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Grant addresses homeless veterans

As long as the U.S. armed forces have existed, in every major conflict, and in just about any town across the country, there have been veterans who have come home…

Injuries ‘minor’ in Rt. 11, Hatcher wreck

A mother and daughter received minor injuries Thursday when their pickup truck flipped on Route 11. Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Jeff Saunders said Margaret Hurst of Pulaski was traveling…

Two arrested in bank robbery

Two arrests have been made in the March 18 robbery of MemberOne Credit Union in Fairlawn. Franklin Clay Crotty II, 31, was arrested in Durham, N.C. this week and is…

Bluegrass ticket sales need boost

With just over two weeks until musicians take the stage at Calfee Park for Pulaski’s Grand Slam Bluegrass Festival, a significant number of tickets are going to have to be…

Police academy breaks ground

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday for the future site of New River Criminal Justice Training Academy, to be located in Dublin Industrial Park. The 11,500-square-foot facility is scheduled for…

Six injured in wreck

Six people were injured Wednesday in a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Route 99 and Dora Highway. According to Pulaski Police Officer J.D. Saul, Rebecca Jane Webb was eastbound…

Commander Bennie Hill dies

Bennie Ray Hill Sr., a Navy veteran and post commander for V.F.W. Post 1184 in Pulaski, died Tuesday at the VA Medical Center in Salem at the age of 68.…

VT alert lifted, vigilance urged

A little over five hours after it was issued, Virginia Tech officials lifted an alert that put the campus under lockdown Thursday morning. The alert was issued shortly after 9…

Disaster loan deadline nearing

Even those with insured tornado losses shouldn’t wait to receive their settlements before applying for a disaster assistance loan, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. “If someone does not…

Interstate blasting resumes today

CHRISTIANSBURG – Blasting along Interstate 81, which was stopped earlier, resumed today, with southbound traffic now being detoured around the construction zone. The blasting is part of a project to…