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Schools reach another level of success

Last week, the Virginia Board of Education honored the Pulaski County Public School system for reaching another level of success. The Pulaski County Public School division, along with school divisions…

PCPC elects officers

Pulaski Community Partners Coalition (PCPC) has elected a new slate of officers for 2009. The board is made up of seven adults and two youth. Adult officers are Dr. Bridget…

Budget appeals tough

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Monday’s appeals to the Virginia Legislature for more state funding were harder than any Del. Clarence H. ‘‘Bud’’ Phillips has endured in his 20 sessions because…

King recalled on ‘Day of Service’

For the first time since Congress initiated the “King Day of Service” in 1994, volunteers from Pulaski County dedicated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to community service. “King Day of…

PCPC elects officers

Pulaski Community Partners Coalition (PCPC) has elected a new slate of officers for 2009. The board is made up of seven adults and two youth. Adult officers are Dr. Bridget…

Budget appeals tough

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Monday’s appeals to the Virginia Legislature for more state funding were harder than any Del. Clarence H. ‘‘Bud’’ Phillips has endured in his 20 sessions because…

King recalled on ‘Day of Service’

For the first time since Congress initiated the “King Day of Service” in 1994, volunteers from Pulaski County dedicated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to community service. “King Day of…

Cold leads to fires in Pulaski

Friday’s cold temperatures led to two fires that damaged Pulaski homes. Pulaski Fire Department Assistant Chief Jimmy Ward said 21 members of the department responded to both fires. The first…

Inauguration Bound

On Tuesday, Jan. 20, Barack Obama will be sworn in as the 44th president of the United States. Citizens from across the country will flock to Washington D.C. on Tuesday…

PCHS grad to serve as interpreter again

On April 17, 2007, the day after the tragic shooting at Virginia Tech, Jerome Thomas, a native of Pulaski County, served as an interpreter for the deaf when President George…