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Train engine ‘blew up,’ burns

The engine of a train sustained about $150,000 in damage late Thursday when it experienced a problem and caught fire. Pulaski Fire Marshal Chip Hutchinson said firefighters responded to the…

Fire destroys unoccupied Valley Road house

Fire destroyed an unoccupied home off Valley Road early Monday. Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb said his department was notified of the structure fire at 925 Valley Road at 2:29…

Water plant posts profit

Thanks to an increase in rainfall, Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority’s bottom line did a $140,000 about face in October. According to Executive Director Clarke Wallcraft the authority was…

Authority passes on donation to group

The local wastewater treatment authority has passed, at least temporarily, on making a donation to a non-profit New River advocacy group. Members of the board of directors for Pepper’s Ferry…

Train engine ‘blew up,’ burns

The engine of a train sustained about $150,000 in damage late Thursday when it experienced a problem and caught fire. Pulaski Fire Marshal Chip Hutchinson said firefighters responded to the…

Fire destroys unoccupied Valley Road house

Fire destroyed an unoccupied home off Valley Road early Monday. Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb said his department was notified of the structure fire at 925 Valley Road at 2:29…

Water plant posts profit

Thanks to an increase in rainfall, Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority’s bottom line did a $140,000 about face in October. According to Executive Director Clarke Wallcraft the authority was…

Contractors needed for town project

When the Town of Pulaski begins its Southeast Revitalization project, keeping the contracting work local will be one of its main goals. Therefore, Town Manager John Hawley is asking interested…

First snowfall blankets area

Pulaski County residents awoke to the first snowfall of the season Saturday morning, as a wet, slushy snow began to blanket the ground just before sunrise. For the most part,…

VT staff’s families told first about killer

BLACKSBURG (AP) — New details on the response to the first shootings of what would become the Virginia Tech massacre show that at least two administrators alerted their family members…