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Pulaski Library needs youth volunteers

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com If you’re between the ages of 12 and 18 and interested in helping the community while getting some valuable experience for future employment, Pulaski County Library…

Ex-college students face hearing in slaying of girl, 13

CHRISTIANSBURG (AP) — Prosecutors may reveal more details today in the case against two former Virginia Tech students accused of plotting to kidnap and murder a socially awkward 13-year-old girl…

Input sought in search for new superintendent

Want to offer input as the search begins for a new Pulaski County superintendent? The Pulaski County School Board welcomes your input. The school board has begun the process of…

Defendants in 2012 robbery spree plead guilty

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com ABINGDON — Three Virginia residents are awaiting sentencing in federal court after admitting they robbed a Wytheville movie theatre in 2012 and then killed a store…

Virginia Tech football tickets being raffled to benefit YMCA

Imagine cheering on the Hokies from midfield, all season long, for only $50.The YMCA at Virginia Tech is raffling off a set of four premium season tickets to 2016 Virginia…

Rain forecast cancels Saturday Cruise In

 Due to a forecast of inclement weather Saturday, the opening day of the 2016 Pulaski Cruise In series has been canceled. Pulaski spokeswoman Barbi Tate says the Cruise In was…

Police gear found in impersonator search

 By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  Badges, a blue light and various other police gear were found in the home of a suspect accused of impersonating a police officer, according to an…

Burglary suspect shot by police charged

 By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  WYTHEVILLE – A 60-year-old man shot by Wytheville police while allegedly involved in a burglary has been released from a Tennessee hospital and charged in the…

Service to community and nation are driving forces for two NRCC administration of justice grads

Service to community and nation are driving forces for two NRCC administration of justice grads

  Service to their community and nation are driving forces for two New River Community College administration of justice graduates. Lorenzo Rios Jr. will stay in the New River Valley…

Desire to complete degree worth the sacrifice

Desire to complete degree worth the sacrifice

  By Joyce Thomas Special to the SWT There are times in life when one can reflect on the past and look toward the future. Noah Magnifico did just that…