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Bad moon a risin’

Bad moon a risin’

Dave Gravely/SWT Sunday was a special day as a rare event was visible throughout our area, but only when you were able to find a break in the clouds. The…

King holiday brings colder weather

King holiday brings colder weather

By WILLIAM PAINE william.paine@southwesttimes.com Sunday morning brought blue skies and mild temperatures to many residents of Virginia, but that changed rapidly in a 24-hour period. According to the National Weather…

Date set for road rage case

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com A two-day jury trial is set in the case of a Pulaski man accused of shooting an arrow into a vehicle during an alleged road rage…

Pulaski PD presented four-year accreditation

Pulaski PD presented four-year accreditation

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Representatives of Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission (VLEPSC) officially presented Pulaski Police Department with its fourth four-year accreditation certificate during Pulaski Town Council’s recent work…

PCHS seniors eligible for Jean Evans Memorial Scholarship

By DAVID GRAVELY editor@southwesttimes.com Pulaski County High School seniors who have plans to attend college are encouraged to participate in the Jean Evans Memorial Scholarship Essay Competition. The scholarship, which…

RU gift gives senior caregivers a break

RU gift gives senior caregivers a break

Staff Report Senior caregivers in the New River Valley have a chance to take a break from the continuous care they provide thanks to a gift Radford University made to…

Critzer recognizes Robertson

Critzer recognizes Robertson

William Paine/SWT At the recent meeting of the Pulaski County School Board, Critzer Elementary School recognized Kendra Robertson as their teacher of the month. The person nominating her said, “Kendra…

General Assembly considers legalizing sports betting

By Andrew Gionfriddo and Ben Burstein Capital News Service RICHMOND — Virginia would become the ninth state to legalize sports betting under legislation being considered by the General Assembly this…

Virginia lawmakers eye paid family leave

By Daniel Berti Capital News Service RICHMOND — Democratic lawmakers have introduced legislation that would provide Virginia workers up to three months of paid family and medical leave every year.…

Lady Cougars stumble against Patrick Henry

Lady Cougars stumble against Patrick Henry

By DAVID GRAVELY sports@southwesttimes.com   Winning is tough, but it’s even tougher against a solid team of athletic and older players who’ve been deep in the playoffs together before. That…