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I’m sure by now everyone has heard all the pros and cons for building a new middle school. There is no denying that there is a great need for this…

Pulaski by Threes

The 2017 Pulaski Town Council Retreat, by name, brought to mind images of relaxation and frivolity. It was precisely the opposite. For six hours, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,…

The right thing

It is rare that we get the opportunity in our lives to be in the right place at the right time, to do the right thing. Pulaski County will have…

Sacrifice isn’t new

Pulaski County voters decide November 7 if we will fund construction of a new middle school. As most realize, the condition of our current two middle schools is unacceptable. To…

Vote ‘Yes’ on PCMS

I am a strong supporter of high quality education, educational facilities, and educational experiences. Over the last several years, especially recently, I have become tremendously concerned about the physical facilities…

It’s an investment

If people would only think of building a new middle school as an investment in Pulaski County’s future and our children’s future – who will be walking the halls, and…

Another perspective on the middle school

Letter to the Editor, I am writing to each of the community members of Pulaski County. As we are all aware of we are being asked to vote on November…

Misguided thinking

As a citizen of the Town of Pulaski, I’m bothered by the misguided thinking of some people who feel that “fixing” the middle schools won’t cost any money.  Exactly WHERE…

‘Just Fix ‘Em’ is foolishness

There are a smattering of yard signs around the county that say, “No New Taxes Just Fix ‘Em.” Folks, this is pure foolishness and deception. Any solution to the middle…

Gatewood Park’s future

Pulaski’s Town Council is on a glide path to effectively selling Gatewood Park under the cloak of privatization. Their discussion of putting in zip lines, opening up the park for…