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Suspended sentence not suspended long

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com A Pulaski woman who received a suspended five-year prison sentence in the spring was ordered this week to serve three years of the sentence for drug…

Handel’s Messiah set for Dec. 13-14

Handel’s Messiah set for Dec. 13-14

The New River Valley Community Chorus will present Handel’s Messiah Dec. 13-14 in the historic Pulaski Theatre. This beloved oratorio with the famous “Hallelujah” was written by Handel in 1721,…

Layover in Pulaski

Layover in Pulaski

Tonya Petty/SWT A vintage 1946 Beech 18 airplane made a “landing” in a Pulaski parking lot Friday afternoon when Jesse Farwell and Sam Atwater of South Florida made a stop…

Career coaches help students chase dreams

With a constantly changing economy, a partnership between community colleges and public school systems could be crucial to developing the country’s workforce. That’s why Pulaski County Public Schools and New…

Pedestrian hit by vehicle

RADFORD – A pedestrian died Friday afternoon after being struck by a vehicle on Main Street. Clarence Rodney Harris, 60, was hit by a SUV in the westbound lane of…

NRCC offers ‘British Art and Architecture’ trip

A travel experience entitled “British Art and Architecture” will be offered through New River Community College in May. Tammy Parks, NRCC assistant professor of art, will lead the trip. Participants…

Glencoe Museum to ring in the holidays

The Glencoe Museum will celebrate the holidays with old-fashioned cheer with an open house 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 11. The museum will be decked out in its holiday best…

Save big with ‘Bags and Boxes of Books’

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Friends of Pulaski County Library will offer special savings for its final book sale of the year Dec. 5-6 by holding a “Bags and Boxes of…

Seven years given for violations

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com A Pulaski man who violated conditions of probation for a fourth time will be serving more than seven years in prison. Delbert Elgene Nixon Jr. apologized…

Chicken Bus working to get back on the road after fire

Chicken Bus working to get back on the road after fire

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   For a short while, the future looked grim for the Chicken Bus after a sudden fire barbecued the familiar vehicle instead of the savory poultry…