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Burchett, Hudson named interim directors

Library patrons can expect to see two new faces at the Pulaski Library. Nancy Burchett and Nancy Hudson are currently serving as interim library directors for the Pulaski County Library…

Pulaski seeking volunteer

The Town of Pulaski is looking for someone to represent the town on the board of the New River Valley Planning District Commission through the end of June. The board…

Celebrate King’s legacy

Next Monday, Jan.19, is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. It is a national and state holiday in Virginia, and some lucky employees will have that day off work. King dedicated…

Library has tax forms

Well, by now, you’ve probably received your federal and state income tax booklets through the mail. If you haven’t gotten one, or if you received one that does not suit…

Governor: State faces hard times

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Timothy M. Kaine delivered the most somber assessment of the state’s condition of his term Wednesday, acknowledging tough times ahead. The 30-minute address was devoid…

Burchett, Hudson named interim directors

Library patrons can expect to see two new faces at the Pulaski Library. Nancy Burchett and Nancy Hudson are currently serving as interim library directors for the Pulaski County Library…

Pulaski seeking volunteer

The Town of Pulaski is looking for someone to represent the town on the board of the New River Valley Planning District Commission through the end of June. The board…

Dublin Council to meet

The Dublin Town Council has a short agenda planned for its monthly meeting, which is scheduled for Thursday night. One old item of business on the council’s agenda is to…

Teacher among elite group

A Pulaski County High School teacher is among an elite group. Erin Wigginton, a social studies teacher at PCHS, has been nominated for the McGlothlin Award for Teaching Excellence. Two…

General Assembly convenes

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — With the General Assembly agonizing over a $3 billion budget hole and the prospect of pruning basic human services to help fill it, lobbyists and lawmakers…