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U.S. Census Bureau preparing for ’10 Census

The U.S. Census Bureau is gearing up for the 2010 Census. In March 2010, the Census Bureau will mail or deliver questionnaires to households across the country. The questionnaire will…

Democratic Primary Tuesday

Pulaski County and Virginia Democrats will have the chance to head to the polls Tuesday to settle once and for all who will be victorious in the tightly knit race…

Vacant home destroyed by fire

No one was injured, but a vacant home off Mt. Olivet Road in Pulaski was destroyed by fire Thursday night. Chip Hutchinson, fire marshal for Pulaski Fire Department, said the…

Claytor Lake Festival promises to be the best yet

The 12th Annual Claytor Lake Festival on Saturday, June 13, from 7 a.m. to dusk, promises to be the best one yet. The festival committee has planned a wonderful day…

Flooding in Downtown Pulaski

Heavy rain caused flooding across much of the Town of Pulaski Wednesday evening, temporarily closing a number of roads, downing trees, and leaving some businesses with damage or cleanup. Greg…

First Virginia death associated with ‘swine flu’ reported

RICHMOND — The first death in Virginia associated with the new influenza A (H1N1) virus, also called swine flu, was announced today by State Health Commissioner Karen Remley, M.D., MBA.…

Atwood named ‘Teacher of the Year’

The Pulaski County School Board recognized the "Teacher of the Year" for the 2008-09 school year during their meeting Monday. William "Bill" Atwood, a civics teacher at Pulaski Middle School,…

Pulaski Theatre presents The Domino Band

Domino is about the music. Plain and simple. Classic Soul, R&B, and Funk that moves your feet and your soul. Domino is a high-energy horn band based in Roanoke, Virginia.…

Flooding in Downtown Pulaski

Heavy rain caused flooding across much of the Town of Pulaski Wednesday evening, temporarily closing a number of roads, downing trees, and leaving some businesses with damage or cleanup. Greg…

First Virginia death associated with ‘swine flu’ reported

RICHMOND — The first death in Virginia associated with the new influenza A (H1N1) virus, also called swine flu, was announced today by State Health Commissioner Karen Remley, M.D., MBA.…