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‘Class reunion’ brings memories

‘Class reunion’ brings memories

  By JR SCHRADER SWT Editor Theater goers reminisced back to their high school days during Thursday’s performance by “The Marvelous Wonderettes” on the Pulaski Theatre stage. Memories floated through…

DMV seeks Transportation Safety Award nominees

By TRAVIS HANDY travis@souhwesttimes.com Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is looking to honor outstanding efforts made by individuals and organizations to make Virginia’s roadways safer. DMV has given these awards…

Reward offered in Sanatorium break-in

Reward offered in Sanatorium break-in

By TRAVIS HANDY travis@southwesttimes.com When you hear about the supposedly haunted St. Albans Sanatorium, images of ghostly encounters and “Haunted Collector” reruns may come to mind. Early this week, instead…

Stomp brings its high-energy show to Radford

Stomp, the world-famous percussion ensemble, is bringing its explosive show to Radford University on Thursday, Feb. 21. Stomp has grown into one of the world’s most familiar live events and…

Senate panel amends governor’s transportation bill

By Whitney Spicer Capital News Service RICHMOND – The Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday approved an amended version of Gov. Bob McDonnell’s transportation funding bill, opting to raise the gasoline…

Senate Panel OKs More Stringent Voter ID

By MICHAEL SCHUSTER Capital News Service RICHMOND – The Senate Privileges and Elections Committee has approved a bill that supporters say would thwart voter fraud but opponents say would make…

School board works to fix middle schools

By NEESEY PAYNE neesey@southwesttimes.com OWPR Architects and Engineers have offered a solution to the bowed walls at Pulaski and Dublin middle schools – using columns and beams to permanently fix…

Dewey Cornell: ‘Schools are safe’

Dewey Cornell: ‘Schools are safe’

  By NEESEY PAYNE neesey@southwesttimes.com “There is no formula or crystal ball that will predict or prevent all violent acts,” said Dr. Dewey Cornell, forensic clinical psychologist and professor of…

Warrant leads to watery arrest

Warrant leads to watery arrest

By TRAVIS HANDY travis@southwesttimes.com A short, but eventful pursuit led to a suspect being plucked from the cold waters of Peak Creek by two Pulaski County deputies Wednesday. According to…

Holiday hours announced for Presidents’ Day

By TRAVIS HANDY travis@southwesttimes.com A number of local banks and public offices have announced closings in observance of Presidents’ Day, while others will be conducting business as usual. Town offices…