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The story of Pulaski Newspapers

Since newspapers have been the big topic of conversation throughout Pulaski County for the past couple of weeks, I thought this week I would look back on Pulaski County papers…

The story of Pulaski Newspapers

Since newspapers have been the big topic of conversation throughout Pulaski County for the past couple of weeks, I thought this week I would look back on Pulaski County papers…

Calm down, Coach

Well, here it is March again, and the big march to the “Final Four” is just ahead. Locally there seems to be a lot of anxiety about whether Virginia Tech…

Calm down, Coach

Well, here it is March again, and the big march to the “Final Four” is just ahead. Locally there seems to be a lot of anxiety about whether Virginia Tech…

Battle for Iwo Jima

Every year at about this time, my thoughts go back to February of 1945, because it was on Monday, Feb. 19, 1945 that U. S. Marines were successful in establishing…

Battle for Iwo Jima

Every year at about this time, my thoughts go back to February of 1945, because it was on Monday, Feb. 19, 1945 that U. S. Marines were successful in establishing…

The third John Floyd

Doctor John Floyd died in 1837 at the young age of 54, while visiting Sweet Springs health spa in what is now the state of West Virginia. Like his father,…

The third John Floyd

Doctor John Floyd died in 1837 at the young age of 54, while visiting Sweet Springs health spa in what is now the state of West Virginia. Like his father,…

The second John Floyd

Last week I wrote about the first John Floyd  who was a surveyor for Colonel William Preston, of Smithfield Plantation, now Blacksburg, and walked through the pages of Southwest Virginia…

The second John Floyd

Last week I wrote about the first John Floyd  who was a surveyor for Colonel William Preston, of Smithfield Plantation, now Blacksburg, and walked through the pages of Southwest Virginia…