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Continuing the story of Pulaski Waterworks

Between the years 1907 and 1910, there was much discussion about the area of Hogan’s Branch as the town fathers’ choice as a site for a permanent site for Pulaski’s…

Continuing the story of Pulaski’s water supply

In the year 1907, Town of Pulaski citizens were beginning to panic over the question of a water supply. Springs had proven unsuccessful, and drilled wells condemned as being impure.…

Continuing the story of Pulaski’s water supply

In the year 1907, Town of Pulaski citizens were beginning to panic over the question of a water supply. Springs had proven unsuccessful, and drilled wells condemned as being impure.…

Pulaski Waterworks

We continue the story of the history of the Town of Pulaski Waterworks. Last week I mentioned several springs that provided water for the village of Martin’s Tank and early…

Pulaski Waterworks

We continue the story of the history of the Town of Pulaski Waterworks. Last week I mentioned several springs that provided water for the village of Martin’s Tank and early…

Pulaski waterworks

“Water, water, everywhere, but not a drop to drink.” That’s the way it was at the time the village of Martin’s Tank was being established along the railroad tracks through…

Pulaski waterworks

“Water, water, everywhere, but not a drop to drink.” That’s the way it was at the time the village of Martin’s Tank was being established along the railroad tracks through…

No freebies

The American people have always been big fans of what I call “the freebie.” I mean the idea of getting something for nothing. I can remember a time way back…

No freebies

The American people have always been big fans of what I call “the freebie.” I mean the idea of getting something for nothing. I can remember a time way back…

Weather predictions

Until comparatively recent times mountain people, because of bad roads, poor means of communication, and steep rough mountain terrain, were somewhat isolated from the rest of the world. And they…