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Stuart ‘Hillbilly Rocks’ NRCC

By JONATHAN HOOKS jonathan@southwesttimes.com Marty Stuart and his band proved Saturday that traditional country music still has a place in the 21st Century. With “Handsome Harry” on percussion, the “Apostle…

Old memorial removed

Pulaski County officials have removed the old Veterans Memorial from the grounds of Pulaski County Courthouse in preparation of a new monument. Assistant Pulaski County Administrator Robert Hiss said no…

New Times site goes live

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com After perusing today’s edition of The Southwest Times, why not take time to go online and check out our new website, southwesttimes.com. The new site is…

Gas leak repaired

An Atmos crew repairs a minor gas leak at the corner of 7th Street and Prospect Avenue yesterday. The hole created to execute the repair is now filled, and a…

Fairview Home staff revives resident suffering heart attack

By Mike Wade Community Relations Specialist New River Valley Community Services The actions of several staff members at Fairview Home in Dublin recently saved the life of one of the…

Churches help build players and character

A new program arranged by Pulaski County High School Varsity Football Coach Todd Jones is aimed at not only building a winning football team, but also the character of team…

Bicyclist, pedestrian safety promoted

Last year in Virginia 88 people died while walking or cycling on state roads; about 2,000 more were injured. In an effort to prevent these statistics from growing and to…

Trail hikers sought

APPALACHIAN TRAIL – The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking five hikers for questioning in connection with the death of an Indiana man whose body was found near the Appalachia…

Centenarian celebrates birthday

Imagine living through two world wars, a prohibition and it’s repeal, a depression, a presidential assassination, two George Bush’s, and the rise of cell phone’s and other portable electronics. Pulaski…

Masons to hold Alzheimer’s Walk

The Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons in Virginia is seeking participants for a Southwest Virginia Alzheimer’s Walk it is sponsoring Saturday, Sept. 24, at Randolph Park in Dublin. Registration for…