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Appalachian program given reprieve by RU

RADFORD – An Appalachian Studies program that was recommended for elimination at Radford University has been given a reprieve. Provost Wil Stanton opted to give the three-year-old program until 2011…

Man arrested in connection to burglary

A 33-year-old Dublin man is being held in connection with an Odell Street residential burglary after police allegedly arrested him inside the Odell Street home Thursday. Edwin Heath Shomaker is…

Woolwine ‘in denial’ about past drug use

A Pulaski man who pleded guilty to twice selling morphine to a police informant last June says he now realizes what drugs are doing to his life. “I’ve been in…

Pulaski Farmers and Flea Markets begin May 3

The annual Pulaski Farmers Market and Pulaski Flea Market, sponsored by Greater Pulaski Alliance, will begin May 2 and run through Oct. 3. The farmers market, which used to be…

Traffic light to take 10 days

Motorists are going to have to wait a little longer before the traffic light at the Main Street and Washington Avenue intersection is back in operation. Pulaski Engineering Technician Chase…

New plane restrictions at Loving Field

Radio-controlled airplanes will still be able to fly at Loving Field, but the louder, non-electric, models will be restricted to Tuesdays and Saturdays. Pulaski Town Council approved the restrictions, but…

Play to run tonight and Friday at the Little Theatre

Tonight and Friday night, the PCHS Players will present their latest theatrical producation, Stephen Sondheim’s "Into the Woods." Both performances are set for 7 p.m. in the Pulaski County High…

Trinity Baptist Church receives a makeover

Trinity Baptist Church has taken on a new look thanks to a dedicated member and her late husband. Gladys Livingston explained that she wanted to leave something behind that would…

Woolwine ‘in denial’ about past drug use

A Pulaski man who pleded guilty to twice selling morphine to a police informant last June says he now realizes what drugs are doing to his life. “I’ve been in…

Pulaski Farmers and Flea Markets begin May 3

The annual Pulaski Farmers Market and Pulaski Flea Market, sponsored by Greater Pulaski Alliance, will begin May 2 and run through Oct. 3. The farmers market, which used to be…