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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…

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…

Board deals with spikes in energy costs

Much discussion took place among the Pulaski County School Board members when Ronald Nichols, director of Operations, Transportation & Maintenance for the Pulaski County Public Schools, gave an update on…

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…

Board deals with spikes in energy costs

Much discussion took place among the Pulaski County School Board members when Ronald Nichols, director of Operations, Transportation & Maintenance for the Pulaski County Public Schools, gave an update on…

I-81 repairs to impact traffic

Traffic flow on Interstate 81 in Pulaski and several other counties may be impacted this week due to road repairs. According to Virginia Department of Transportation, work crews will be…

DMS teacher receives suspended sentence

RADFORD — A Dublin Middle School teacher indicted last December on a felony charge of manufacturing marijuana, pleaded to a lesser offense Friday in Radford Circuit Court. Lisa D. Toler,…

Change your clocks, change your batteries

As the time change approaches on Sunday, Nov. 1 the Pulaski Fire Marshal’s Office wants to remind residents to make another change that could save their lives – changing the…