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Sheriff’s Office putting old cell phones to good use

Think twice before throwing that old cell phone in the trash because it could be a lifesaver for someone else. According to Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis, what may be…

Final sulfate repair tally $1.2 million

The final tally is in, and the Town of Pulaski ended up paying $1.2 million or just under 62 percent of the total cost to repair sulfate damages at Peppers…

Giving boys, girls place to have fun

The New River Valley Youth Center seems to be working out well. The center is providing our youngsters with a safe place to go to have some fun and to…

Witnessing history in the making

The Democratic Party held its national convention in Denver and the Republican Party held its convention in Minneapolis-St. Paul, and both events are now history. The Democrats nominated Barack Obama…

Witnessing history in the making

The Democratic Party held its national convention in Denver and the Republican Party held its convention in Minneapolis-St. Paul, and both events are now history. The Democrats nominated Barack Obama…

Director may rethink requests

The director of the New River Valley Youth Center recently made several requests to the Pulaski Town Council but then withdrew them upon learning that acceptance could open the center…

Town invites residents on fall foliage tour

Since purchasing a trolley from Staunton earlier this year, the Town of Pulaski has found a variety of ways to put it to use. It has transported citizens to baseball…

Director may rethink requests

The director of the New River Valley Youth Center recently made several requests to the Pulaski Town Council but then withdrew them upon learning that acceptance could open the center…

Town invites residents on fall foliage tour

Since purchasing a trolley from Staunton earlier this year, the Town of Pulaski has found a variety of ways to put it to use. It has transported citizens to baseball…

Mariners hit a home run!

The Pulaski Mariner’s organization hit one out of the park Thursday as Tom Compton, president of Pulaski Baseball, Inc., announced that the Pulaski Mariners are here to stay, at least…