Photo by Lindsey Rae Vaughn.
The 58th annual Pulaski County Fair was held Aug. 13-19 in Pulaski. The event featured many popular county fair events, including carnival rides, tractor pulls, a demolition derby and many others.
The 58th annual Pulaski County Fair is scheduled Aug. 13-19 at the fairgrounds in Pulaski. Admission prices to the fairgrounds are $5 per car load or $2 per person for walk-ins. A parade is scheduled Sunday, Aug. 13, at 5 p.m. in downtown Pulaski. Gospel singing and a community worship service are...
Dr. Peggy Bradford
Dr. Peggy Bradford is returning to her roots in Southern Illinois as the new president of Shawnee Community College.  The search for a new president took place after the retirement announcement of former SCC president, Tim Bellamy. Bradford was raised in the small town of Pulaski and graduated from...
From left are Mary Jo King and Alice Mae Mathis, who were discussing part of the exhibit. They previously had met at Our Place in Karnak for lunch. Photo provided.
The Shawnee Unit of Illinois Association of Home and Community Education, IAHCE, recently toured the Henry N. Barkhausen Cache River Wetlands Center, which is located south of Cypress on Illinois Route 37 South. IAHCE member Sue Johnson and her granddaughter Erica viewed the displays of material...
The Pulaski County Fair is planned in Pulaski from Sunday, Aug. 14, to Saturday, Aug. 20. Highlights of the fair week schedule follow: Sunday, Aug. 14 A parade will be in downtown Pulaski at 5 p.m. A community worship service and gospel singing will be at the pavilion at 7 p.m. The service is open...
Pulaski County Clerk Julie Hancock informs county residents that they may have recently received a mailing from the Voter Participation Center, VPA, in Chicago, to all residents in the State of Illinois that this organization believes are not registered to vote. This mailing contains a letter from...

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