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Wrecks claim two area motorcyclists

The lives of two more Virginia motorcyclists were claimed Friday in separate wrecks in Wythe and Henry counties. The deaths follow an announcement from Virginia State Police last week that…

Boucher one of 219 to pass Clean Energy Security Act

Ninth District Congressman Rick Boucher (D-Virginia) was one of the 219 legislators who narrowly passed the Clean Energy Security Act in the U.S. House of Representatives Friday night. In a…

Wrecks claim two area motorcyclists

The lives of two more Virginia motorcyclists were claimed Friday in separate wrecks in Wythe and Henry counties. The deaths follow an announcement from Virginia State Police last week that…

Former Pulaski police officer released on bond

A former Pulaski police officer arrested on drug charges in two neighboring counties has been released on bond. According to officials at New River Valley Regional Jail, Christopher Franklin Bond…

Outage leaves over 4100 without power

Nearly a quarter of Appalachian Power Company’s customers in Pulaski County were without power for almost four hours Wednesday. Appalachian spokesman John Shepelwich said the 3:32 p.m. outage was the…

Former Pulaski police officer released on bond

A former Pulaski police officer arrested on drug charges in two neighboring counties has been released on bond. According to officials at New River Valley Regional Jail, Christopher Franklin Bond…

Hearing on AEP rate increase July 1

Citizens with concerns about Appalachian Power’s fuel rate request can express those concerns during a public hearing on July 1 in Wytheville. The State Corporation Commission (SCC) will hold the…

Outage leaves over 4100 without power

Nearly a quarter of Appalachian Power Company’s customers in Pulaski County were without power for almost four hours Wednesday. Appalachian spokesman John Shepelwich said the 3:32 p.m. outage was the…

Fairlawn Bojangles robbed Thursday night

The Fairlawn Bojangles was robbed Thursday night when an employee was strapped with a device he believed to be a bomb and was ordered to bring the robber money from…

Hearing on AEP rate increase July 1

Citizens with concerns about Appalachian Power’s fuel rate request can express those concerns during a public hearing on July 1 in Wytheville. The State Corporation Commission (SCC) will hold the…