bring down more structures

Pulaski has already spent nearly $40,000 this fiscal year ridding the town of nuisance structures and out of control vegetation. Thanks to comparable funds recently allocated to the program, six…

Budget cuts could hurt police

If Gov. Tim Kaine’s most recent budget cuts stand, state funding for police departments will be back to 2003 levels in the Town of Pulaski, according to Town Manager John…

Called to Action

While most of us were putting the finishing touches on our Christmas plans, Pulaski Mayor Jeff Worrell was busy making his way through knee-deep snow in the mountains of West…