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Garage raid yields drugs, weapons

Four people were arrested and drugs and firearms were seized when the local drug task force executed a search warrant on a Draper garage, police say. According to Pulaski County…

Pulaski’s Got Talent

Fourteen of the most talented students in Pulaski will showcase their talents and abilities this Friday during a special competition at the Pulaski Theatre. The 6:30 p.m. event, which is…

Boucher congratulates RU on 100th anniversary celebration

The U.S. House of Representatives, Wednesday, approved a bipartisan resolution introduced by Congressman Rick Boucher congratulating Radford University on the 100th anniversary of the signing of its charter. The resolution…

Vehicle accident results in fatality

A Belspring man died Monday evening in a single-vehicle crash on Belspring Road. According to Virginia State Police First Sgt. Mike Honaker, Jason Andrew Huddle, 35, was pronounced dead at…

Waste collection deemed success

The first Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day to be held in Pulaski County in a couple of years was a big success. Joe Levine, executive director of New River Resource…

Pulaski cop saves child

A Town of Pulaski police officer has been credited with saving the life of an infant while in Northern Virginia earlier this month. Pulaski Town Council honored Officer Brion M.…

Take a ‘snapshot’ of libraries

By JEREMY NORMAN jeremy@southwesttimes.com Libraries are regaining their status as the cornerstones of communities, once again becoming places where people come together to visit, learn and share. To illustrate this…

National Bank target of phishing attacks

National Bank, which has offices in Pulaski County and other parts of the New River Valley, is warning customers to be cautious of e-mails and text messages claiming to be…

Tempers flare at BOS meeting

A Pulaski County supervisor’s attempt to repeal a four-cent hike in the county real estate tax rate sparked a heated exchange during a budget work session this week. At the…

‘Take Back’ takes in over 19K pills

Pulaski County’s first Prescription Take Back Program was deemed a success Saturday after nearly 19,800 pills were turned in for disposal. Lee Spiegel, coordinator for Pulaski Community Partners Coalition said…