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Schools dismiss early Thursday and Friday

Schools dismiss early Thursday and Friday

Pulaski County Public Schools will dismiss two hours early Thursday and Friday due to excessive heat and humidity in school buildings without air conditioning, superintendent Dr. Thomas Brewster has announced.…

I-81 lane closures slow Pulaski County traffic

I-81 lane closures slow Pulaski County traffic

Bridge work on Interstate 81 in Pulaski County has extended beyond the overnight hours and will impact traffic overnight into Thursday morning. The right lane of northbound Interstate 81 in…

Yankees finish regular season on top

Yankees finish regular season on top

By DAVID GRAVELY, SWT Sports Editor JOHNSON CITY – Hoy Jun Park helped the Pulaski Yankees walk away from the regular season on a high note Tuesday, scoring the games…

New coffee shop hopes to bring European authenticity

New coffee shop hopes to bring European authenticity

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Wayne Seagle has had the opportunity to do a fair amount of traveling in his life. In the times he’s ventured out across the pond…

Pamela Sharon Spicer

Pamela Sharon Spicer, 57, of Wytheville, Va., passed away Monday, Aug. 31, 2015. She was born in West Virginia, the daughter of the late William Mullins Sr. and Loretta Ray…

Police: ‘Truckloads’ of property recovered

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Pulaski police have seized “several truckloads” of property from the home of a Pulaski man they believe to have been involved in storage facility break-ins in…

500,000 visitors at flea market expected to jam traffic

500,000 visitors at flea market expected to jam traffic

By Rusty Mullins Rusty@southwesttimes.com   HILLSVILLE – It’s once again time to think about how to avoid going through Hillsville this weekend. Thousands will make the trip to the Carroll…

Mobile meth lab nabbed at checkpoint

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com A “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” checkpoint conducted in Pulaski Friday night not only resulted in multiple arrests for impaired driving, but also turned up…

County schools off to ‘a really smooth start’

By Rusty Mullins Rusty@southwesttimes.com   With the warm temperatures outside, it’s hard to believe that the children of Pulaski County have already been in school for nearly three weeks. But…

Kids in the Kitchen program helps young chefs learn about food

Kids in the Kitchen program helps young chefs learn about food

Special to the SWT Twenty-one young chefs, ages 7 to 13, recently finished Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Kids in the Kitchen program in Pulaski County. The program, led by senior extension…

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