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Senior citizen imprisoned for child sexual batteries

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   “A lifetime of good can be ruined by one bad act, and in this case you have two” a judge said Monday to 78-year-old Clarence…

Flooding possible through Wednesday

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Pulaski County and other parts of western and central Virginia are under the gun for possible flooding and severe storms through Wednesday. According to the National…

Wythe Co. authorities search for fugitive who injured deputy

Wythe Co. authorities search for fugitive who injured deputy

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Wythe Co. officials are currently searching for a man who slashed a sheriff’s deputy who confronted him at a riverside bonfire, and then dove into…

Radford Theatre to feature “Wall Crawl for Life”

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   The Radford Theatre and Relay for Life of Radford will team up next weekend for the opening of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to bring their…

Mayor Worrell looks to continue his run for a fourth time

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   “I’m rattling around town all day every day.” That seems to sum up the typical workweek for Mayor Jeff Worrell, who pulls double time as…

Glenn looks to take the town of Pulaski in a ‘new direction’

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Local insurance proprietor and longtime Pulaski resident Nick Glenn is looking to take the mayor’s office as he is running against current Mayor Jeff Worrell…

Help children face a divorce

By LEE ANN MARTIN Pulaski County Social Services Divorce is tough on children.  When parents separate, children ride a roller coaster of emotions.  They can feel angry, sad, anxious and…

Radford church to drum up Caribbean-style worship

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Unity Christian Church in Radford is planning to capture the spirit of paradise with a Caribbean-style Vesper Celebration, titled “Spiritual Steel.” “Spiritual Steel” will take…

General Assembly building new offices

By LAUREN McCLELLAN Capital News Service RICHMOND – The asbestos-laden, mold-infested, leaky office building of the Virginia General Assembly will be replaced by a new building set to open for…

New law restricts local agricultural regulation

By KATE MILLER Capital News Service   RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed into law a bill that restricts Virginia localities’ ability to regulate certain activities at agricultural operations, including…