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Kanode appeal to be taken to Va. Supreme Court

In response to the Virginia Court of Appeals denial of French David Kanode’s attempt to have his convictions overturned in connection with the 2008 murder of Dawn Meredith Wright earlier…

Kanode appeal to be taken to Va. Supreme Court

In response to the Virginia Court of Appeals denial of French David Kanode’s attempt to have his convictions overturned in connection with the 2008 murder of Dawn Meredith Wright earlier…

Volvo recalling 700 workers

Just days after announcing a new five-year contract with it’s union employees, Volvo Trucks North America announced this morning it will be recalling 700 workers at its New River Valley…

Volvo recalling 700 workers

Just days after announcing a new five-year contract with it’s union employees, Volvo Trucks North America announced this morning it will be recalling 700 workers at its New River Valley…

Vets may be eligible for tax exemption

If Gov. Bob McDonnell signs a bill passed by the Virginia General Assembly, certain military veterans may no longer have to pay real estate taxes. Pulaski County Commissioner of the…

Vets may be eligible for tax exemption

If Gov. Bob McDonnell signs a bill passed by the Virginia General Assembly, certain military veterans may no longer have to pay real estate taxes. Pulaski County Commissioner of the…

Radford resident crowned Ms. Wheelchair Virginia

The Ms. Wheelchair Virginia Board of Directors announced that Emily McGrail of Radford was crowned Ms. Wheelchair Virginia on Saturday, March 19, at Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center in Fishersville. The…

Radford resident crowned Ms. Wheelchair Virginia

The Ms. Wheelchair Virginia Board of Directors announced that Emily McGrail of Radford was crowned Ms. Wheelchair Virginia on Saturday, March 19, at Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center in Fishersville. The…

Columnist Tom Hawley dies

Thomas Lee Hawley, a long-time columnist for The Southwest Times, died Sunday at is home. Hawley, 80, first started writing his column, “The Way I See It,” in 1985 and…

Robbery investigation continues

Pulaski County Sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect who robbed a Fairlawn credit union Friday, March 18. According to Sheriff Jim Davis, the suspect…