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Bridge Battle fever spreading

This Friday’s annual “Battle of the Bridge” football game between the Pulaski County Cougars and Radford City Bobcats has expanded to include a challenge between Radford City and Pulaski County…

Mariners clinch playoff spot

ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. – He didn’t have a hit in the game, but a ninth inning sacrifice bunt by Pulaski Mariner’s shortstop Jake Schlander proved to be the difference in a…

‘Accidental’ shooting leads to arrest

A Pulaski County man has been charged in connection with a Tuesday night shooting off Little Creek Road. Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis said Merideth Leon Presgraves, 41, of Little…

Men charged in burglary

Two Pulaski County men are in custody, charged with burglarizing the Nanochemonics building off Magnox Drive Monday. According to Acting Lt. M. D. Parmelee of Pulaski Police Department, Clarence Wayne…

Possible damage, injury averted

The decision to remove one of the older trees in front of Pulaski County Courthouse proved to be a wise one. Pulaski County Administrator Peter Huber commended the county’s buildings…

Action delayed on cart ordinance

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will make a visit to DeHaven Park before deciding whether to allow golf carts and utility vehicles to operate on roads adjoining the park. Several…

Dublin to collect PSA sewer fees

Dublin residents added to the Pulaski County Public Service Authority (PSA) sewer system will be able to pay for water and sewer services on a single bill thanks to an…

Historic home loss felt in community

Built in 1841, the Painter house in Draper stood as one of the recognized historical structures in Pulaski County. The house held meaning not only to the community in which…

Fine Arts Center Fundraiser

Every year, the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley (FACNRV) presents Casino Night as a fundraiser open to the community. However, this year on Aug. 28, 2010, community…

VDOT addresses safety concerns

Virginia Department of Transportation may have axed improvements to Exit 94 from its budget, but that doesn’t necessarily mean sight distance issues can’t be addressed. David Clarke, residency maintenance manager…