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Kids have chance to see 3D printing in action

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com It’s the latest in printing technology and is having major impacts in multiple industries, including health care. Now school-age children in Pulaski County have the chance…

Police: Scam becoming ‘more convincing’

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  “Is that really my grandchild begging for money to get out of jail?” That’s the question Pulaski Police Department says grandparents need to ask themselves if…

Tiebreaker decides golf tourney winner

Tiebreaker decides golf tourney winner

A tiebreaker was needed to decide the winner of Friends of the Ratcliffe’s fifth annual golf tournament held Saturday at Pulaski Country Club. Proceeds benefit Ratcliffe Memorial Transportation Museum in…

One shot, one charged in hostage situation

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  One Dublin man is wounded and another is in custody following a nearly six-hour standoff with police that started when the wounded man was taken hostage.…

Could you live in a 154-square-foot tiny house?

Could you live in a 154-square-foot tiny house?

By Brooke J. Wood brooke@southwesttimes.com Imagine preparing an entire dinner without needing to take more than two steps, or sliding the only closet door over to privatize the bathroom. Such…

Wreck victim remains critical

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com ROANOKE — A West Virginia woman injured Thursday when a tire blew out on a motorcycle on Interstate 81 remains in critical condition, according to Chris…

Bond denied for malicious wounding suspect

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  A Christiansburg man who allegedly broke a Pulaski County woman’s tooth and strangled her in March will continue to be held without bond. Anthony Ray Atkins,…

Inspirational performance

Inspirational performance

Lynn Adams/SWT American gospel quartet The Fairfield Four were at the historic Pulaski Theatre Friday night to kick off the Crooked Road’s second annual Mountains of Music Homecoming. Ada Sherman…

Big Stone Gap police officer accused of sex crimes

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  WISE COUNTY — A Big Stone Gap police officer is suspended after being indicted by a Wise County grand jury last week on 48 sex crimes…

RPD seeks help replacing K-9 Robbie

RPD seeks help replacing K-9 Robbie

By Brooke J. Wood brooke@southwesttimes.com It’s never really been a dog’s life for Robbie. He spent his salad days in Afghanistan chasing down explosives and enemies with Navy SEALs before…