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Town considers Urban Archery Season

PULASKI — With populations exploding across Virginia, towns are becoming as vulnerable as any rural setting to damage caused by deer. Pulaski is no exception. That is why the town…

Run for the Fallen passes through county

PULASKI COUNTY — Participants in the “Run for the Fallen,” a cross-country event to honor American service members who lost their lives while serving in Iraq, passed through Pulaski County…

Curfew ordinance questioned

PULASKI — New Pulaski Town Councilman Morgan Welker would like to see the town repeal, or at least amend, an ordinance requiring youth under 18 to be off town streets…

Soldier killed in Iraq

CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. (AP) — A Virginia soldier has died while fighting in Iraq. The Department of Defense says 25-year-old Sgt. Kenneth B. Gibson of Christiansburg died Monday in Tarmiyah, Iraq,…

Run for the Fallen scheduled to pass through county

PULASKI COUNTY — A team of runners, inspired by the sacrifice of military friends and family whose lives were lost in Iraq, were scheduled to pass through Pulaski County today…

Curfew ordinance questioned

PULASKI — New Pulaski Town Councilman Morgan Welker would like to see the town repeal, or at least amend, an ordinance requiring youth under 18 to be off town streets…

Run for the Fallen scheduled to pass through county

PULASKI COUNTY — A team of runners, inspired by the sacrifice of military friends and family whose lives were lost in Iraq, were scheduled to pass through Pulaski County today…

Soldier killed in Iraq

CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. (AP) — A Virginia soldier has died while fighting in Iraq. The Department of Defense says 25-year-old Sgt. Kenneth B. Gibson of Christiansburg died Monday in Tarmiyah, Iraq,…

Beach-themed block party to benefit Pulaski Theatre effort

PULASKI — Friends of Pulaski Theatre and the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley will host a beach-themed block party fundraiser in downtown Pulaski on Labor Day, Sept.…

Peppers Ferry sulfate project nearly finished

FAIRLAWN — After several years of disagreements over financial responsibility for sulfate damages at Peppers Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority, the issue will soon officially be put to rest. Executive…