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Lawmakers denounce APCo rate hike

WYTHEVILLE – Virginia State Delegate Anne B. Crockett-Stark (R-Wythe) joined a bi-partisan coalition of 14 area state legislators to express concern over Appalachian Power’s proposed rate increase before the State…

East Side odor so bad it may be ‘becoming a health hazard’

The pastor of an area church says the sewer odor that keeps invading the east side of Pulaski is getting so bad that he fears it is “to the point…

Lawmakers denounce APCo rate hike

WYTHEVILLE – Virginia State Delegate Anne B. Crockett-Stark (R-Wythe) joined a bi-partisan coalition of 14 area state legislators to express concern over Appalachian Power’s proposed rate increase before the State…

Flea Market this weekend

Mark the annual Pulaski County Flea Market, sponsored by the Dublin Lions Club, on your agenda for this weekend. The flea market will be held Saturday, June 6 and Sunday,…

East Side odor so bad it may be ‘becoming a health hazard’

The pastor of an area church says the sewer odor that keeps invading the east side of Pulaski is getting so bad that he fears it is “to the point…

Town unveils five-year CIP

The Town of Pulaski Tuesday night unveiled its Five-Year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP), which includes more than $15 million in proposed projects. However, the fact a capital improvement appears on…

Flea Market this weekend

Mark the annual Pulaski County Flea Market, sponsored by the Dublin Lions Club, on your agenda for this weekend. The flea market will be held Saturday, June 6 and Sunday,…

PES taking their improv act on the road

Members of Pulaski Elementary School’s first improv company have taken their act on the road. By the end of this week, the group of about 20 third, fourth and fifth…

Town unveils five-year CIP

The Town of Pulaski Tuesday night unveiled its Five-Year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP), which includes more than $15 million in proposed projects. However, the fact a capital improvement appears on…

PES taking their improv act on the road

Members of Pulaski Elementary School’s first improv company have taken their act on the road. By the end of this week, the group of about 20 third, fourth and fifth…