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Production under way at Falls Stamping

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Production has been under way for several weeks at Falls Stamping & Welding in Pulaski, according to plant manager Dave Fisher. He said eight employees are…

NRCC wraps up first 3-D printing class

NRCC wraps up first 3-D printing class

By AMANDA ALLEN Special to the SWT CHRISTIANSBURG – Visiting a college during final exam time, one often finds quiet classrooms filled with pensive students. But at New River Community…

House Republicans unveil education reforms

By Margo Maier Capital News Service   RICHMOND – House Republican leaders outlined their K-12 education agenda for the 2015 General Assembly on Thursday, echoing several goals announced by Democratic…

YEA! chapter eyed for Pulaski

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@southwesttimes.com   Over the course of this year, 24 Pulaski students will participate in a national business startup program and learn the ropes of real-world entrepreneurship. The…

Girl Scouts going gluten free with new cookie

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com If you like Girl Scout cookies, but are on a gluten-free diet, you’re in luck this year. Girl Scouts has added a new gluten-free Trios cookie,…

Goodwill receives Clean Business Award

Goodwill receives Clean Business Award

Pulaski County Clean Community Council has awarded its January Clean Business Award to Goodwill Industries in Fairlawn. The Council is appreciative of Goodwill Industries for setting a standard of excellence…

Wythe County releases new road map

WYTHEVILLE – The Wythe County administrator’s office has unveiled the 2015 official Wythe County road map. In addition to including all named roads in the county, the 27×40-inch map includes…

Farmers may have to look elsewhere for fertilizer

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Area farmers may have to look somewhere besides Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority for fertilizing their fields this year. The cost of applying biosolids (sewage…

Paljug named Pulaski building official

Paljug named Pulaski building official

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Jason Paljug was sworn in Wednesday as Pulaski’s new building official. He has served as an engineering technician for the town since March. Pulaski Town Council…

National Bank boosts United Way Campaign

National Bank boosts United Way Campaign

National Bank recently presented its corporate donation to Pulaski County United Way for the 2014-15 campaign. Through the corporate donation made by National Bank, the 20 partner agencies of PCUW…