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Carilion nurses educate students on drugs, alcohol

The Carilion New River Valley Medical Emergency Room Department spent Monday morning educating Pulaski County High School juniors and seniors on the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Three nurses from…

NRCC offering CNA program

A new 12-week program at New River Community College in Dublin will allow eligible participants to earn a GED diploma and credits toward nurse aide certification. The program will run…

Low-cost clinic at Humane Society

Pulaski County Humane Society will hold a low-cost vaccination clinic Saturday, April 17 at the Pulaski County Animal Shelter in Dublin. Rocky’s Vaccination Clinic will offer potentially life-saving vaccines to…

Trail flood damage will not be covered

Damage to the New River Trail Extension in Pulaski will not be covered by insurance, according to town officials. Town Manager John Hawley said the town learned this week that…

Rat carcass charges dismissed

Charges have been dismissed against a Roanoke man accused of leaving hundreds of dead rat carcasses on property he owns off Lead Mines Road in southeastern Pulaski County. After taking…

FCT students’ film selected to local film festival

A group of students at the Fairlawn Cooperative Transition Program (FCTP) had a short film they made in class selected to the Progeny Film Festival at the Lyric Theatre in…

Town boundary decision coming

Although other projects have taken the forefront over the past few months, the Town of Pulaski hopes to find out soon whether it will be beneficial to move forward with…

Bodies of all miners removed

(AP) — Recovery teams working before dawn Tuesday finished the grim task of recovering the last of 29 West Virginia miners killed in the nation’s worst coal mining disaster in…

Despite recession, libraries booming

A recent national news story stated public libraries are rising in popularity, but funding is rapidly declining. In tough economic times, the library is becoming the hot spot for just…

PCHS students give back

By LAUREN MARZETTA Pulaski County High School Students in the Small Animal Care class at Pulaski County High School recently completed two projects for Pulaski County Humane Society’s feral cat…