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Boucher announces Ninth District eligible for funds

Washington, D.C. – As a result of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act approved by Congress, the U.S. Department of Justice has made available nearly $1 million in Edward Byrne…

No biosolids thus far

Unless the quality improves soon, it appears there won’t be any biosolids (treated sewer sludge) available to fertilize fields this spring. Mac McCutchan, superintendent at Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment…

The Southwest Times to survive tough economy

Despite layoffs and closings at newspapers across the country, The Southwest Times is here to stay according to Jim Perry, publisher of the newspaper. Perry reassurred staff members at a…

Local principals honored

The Pulaski County School Board honored three local elementary school principals in recognition of the achievement of their schools based on the Virginia Board of Education’s Virginia Index of Performance…

No biosolids thus far

Unless the quality improves soon, it appears there won’t be any biosolids (treated sewer sludge) available to fertilize fields this spring. Mac McCutchan, superintendent at Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment…

Local principals honored

The Pulaski County School Board honored three local elementary school principals in recognition of the achievement of their schools based on the Virginia Board of Education’s Virginia Index of Performance…

Crockett-Stark against safety rest area closures

WYTHEVILLE – Sixth District Delegate Anne B. Crockett-Stark (R-Wythe) is urging citizens to speak out against Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) decision to close 25 of the 43 safety rest…

Boucher announces Ninth District eligible for funds

Washington, D.C. – As a result of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act approved by Congress, the U.S. Department of Justice has made available nearly $1 million in Edward Byrne…

No decision made on possible school closing

Natural boundaries, transportation, and the emotions of their children were three of the main concerns expressed by parents and citizens gathered at a public hearing Thursday night regarding potential attendance…

Gatewood Reservoir nears full level

Last fall, Gatewood Reservoir was at its lowest level since the late 1990s. Now, it’s almost back to full pond. As of Thursday, the reservoir was just 4.32 feet below…