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Board unveils six-year secondary road plan

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing Monday night on the county’s Six-Year Secondary Road Improvement Plan, but no one from the public chose to speak. “I think…

Pulaski Co. Deputy Commissioner resigns

An employee of the Pulaski County Commissioner of the Revenue’s office resigned Friday, April 17 after being arrested on two counts of embezzlement involving a Draper church. According to Pulaski…

Firefighters control blaze

A fire that burned more than 400 acres at Hiwassee a week ago, rekindled Monday, but is not posing any new threat, according to Pulaski Fire Marshal Chip Hutchinson. He…

Domestic violence victims serve as reluctant witnesses

One man was acquitted and another was convicted in separate domestic violence cases in Pulaski County Circuit Court Thursday. In both cases, Judge Colin Gibb expressed concern that the women…

Board unveils six-year secondary road plan

Pulaski County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing Monday night on the county’s Six-Year Secondary Road Improvement Plan, but no one from the public chose to speak. “I think…

Kathy Mattea says be aware of your appetite for energy

PRINCETON, WV – Grammy-winning singer songwriter Kathy Mattea took a break from her busy schedule to meet with art patrons and reporters in Princeton, W. Va. on Friday to talk…

Appalachian program given reprieve by RU

RADFORD – An Appalachian Studies program that was recommended for elimination at Radford University has been given a reprieve. Provost Wil Stanton opted to give the three-year-old program until 2011…

Man arrested in connection to burglary

A 33-year-old Dublin man is being held in connection with an Odell Street residential burglary after police allegedly arrested him inside the Odell Street home Thursday. Edwin Heath Shomaker is…

Crisis at the Animal Shelter

With job losses forcing many people to give up their pets and “kitten season” kicking into full gear, there can be only one outcome – a crisis at Pulaski County…

PCHS students get a feel for the ‘real world’

Juniors from Pulaski County High School got a feel for the working world Thursday through job shadowing with the Youth Excel Program (YEP). The Chamber of Commerce introduced YEP last…