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Mural celebrates African American history in Pulaski County

Najjar Abdul-Musawwir is almost finished with a mural to honor African Americans contribution to Pulaski County. Abdul-Musawwir, an art professor at SIU, and his daughter began the project by collecting information from residen...


The Week in Photos: June 6, 2013

The visual report from the week of June 6, 2013.  


A Legacy in the Land

Jerry Pat Thurston is the third generation to run his family’s centennial farm in Pulaski, Illinois and he is working to keep it relevant in the modern market, as well as to maintain the legacy his ancestors have built. &...

A pig grazes May 30 at Spring Valley Farm in Pulaski. -- Isaac Smith | The Cairo Citizen

A legacy in the land

Located less than five miles outside of Pulaski, Spring Valley Farm, Jerry Pat Thurston’s family farm is nestled between patches of woodland and has fields stretching to the horizon. On the property is the original homestead ...


The Week In Photos: March 14, 2013

The visual report from the week of March 14, 2013.


Spring baseball preview

Cairo -Conference: Independent -Head Coach: Allen Pearman -Assistant Coach: Julian Watkins -Last Year Spring Record: 3-16 Returning Starters from Last Spring:  Devante Johnson, Raquan Nelson, Bryce Gardner, Josh Jordan, Les Wi...


The Week In Photos: January 3, 2012

The visual report for the week of January 3, 2012  


2012: The Year In Photos

This week we are taking a look at photographs that made the news in 2012. Feature and Human Interest News Sports  


A furry family tradition

Stanley McClellan cannot remember a time when he was not in the fur house. McClellan, said his father started McCllan Fur Company nearly 60 years ago in Pulaski and he can hardly remember a time when he was not involved. McClel...


Smoking in the sun