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Check out the July 19 issue of the Pulaski News!

Read about Pulaski Polka Days and more in this week's Pulaski News.

Check out the July 19 issue of the Pulaski News. It's chocked full of good information!


Here are some of the stories you’ll find in the print edition.


PUBLIC SERVANT: Bruce Brzeczkowski is a businessman, musician in two polka bands and avid bowler. He is well intertwined in Pulaski as a newly re-elected member of the village board. Find out more in Ben Buttrick’s article.


PHASE II: While the baseball and softball portion of Phase II of the Red Raider Field of Dreams project is under construction, Steering Committee members are looking ahead at how to solve the problems of cracks in the playing surface of some PHS tennis courts. See Jessica Goska’s article for more.


POLKA DAYS: The 40th Pulaski Polka Days takes place from Thursday to Sunday. Heather Le Comte has prepared a schedule of planned musical performances for the event.


HONOR ROLL: Who made the second-semester PHS honor roll? Find out in this week’s edition.


RUBE GOLDBERG: PCMS students recently took first place in Rube Goldberg competition at UW-Green Bay.


ALL CONFERENCE: Which PHS athletes made all-conference teams for spring sports?


CROP REPORT: How are crops faring this growing season? Kaitlin Martin fills you in.


CIRCUS COMING TO THE VILLAGE: The Culpepper and Merriweather Great Combined Circus is coming to Pulaski Aug. 16.


Find out more about these topics and more in this week’s edition.


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