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Injuries ‘minor’ in Rt. 11, Hatcher wreck

A mother and daughter received minor injuries Thursday when their pickup truck flipped on Route 11. Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Jeff Saunders said Margaret Hurst of Pulaski was traveling…

Disaster loan deadline nearing

Even those with insured tornado losses shouldn’t wait to receive their settlements before applying for a disaster assistance loan, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. “If someone does not…

Interstate blasting resumes today

CHRISTIANSBURG – Blasting along Interstate 81, which was stopped earlier, resumed today, with southbound traffic now being detoured around the construction zone. The blasting is part of a project to…

Martins Pharmacy: Going strong at 100

Pharmacies have been in business in this town since the days of Martin’s Tank and through the years of Pulaski City and now the town of Pulaski. Martin’s Pharmacy, on…

University Radford, transit in progress

RADFORD –Citizens and colleges students will have a new way to get about the city next week as a new transit system takes to the city streets Monday, Aug. 8.…

Town hall efficiency meeting postponed

A town hall meeting planned for Tuesday night to get citizen input on how to improve efficiency within the school system and county has been postponed. The meeting has been…

Skunk tally growing in Northwest Pulaski

Some people count stars in the skies, some count sheep, but in Northwest Pulaski, the residents have been counting a less-elusive tally – skunks. Buz Booker of Jefferson Avenue said…

Sister’s bravery shields toddler from injury

By JONATHAN HOOKS jonathan@southwesttimes.com It is often possible to find bravery in places you would least expect it. How a person will act when presented with a dramatic situation that…

Wrestling legend visits Dublin

More than 300 people came out to Dublin Walmart Wednesday evening to get legendary wrestler Ric Flair’s autograph. Fans of all ages weaved through the aisles in the garden center…

Road projects move forward

Two grants exceeding $750,000 will allow Route 11 improvements to be made to a college entrance and an intersection. Pulaski County Board of Supervisors voted Monday night to enter into…