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Looking back at top stories of 2008

(Editor’s Note: Following are the top news stories for 2008 as selected by the editorial staff of The Southwest Times. With the exception of the top story, the selections appear…

Notable residents pass away

Pulaski County lost a number of its most prominent citizens in 2008. These citizens came from a variety of backgrounds and held numerous positions, but the one thing they all…

Looking back at top stories of 2008

(Editor’s Note: Following are the top news stories for 2008 as selected by the editorial staff of The Southwest Times. With the exception of the top story, the selections appear…

Viars charged with involuntary manslaughter

An involuntary manslaughter charge has been filed against a Max Meadows man in connection with a September wreck in Fairlawn that claimed the life of a Floyd County man. Jerry…

Notable residents pass away

Pulaski County lost a number of its most prominent citizens in 2008. These citizens came from a variety of backgrounds and held numerous positions, but the one thing they all…

Master Chef reopens

It’s been much longer than was expected, but Master Chef is slated to reopen today. French Miller, new owner of the restaurant which closed in June, said a lot of…

TVs reported stolen

Wide-screen televisions were probably a hot gift item this Christmas season, but at least two may have been a little hotter than they should have been. Capt. B. G. Wade…

Master Chef reopens

It’s been much longer than was expected, but Master Chef is slated to reopen today. French Miller, new owner of the restaurant which closed in June, said a lot of…

Dublin Fire Department warns of possible scam

Local citizens should be cautious of a possible scam. Dublin Fire Chief Ronnie McClure said he received a report from a Town of Dublin employee who got a call from…

TVs reported stolen

Wide-screen televisions were probably a hot gift item this Christmas season, but at least two may have been a little hotter than they should have been. Capt. B. G. Wade…