Check out the Aug. 30 issue of the Pulaski News.
Here are some of the stories you’ll find in the print edition.
HOME OPENER: See coverage of the Aug. 23 home opener. The Red Raiders went to 2-0 on the season. Also, see photos from opening night at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/pulaski/albums.
STILL GOING STRONG: PHS graduate Jerry Wojcik is still staying active at age 82. He’s still water skiing and biking, among other activities. Check out Haley Holewinski’s story.
KWIK TRIP: The La Crosse-based convenience store plans to open its new Pulaski store this fall. Check out Benjamin Buttrick’s article to find out when.
CROPS: How are crops doing locally? Kaitlin Martin tells you in her article.
CIRCUS: The Aug. 16 Culpepper and Merriweather Great Combined Circus in Pulaski helped the local Optimist Club raise money for the Red Raider Field of Dreams project. How much? Check out Kaitlyn Martin’s article.
NEW SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER: Hunter Micolichek is the new PCSD part-time school resource officer. Find out more about the PHS graduate.
SCHOOL FACTS: PCSD principals give information about their schools you might not know. Chek out Kaitlin Martin’s article.
SPORTS GALORE: PHS fall sports are up and running. How are teams doing? Check out the sports section that is full of info.
Find out more about these topics in this week’s edition.
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