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Va.-grown tomatoes still on store shelves

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia-grown tomatoes are still on the vine, and are not among fresh tomatoes being pulled from grocery shelves and restaurant menus because of a salmonella scare.…

Using skills to help others

Joyce Jones, Ann Quesenberry, Sandra Williams, Frances Parks and Patti Cronk are combining a hobby they enjoy with their passion for helping others. Since last summer, the group of women,…

Schools closing early

PULASKI COUNTY — The heat wave that has struck the county will cut school days short for students within the Pulaski County school system. For the rest of this week,…

Red Hat Society Quilters help students v

DUBLIN — Sometimes the best hobbies are the ones that allow you to share with others. For Joyce Jones, Ann Quesenberry, Sandra Williams, Frances Parks and Patti Cronk, that hobby…

Schools lose valuable personnel

When students in the Pulaski County public school system return to class for the next school year in the fall, they will find a lot of familiar faces won’t be…

PCHS holds baccalaureate ceremony

DUBLIN — “People are often unreasonable, illogical and selfish. Forgive them anyway. If you’re kind, people may accuse you of selfish ulterior motives. Be kind anyway. If you’re successful, you…

Commission recommends rezoning be OK’d

PULASKI — The Pulaski Planning Commission is recommending a rezoning request along Route 11 be approved by the Pulaski Town Council. Evelyn H. English is seeking to have two lots…

Board honors service

FAIRLAWN — May was a rough month for Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority with the death of two members of its Board of Directors. Winston Thomas Snead, Pulaski County…

Schools closing early

PULASKI COUNTY — The heat wave that has struck the county will cut school days short for students within the Pulaski County school system. For the rest of this week,…

Red Hat Society Quilters help students v

DUBLIN — Sometimes the best hobbies are the ones that allow you to share with others. For Joyce Jones, Ann Quesenberry, Sandra Williams, Frances Parks and Patti Cronk, that hobby…