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Oct. 6 is registration deadline

Those wishing to have a say in this year’s presidential election have until Monday, Oct. 6, to register to vote. Registration applications must either be in the Pulaski County Registrar’s…

All county schools now fully accredited

The week of Sept. 29 through Oct. 3 has been declared “SOL Appreciation Week” within Pulaski County Public Schools and with good reason. All nine schools in Pulaski County are…

Community meeting set Oct. 14

The Town of Pulaski’s Economic Development Committee will hold a community meeting in October to discuss a grant that will help assess the town’s brownfields. Brownfields are commercial facilities or…

Bond set for Dublin man accused of wounding child

Bond was set Thursday for a Dublin man accused of wounding a child in 2006. Eric Martin Kincer recently was indicted on charges of malicious wounding of a child more…

All county schools now fully accredited

The week of Sept. 29 through Oct. 3 has been declared “SOL Appreciation Week” within Pulaski County Public Schools and with good reason. All nine schools in Pulaski County are…

Bond set for Dublin man accused of wounding child

Bond was set Thursday for a Dublin man accused of wounding a child in 2006. Eric Martin Kincer recently was indicted on charges of malicious wounding of a child more…

Board seeks information on center

Can Pulaski County afford an indoor recreation center? That’s the question county officials hope to answer with a request for proposal (RFP) approved at Monday night’s meeting of the Pulaski…

8-year-old boy battles cancer

CHARLOTTE — One year ago, Jackson Martin, an eight-year-old boy with ties to Pulaski County, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Over the past year, Martin, who is now…

Board seeks information on center

Can Pulaski County afford an indoor recreation center? That’s the question county officials hope to answer with a request for proposal (RFP) approved at Monday night’s meeting of the Pulaski…

8-year-old boy battles cancer

CHARLOTTE — One year ago, Jackson Martin, an eight-year-old boy with ties to Pulaski County, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Over the past year, Martin, who is now…