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Chamber enjoying big year

DUBLIN — This past January, Peggy White stepped into the role of executive director for the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce with experience under her belt and a mind full of…

Master Chef to reopen

PULASKI — A 40-year-old piece of Pulaski’s history has proven you can’t keep a good thing down. Master Chef is slated to reopen soon with “the same friendly faces” and…

Hill leaving Revenue office

PULASKI — For nearly 34 years, many citizens have insisted on dealing with Katherine Slaughter Hill when they visit the Commissioner of the Revenue’s office. But come this August, they’ll…

WPUV clock has returned to theatre

They say time has a way of changing things, but, gratefully, sometimes, it’s for the better. We recently had one thing happen to prove that. After 16 years, the WPUV…

Mariners continue streak, beat Mets 5-1

PULASKI – The Pulaski Mariners are so hot, not even Mother Nature can cool them off. The Mariners extended their win streak to nine straight Sunday night at Calfee Park,…

Mariners extend East lead

BLUEFIELD — The month of June must seem like a lifetime ago for the Pulaski Mariners. On June 30, the Mariners had just come off of a 6-4 loss to…

Pulaski dispute goes public

PULASKI — Bobby and Martha Jackson say they reluctantly agreed to participate in the Town of Pulaski’s upper-floor housing rehabilitation project in April 2005. Now, three years later, they insist…

WPUV clock returns to Pulaski Theatre

PULASKI — After 16 years, the WPUV clock is returning to the Pulaski Theatre where it once stayed for four decades. Today, it shares the story of its lifelong journey…

SALUTING PULASKI COUNTY’S VETERANS

(Editor’s note: This is part of a continuing series of stories spotlighting Pulaski County’s military veterans.) PULASKI COUNTY — “Dedicated to those who gave the last full measure and to…

And the story continues

This is a continuation of my last article about the old Savings and Loan Building that once sat on the southwest corner of Commerce and Valley streets. Mr. Mahaffey survived…