Check out the Aug. 16 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.
ACADEMICS AND ATHLETICS: Haley Holewinski and Taylor Birr write about the challenges of competing in multiple sports and doing well with academics as training for all sports now can be year-round.
GOAL MET: Ben Buttrick covered Pulaski’s National Night Out event. Did the Pulaski Police Department reach its goal of raising $7,500? Did officer Adam Winkler get Tasered? Find out in the latest Pulaski News.
PHASE II: See photos from the construction of Phase Ii of the Red Raiders Field of Dreams project.
ADVICE: PHS and PCMS principals give advice to students entering their schools this year.
NEW EQUIPMENT: Haley Holewinski tells of new playground equipment at Hillcrest Elementary thanks to the efforts of the school’s PTO.
MARINE TRAINING: PHS student Will Voelker participated in a two-week Marine training program for high schoolers. Heather LeComte reports on this story.
HORSE CHALLENGE: Haley Holewinski reports on two local residents who are participating in a program to help work horses who are cast aside after their can no longer handle the workload.
Find out more about these topics and more in this week’s edition.
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