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Jobless rate improves in Pulaski, statewide

Although state and local unemployment figures showed slight improvements in July, the figures are most likely a product of the reference week in which they were compiled, a state employment…

Local artists needed for show

Local artists still have one week to gather their submissions for New River Art 2009, hosted this year at the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley. New River…

September is Library Card Sign-Up month

Today, Sept. 1, kicks off the first day of Library Card Sign-up Month 2009. Observed since 1987, Library Card Sign-up Month is a time when the American Library Association (ALA)…

Fields named admin of Pulaski Retirement

After several years of working in real estate, Joyce Fields was looking for a job that was “a little more steady.” Her grandmother was in a nursing home at the…

Police seek community help in solving double-homicide

MONTGOMERY COUNTY – Police are turning to the community in hopes of obtaining information that will help them solve last week’s murder of two Virginia Tech students. Montgomery County Sheriff’s…

Local artists needed for show

Local artists still have one week to gather their submissions for New River Art 2009, hosted this year at the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley. New River…

September is Library Card Sign-Up month

Today, Sept. 1, kicks off the first day of Library Card Sign-up Month 2009. Observed since 1987, Library Card Sign-up Month is a time when the American Library Association (ALA)…

Fields named admin of Pulaski Retirement

After several years of working in real estate, Joyce Fields was looking for a job that was “a little more steady.” Her grandmother was in a nursing home at the…

Police seek community help in solving double-homicide

MONTGOMERY COUNTY – Police are turning to the community in hopes of obtaining information that will help them solve last week’s murder of two Virginia Tech students. Montgomery County Sheriff’s…

$7.2M grant awarded for veteran’s cemetery

Congressman Rick Boucher announced Thursday that the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs is awarding more than $7.2 million in federal grant funds to Virginia for construction of the Southwest Virginia…