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Grants coordinator to be hired

PULASKI COUNTY — To help the county latch on to some state and federal grant money, the Pulaski County Board of Supervisors voted last night to hire a part-time grants…

MARINERS GAME CANCELLED TONIGHT 8-27

The Appalachian League playoff game between the Pulaski Mariners and Elizabethton that was scheduled for tonight, August 27, has been cancelled due to rain. The Appalachian League playoff game between…

Dublin feels the pressure from project

DUBLIN — Up until this past year, there were 20 streets in the Town of Dublin lacking fire hydrants, and on some of the streets that did have hydrants, they…

Downtown block party set Sept. 1

PULASKI — Summer may be coming to an end soon, but area residents still have at least one more opportunity to put on their Shagging shoes The Pulaski Theatre and…

Dublin feels the pressure from project

DUBLIN — Up until this past year, there were 20 streets in the Town of Dublin lacking fire hydrants, and on some of the streets that did have hydrants, they…

Downtown block party set Sept. 1

PULASKI — Summer may be coming to an end soon, but area residents still have at least one more opportunity to put on their Shagging shoes The Pulaski Theatre and…

Murder case certified to grand jury

PULASKI COUNTY — A preliminary hearing was held in Pulaski County General District Court this past week on the first-degree murder charge against Richard Forest Mabry, who is alleged to…

Murder case certified to grand jury

PULASKI COUNTY — A preliminary hearing was held in Pulaski County General District Court this past week on the first-degree murder charge against Richard Forest Mabry, who is alleged to…

Funeral set for soldier killed in Iraq

CHRISTIANSBURG — A local fallen soldier will be laid to rest next Tuesday. Sgt. Kenneth B. Gibson, 25, of Christiansburg, died Sunday, Aug. 10, in Tarmiyah, Iraq, when an improvised…

Ex-AOA director will serve two years in prison

PULASKI — The former director of the New River Valley Agency on Aging was taken into custody Wednesday to begin serving two years of a 20-year sentence. Deborah Hughes Palmer…