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Celebrating VE Day

The Pulaski Southwest Times of May 7, 1945, had headlines two and a half inches high stating, “Nazis Surrender.” World War II in Europe came to an end for Germany…

Remembering the world war

With the war hopefully winding down in Iraq, and the various political candidates talking about bringing the troops home, I’m sure that many veterans of past wars think back to…

Remembering the world war

With the war hopefully winding down in Iraq, and the various political candidates talking about bringing the troops home, I’m sure that many veterans of past wars think back to…

1918 flu epidemic revisited

This is a continuation of a previous column concerning the flu epidemic of 1918 in Pulaski County: In a proclamation Pulaski’s Mayor Calfee wrote, “All of the people are hereby…

1918 flu epidemic revisited

This is a continuation of a previous column concerning the flu epidemic of 1918 in Pulaski County: In a proclamation Pulaski’s Mayor Calfee wrote, “All of the people are hereby…

Flu epidemic hit in 1918

In the fall of the year 1918, World War I was drawing to a close in Europe, and Pulaski County was hit by a tragedy that would take the lives…

Flu epidemic hit in 1918

In the fall of the year 1918, World War I was drawing to a close in Europe, and Pulaski County was hit by a tragedy that would take the lives…

More about Newbern fire

A faulty flue was believed to be the cause of the Newbern fire. The newspaper reported that the alarm was given at 6:05 p.m. and that the Pulaski Fire Company…

More about Newbern fire

A faulty flue was believed to be the cause of the Newbern fire. The newspaper reported that the alarm was given at 6:05 p.m. and that the Pulaski Fire Company…

Tragic events in Newbern

The village of Newbern was for many years plagued by fires, and except for the good work of dedicated fire companies, the village could have easily been destroyed. Until recent…