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Mini-Cougars to cheer Friday night

Sixth- through eighth-grade cheerleaders who participated in the Cougar Classic will be cheering Friday night with the varsity cheerleaders at the Pulaski vs. Salem football game. All those who will…

Dublin Lions Club Christmas Craft Show photo gallery

Dublin Lions Club Christmas Craft Show photo gallery

‘Unified effort’ saves hunter in peril

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Residents of the Little Creek community and local emergency services personnel rallied Saturday to rescue a hunter who had been dangling upside down from his tree…

Debate puts talents to the test

Debate puts talents to the test

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Violent video games, illegal immigration and racial profiling were just some of the topics on the table as 50 students between Dublin and Pulaski Middle…

Town, County win housing award for tornado recovery

Town, County win housing award for tornado recovery

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com NORFOLK — Pulaski County and the town have been recognized with the 2014 Virginia Housing “Best Housing Program or Service” Award for the Pulaski Tornado Recovery…

Pearisburg woman killed in wreck

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Virginia State Police are still investigating the causes of two separate fatal traffic accidents that occurred late Friday in Giles and Smyth counties. A Pearisburg woman…

NRCC Comic Con photo gallery

NRCC Comic Con photo gallery

Heroes converge at Comic Con

Heroes converge at Comic Con

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Just hours after Halloween ended for most people, New River Community College was rich with people in costume from the annals of science fiction and…

Coat drive under way for Norman Ministries

Norman Ministries, located on East Main Street in Pulaski, is requesting donations of used coats, sweaters, gloves, scarves, hats and blankets. Each item must be clean and in good condition.…

Familiar faces

Familiar faces

Courtesy photo While the rest of the New River Valley celebrated Halloween, the New River Community College Foundation celebrated Dr. Jack Lewis Day with a little fun at the NRCC…