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Golf tournament on tap at Thornspring Golf Course

A golf tournament is on tap for next weekend to benefit The Rock Youth Center of Pulaski and Pulaski Church of God Care Givers. The tournament will be held Saturday,…

DUI wreck seriously injures two women

A car wreck on Farris Mines Road in the Hiwassee section of Pulaski County Friday night seriously injured two women and left the car’s driver charged with intoxicated driving and…

Fire heavily damages Pulaski home

A kitchen fire apparently sparked a fire that heavily damaged a Pulaski residence late Saturday. Pulaski Fire Marshal Chip Hutchinson said fire was coming out of the windows and roof…

Six of nine Pulaski schools meet goals

During the 2008-09 school year, six of the Pulaski County school division’s nine schools met AYP (adequate yearly progress) goals. AYP is a calculation made yearly based on No Child…

Supreme Court ruling strains lab techs

A June ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court has Virginia prosecutors and legislators scrambling to figure out a way to deal with potential repercussions of the decision. On June 25,…

Employment jumps from May to June

Job growth in the Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford metropolitan area is down 1.5 percent, according to the Virginia Employment Commission’s monthly nonfarm employment report for June 2009. The goods-producing sector, which includes mining,…

Fate smiles upon Pulaski

It’s not often everything falls into place when a project is undertaken, but it appears as though fate is smiling upon plans to upgrade the southeast section of Pulaski. If…

Six of nine Pulaski schools meet goals

During the 2008-09 school year, six of the Pulaski County school division’s nine schools met AYP (adequate yearly progress) goals. AYP is a calculation made yearly based on No Child…

Supreme Court ruling strains lab techs

A June ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court has Virginia prosecutors and legislators scrambling to figure out a way to deal with potential repercussions of the decision. On June 25,…

Employment jumps from May to June

Job growth in the Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford metropolitan area is down 1.5 percent, according to the Virginia Employment Commission’s monthly nonfarm employment report for June 2009. The goods-producing sector, which includes mining,…