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Paddling Parishioner

Since 1948, come rain or shine, Bill Wendell of Draper has been paddling his boat across the New River to go to church — even in the winter months. “Unless…

Police nab robbery suspects

Pulaski County authorities have arrested three Pulaski residents in connection with double robberies in Fairlawn Friday. Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis said Ernest Logan Draper, 18, Anthony Curtis Mannon, 48,…

Train depot completion eyed next fall

If Mother Nature cooperates, Pulaski may have the old depot back in operation by this time next year. According to Town Manager John Hawley, the estimated completion date under the…

Academy administrator mixes high-tech with worship

As a young boy growing up in a small town in Indiana, Mike Whitaker loved horses and dreamed of someday becoming an engineer because he liked to “tinker with things.”…

Parade date a week later in Dublin

The Town of Dublin will hold its Christmas parade a week later than usual this year. Dublin Town Council voted at its last meeting to hold the parade on the…

Police nab robbery suspects

Pulaski County authorities have arrested three Pulaski residents in connection with double robberies in Fairlawn Friday. Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis said Ernest Logan Draper, 18, Anthony Curtis Mannon, 48,…

Train depot completion eyed next fall

If Mother Nature cooperates, Pulaski may have the old depot back in operation by this time next year. According to Town Manager John Hawley, the estimated completion date under the…

Academy administrator mixes high-tech with worship

As a young boy growing up in a small town in Indiana, Mike Whitaker loved horses and dreamed of someday becoming an engineer because he liked to “tinker with things.”…

Parade date a week later in Dublin

The Town of Dublin will hold its Christmas parade a week later than usual this year. Dublin Town Council voted at its last meeting to hold the parade on the…

Governor’s school approves two items

The Governing Board of Southwest Virginia Governor’s School Tuesday unanimously approved a math summer camp and policy on premature school withdrawals. SWVGS Director Rebecca Phillips suggested that the school needs…