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Enjoying the good life in Pulaski County

As I adapt to life in Pulaski County, I’ve made it a point to attend area events, from the fair to a Mariners game and chamber after hours to weekly…

“Moonshine Heyday”

Looking Back with Mathews, originally printed July 13, 1977   The hills around Pulaski have always afforded good watersheds for fresh water, but water is not the only liquid refreshment…

Bits from Brenda

Good morning, Pulaski County. About two weeks ago today, I pulled into the driveway of my new residence in Pulaski after a long, 16-hour drive from Oklahoma that took two…

I’m just showing my age

I realize I’m going to be showing my age with this week’s topic, but I just have to share my opinion. Every generation makes some “fashion” statement that irks their…

Change Not Names Only

Looking Back with Mathews, printed June 13, 1977   The distinguished group of Town Councilmen made their way to their super-stuffed chairs with the air of Supreme Court Justices, and…

Policeman’s role changed

Looking Back with Mathews, originally printed May 23, 1977   There is a great deal of discussion these days about the quality and efficiency of the local police department. Pulaski’s…

Saying goodbye too soon

By SARAH BRADBURY                                         How do you say goodbye to someone you…

A dedication to someone I only knew for 30 minutes

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   You never really know whom you’re going to meet on a day-to-day basis. One week ago, I was thrown head first into an assignment, without…

Open Forum

It’s time that Pulaski town citizens are asked to vote for candidates who request votes to give them the opportunity to continue to “serve” the citizens of Pulaski or to…

Waffling around

By SHANNON WATKINS shannon@southwesttimes.com   There are dark episodes in human history which we seldom speak of. Some involve terrible accidents. Some involve wars or plagues. Some were entirely manmade…