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Investigation of home fire continuing

Fire officials are continuing an investigation into a blaze that gutted a mobile home Monday morning. Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb said the mobile home was a total loss, with…

Christmas Store deadline Thursday

The Pulaski County Christmas Store will be holding their final sign-up event on Thursday, Oct. 16. The event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at Central Gym in…

Pulaski man was finalist in Spirit of Service Awards

Pulaski resident Archie Booth was a Senior Corps finalist in the 2008 Spirit of Service Awards sponsored by the Corporation for National and Community Service. A member of Pulaski County…

Investigation of home fire continuing

Fire officials are continuing an investigation into a blaze that gutted a mobile home Monday morning. Pulaski Fire Chief Bill Webb said the mobile home was a total loss, with…

Public hearings on PC planners’ agenda

Public hearings on a proposed salvage yard and the commercial rezoning of some residential property are among items to go before Pulaski County Planning Commission Tuesday night. The meeting gets…

Dublin infant recovering from ‘rare’ serious illness

He’s only eight months old, but Malakhi Burton has already been through more in his short life, than some people endure in a lifetime. At his young age, Malakhi has…

Critzer holds farmer’s market

Students at Critzer Elementary had their pick of fresh produce, from corn to cucumbers, plums to peaches, at a school-wide farmer’s market on Friday afternoon. Two local vendors, including Scott…

Public hearings on PC planners’ agenda

Public hearings on a proposed salvage yard and the commercial rezoning of some residential property are among items to go before Pulaski County Planning Commission Tuesday night. The meeting gets…

Dublin infant recovering from ‘rare’ serious illness

He’s only eight months old, but Malakhi Burton has already been through more in his short life, than some people endure in a lifetime. At his young age, Malakhi has…

Critzer holds farmer’s market

Students at Critzer Elementary had their pick of fresh produce, from corn to cucumbers, plums to peaches, at a school-wide farmer’s market on Friday afternoon. Two local vendors, including Scott…