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Commission recommends rezoning be OK’d

PULASKI — The Pulaski Planning Commission is recommending a rezoning request along Route 11 be approved by the Pulaski Town Council. Evelyn H. English is seeking to have two lots…

Board honors service

FAIRLAWN — May was a rough month for Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority with the death of two members of its Board of Directors. Winston Thomas Snead, Pulaski County…

Schools closing early

PULASKI COUNTY — The heat wave that has struck the county will cut school days short for students within the Pulaski County school system. For the rest of this week,…

Red Hat Society Quilters help students v

DUBLIN — Sometimes the best hobbies are the ones that allow you to share with others. For Joyce Jones, Ann Quesenberry, Sandra Williams, Frances Parks and Patti Cronk, that hobby…

PCHS holds baccalaureate ceremony

DUBLIN — “People are often unreasonable, illogical and selfish. Forgive them anyway. If you’re kind, people may accuse you of selfish ulterior motives. Be kind anyway. If you’re successful, you…

Commission recommends rezoning be OK’d

PULASKI — The Pulaski Planning Commission is recommending a rezoning request along Route 11 be approved by the Pulaski Town Council. Evelyn H. English is seeking to have two lots…

Board honors service

FAIRLAWN — May was a rough month for Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority with the death of two members of its Board of Directors. Winston Thomas Snead, Pulaski County…

Schools closing early

PULASKI COUNTY — The heat wave that has struck the county will cut school days short for students within the Pulaski County school system. For the rest of this week,…

Master Chef closing

PULASKI — A piece of Pulaski’s history will close June 28 when Master Chef shuts its doors after 40 years in business. Kenneth and Sandy Wyatt, who have owned the…

Plant sulfate repairs nearly complete

FAIRLAWN — “We’re very close to wrapping up” repairs from sulfate damage at Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority, the authority’s executive director said last week. In an update of…