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SHARE food packages offer wide variety

PULASKI COUNTY — SHARE (Self Help and Resource Exchange) is a nonprofit volunteer service and food distribution program that helps people at all income levels stretch their food dollars. Each…

Support for military

A staunch supporter of the nation’s military, Aaron Tippin shakes the hands of Marines invited on stage during the country music singer’s concert at the New River Valley Fair Wednesday…

SHARE food packages offer wide variety

PULASKI COUNTY — SHARE (Self Help and Resource Exchange) is a nonprofit volunteer service and food distribution program that helps people at all income levels stretch their food dollars. Each…

Assistant superintendent has been chosen

PULASKI COUNTY — The Pulaski County Public School system has chosen a new individual to take on the role of assistant superintendent for administration. Dr. Thomas Brewster, who has served…

Supervisors will make decision on SPARC funds

PULASKI COUNTY — The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will decide Monday night whether to accept an agreement for $1 million in funding to cover another year of low-interest loans…

Assistant superintendent has been chosen

PULASKI COUNTY — The Pulaski County Public School system has chosen a new individual to take on the role of assistant superintendent for administration. Dr. Thomas Brewster, who has served…

Veterans Committee involved in D-Day Memorial project

DUBLIN — The UAW veterans from Local 2069 in Dublin have begun a project with the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford. Mark Peterson, committee chairman, said the Veterans Committee of…

Supervisors will make decision on SPARC funds

PULASKI COUNTY — The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will decide Monday night whether to accept an agreement for $1 million in funding to cover another year of low-interest loans…

Barricaded suspect surrenders

PULASKI — There is reason to believe that a breaking-and-entering suspect taken into custody yesterday may have been involved in an incident involving discharging a firearm on Monday night as…

NRV Fair continues

The 2008 New River Valley Fair continued yesterday as gates opened at 2 p.m. for “Family Day.” ” A young boy (left) enjoyed a pony ride, while another (above) cruised…