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Director may rethink requests

The director of the New River Valley Youth Center recently made several requests to the Pulaski Town Council but then withdrew them upon learning that acceptance could open the center…

Town invites residents on fall foliage tour

Since purchasing a trolley from Staunton earlier this year, the Town of Pulaski has found a variety of ways to put it to use. It has transported citizens to baseball…

Schools meet goals

By JENA HARDY Staff Writer The Pulaski County Public School division met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) goals for the first time this year. “This is good news. We are very,…

County offers helping hand to Pulaski

With the Town of Pulaski on the verge of losing grant money for construction of a new Raymond F. Ratcliffe Museum, Pulaski County wants to know what it can do…

Mariners will be back next year

“It’s hard to keep a secret,” said Tom Compton, president of Pulaski Baseball, Inc. That’s why he announced that the Pulaski Mariners are here to stay, at least for the…

Goose season opens

Residents living along the New River may be noticing gunfire in the area this month, but officials advise the shots are probably the result of the September resident Canada goose…

Mariners will be back next year

“It’s hard to keep a secret,” said Tom Compton, president of Pulaski Baseball, Inc. That’s why he announced that the Pulaski Mariners are here to stay, at least for the…

Schools meet goals

By JENA HARDY Staff Writer The Pulaski County Public School division met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) goals for the first time this year. “This is good news. We are very,…

Goose season opens

Residents living along the New River may be noticing gunfire in the area this month, but officials advise the shots are probably the result of the September resident Canada goose…

County offers helping hand to Pulaski

With the Town of Pulaski on the verge of losing grant money for construction of a new Raymond F. Ratcliffe Museum, Pulaski County wants to know what it can do…