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Watch for floods; boil your water

The National Weather Service (NWS) has extended a flash flood watch until 6 p.m. Friday for Pulaski, Wythe and Carroll counties as a result of forecast rain and ice buildup…

‘Drive Thru’ Haiti relief effort set for Pulaski

Pulaski County resident, Ellen Mitchell, in conjunction with the local American Red Cross office, has organized a Haiti Relief Effort for Pulaski County The event will take place Wednesday, Jan.…

Burglars strike East Main Street

The Pulaski Police Department responded to a number of burglaries in the five hundred block of East Main Street Jan. 3. According to Pulaski Police Chief Gary Roche, The Budget…

Town taking bids for federal neighborhood rehab project

The Town of Pulaski is in the process of taking applications for single-family home rehabilitations as part of a federal housing project. A sign notifying the public of the Dora…

Town hears YMCA plans

Even if Pulaski County develops an indoor Wellness Center, officials with Hensel Eckman YMCA say it is their intention for the “Y” to continue operation in some capacity. “Y” Director…

Watch for floods; boil your water

The National Weather Service (NWS) has extended a flash flood watch until 6 p.m. Friday for Pulaski, Wythe and Carroll counties as a result of forecast rain and ice buildup…

‘Drive Thru’ Haiti relief effort set for Pulaski

Pulaski County resident, Ellen Mitchell, in conjunction with the local American Red Cross office, has organized a Haiti Relief Effort for Pulaski County The event will take place Wednesday, Jan.…

Burglars strike East Main Street

The Pulaski Police Department responded to a number of burglaries in the five hundred block of East Main Street Jan. 3. According to Pulaski Police Chief Gary Roche, The Budget…

Town taking bids for federal neighborhood rehab project

The Town of Pulaski is in the process of taking applications for single-family home rehabilitations as part of a federal housing project. A sign notifying the public of the Dora…

‘They needed help before the quake’

His trip to Haiti wasn’t Jon Kilgore’s first mission trip – nor does he intend for it to he his last – but he acknowledges the conditions he saw in…