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Radford Library holding book sale

Radford Public Library is holding a book sale Friday through Sunday, May 18-20. Proceeds go to Lamplighters, an organization that funds many of the library’s programs. Hours are 10 am.…

VT community remembers President Emeritus Charles W. Steger 

Hundreds gathered at Virginia Tech on Monday afternoon to mourn and remember the life of Virginia Tech President Emeritus Charles William Steger Jr., who guided the university into the 21st…

Hoke named new Economic Development Director for Radford

By DAVID GRAVELY editor@southwesttimes.com RADFORD – The city of Radford has announced the hiring of Blair Hoke as their new Economic Development Director. She began her duties there effective May…

Letters from Radford’s past to appear on “Antiques Roadshow”

Letters from Radford’s past to appear on “Antiques Roadshow”

Everyone dreams of making it to the PBS “Antiques Roadshow” and appearing on a televised segment. For Sue Bell, descendant of the City of Radford’s Gen. Gabriel C. and Nannie…

Times queries citizens on variety of topics

By WILLIAM PAINE william.paine@southwesttimes.com Our quest to get to know our readers continues this week as we randomly ask the citizens of Pulaski County four questions from the Southwest Times.…

Anderson Memorial to host Daily Bread benefit

On the afternoon of May 20, musical talent from around the community will come together at Anderson Memorial Presbyterian Church to raise money and awareness for the Pulaski Daily Bread.…

Wells Fargo to close Pulaski branch

By DAVID GRAVELY editor@southwesttimes.com Customers of the Pulaski branch of Wells Fargo may soon be looking for a new bank or traveling further to continue using their account after a…

Students recognized for leadership

Students recognized for leadership

William Paine/SWT Five Pulaski County High School sophomores were recognized recently when they were presented with the “I Dare You Youth Award.” This is a certificate of recognition of 10th…

Kid’s Fishing Day another huge success

Kid’s Fishing Day another huge success

By DAVID GRAVELY and WILLIAM PAINE editor@southwesttimes.com Warm, sunny weather and over 1,500 stocked trout proved to be too much to miss for the largest turnout ever in the history…

House fire provides local departments training

House fire provides local departments training

By WILLIAM PAINE william.paine@southwesttimes.com A house fire broke out in Hiwassee resulting in no injuries and no loss of property value, as both the Snowville and Hiwassee volunteer fire departments…