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says we share in the sadness.

"Our sympathy to the family of Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Unit #14 Lt. Lewis Heslip who passed away today. We have lost a Brother in Blue and a true hero in the law enforcement community. RIP Sir, you will never be forgotten!"

Town of Pulaski PD. Thanks, Tony!
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says, And speaking of Tony (r), here he is pictured with Deputy Town Manager, Nichole Hair, and Dr. Art Schultz of the USGS. Tony's knowledge of the Pulaski Fault was of essential importance to the research and publication of this new document.

State Geologist, David Spears (l), is pictured with Bill Hemka, professor of geology at Virginia Tech.

Thanks everyone for making this a great event -- especially members of the Courthouse Exhibits Committee, Nancy Burchett, Chair!
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shares a great day in the New River Room at the Pulaski County Courthouse! Art Schultz, (r) from the US Geological Survey, and David Spears (l), State Geologist, present Andy McCready, Chairman of the Pulaski County Board of Supervisors, with a newly developed map of the "Pulaski Quadrangle" that is now on display in the lobby of the Stone Courthouse. It's placement is fitting since it guides one's way up the stairs past the geology displays on the staircase.

Bravo to our 3rd graders present who go a first-hand opportunity to learn about geology and its importance. Who knows, our next Tony Blair may be among these young students!
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shares these great images of students at Calfee School thanks to Agnes Williamson-Wright. A shout out also to Guy Smith! Identifications? ... See MoreSee Less

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says good news: The Smithsonian is coming to The Ratcliffe in Downtown Pulaski in the form of the exhibit, "The Way We Worked." It will be at the Museum from June 4th until mid-August.

A special time will be June 10-18th when the Museum will be open from 11-5 PM each day for the SWVA, Mountain's of Music Home Coming." [On Tuesday, June 14th, we'll be open until 8 PM along with the wonderful Marketplace at the historic Depot!]

Otherwise, The Ratcliffe will be open at it regular hours, Tuesdays from 11-8 PM, Fridays and Saturdays from 11-5 PM. Sundays the Museum is open from 1 PM- 5 PM.

Docents will be there to guide you through the new exhibit. What a great moment for The Ratcliffe!!
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