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Hubble wins hospital DAISY Award

The Nursing Professional Development Council of LewisGale Hospital – Pulaski recently announced its first winner of the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Members of the Nursing Professional Development Council, administration…

No asbestos in Main Street building

When work begins to remove the collapsed building on Main Street, one thing the workers will not have to worry about is asbestos. Despite the age of the structure, Pulaski…

Unemployment shows improvement

The area unemployment picture showed improvement during September, with Pulaski County’s rate nearly three points below its rate a year ago. In September 2009, Pulaski County’s unemployment rate stood at…

Cougar football team starts new tradition

When we were younger, most of us had a special person within our school system who impacted our lives, but few of us had a chance to publicly show our…

Daily Bread seeks help for holidays

During the holiday season, groups and individuals help their community by donating time and resources to provide a happy holiday to those less fortunate. Pulaski Daily Bread provides a happier…

Ownership of Peak Creek questioned

Who owns Peak Creek? Ever asked your self that question? The Town of Pulaski is asking and, so far, hasn’t been able to find out who owns most of it.…

Local veteran to speak in D.C.

Each year on Veterans Day, there is a celebration of Vietnam War veterans at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C. On Nov. 11, Randy O’Dell, a Specialist E4…

PCHS prepares for big weekend

Pulaski County High School is preparing for a weekend full of events beginning Friday. The school will host a bonfire, football game, regional competitions, and a festival. "We have a…

Court to hear DSS embezzlement case

A 25-year employee of Pulaski County Department of Social Services is slated for a preliminary hearing on an embezzlement charge next week. According to court records, Brenda Carolyn Thomas, 63,…

Local author takes students back in time

In the world of novels, the journey to write the book is as important as the journey within the book. This is true in the case of Patricia Guthrie, Pulaski…