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Woman held without bond in May stabbing

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  A 43-year-old Pulaski woman allegedly involved in a disagreement that led to a stabbing will not be released on bond. Raquel Powell Martin, who is charged…

VDOT cut violates AEP boundary, creates ‘eyesore’

VDOT cut violates AEP boundary, creates ‘eyesore’

By Brooke J. Wood brooke@southwesttimes.com A Pulaski County resident told supervisors this week that a recent brush cutting along Lowman’s Ferry Road had created an “eyesore.” The roadwork was completed…

Mortar was scarce in old board building

Mortar was scarce in old board building

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com There wasn’t much mortar holding the bricks together on the old Pulaski County School Board building that was demolished this past weekend, according to Pulaski County…

Reminder this Independence Day weekend: Dogs and fireworks are not a good mix

By Bill Foy Special to the SWT As you consider plans to take in a fireworks display this coming Independence Day weekend, it should probably go without saying – it’s…

Brewster bids farewell as superintendent

Brewster bids farewell as superintendent

By Brooke J. Wood brooke@southwesttimes.com On his last day as superintendent of Pulaski County Public Schools, Dr. Thomas Brewster was guest of honor at a farewell reception Thursday at Al’s…

Donations pour in for W.Va. flood relief

Donations pour in for W.Va. flood relief

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com When word got out that AmeriCare Plus in Pulaski was collecting items to take to West Virginia flood victims, donations started pouring in. “The donations ……

Bear sightings close overlook temporarily

Bear sightings close overlook temporarily

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com  Bears are in their natural element in the woods, but when they start showing up at locations frequented by people, there could be trouble. At least…

Sales tax sets records, benefits county

By Brooke J. Wood brooke@southwesttimes.com Revenue from sales tax continues to set records in Pulaski County, often exceeding monies from the same time periods during the past 12 years. Of…

Worrell ends 18 years on town council

Worrell ends 18 years on town council

By Brooke J. Wood brooke@southwesttimes.com Today closes an era in Pulaski history as Jeff Worrell’s 18-year tenure on town council comes to a close. During the past eight years as…

County asks citizens to complete Internet survey

By Brooke J. Wood brooke@southwesttimes.com Pulaski County wants to know what citizens expect and need as far as Internet service in hopes of laying the groundwork to expand and improve…