Duncan Suzuki

Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » Appearance » Widgets » and move Gabfire Widget: Social into that MastheadOverlay zone

Home » Archives by category » News (Page 655)

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…

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…

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…

Baccalaureate ceremony held for PCHS grads

Keeping faith in God and avoiding life’s temptations were messages imparted to members of Pulaski County High School’s graduating class Sunday. A capacity crowd of graduates and family members turned…

School Board is ‘Embracing Success’

The Pulaski County School Board recognized close to 30 individuals who have played a role in an initiative called "Embracing Success" through the special education departments and the Parent Resource…

Baccalaureate ceremony held for PCHS grads

Keeping faith in God and avoiding life’s temptations were messages imparted to members of Pulaski County High School’s graduating class Sunday. A capacity crowd of graduates and family members turned…

School Board is ‘Embracing Success’

The Pulaski County School Board recognized close to 30 individuals who have played a role in an initiative called "Embracing Success" through the special education departments and the Parent Resource…

Vacant home destroyed by fire

No one was injured, but a vacant home off Mt. Olivet Road in Pulaski was destroyed by fire Thursday night. Chip Hutchinson, fire marshal for Pulaski Fire Department, said the…

Way cleared for company to move into Heck’s building

Pulaski planners and councilmen cleared the way Tuesday night for a Dublin company to move into a portion of the former Heck’s department store building off East Main Street. Technical…

S. Washington mural ribbon

Despite delays due to spring rains, area high school students are nearing completion on a mural off South Washington Avenue in Pulaski. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Tuesday,…