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Benefit Ride Planned for Wytheville Woman

By SARAH BRADBURY sarah@southwesttimes.com   Sarah King is a 26 year old woman from Pulaski, now living in Wytheville, who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident March 14 in…

7 Bridges crosses over to Pulaski

By SHANNON WATKINS shannon@southwesttimes.com   The Pulaski Theatre doesn’t quite qualify as Hotel California, but it’s good enough for Eagles cover band 7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience, who will…

Pepper’s Ferry recognizes Conner’s service

Pepper’s Ferry recognizes Conner’s service

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority presented Frank Conner with a resolution Thursday recognizing him for his years of service to the Authority’s board of…

‘Methadone clinic’ almost licensed

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   Licensing is almost completed for a “methadone clinic” that will be locating in Pulaski Mall. Les Saltzberg, director of licensing for Virginia Department of Health…

Track star pleads to reduced charge

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   Former Pulaski County High School track star Sydney Anderson pleaded guilty Friday to misdemeanor assault under a plea agreement supported by the victim and her…

Hospital creates new award to recognize outstanding employees

Hospital creates new award to recognize outstanding employees

LewisGale Hospital Pulaski is recognized nationally for providing high-quality care. Chief Executive Officer Mark Nichols credits much of the hospital’s success to its employees. It’s the reason the hospital created…

Artists’ reception gives a taste of culture

Artists’ reception gives a taste of culture

By SHANNON WATKINS shannon@southwesttimes.com   If you can enjoy tapas—Spanish cuisine’s answer to appetizers—in the world of food, why not in the realm of art? This was the driving principle…

Flannel pajama collection leads to endowed scholarship

Flannel pajama collection leads to endowed scholarship

By AMANDA ALLEN NRCC public relations   It all started with several years’ worth of red flannel pajamas. In perhaps one of the most unique stories behind a New River…

‘Community Conversations’ identify needs of aging community

By TRAVIS HANDY travis@southwesttimes.com   In April, New River Valley Agency on Aging (AOA) hosted five Community Conversations on Aging throughout its service area, which includes the counties of Floyd,…

Wythe County launches inmate litter pickup program

By TRAVIS HANDY travis@southwesttimes.com   Roadways throughout Wythe County will become a little cleaner as a result of an effort by the county’s Board of Supervisors to use more inmate…