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Arrests made in soda machine burglaries

Two Roanoke residents were arrested early Sunday for attempting to break into soda machines outside a Pulaski grocery store, according to police. Pulaski Police Chief Gary Roche said members of…

K-9 sweep nets drugs at apartment complex

An early Monday morning sweep of Meadowview Apartments in Pulaski led to search warrants that resulted in the seizure of illegal narcotics and drug paraphernalia, according to police. Law enforcement…

Trail kiosks dedicated at Claytor Lake State Park

With childhood obesity quickly becoming an epidemic in this country, two organizations, Saturday, dedicated a new way for children to get out into nature and allow themselves a self-guided hike…

Dublin doctor’s license suspended

A Dublin doctor whose license was suspended in 2008 after she pleaded guilty to welfare fraud, has had her license suspended again – this time “indefinitely.” According to an order…

Is one-world rule coming?

By J.R. SCHRADER Legislation is passed by governing entities locally, statewide, nationally and globally with little fanfare and little public input. However, that legislation usually has major, if not gigantic,…

Guns-N-Hoses nets about $10K

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com The third year of the Guns-N-Hoses Charity Softball Game turned out to be the charm for Safe Haven Child Visitation Centers for the New River Valley.…

new PCHS principal appointed

A former teacher, superintendent and coach with 18 years of school administration experience will take over as principal of Pulaski County High School effective Monday. Michael S. Myers comes to…

O’Reilly’s coming to Dublin

Only weeks after opening a new store in Fairlawn, work has begun on a new O’Reilly’s Auto Parts store in Dublin. “From start to finish, the store is scheduled to…

Pulaski native Hiltzheimer dies

A Pulaski native who rose to head Sea-Land Service Inc., one of the leading containerized shipping companies in the world, Charles I. Hiltzheimer, died in late June in Charlottesville. A…

State police warn of email hoax

Authorities are warning citizens to be cautious of any email claiming to be a traffic ticket from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles or Virginia State Police. According to Sgt.…