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Trail hikers sought

APPALACHIAN TRAIL – The Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking five hikers for questioning in connection with the death of an Indiana man whose body was found near the Appalachia…

Centenarian celebrates birthday

Imagine living through two world wars, a prohibition and it’s repeal, a depression, a presidential assassination, two George Bush’s, and the rise of cell phone’s and other portable electronics. Pulaski…

Masons to hold Alzheimer’s Walk

The Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons in Virginia is seeking participants for a Southwest Virginia Alzheimer’s Walk it is sponsoring Saturday, Sept. 24, at Randolph Park in Dublin. Registration for…

Pulaski Daily Bread seeking volunteers

With “loving hands and open hearts,” volunteers at Pulaski Daily Bread perform a variety of tasks each day to help others in the community, according to Director Debbi Harrell. In…

Vet cemetery to receive Blue Star marker

Southwest Virginia Veterans Cemetery in Dublin will become the latest location to receive a Blue Star Memorial By-Way Marker Saturday. The marker, being placed by the Blue Ridge and Southwest…

D’Amico officer assault certified

CHRISTIANSBURG – Charges against a Pulaski County physician will be decided in Montgomery County Circuit Court after a felony assault was certified to the grand jury Tuesday and three other…

Claytor Lake ‘calm’ over holiday

With most people occupied by Virginia Tech’s season opener against Appalachian State on Saturday, the waters of Claytor Lake were relatively calm for a holiday weekend. Although the number of…

Veterans Cemetery to receive Blue Star marker

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Southwest Virginia Veterans Cemetery in Dublin will become the latest location to receive a Blue Star Memorial By-Way Marker Saturday. The marker, being placed by the…

VT Cadets helping to keep memorial open

BLACKSBURG – When a member of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets found out in 2001 that the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford was facing bankruptcy, he decided something had…

Jobs funds going where needed?

A federal loan fund created to encourage banks to help small businesses create jobs has distributed almost $1.8 billion since late June, but whether the money is getting to areas…