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Wythe County to collect household hazardous waste Saturday

Residents of Wythe County will have an opportunity to get rid of hazardous household waste this Saturday, free of charge. The annual hazardous waste day is an opportunity for citizens…

Maple Shade lot to get facelift

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   Potholes and missing pavement have plagued it for a number of years, but the parking lot at Maple Shade Plaza will soon be getting a…

Beans and Rice helps two Pulaski County schools obtain grants

By SHANNON WATKINS shannon@southwesttimes.com   Beans and Rice, which applied in conjunction with the Pulaski County school system, has again obtained three-year grant money for enhancement out of school programs…

Dublin seeing increase in delinquent taxes

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   If you owe taxes to the town of Dublin, you might want to consider paying up. With tax delinquencies increasing every year, along with the…

Get ready for PulaskiFest

PulaskiFest 2013 is being held Saturday, Sept. 28, in Jackson Park in historic downtown Pulaski from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.   PulaskiFest goes back many years. The first grand celebration…

VDOT to study need for stoplight

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   Virginia Department of Transportation will look into the possibility of installing a stoplight at the intersection of Newbern Road and Cougar Trail. Draper District Supervisor…

VDGIF seeks public comment on trout management plan

By TRAVIS HANDY travis@southwesttimes.com   The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) will be hosting a series of eight meetings seeking public comment on a newly initiated process…

Women of Moose help ‘Supplies for Seniors’

Women of Moose help ‘Supplies for Seniors’

Pulaski Women of the Moose Chapter 2301 recently presented a $500 donation to Pulaski Retired and Senior Volunteer Program’s (RSVP) “Supplies for Seniors” project. This is the sixth year RSVP…

4-H Shooting Education Club taking aim

Shooting sports are the second most popular international sport behind track and field; and, interestingly enough, shooting sports are usually uniquely a lifetime sport. Building on this popularity, two Pulaski…

Dog leash ordinance reminder

Residents of the town of Pulaski have recently made complaints to town offices about dog owners not cleaning up after their pets, which in direct violation of the town’s dog…