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Downed aircraft was false alarm

A severe thunderstorm and controlled burn combined to make for the “perfect storm” and some anxious moments at New River Valley Airport Tuesday night. Dublin Fire Chief Ronnie McClure said…

Game to score for tornado relief

The annual Faculty-Senior Basketball Game at Pulaski County High School is a community event that generally helps to raise money for needed sports materials. However, this year proceeds from the…

Mail carriers to hold food drive

Mail carriers will collect non-perishable food from customers Saturday for the annual National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Last year, Pulaski County postal customers contributed…

Pepper’s Ferry OKs budget, pay increases

Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority has approved a $4.7 million 2011-12 budget that includes pay increases for employees while reducing the sewage treatment rate Although the treatment rate is…

FEMA denies tornado relief

It appears local tornado victims are going to have to rely on state, local and private sector assistance to recover unless some federal assistance comes by way of a Community…

RU graduation marked by firsts

RADFORD – Nearly 2,000 Radford University undergraduate and graduate students received degrees Saturday during a Spring Commencement that included several technological “firsts.” For the first time in RU history, graduates…

Nurses to recognize ‘40 Under 40’

RICHMOND – Virginia Nurses Foundation (VNF) is accepting nominations for its first-ever “40 Under 40 Awards.” The awards will recognize 40 Virginia RNs (registered nurses) under the age of 40…

RU increasing tuition

RADFORD – Both in- and out-of-state students at Radford University will pay more for tuition when the 2011-12 academic year begins. The university’s Board of Visitors voted Friday to increase…

Woman renews BPOL concern

A business woman who wrote a letter to Pulaski Town Council in February expressing “disgust” with a town license tax, renewed her complaint in person Tuesday night. Patricia Aust Weeks,…

Pepper’s Ferry breaks ground for UV system

Several dozen people were on hand Thursday as Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority broke ground for its new ultraviolet (UV) disinfection system. Executive Director Clarke Wallcraft said the approximately…