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Wythe County Community Hospital welcomes new human resources director

WYTHEVILLE – Wythe County Community Hospital has announced that Kristie Walker, MPH, SPHR, SHRM-SCP has joined the hospital as human resources director. Walker comes with a wealth of experience within…

Virginia Tech to research production, use, and economic impact of industrial hemp

BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech will be able to begin research on growing industrial hemp in the commonwealth as a result of a new state law and the establishment of an…

Farmers: Closing elk hunting would put farms, drivers at risk

TAZEWELL — A proposal by the Virginia Board of Game and Inland Fisheries to close the elk hunting season in 31 counties west of the Blue Ridge is cause for…

FSA signature policy reaffirmed

Using the correct signature when doing business with the Farm Service Agency can save time and prevent a delay in program benefits. The following are FSA signature guidelines: Spouses may…

McCready proposes shifting funds to free clinic

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com A Pulaski County supervisor would like to see at least $33,000 in increased funding requested by Pulaski County Health Department allocated to the Free Clinic of…

Critzer kids get the ‘Harley’ experience

Critzer kids get the ‘Harley’ experience

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com   Some students eagerly jumped on board while others were a little leery of getting too close, but all of the students in Ericka Lytton’s Reverse…

Mom is teacher, encourager, defender, supporter

WHY MOM IS SO SPECIAL My mom is part of all the best memories in my life. As the youngest child in my family (until a 15-year delayed “surprise”) I…

Robinson garners DAR Good Citizen award

Samala Kristyn Robinson, a senior at Pulaski County High School and daughter of Bruce and Emily Robinson of Pulaski, has been chosen as the Count Pulaski Chapter, National Daughters of…

Pulaski elementary students try to set reading world record

This summer, more than 500 students at Pulaski Elementary School will try to set a new world record for reading. The students are participating in the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge,…

Women in Computing Day

Women in Computing Day

Courtesy photos Seventh-grade girls from Dublin and Pulaski middle schools recently attended the 17th annual Women in Computing Day at Virginia Tech. Event sessions are designed to interest girls in…