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Share the following important information: the Pulaski County Broadband Telecommunication Survey is available on line at pulaskicounty.org. Please take this survey. It willbe critical in determining the importance of broadband expansion throughout the county -- especially critical for the future of the Town of Pulaski. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

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shares images from The Yankees' Welcome Day fofr the luncheon held at Calfee Park. Calf-ee is all fired up as is Mayor Worrell who compared "Opening Day" with the anticipation that awaits Christmas Day. Then he quipped, "Today feels like Christmas Eve!"

Mr. Sports Photography, Dave Gravely, of The Southwest Times was on hand for "photo day" that followed the luncheon. Other media were present as well. Go, Dave.
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shares the following about the July 4th Ceremony at the Courthouse:

"July 4th 2016 Veterans Ceremony at Pulaski County Old Stone Courthouse

The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors and the Pulaski County Courthouses Exhibits’ Committee will be honoring World War II veterans this year at the July 4th Veterans Ceremony. The ceremony will be held at the Pulaski County Old Stone Courthouse War Memorial beginning at 12:30 p.m. Several organizations will be participating in the ceremony including VFW Post 1184, American Legion Post 7, AMVETS and Count Pulaski Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Boy Scout Troop 48 and Girl Scout Troop 1247 will also participate in the ceremony. This year county World War II living veterans will be honored, and at this time there are twelve (12) county World War II veterans that will be attending the ceremony. These veterans served in many places and capacities in World War II including serving under General George Patton; being a prisoner of war in a German prison camp; serving in the Normandy Invasion D-Day at Omaha Beach; and service in the South Pacific, London, Manchuria, Philippines, Okinawa, Shanghai, Hong Kong, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Rhineland, Ardennes, Panama and stateside. The twelve WWII Veterans that will be honored range in age from 89 to 96. World War II Veteran, Ms. Olivia D. Clark who served under General Patton in Bad Tolz, Germany, will be the guest speaker. Citizens are invited to attend and express their support and thanks to all of our county veterans for their service and sacrifices. Refreshments will be served in the New River Room and Courthouse tours will also be made available to interested citizens after the ceremony."
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