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County budget hearing draws no comments

A public hearing on Pulaski County’s proposed 2010-11 Fiscal Year Budget drew no public comment Monday night, but it will be late June before action is taken on the nearly…

Route 114 bridge to finally be up for bid

It appears the Route 114 bridge will be advertised for bid this fall – if the delays that have plagued it for years don’t continue. David Clarke with Virginia Department…

Comcast channel changes coming

Comcast customers in Pulaski County will be seeing some changes to their current service in June. The company announced that channel changes will take place on Thursday, June 10. In…

NRV Horse Show opens Thursday

In its 103rd year, the New River Valley Horse Show may be the longest running show in Virginia, according to manager Alice Martens of Dayton. Martens said she is expecting…

All in the line of duty

A Pulaski Police officer was recognized this week for his efforts to save a pedestrian struck by a vehicle earlier this month. Officer Phillip S. Bryce, who has been with…

Fireworks fizzle out in down economy

Budget constraints have forced the cancellation of the annual July 4 fireworks display at New River Valley Fairgrounds this summer. "Given the state of the local economy, job losses, and…

Ride for Freedom

Each year Volvo’s United Auto Workers Local 2069 Veterans Committee draws attention to veteran issues with its decorated Ride For Freedom truck. This year, the UAW hopes the truck cab…

BOS to hold budget hearing

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing Monday night on its proposed $77.5 million fiscal year 2010-11 Budget. The proposed budget reflects a nearly $890,000 decrease over…

Republicans select Griffith

Ninth District Republicans gathered today in a near capacity crowd at Ft. Chiswell High School in Wythe County and selected Morgan Griffith to be their nominee in the November General…

A new weapon to win the war

Cancer patients at Pulaski Community Hospital now have more treatment options thanks to $3.5 million in capital funds. PCH used the capital funds for new equipment and construction that will…