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Jefferson School: history barely standing

Jefferson School, located in the southwest area of Pulaski, was once the primary elementary education venue for the children of the town. Many of the current residents hold fond memories…

PAT Saturday service to continue

A Pulaski councilman says he’ll “eat crow,” if necessary to ensure transit service continues on Saturday, but future budget requests need to be presented to council as a whole, not…

Pulaski adopts refund policy

Unless one is requested, Pulaski utility customers will no longer receive refunds on their closed accounts if they have a credit under $5. Pulaski Town Council unanimously approved a new…

Council wants figures before accounts purged

Pulaski’s finance director would like to be able to write off utility accounts that are deemed uncollectible after five years, but some councilmen would like to know the value of…

Pulaski urged to oppose state bill

While the town of Dublin may be rejoicing over a Virginia Supreme Court ruling stating that it is not unconstitutional to charge out-of-town residents surcharges for water, the town of…

Council approves housing agreement

Dublin Town Council approved a cooperation agreement with the Housing and Urban Development Home Investment Partnership Program at its January meeting. Through this agreement, the program will design and implement…

Moose Lodge backs Alaska mission trip

“The way the economy is now, without groups like (Pulaski Moose Lodge), mission trips like this wouldn’t be possible,” said Tom Hager. Hager recently accepted a $2,000 donation from Pulaski…

Blood supply at decade low

With bad weather forcing the cancellation of more than 600 blood and platelet donations in the American Red Cross’ Appalachian Region over the past few weeks, blood supplies reached a…

American Legion Post 7 doing its part to help

Doing their part to help improve the blood supply, American Legion Post 7 Auxiliary members are encouraging all potential blood donors to come out to their blood drive this Saturday,…

Council approves housing agreement

Dublin Town Council approved a cooperation agreement with the Housing and Urban Development Home Investment Partnership Program at its January meeting. Through this agreement, the program will design and implement…