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Landlord seeks change to policy

Landlord George Collins wants the Town of Pulaski to rethink its policy of requiring owners of rental property to pay a $100 water reconnection fee if a tenant skips out…

Court ruling prompts local church to put up crosses

A federal court ruling that removed memorial crosses from Utah highways has prompted a local church to put up its own crosses in recognition of those the crosses honored. Mike…

Whooping Cough closes school

By JENNA NICHOLS jenna@southwesttimes.com With spring here, the Virginia Department of Health urges everyone to take precautions to prevent the spread of pertussis, also known as whooping cough. After several…

Final NRCC jamboree featuring VW Boys, Whitetop Mountain

New River Community College’s final jamboree of the 2010-11 season will feature the VW Boys and the Whitetop Mountain Band. The Fiddle, Banjo, and Dance Club jamboree will be held…

Landlord seeks change to policy

Landlord George Collins wants the Town of Pulaski to rethink its policy of requiring owners of rental property to pay a $100 water reconnection fee if a tenant skips out…

Virginia Cave Week celebrated

Virginia Cave Week will be held April 17–23 to promote an understanding of Virginia’s caves and the surrounding limestone habitats known as karst. Sponsored by the Virginia Cave Board, the…

Landlord seeks change to policy

Landlord George Collins wants the Town of Pulaski to rethink its policy of requiring owners of rental property to pay a $100 water reconnection fee if a tenant skips out…

Court ruling prompts local church to put up crosses

A federal court ruling that removed memorial crosses from Utah highways has prompted a local church to put up its own crosses in recognition of those the crosses honored. Mike…

Depot landscaping OK’d – finally

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com It took 45 minutes of debate and three motions, but Pulaski Town Council finally voted Tuesday to approve up to $175,000 in paving and landscaping for…

Kaine to run for U.S. Senate

Former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine announced he will be running for one of the commonwealth’s U.S. Senate seats in the upcoming November elections. According to Kaine, he considers this an…