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November election candidates announced

Yesterday was the deadline for announcing eligibility to run for local office. Candidates for the Nov. elections have been accounted for and are as follows: School Board: Cloyd District: A.A…

November election candidates announced

Yesterday was the deadline for announcing eligibility to run for local office. Candidates for the Nov. elections have been accounted for and are as follows: School Board: Cloyd District: A.A…

SWAT Team called to standoff

A local man was arrested after a standoff lasting for over two hours was resolved without incident Monday morning. David Allen Bugg of Pulaski was in violation of a protective…

Apparent assault leads to death

RADFORD – A 39-year-old man died Monday from injuries received in an apparent assault Friday night. According to Radford City Police Lt. Andy Wilburn, Michael Allen Duncan was found lying…

Politicians gather at Randolph Park

U.S. Senate hopeful Jamie Radtke attended the Pulaski County Republican Women’s Club annual barbecue at Randolph Park Friday to rally support for her campaign. Radtke, former president of the Richmond…

Cox appointed as Rapid Response Coordinator

Beckie Cox, of Pulaski County, has been appointed to the position of Rapid Response coordinator at New River Community College. The Rapid Response program is administered by the Virginia Community…

Bypass to open for flea market

HILLSVILLE – Unless you’re planning to attend the annual Hillsville Flea Market and Gun Show Sept. 2-5, state transportation officials suggest avoiding that area altogether. According to Virginia Department of…

Supervisors approve ‘Camelot’ funds

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Monday night unanimously approved the transfer of $125,000 to Pulaski County School System to continue services that had been offered by Camelot school. The funds…

Robbery, attack net 30-year terms

The second man involved in a home invasion-type robbery a year ago was sentenced Thursday to the same prison term as his co-defendant – 30 years. "Fortunately such crimes are…

Stink over skunks tops agenda

The recent stink over the abundance of skunks in town is once again on the agenda for Pulaski Town Council’s monthly work session Tuesday. Three separate presentations are to be…