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Trail cyclist dies

A 68-year-old Radford man died last Sunday while cycling on the New River Trail through Pulaski County. Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Jeff Saunders said other trail users found the…

Eight injured in multi-vehicle crash

WYTHE COUNTY – Eight people were injured Thursday in a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 81 in Wythe County, according to Virginia State Police. Sgt. Michael T. Conroy said the 9:53…

PCHS cage coach vote pending

Mark Hanks, former Cougar boys’ basketball head coach at Pulaski County High School, will be named the new head coach for the 2011/2012 season, according to the proposed personnel agenda…

Pawn shop victim of $16K heist

Dublin police are investigating a weekend burglary that resulted in the theft of $16,000 worth of items from an area pawn shop. Dublin Police Department Investigator Marshall Dowdy said a…

‘Ade’ sale will aid children’s hospital

A group of local Girl Scouts will be offering lots of ‘ade’ and aid Saturday as they take part in the “Anthem ‘Lemonaid’ Kids Helping Kids Fundraiser.” Not only will…

Bridge getting all decked out

A bridge on old Route 11, between Dublin and Fairlawn, is under renovation and should offer motorists smoother travel when the road reopens. The bridge, constructed in 1934, is in…

Duo to perform in park

This Friday’s Jackson Park Concert Series will feature the duo of Billy Joe Chambers and Al Coffey. The duo collectively holds 50 years of musical experience and, as a group,…

Akers hot over state funding

“They (state legislators) just slowly quit funding things over the years and the localities, not just us, are picking up more and more and more,” Ingles District Supervisor Ranny Akers…

How would road option hit towns?

If state officials decide to shift secondary road maintenance to localities, Pulaski Town Manager John Hawley doesn’t anticipate any impact on the town. Hawley points out that Pulaski already maintains…

Museum bid below estimate

The low bid for construction of the Raymond F. Ratcliffe Transportation Museum was less than expected, according to Pulaski Engineer Bill Pedigo. Four bids were received by the 2 p.m.…