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Maximum sentence given for exposure

A judge imposed the maximum sentence in an indecent exposure case Friday, saying all other options have failed so all that is left for the court to do is protect…

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…

Maximum sentence given for exposure

A judge imposed the maximum sentence in an indecent exposure case Friday, saying all other options have failed so all that is left for the court to do is protect…

Budget looks positive for southwest Va.

The Pulaski County Pulaski School Board meeting hosted a special guest as members worked to sort out the upcoming budget. To sum up the meetings theme using the words of…

Use caution when buying magazines

Pulaski Police Department has issued a warning to the public about a possible scam involving door-to-door magazine sales. Crime Prevention Officer Megan Jennings said the town has received numerous complaints…

NRV sees norovirus outbreak

The New River Valley is facing its worst outbreak of norovirus cases in nearly four years, it has been reported. However, Bobby Parker, spokesman for the New River District of…

Griffith hears local concerns

Newly-elected 9th District Cong. Morgan Griffith (R-Salem) stopped by Pulaski Municipal Building Friday to discuss local concerns with the town council and staff and a few citizens who dropped in.…

Pulaski Fresh moves into second year

Growing local foods is a vital part of any area’s economy, and Pulaski Fresh Farm-to-Table was started to help Pulaski County do just that. The organization celebrated its one year…