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Pulaski News

Pulaski News

A blog highlighting the changes and happenings of the Pulaski News newsroom

BLOG: Pulaski News Survey Results

Pulaski News recently conducted a survey to find out what we can do better and what improvements community members are looking for. Below are the responses we received. While we realize this is not an all-inclusive list, we hope to incorporate [...]

Opinion: P-News Point of View- Big 10 Expansion a Positive

College sports, like professional sports, make billions of dollars every year. The money made from college sports revenue can be used in many ways. Colleges receive portions of total NCAA revenue and use the money for salaries, financial aid for [...]

BLOG: Spirit Week- from a new teacher’s perspective

We’re four days into Fall Festival and I’m hooked. The obvious fun parts of the week have delivered. This week I’ve seen 50′s-style greasers and poodle skirts, Batman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, cowboys and cowgirls, a random penguin, and so [...]

BLOG: New Teacher Experience– Fall Festival

Editor’s Note: The New Teacher Experience Blog will be written by Steve Seamandel, who teaches the Pulaski News class at PHS. Not only is he a first year teacher, but he is also new to Northeast Wisconsin. This blog will [...]

BLOG: Pulaski News social media update

You may have noticed quite a few more “www’s” and “.coms” featured within the pages of Pulaski News lately, making you wonder what’s going on at Pulaski News headquarters. Never fear– the physical Pulaski News newspaper is here to stay. [...]

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