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Serving proudly: A family tradition of military service inspires couple’s work

Serving proudly: A family tradition of military service inspires couple’s work

By Brooke J. Wood Southwest Times Warren and Margaret Spradlin didn’t plan on finding another soldier in their family tree when they drove west last year for their 50th wedding…

SHAH buys Dalton; Eyes another property

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  SHAH Development has completed its purchase of the Dalton Building in downtown Pulaski and now has its eye set on another property that could improve parking…

Llaneras receives PCHS top senior award

Llaneras receives PCHS top senior award

Emily Llaneras, the daughter of Eddy and Michelle Llaneras, was named Most Valuable Cougar during senior assembly ceremonies Friday at Pulaski County High School. Llaneras is a member of the…

Field trips approved for summer

By Miles Bates miles@southwesttimes.com Pulaski County students looking forward to going on field trips this summer can start planning in earnest. Their requests for the excursions to sites both near…

Pulaski County Friends of the Library hosts book sale

Pulaski County Friends of the Library (FOL) hosts its “End of the School Year” June book sale Friday and Saturday, just in time for those needing books for their summer…

NRCC automotive graduates laud professors for experiential teaching styles

NRCC automotive graduates laud professors for experiential teaching styles

Daniel Chavez and Natalie Henderson recently graduated with diplomas in automotive analysis and repair at New River Community College, but how each got into the field is a completely different…

‘Battle of Cloyd’s Mountain’ to be shown at Radford Theatre

By J.R. Schrader Editor Emeritus RADFORD – The historic “Battle of Cloyd’s Mountain” in Pulaski County that ended in Radford will fill the screen at Radford Theatre at 7 p.m.…

MOVA Technologies chooses Pulaski as HQ for potential half-billion-dollar industry

MOVA Technologies chooses Pulaski as HQ for potential half-billion-dollar industry

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com The final touches on a new “highly advanced” emission control technology that could save the carbon fuel industry and possibly generate more than $500 million in…

Town pleased Critchfield is ‘cementing’ ties to Pulaski

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  “We think that’s great, needless to say,” a town official said about the decision by MOVA Technologies LLC to locate its headquarters in downtown Pulaski. “The…

Scholarship makes attending NRCC tuition-free

Scholarship makes attending NRCC tuition-free

By Joyce Thomas Special to the SWT Last year around this time, Katie Whitlock was getting ready to graduate from high school. This year, she’s graduating with honors from college.…