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CRISIS IN HAITI: Up Close and Personal

“I’m so glad to be home, but I don’t think I should be,” Pulaski resident Jon Kilgore said of his mission trip to Haiti. “I think I should be there…

Students honor King Jr.

Two Texas fifth-graders were featured on NBC’s Today show yesterday as the national winners in oratory competition in honor of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. whose legacy lives…

McDonnell takes oath of office

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Bob McDonnell took the oath as Virginia’s 71st governor Saturday, comparing today’s fiscal crisis to her founders’ struggles, then swept his wife, Maureen, into his arms…

Students honor King Jr.

Two Texas fifth-graders were featured on NBC’s Today show yesterday as the national winners in oratory competition in honor of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. whose legacy lives…

Notice to Customers of The Pulaski County Public Service Authority and the Town

Failure to follow this advisory could result in stomach or intestinal illness. The Virginia Department of Health in conjunction with the Pulaski County Health Department, the Pulaski County Public Service…

Notice to Customers of The Pulaski County Public Service Authority and the Town

Failure to follow this advisory could result in stomach or intestinal illness. The Virginia Department of Health in conjunction with the Pulaski County Health Department, the Pulaski County Public Service…

Woman with huge sinkhole asks town for help

Pulaski Town Council is scheduled to consider at its work session Tuesday a request for assistance by a Pulaski woman who fears her house will be condemned due to a…

New scooter helmet law in effect

Any Pulaski County residents thinking of riding their moped or scooter to Radford should make sure to wear a helmet. As of Jan. 1, a new law went into effect…

Pulaski man heading out of Haiti

It appears a Pulaski man who was stranded in Haiti with a mission group will make it home in time for the start of his spring courses at Radford University.…

Boucher talks about majorities

Ninth District Congressman Rick Boucher says “it’s almost certain Democrats will lose some seats” in the Congress and Senate come November based on the “historical pattern,” but he feels certain…