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Cougars earn come-from-behind playoff win

Cougars earn come-from-behind playoff win

By Rodney Young SWT Sports Writer Did you ever have one of those days when the harder you try, the worse things get? The Cougars baseball team seemed to have…

Lady Cougars drop regular-season finale at Salem

Lady Cougars drop regular-season finale at Salem

By DAVID GRAVELY SWT Sports Editor SALEM – If you take away two critical mistakes, the Pulaski County and Salem softball teams might still be trying to figure out how…

Alyssa Hyduke advances to tennis Regionals

Alyssa Hyduke advances to tennis Regionals

By DAVID GRAVELY SWT Sports Editor BASSETT – The Lady Cougar tennis team will not continue on to the Group 4A Regional tournament Monday, but one member of the team…

A Heroine’s Return: New director talks about revising ‘Long Way Home’

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com A campaign to bring Mary Draper Ingles’ story home has existed in one form or another since “The Long Way Home” closed in 1999, after…

Carolyn Sue Dotson

Carolyn Sue Dotson, 63, of Fairlawn, Va., passed away Friday, May 19, 2017, at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.Arrangements are pending by Bower Funeral Home, Pulaski, Va.  …

Hudson receives PCHS top senior award

Makayla “Kadie” Hudson, the daughter of George and Julie Hudson, was named Most Valuable Cougar during senior assembly ceremonies Friday at Pulaski County High School. Hudson is a member of…

6 graduate YEA program

By Sheila Nelson Special to the SWT Six Pulaski County students have a pretty good idea what it takes to be an entrepreneur, and now they have the graduation certificate…

Graduating triplets are the same, but different

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com Jimmy and Penny Lane discovered just over 18 years ago that, sometimes, the best things in life occur in threes. On Feb. 12, 1999, all…

Adult, teen enamel jewelry classes set

Pulaski County Library system is holding separate jewelry enameling classes for adults and teens this summer. According to Amber Brillhart, who will teach the classes, participants learn how to enamel…

Students named to ‘Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges’

Twenty-nine New River Community College students have been named to “Who’s Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges.” These students were recognized at the recent President’s Awards Ceremony at…