Check out the Aug. 2 issue of the Pulaski News. It's packed full of good information!
Here are some of the stories you’ll find in the print edition.
POLKA DAYS: See coverage from the 40th Pulaski Polka Days prepared by Ben Buttrick, Haley Holewinski, Heather Le Comte and Jessica Goska.
PHASE II: Do you want to help on fundraising for Phase II of the Red Raider Field of Dreams? Buying gas at the designated pump at Trailside and attending the Aug. 16 circus in Pulaski will help the cause. See more in Haley Holewinski’s story.
NEW TOWN HALL: Pittsfield is building a new town hall. See more in Kaitlyn Martin’s story.
BADGER STATE: Four PHS students recently attended Badger State. Find out more in Kaitlyn Martin’s story.
CARNEGIE BOUND: Heather Le Comte reports on the PHS band and choir trip to New York City, which includes a performance at the legendary Carnegie Hall.
GOLD: PHS graduate Spence Scray coached a Special Olympics 7v7 team to a gold medal at a national meet. Taylor Birr reports on this story.
YOUTH MENTORS NEEDED: Taylor Birr also reports that Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Wisconsin needs youth mentors for its program.
Find out more about these topics and more in this week’s edition.
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