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Museum could break ground in early June

The Town of Pulaski is hoping to break ground for its new museum early next month. Members of Pulaski Town Council said recently they would like to see the town…

Claytor Lake festival on tap for June 13

A play, music, car show and, of course, fireworks are all on tap for the 12th Annual Claytor Lake Festival to be held Saturday, June 13. This year’s event will…

Huber presented with ‘Advocate Award’

Pulaski County Administrator Peter Huber is the recipient of the Virginia Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science’s (VEAFCS) prestigious “Advocate Award.” The award was presented to Huber for his…

Museum could break ground in early June

The Town of Pulaski is hoping to break ground for its new museum early next month. Members of Pulaski Town Council said recently they would like to see the town…

Huber presented with ‘Advocate Award’

Pulaski County Administrator Peter Huber is the recipient of the Virginia Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science’s (VEAFCS) prestigious “Advocate Award.” The award was presented to Huber for his…

Attacking deer not rabid

A deer that was showing aggressive behavior in the Delton section of the county earlier this week did not have rabies. Troy Phillips with Virginia Department of Game and Inland…

Portion of former hospital building to be renovated

It’s been sitting empty for several years, but it appears at least part of the original Pulaski Hospital building on Randolph Avenue is about to undergo renovations. According to a…

Attacking deer not rabid

A deer that was showing aggressive behavior in the Delton section of the county earlier this week did not have rabies. Troy Phillips with Virginia Department of Game and Inland…

‘It’s the men and women who have given their lives for freedom … who are the t

DUBLIN – Many people look to the ball fields, stages or silver screen for their heroes, but it’s the men and women who have given their lives for freedom and…

Portion of former hospital building to be renovated

It’s been sitting empty for several years, but it appears at least part of the original Pulaski Hospital building on Randolph Avenue is about to undergo renovations. According to a…