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Virginia officially out of its drought

Virginia officially out of its droughtA wet first quarter of the year has officially removed Virginia from its lengthy drought. According to the U.S. Geological Survey Drought Watch map, updated…

NRCC and ODU work for students ‘anytime, anywhere’

Katy Porter has a family and a full-time job to keep her busy, but she is still managing to work towards earning her bachelor’s degree in human services. Thanks to…

’10 date still set for train station

Although there have been some delays along the way, it appears a June 11, 2010 dedication date for the new train station still may be possible to meet. Pulaski Town…

Pulaski County FFA attends area rally

WYTHEVILLE – In mid-April, 16 Pulaski County FFA members competed at the Appalachian Area Rally in several Career Development Events. Career Development Events are competitions that are available to FFA…

11 confirmed cases of ‘swine flu’ in Va.

The number of confirmed cases in Virginia of the new influenza A (H1N1), also known as “swine flu.” is now 11, according to the Virginia Department of Health (VDH). The…

Virginia officially out of its drought

Virginia officially out of its droughtA wet first quarter of the year has officially removed Virginia from its lengthy drought. According to the U.S. Geological Survey Drought Watch map, updated…

NRCC and ODU work for students ‘anytime, anywhere’

Katy Porter has a family and a full-time job to keep her busy, but she is still managing to work towards earning her bachelor’s degree in human services. Thanks to…

Traffic stop nets one I-77 shooter

CALERA, Ala. – A traffic stop in Alabama Tuesday netted one of two brothers sought by Virginia State Police for allegedly shooting at tractor-trailers on Interstate 77 last month. Emilio…

NRV Competitiveness Center faces insolvency

Unless New River Valley Development Corporation receives enough moral obligations from its eight founding jurisdictions to back a $2.6 million refinancing loan, it could become insolvent by the end of…

Town sponsors 5K race to benefit PCHS Track and X-Country

The Town of Pulaski will sponsor a 5K Race along the New River Trail Saturday, June 6 to benefit the Pulaski County High School Cross Country and Track Team. The…