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First case of swine flu in New River Valley documented

The New River Valley’s first case of the swine flu (H1N1) virus was recorded Wednesday, just one day before the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a swine flu pandemic. Robert…

Over $2 million in scholarships awarded to Pulaski Co. seniors

Scholarships awarded to seniors in Pulaski County High School’s class of 2009 were announced Tuesday during a Senior Awards Assembly, held in the school’s gymnasium. The total scholarship monies awarded…

Pulaski County High School honors graduates

"I see so much hope sitting out here in front of me," said Sharon Owens, Pulaski County High School teacher and senior class sponsor. Owens made this statement as she…

Two seniors chosen as commencement speakers

Two Pulaski County High School seniors were chosen by their peers and school faculty to serve as speakers during the 2009 commencement ceremony. The two speakers selected were Emily Marie…

First case of swine flu in New River Valley documented

The New River Valley’s first case of the swine flu (H1N1) virus was recorded Wednesday, just one day before the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a swine flu pandemic. Robert…

Deeds runs away with Democratic nomination

Pre-primary polls had the three Democratic candidates for governor running neck and neck, but State Sen. R. Creigh Deeds easily walked away with the nomination Tuesday, both statewide and in…

PFD mourns the loss of Reed

Pulaski Fire Department is mourning the loss of one of their own after 39-year-old firefighter Jeffrey Houston Reed died Monday in University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville. According to a…

Opposition mounts to AEP rate increase

CHRISTIANSBURG – Delegate Dave Nutter joined a bi-partisan coalition of fourteen area state legislators who have publicly requested American Electric Power drop their proposed rate increase due to difficult economic…

PCHS students receive praise for mural

A group of Pulaski County High School art students received praise Tuesday for the mural they painted on a South Washington Avenue wall in Pulaski. “You have taken an eyesore…

Deeds runs away with Democratic nomination

Pre-primary polls had the three Democratic candidates for governor running neck and neck, but State Sen. R. Creigh Deeds easily walked away with the nomination Tuesday, both statewide and in…