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Public can still help Noah investigation

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Just because Noah Thomas’ body has been found doesn’t mean the public’s assistance in the investigation is no longer needed. Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis issued…

Cole capital murder case off for June

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   Howard Samuel Cole was supposed to be tried for capital murder the first two weeks of June for the January 2014 death of his 5-month-old…

Kids will be kids

Kids will be kids

Courtesy photos Sarah Smiley of Syncope Falls Farm in Hiwassee holds a 2-week-old goat “kid” so that human “kids” Oakley Bird and Ashten Almarode can pet it.­­ The animals were…

Radford student named to UMW dean’s list

FREDERICKSBURG – James Stewart of Radford is one of 713 students at the University of Mary Washington named to the dean’s list for the 2014 fall semester. Stewart is a…

Rhonda Vincent and the Rage coming to NRCC

Rhonda Vincent and the Rage coming to NRCC

Award-winning bluegrass group Rhonda Vincent and the Rage will perform April 25 at New River Community College. Tickets for the show are on sale. General admission tickets are $25 in…

The happiest days of our lives

The happiest days of our lives

Cindi Anderson/SWT  Mary Dunford of Pulaski was one of the winners of two tickets to see Saturday night’s performance by the Pink Floyd tribute band The Darkside Project at the…

Noah Thomas story crashes newspaper website – twice

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   When news broke that the body of Noah Thomas, the 5-year-old Dublin boy who had been missing for a week, had been found in a…

Focus shifts to criminal investigation

Focus shifts to criminal investigation

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Now that the body of 5-year-old Noah Thomas has been found, the joint search and investigation shifts to a criminal investigation to determine how he died…

Community gathers to mourn Noah

Community gathers to mourn Noah

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   What was originally meant to be a prayer for hope Thursday became a prayer for healing, as community members gathered at Randolph Park to remember…

NRCC team puts innovation on ICE

By AMANDA ALLEN Special to The SWT Many of history’s greatest innovators developed their groundbreaking ideas, products or technologies by toiling in secret laboratories and holding out hope they’d come…