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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 rejects fees

The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors last night rejected a proposed new policy that would have allowed the county to pay civic organization membership fees for the supervisors and county…

Vets’ cemetery plan moves forward closer to reality

Military veterans from across southwest Virginia paid a visit to Dublin on Monday morning to witness a monumental land transfer between the U.S. Army and the Commonwealth of Virginia As…

Board rejects fees

The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors last night rejected a proposed new policy that would have allowed the county to pay civic organization membership fees for the supervisors and county…

Vets’ cemetery plan moves forward closer to reality

Military veterans from across southwest Virginia paid a visit to Dublin on Monday morning to witness a monumental land transfer between the U.S. Army and the Commonwealth of Virginia As…

County may pay civic fees

In an effort to heighten community relations, Pulaski County is considering a new policy that will pay civic organization membership costs for county supervisors and department heads. The policy is…

County native to appear on ‘Today Show’

A local face will grace television screens across the country on Wednesday morning. An interview between Savanna Rutherford, a Dublin native and senior at the University of Virginia, and Luke…

County may pay civic fees

In an effort to heighten community relations, Pulaski County is considering a new policy that will pay civic organization membership costs for county supervisors and department heads. The policy is…

County native to appear on ‘Today Show’

A local face will grace television screens across the country on Wednesday morning. An interview between Savanna Rutherford, a Dublin native and senior at the University of Virginia, and Luke…

Pulaski native in critical condition

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A Pulaski County native is in critical condition in a North Carolina hospital after being involved in what police are calling an “affray” in Wilkesboro, N.C. Bob…