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Police seeking robbery suspect

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  CHRISTIANSBURG — Authorities are seeking a male suspect in connection with a robbery at BB&T on Peppers Ferry Road in Christiansburg Tuesday. According to Christiansburg Police…

Police: kids in car traveling over 110 mph

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com CARROLL COUNTY — Authorities say a South Carolina man had three children in his car while driving in excess of 110 mph on Interstate 77 New…

New Year’s fire destroys Pulaski home

New Year’s fire destroys Pulaski home

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  New Year’s Day brought a fire that destroyed a family of four’s home Sunday. Pulaski Fire Chief Brandon Hamblin said the residents were at home, but…

Get thinner to be a winner in 2017

You’ve seen The Biggest Loser™ on TV, now it’s your turn to change your life and begin the journey towards a healthy lifestyle. Pulaski YMCA and The Southwest Times are…

NE Pulaski area to be without water

The Pulaski Department of Public Works will be replacing a check valve on Route 11 near Memorial Drive beginning at 8 p.m. today, which will necessitate turning off water to…

NRCC Pharmacy Tech graduates first class

NRCC Pharmacy Tech graduates first class

Courtesy photo New River Community College’s first pharmacy technician training students have successfully completed their coursework. Graduates are (front, from left) Katie Begley, Fairlawn; Lacey Skinnell, Dublin; Jenna Barker, Dublin;…

Utt: Safety is goal of Rte. 99 traffic study

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com Worries by some about changes to the section of Route 99/ Main Street between Duncan Avenue and Bob White Boulevard in Pulaski may be much…

Maryland man charged in fatal wreck

RUSSELL COUNTY — A Maryland man Sunday became the second person to be arrested on serious felony charges as a result of separate fatal head-on collisions in southwest Virginia over…

‘A Year of Great Change’ Astrologer and medium make projections for 2017 and beyond

‘A Year of Great Change’ Astrologer and medium make  projections for 2017 and beyond

By BROOKE WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com Some people say they’re glad to bid farewell to 2016. Others think it was a banner year. Regardless of how one views the past year, it…

Possible exchange of child porn probed

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  Authorities are exploring the possibility a Hiwassee man exchanged communications of a sexual nature with a juvenile he allegedly traveled to meet in the Richmond area…