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September is Library Card Sign-up Month

A Library Card is your child’s ticket to academic achievement.   By LUCY GLENN Library Public Services Coordinator   Every parent wants their child to succeed, and one of the…

NRCC student artwork to be featured at Glencoe Museum

By AMANDA J. ALLEN NRCC public relations   Artwork by New River Community College art students will be featured in a show at the Glencoe Museum in Radford from Sept.…

Wythe County anti-littering campaign nets 31 charges

WYTHEVILLE – Last year, Wythe County officials introduced an anti-littering campaign aimed at cleaning up the county’s roadways. Through this initiative, local leaders launched an inmate clean-up program; something they…

Prosecutor: McDonnells had ‘corrupt understanding’

RICHMOND (AP) — Prosecutors urged jurors on Friday to focus on two questions at the corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen: Why did a…

Military pilot was killed in Virginia F-15 crash

DEERFIELD (AP) — The pilot of an F-15 jet that crashed this week in remote Virginia mountains was killed, military officials said Thursday, bringing to a sad end an exhaustive…

West Main Development Company, LLC unveils plans for major redevelopment project 

   The Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade Maurice Jones visited today to participate in the announcement of a major redevelopment project in Downtown Pulaski that will renovate some existing…

Mullins receives rare Royal Ranger medal

Mullins receives rare Royal Ranger medal

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Earning the Honor Gold Medal of Achievement medal from Royal Rangers isn’t an easy task, but 18-year-old Jamie Mullins of Pulaski County became only the eighth…

Concerned citizens speak out at BOS

By SARAH BRADBURY sarah@southwesttimes.com   Although there were several items on the agenda at Monday night’s Board of Supervisors meeting, an item discussed during the public comments on items not…

Authorities to ‘Take Back’ unwanted drugs

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   September is time to gather up your expired, unused and unwanted drugs and turn them over to area law enforcement for the fall Drug Enforcement…

PCHS gives students an early shot at criminal justice careers

PCHS gives students an early shot at criminal justice careers

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   As classes started almost two weeks ago, students at PCHS got back into their normal academic routines learning math, English, science and history. This semester,…