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Area youth travels abroad

Adam Slate, a rising Pulaski County High School student, recently had the opportunity to travel overseas to participate in a program founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Slate’s parents, Chucky…

Camelot closing, schools scrambling

The unexpected closing of Camelot school has left Pulaski County and other area school systems scrambling to make arrangements for a dozen special needs students, with the opening of school…

DeHart facing new charges

MONTGOMERY COUNTY – Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office added eight new charges to those already filed against 48-year-old Edward Hamilton DeHart Jr. as a result of incidents that led up to…

Volvo to develop ‘SuperTruck’

Volvo Group’s truck operations have been selected to receive $19 million in federal funding to develop a “SuperTruck” that would improve freight-moving efficiency and reduce greenhouse gases. Volvo Technology of…

NRCC to offer energy exam

Those interested in a career in solar energy will not only be able to study the alternative energy source at New River Community College, but will also be able to…

Wells-Fargo cuts ribbon in Pulaski

The Wells-Fargo Co., originally founded in N.Y. in 1852, has a reputation for success, and as of last Friday, the ribbon was cut on a new chapter of prosperity to…

DeHart wounded and wanted

MONTGOMERY COUNTY – A man wanted in several jurisdictions apparently was wounded by police early this morning, but still remains on the lam. According to a press release from Montgomery…

Bird hit prompts emergency landing

Lifeguard 11, one of Carilion’s emergency medical helicopters, was forced to make an emergency landing in Dublin Thursday night after hitting a bird or birds. Dublin Fire Chief Ronny McClure…

Health mandate unconstitutional

ATLANTA – The U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that it is unconstitutional to mandate someone to carry health insurance or face a penalty. Under President Barak Obama’s…

Suspected sibling shooting probed

RADFORD – Radford police are investigating what they believe to be the shooting death of a 14-year-old girl by her 10-year-old brother. According to Radford City Police Department Lt. Andy…