Pulaski


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Pulaski

(pəlăs`kē), town (1990 pop. 9,985), seat of Pulaski co., SW Va.; inc. 1886. It has industries that manufacture textiles, clothing, machinery, metal products, furniture, and trucks. Agricultural products include corn, alfalfa, livestock, and dairy cattle.
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FUNDRAISERS AND EVENTS: In October, A Night of Hope brings together supporters, community partners, members of the Giving Circle, scholars and alumni at the UA - Pulaski Tech Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute.
Kocher has extensive experience in both the civil and criminal arenas, having served not only as the juvenile magistrate in the Tippecanoe County Court system for several years, but also as a public defender in Tippecanoe Countyand more recently as the chief deputy prosecutor in Pulaski County.
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They claim their request to honor General Pulaski tonight by lighting the tower in the Polish colors of white and red was shot down without explanation.
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Lenkiewicz treats Casimir Pulaski as a Polish patriot unsullied by materialistic concerns.
Pulaski and Colonel Francis Marion had raised objections to D'Estaing's plan, but in the end obeyed their orders.
Pulaski is vowing to fight the proposed change every step of the way.
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Georgia state troops occupied Fort Pulaski in January 1861.
operating in its 90th year through its subsidiary, Pulaski Bank, offers a full line of quality retail and commercial banking products through 13 full-service branch offices in the St.
As the Pulaski County judge, I am responsible for assuring that exceptional services are provided to my constituents.