Check out the Dec. 6 issue of the Pulaski News.
Here are some of the stories you’ll find in the print edition.
LOCAL ELECTION: Looking to run for local office? The deadline to apply is Jan. 2, 2019. Check it out in the latest edition.
GREENHOUSE: The PHS greenhouse, which was destroyed by last April’s blizzard, has been rebuilt and is better than ever. See Haley Holewinski’s story.
ONE ACT: Paige Beran writes about the success of PHS’s One Act at state competition.
MULLETS?: Haley Holewinski writes about a mullet movement at PHS.
PHOTO GALLERIES: Check out the latest PCSD photo galleries
GRANT-GETTERS: Bella Spagnoletti writes about three Glenbrook teachers who secured a nearly $2,000 grant for the school’s Wild Card Room.
SPORTS: Winter sports are in full swing. Check out the Pulaski News sports pages.
ART SHOW: A PHS teacher and his wife put on an art show in Green Bay. Karlee Krueger writes about Spencer and Kerie Karls.
POLKA DAYS: Harold Otto helps to keep the local polka tradition alive. Check out Kaitlyn Martin’s story.
Find out more about these topics (and more) in this week’s edition.
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