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Pulaski County School Board

The Pulaski County School Board listened to two presentations at their Thursday night meeting that could bring new levels of innovation to the Pulaski County school system. One program, K12,…

‘Reading is Fundamental’ at Critzer Elementary

“I like some of the books,” said Grace Shockley, 7, flipping through a Cabin Creek Mysteries book before finally taking it to be stamped out, making it hers to keep.…

Worrell to seek re-election

Just days shy of his 50th birthday, Pulaski Mayor Jeff Worrell announced Tuesday afternoon his intentions to seek election to a second term. “The citizens of the Town of Pulaski…

Pulaski man gets life

A 40-year-old Pulaski man with a history of violence will spend the rest of his life in prison for the murder of his live-in girlfriend last February. Pulaski County Circuit…

Wellness center plans cool

A few weeks ago, plans for a proposed wellness or indoor recreation center for the county were boiling. Now, those plans have been moved to a back burner and “probably…

Man attempts to hide identity, fails

A Lynchburg man’s alleged attempts to hide his true identity from police failed this week after he was involved in a wreck in Pulaski County. According to Virginia State Police…

Teachers unite to ask for county’s help

They lined the walls and flowed into the lobby, but the teachers were united in one purpose – to ask the county to fully-fund a $5 million shortfall in the…

Case cold after six months

It’s been six months since the bodies of two murdered Virginia Tech students were found off Craig Creek Road in Montgomery County, but police have yet to determine who committed…

Murderer to be sentenced

A little more than a year after killing a woman he considered his “wife,” a Pulaski man will be sentenced today for first-degree murder. Tony W. Covey, 40, pled “no…

Teachers unite to ask for county’s help

They lined the walls and flowed into the lobby, but the teachers were united in one purpose – to ask the county to fully-fund a $5 million shortfall in the…