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Dublin Town Council meets on Thursday

DUBLIN — The Dublin Town Council will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, June 19, at 7 p.m. at the Dublin Town Hall. At the top of the agenda is…

Report details needs of Virginia’s disabled

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia must reduce the number of individuals with disabilities residing in institutions, particularly youth, according to a report that also highlights lagging test scores and graduation…

Use time wisely

Well, mom and dad, school has only been out in Pulaski County for less than a week now, and your boys and girls are probably still savoring their new-found freedom…

Fatal shooting ruled justified

FAIRLAWN — A Pulaski County deputy was justified in using deadly force to stop a Fairlawn man who lunged at him with a knife May 29. “It appears clear that…

Salvation Army begins annual book bag program

CHRISTIANSBURG — Although the school year has officially ended, it’s never too soon to start thinking about the 2008-09 school year. The New River Valley Salvation Army is offering its…

Dublin Town Council meets on Thursday

DUBLIN — The Dublin Town Council will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, June 19, at 7 p.m. at the Dublin Town Hall. At the top of the agenda is…

Report details needs of Virginia’s disabled

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia must reduce the number of individuals with disabilities residing in institutions, particularly youth, according to a report that also highlights lagging test scores and graduation…

Another food scare

The recent salmonella outbreak which sickened hundreds across the nation has tomato growers in Virginia worried. The vast majority of Virginia’s tomato crop is on the vine, weeks from harvest,…

Pulaski man still missing

PULASKI — The Pulaski Police Department is still trying to locate a Pulaski man who hasn’t been seen since June 7. Thurston Sutphin, 66, was last seen wearing blue jeans…

$90,000 raised by PC Relay For Life

PULASKI COUNTY — Although Pulaski County’s “Carnival of Life” Relay for Life event has passed, participating teams and members of the community can still play a part in the local fight…