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Canoe trip turns to heartbreak for couple

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  Families are holding loved ones a bit closer and petty disputes seem especially trivial today after a Sunday afternoon canoeing accident on the New River turned…

Flu clinics to be offered to elementary students

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com Influenza vaccines will be available to all elementary students in Pulaski County this fall. The vaccines were made available to all middle and high school…

Mom faces life term for infant’s wounds

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com The mother of an 8-month-old child who suffered permanent brain injuries as a result of abuse could receive life in prison when she’s sentenced in December.…

Pulaski board gives OK for mural on Main

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Work is to get under way this weekend on two murals at 16 East Main Street in Pulaski after the town’s Architectural Review Board (ARB) approved…

Novelist to speak at Draper Merc

Novelist to speak at Draper Merc

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com In less than two years, Kristy Woodson Harvey published two novels with Penguin Random House, and has just signed a contract with Simon & Schuster…

Celebrity chefs promote local farms, food

Celebrity chefs promote local farms, food

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com A rising celebrity chef is about to help take a Pulaski County restaurant’s menu to the next level starting with a farm tour on Monday.…

PRECIOUS CARGO

PRECIOUS CARGO

7 bus drivers with almost 300 years of experience relate some of their favorite – and harrowing – stories By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com They’ve logged countless hours and years…

The one day when left is right

The one day when left is right

By Lynn Adams editor@southwesttimes.com There’s a prevailing rule of thumb when it comes to men who wear earrings: Left is right and right is wrong. But if you’re among the…

Being left-handed has its advantages

Being left-handed has its advantages

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com As a left-handed person, Joe Guthrie had to learn to make some adjustments in life. But he says being among the approximately 10 percent of the…

Layman tried to become a ‘righty’

Layman tried to become a ‘righty’

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  When left-handed Pulaski County attorney Rod Layman was growing up, he tried his best to learn how to eat right-handed, he thinks because he was embarrassed…