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Meeting set for those interested in Pulaski’s LOVEwork

By WILLIAM PAINE william.paine@southwesttimes.com The town of Pulaski and Pulaski On Main, the Virginia Main Street Affiliate, are once again inviting residents to offer ideas and inspirations for Pulaski’s own…

Pulaski County 4-H looking to put more teens in action

By WILLIAM PAINE william.paine@southwesttimes.com The Pulaski County 4-H Teens in Action (TIA) is looking for new members, but who are these teens and what kind of action do they do?…

Incoming PCHS freshmen planning session coming soon

By DAVID GRAVELY editor@southwesttimes.com You’ve dreaded the day for years and will never be completely mentally ready for the shock, but the scheduling process for those students who will join…

Scholarship pageants seek local contestants

Scholarship pageants seek local contestants

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Contestants ages 13-25 are being sought from throughout Virginia for area scholarship pageants that are open preliminaries to the Miss Virginia and Miss America pageants. The…

Navy band performing in Blacksburg

Staff Report BLACKSBURG — New River Valley residents will be among a limited number of citizens to be treated to a performance by the U.S. Navy Concert Band during its…

Bank of Marion to help furloughed govt workers

The Bank of Marion has begun efforts to help Federal Government employees who aren’t receiving paychecks due to the current partial government shutdown. The bank has offered to assist those…

Virginia redesigns inspection stickers

Virginia redesigns inspection stickers

Staff Report A recent change in placement of Virginia automobile inspection stickers has prompted Virginia State Police Safety Division to redesign and reduce the size of the sticker. “The change…

Senate kills minimum wage bill in party-line vote

By Maryum Elnasseh Capital News Service RICHMOND — A Senate bill that would have raised Virginia’s minimum wage is dead — much to the dismay of more than two-dozen advocates…

New River offers Microsoft Office classes

By WILLIAM PAINE william.paine@southwesttimes.com New River Community College will offer several one-day workshops on Microsoft Office computer programs in January and February. “Excel: Part 1” will cover formulas and functions,…

James ‘Jimmy’ William Quesenberry

James “Jimmy” William Quesenberry, 71, of Draper, Va., passed away peacefully at home Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019, after a long battle with cancer. He was born Oct. 25, 1947, to…

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