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Mind change nets woman extended jail stay

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com A last-minute change of mind netted a Pulaski woman at least three more weeks of incarceration awaiting trial than she would have received Monday if she…

It was wet, but Jazz & Ribfeast still a hit

It was wet, but Jazz & Ribfeast still a hit

By Lynn Adams editor@southwesttimes.com The third annual Pulaski Jazz & Ribfeast was a sellout. No, Friday’s event in Jackson Park didn’t have more attendees than it could handle – the…

Pulaski Jazz & Ribfeast 2017 photo gallery

Pulaski Jazz & Ribfeast 2017 photo gallery

NRV Fair 2017 photo gallery

NRV Fair 2017 photo gallery

Travis Tritt photo gallery

Travis Tritt photo gallery

Collective Soul photo gallery

Collective Soul photo gallery

Resolution calls for reopening Pulaski PO

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@www.southwesttimes.com The uncertainty that followed the recent closure – albeit temporary, according to federal authorities – of Pulaski’s Post Office remains a sore spot for many.…

Crowd shows up late for Jazz & Ribfeast

Crowd shows up late for Jazz & Ribfeast

Friday’s persistent drizzle tried to put a damper on the third annual Pulaski Jazz & Ribfeast, but by the time the weekend began at 5 p.m., the rains had all…

What a difference 2 months can make

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@www.southwesttimes.com Two months ago, Pulaski County was in the midst of the wettest month on record since 1920. But fast-forward to July, and lawns are turning brown.…

Pulaski man in jail on new charge

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@www.southwesttimes.com A Pulaski man is in custody on an assault charge, a little over two weeks after receiving a suspended sentence for stabbing a teenager. According to…