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DHS Class of 1954 celebrates 57 years

Members of Dublin High School Class of 1954 and their family and friends recently gathered at the DHS Alumni Picnic Shelter at Randolph Park to celebrate 57 years since graduation.…

Deer feeding ban begins Sept. 1

An annual ban on feeding deer goes into effect Sept. 1 and runs through the first Saturday in January. According to Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, the feeding…

Pre-game Cougar tickets available

Those who would prefer to avoid standing in line to purchase Cougar football tickets on game night can purchase them in advance at four designated locations. According to Pulaski County…

Bridge repairs to impact travel

Repairs to a bridge recently damaged in a wreck is expected to impact traffic on Interstate 81 and Miller Lane in Pulaski County over the next two weeks. According to…

Bethany to assist in adoptions

An organization that has existed for more than 65 years will now be serving Pulaski County by providing pregnancy and family counseling services, as well as foster care programs, refugee…

Bridge repairs to impact travel

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Repairs to a bridge recently damaged in a wreck is expected to impact traffic on Interstate 81 and Miller Lane in Pulaski County over the next…

Boy charged in sister’s shooting

RADFORD – A 10-year-old Radford boy has been charged in connection with the Aug. 12 shooting death of his sister. According to Radford City Police Lt. Andy Wilburn, a juvenile…

Childs, Metzler murderer might alter behavior

CHRISTIANSBURG – In the two years since a Virginia Tech couple was found shot to death off campus, a task force has investigated over 1,300 leads. Still, the case remains…

Student charged in assault death

RADFORD – A Radford University student turned himself in to police Wednesday in connection with the death of a man who was assaulted a week ago. Erik S. Czajkowski, originally…

Hudson helping with recovery

As coastal residents were heading inland to avoid Hurricane Irene, a Newbern resident was preparing to head east to help coordinate recovery efforts. Roger Hudson of the American Red Cross…