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Pulaski County fire and rescue receive extrication training

Pulaski County area fire and rescue personnel got to hone up their skills Saturday when Dublin Fire Department hosted an eight-hour vehicle extrication class. A total of 38 firefighters from…

Public hearings on Board agenda

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors has nine public hearings on its agenda for next Monday’s meeting, including the proposed move of the New River Voting Precinct to the new Riverlawn…

Pulaski says goodbye to a hero

Pulaski County lost one of its greatest heroes this past Friday, with the death of Julius Woolen Long, Jr. Long, 65, of Pulaski, was the longest held prisoner of war…

Dublin FD responds to equipment fire

A piece of farming equipment was damaged last week when some bales of hay caught fire in a field. According to Brad Wright, Dublin Fire Department’s public information officer, the…

Pulaski County fire and rescue receive extrication training

Pulaski County area fire and rescue personnel got to hone up their skills Saturday when Dublin Fire Department hosted an eight-hour vehicle extrication class. A total of 38 firefighters from…

The man behind the curtain

Thomas C. "Bud" Walsh has a lot to be proud of. For starters, he serves as current president of the New River Valley Fair, which, for the past 56 years,…

Number of employed decreases in Virginia

Virginia’s nonagricultural employment level has decreased 2.6 percent from May 2008 to May 2009. The May 2008 nonagricultural employment level was 3,787,700, while the May 2009 level was 3,687,700, according…

Revisions to ordinances on Council agenda

Possible revisions to several town ordinances are among items on the agenda for Tuesday afternoon’s Pulaski Town Council work session. The council will discuss three town ordinances dictating how the…

The man behind the curtain

Thomas C. "Bud" Walsh has a lot to be proud of. For starters, he serves as current president of the New River Valley Fair, which, for the past 56 years,…

Number of employed decreases in Virginia

Virginia’s nonagricultural employment level has decreased 2.6 percent from May 2008 to May 2009. The May 2008 nonagricultural employment level was 3,787,700, while the May 2009 level was 3,687,700, according…