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County concerned about bikers’ safety

PULASKI — Several serious bicycle crashes in the region during the past few months have prompted more awareness of the dangers bicyclists face on the road. The Town of Pulaski…

Teens seek support for mission trip Nicaragua

DUBLIN — Two Pulaski County teens are looking to raise money to pay for a mission trip to Nicaragua next month. Caitlin Worrel, 18, and Mandy Lester, 19, recently received…

Low-interest home loans available

PULASKI — Qualified citizens interested in buying a home in the Town of Pulaski while prices are down might want to consider applying for a low-interest SPARC loan. Barbie Tate,…

Trolley running times changed for Friday game

PULASKI — The Town of Pulaski has increased the amount of time its trolley will be operating Friday to take people from the Maple Shade Shopping Center to Calfee Park…

County concerned about bikers’ safety

PULASKI — Several serious bicycle crashes in the region during the past few months have prompted more awareness of the dangers bicyclists face on the road. The Town of Pulaski…

Teens seek support for mission trip Nicaragua

DUBLIN — Two Pulaski County teens are looking to raise money to pay for a mission trip to Nicaragua next month. Caitlin Worrel, 18, and Mandy Lester, 19, recently received…

Cox says good-bye to teaching

DUBLIN — “I’ve had two jobs my whole life,” said Mike Cox.  “I’ve farmed and I’ve taught school.” However, after 30 years of balancing those two jobs, Cox has decided…

Local laundry suffers damage

PULASKI — A fire at a downtown laundry Saturday resulted in about $25,000 in damage, including some smoke damage throughout the structure. Pulaski Fire Department Chief Bill Webb said the…

Pulaski Moose Lodge helps police help kids

PULASKI — When a child is caught up in a traumatic situation, sometimes calming them is as simple and giving them a toy. To assist area law enforcement officers with…

Cox says good-bye to teaching

DUBLIN — “I’ve had two jobs my whole life,” said Mike Cox.  “I’ve farmed and I’ve taught school.” However, after 30 years of balancing those two jobs, Cox has decided…