Check out the Sept. 27 issue of the Pulaski News.
Here are some of the stories you’ll find in the print edition.
ROUND II: The PHS football squad defeated Menominee in the first round of the WIAA playoffs. The No. 3-seeded Red Raiders travel to No. 2-seeded River Falls on Friday. See Trevor Stiede’s article for more.
SAFETY GRANT: PCSD has received a second state safety grant. Find out more in Karlee Krueger’s story.
NEW VOTERS: Trevor Stiede gets the perspective of fellow students who will turn 18 prior to the November election. Also, PHS students were trained to help register fellow students to vote.
BURKHART HONORED: Sunnyside student Octavia Burkhart recently was honored for a summer project by being allowed to go pick up the tee after the opening kickoff at a recent Packers game. Check out Paige Beran’s story.
PHOTO GALLERIES: Check out the latest PCSD photo galleries here.
DINNER DANCE: The PHS jazz band is hosting a Nov. 10 Veteran’s Day dinner dance. See Karlee Krueger’s story.
SPORTS GALORE: PHS fall sports are wrapping up. How are teams doing? Check out the sports section that is full of info.
NEW COACH: Kelly Logue returns as PHS girls soccer coach.
WET HARVEST: In some cases, recent heavy rain has hindered harvesting crops from the field. See Caitlyn Martin’s story.
Find out more about these topics (and more) in this week’s edition.
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