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Resident wants board meetings to be televised

Pulaski County government officials have been asked to look into having local government meetings televised live on area public access cable channels. Bill Benson, an area teacher and a member…

Hale named School Psychologist of Year

Steve Hale, of Pulaski County Public Schools, has been honored as School Psychologist of the Year by his peers of the Virginia Academy of School Psychologists (VASP). The award was…

Be watchful on Halloween

Friday is Halloween, and that means that the little ghosts and goblins will be out trick-or-treating. Since a lot of trick-or-treating takes place around dusk, we urge motorists to be…

Election information available

RICHMOND — Virginia residents needing last- minute information for voting in Tuesday’s general election can go to the State Board of Elections homepage online at www.sbe.virginia.gov for assistance. To make…

Interim rate hike goes into effect

Appalachian Power implemented an interim increase in the base rates for its Virginia retail customers on Tuesday. The revised rates are prorated and will apply to customer purchase of electricity…

Senate candidate visits Pulaski

In his final swing through the state prior to next Tuesday’s general election, U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gilmore visited Pulaski’s Republican Party headquarters yesterday to rally his supporters. “Polls say…

People here are hurting

There are people right here in Pulaski County who are hurting. Some have lost their jobs, others have had their hours cut back (meaning less take-home pay), and all have…

Interim rate hike goes into effect

Appalachian Power implemented an interim increase in the base rates for its Virginia retail customers on Tuesday. The revised rates are prorated and will apply to customer purchase of electricity…

Senate candidate visits Pulaski

In his final swing through the state prior to next Tuesday’s general election, U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gilmore visited Pulaski’s Republican Party headquarters yesterday to rally his supporters. “Polls say…

People here are hurting

There are people right here in Pulaski County who are hurting. Some have lost their jobs, others have had their hours cut back (meaning less take-home pay), and all have…