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APCo prepares for heavy rain

In anticipation of heavy rain expected to move into Southwest Virginia today, Appalachian Power Co. started releasing water from its reservoirs Tuesday. According to John Shepelwich, manager of corporate communications…

Orthopedic surgeon joins hospital

Dr. Alice R. Coyle joined the staff of LewisGale Hospital – Pulaski in December, providing a second surgeon in the orthopedic surgery department. Coyle specializes in general orthopedics and reconstructive…

Father, son survive fishing accident

A Pulaski father and son were recently hospitalized while fishing on Lake Norman in Mooresville, N.C. The pair was taken to Lake Norman Regional Medical Center to be treated for…

APCo prepares for heavy rain

In anticipation of heavy rain expected to move into Southwest Virginia today, Appalachian Power Co. started releasing water from its reservoirs Tuesday. According to John Shepelwich, manager of corporate communications…

Court denies Kanode appeal

The Virginia Court of Appeals has denied a Dublin man’s attempt to have his convictions overturned in connection with the 2008 murder of Dawn Meredith Wright. A jury convicted French…

Orthopedic surgeon joins hospital

Dr. Alice R. Coyle joined the staff of LewisGale Hospital – Pulaski in December, providing a second surgeon in the orthopedic surgery department. Coyle specializes in general orthopedics and reconstructive…

Schools to release June 3

With winter technically over but a possibility of snow around the corner, a major concern of the Pulaski County School Board has been when the term will officially end. Through…

Avoiding tax hike is County’s goal

Presenting a draft $78.4 million 2011-12 Fiscal Year Budget for the first time Monday night, Pulaski County Administrator Peter Huber said the goal is to build a budget that will…

Funds still need answers

A major concern of the Pulaski County School Board in regards to the 2011-2012 budget has been the logistics of the Education Jobs Funds Bill. Though more information was acquired,…

Second fire claims home

A Pulaski residence that was damaged by fire last week was destroyed by a second blaze early this morning. Pulaski Fire Marshal Todd Garwood would not call this morning’s fire…