Check out the Nov. 8 issue of the Pulaski News.
Here are some of the stories you’ll find in the print edition.
ROUND II: The PHS football squad lost a hard-fought game to Marshfield on a last-second field goal. The team finished an excellent 10-2. See Trevor Stiede’s article for more.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING: Human Trafficking isn’t something that happens elsewhere. Find out more in Karlee Krueger’s story.
VETERAN’S STORY: Orville Kubiak recounts his World War II experience. Check out Sophie Goska’s story.
RED RAIDER SHOWCASE: PHS and PCMS students performed in the 2018 Red Raider Showcase.
PHOTO GALLERIES: Check out the latest PCSD photo galleries here.
FFA: Check out Kaitlyn Martin’s story about the FFA trip to Indianapolis for the National Convention.
ONE ACT TO STATE: Take a peek at Paige Beran’s story about the PHS One Act cast, who advanced to state. For director Amy Tubbs, this is her 20th time taking One Act to state.
CHECK IT OUT: The first PHS boys and girls basketball games will be broadcast on Youtube and put together with a student staff.
RICHIE REMEMBERED: Dave Grescher of the Rice Lake Chronotype contributes a tory on the life of Gary Richie, son for former PHS teacher Jim and Connie Richie.
Find out more about these topics (and more) in this week’s edition.
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