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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…

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…

Former AOA director will be sentenced

PULASKI — It’s been almost two years since a grand jury indicted Deborah Hughes Palmer for embezzling money from New River Valley Agency on Aging. Today, she is scheduled to…

Man wanted on charges here gets wake-up call in Tennessee

LAVERGNE, Tenn. — A man being sought on 17 charges in connection with the theft and use of a debit card in Pulaski County June 5 has been arrested in…

Former AOA director will be sentenced

PULASKI — It’s been almost two years since a grand jury indicted Deborah Hughes Palmer for embezzling money from New River Valley Agency on Aging. Today, she is scheduled to…

Man wanted on charges here gets wake-up call in Tennessee

LAVERGNE, Tenn. — A man being sought on 17 charges in connection with the theft and use of a debit card in Pulaski County June 5 has been arrested in…

Petition deadline nearing

PULASKI COUNTY — With less than a month to go before the deadline, the Ingles District has fewer than half the number of signatures required to get a liquor-by-the-drink referendum…

Water project could begin much sooner

DUBLIN — A decision by the Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Monday night could result in a 50 percent reduction in the county’s cost of upgrading the local water treatment…

Petition deadline nearing

PULASKI COUNTY — With less than a month to go before the deadline, the Ingles District has fewer than half the number of signatures required to get a liquor-by-the-drink referendum…

Water project could begin much sooner

DUBLIN — A decision by the Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Monday night could result in a 50 percent reduction in the county’s cost of upgrading the local water treatment…