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Student disappearance a criminal case

ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — The search for a Virginia Tech student missing since she became separated from her friends at a Metallica concert Saturday is being treated as a criminal…

Intermet to close Foundry

RADFORD — “The loss of these manufacturing jobs is tragic. It’s going to cause personal hardships and even foreclosures; it is not a good Christmas present for workers in Radford.”…

Health Directors encouraging parents to fill out H1N1 vaccination permission for

RICHMOND – In an effort to protect the health of Virginia’s children, the area’s eight health district directors are encouraging all parents of school-age children to take advantage of the…

New Education Foundation forms three committees

In its first official public meeting held last night (Oct. 20) at the Pulaski County School Board meeting room, the newly formed Pulaski County Public Schools Education Foundation discussed at…

Search is on for missing VT student

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Police searched Tuesday for a Virginia Tech student who hasn’t been seen since she was separated from her friends at a Metallica concert Saturday. Morgan Dana…

Rescuers learn hybrid safety

“Never cut the orange wires.” That was the warning repeated many times over Tuesday night at Pulaski Middle School during a safety class on hybrid vehicles sponsored by NAPA Auto…

New Education Foundation forms three committees

In its first official public meeting held last night (Oct. 20) at the Pulaski County School Board meeting room, the newly formed Pulaski County Public Schools Education Foundation discussed at…

Search is on for missing VT student

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Police searched Tuesday for a Virginia Tech student who hasn’t been seen since she was separated from her friends at a Metallica concert Saturday. Morgan Dana…

Rescuers learn hybrid safety

“Never cut the orange wires.” That was the warning repeated many times over Tuesday night at Pulaski Middle School during a safety class on hybrid vehicles sponsored by NAPA Auto…

Groundbreaking ceremony

Dublin – A historic milestone took place at the Dublin’s Lion Club, when Frank K. Salvas Sr., director, of the National Cemetery Administration presented a $7.2 million ceremonial check to…