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Juvenile seriously injured in wreck

A juvenile was seriously injured Saturday when the vehicle he was driving went out of control on Belspring Road. According to Virginia State Police First Sgt. Mike Honaker, the juvenile…

Work begins on Health Dept.

Business should be back to normal at Pulaski County Health Department next week, if the weather cooperates. Work got underway Monday to replace the roof on the building, which had…

Plant’s roots run deep in Pulaski

The roots of NanoChemonics Holdings LLC run deep in the Town of Pulaski, according to a history included in the company’s Employee Handbook. The business got its start, under the…

Pulaski Co. nanotech plans won’t be harmed by closing

Local plans to make Pulaski County a hub of nanotechnology research and development will not be harmed if NanoChemonics does close its doors for good, an official said Friday. Pulaski…

Bruce making bid for Dublin Town Council

Pulaski County deputy and Dublin resident Garland Bruce will seek to unseat one of three incumbent Dublin Town Council members up for re-election in May. Bruce, 62, has been with…

Task Force makes ‘small drug roundup’

Claytor Lake Regional Drug Task Force arrested more than a dozen people on drug charges this week in a “small drug roundup.” According to Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis and…

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,…

NanoChemonics plant shut down

As many as 60 people have joined the ranks of the unemployed as the fate of NanoChemonics fell into question Friday evening. Richard Adams, a spokesman for United Steel Workers…

‘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…