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Power outage to close municipal building early Thursday

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Pulaski’s town municipal building will close early Thursday afternoon due to a planned power outage. The building, located at 42 First St. NW, will close…

Virginia takes part in National Work Zone Awareness Week

RICHMOND — With the arrival of spring and the warmer weather comes the beginning of highway construction season, and that means more active work zones. During National Work Zone Awareness…

The search for Noah Thomas photo gallery

The search for Noah Thomas photo gallery

Holding for breaking news

A news conference is scheduled for 9 a.m. today to provide an update on search efforts to find 5-year-old Noah Thomas of Dublin. To ensure reporting of the latest news…

Civil War re-enactor strives for authenticity

Civil War re-enactor strives for authenticity

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Bryan Beard has experienced life as two different soldiers in two different wars – separated by about 150 years. When he returned to his home…

Keep up the good work

Letter to the Editor: I have lived at my residence for 68 years, and have always subscribed for our local paper. I personally feel that every citizen should, for many…

Yankees use women’s bodies to generate business

Letter to the Editor: Thank you for your article, “Calfee Girls added for Yankees’ inaugural season,” dated March 6, 2015. Although I was personally appalled by the subject matter, I…

Mary Elizabeth Johnson Fannon

Mary Elizabeth Johnson Fannon, 76, of Dublin, Va., and formerly of Lee County, Va., was born Nov. 19, 1938, in Lee County, and peacefully left for her Heavenly Home on…

Dublin man accused of sexually assaulting co-workers

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com ROANOKE — A 39-year-old Dublin man is accused of sexually assaulting co-workers while he worked as a contract employee at Radford Army Ammunition Plant. Joshua Thomas…

Town looks at bigger fixes after sewer main break

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   A major break in Pulaski’s sewer line could be indicative of some more needed repairs, according to a public utility report given at the Pulaski…