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Theatre jazzing up lighting system

Theatre jazzing up lighting system

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@www.southwesttimes.com Those attending live performances at Pulaski Theatre will be noticing improvements when it comes to the stage lighting. Thanks to a grant from The Randolph House…

Driver on meth who ran into pedestrian pleads guilty

CHRISTIANSBURG – Makayla Jones, 19, of Shawsville, pled guilty to and was found guilty of felony maiming while driving while under the influence of drugs as well as misdemeanor driving…

Fire Parade Photo Gallery

Fire Parade Photo Gallery

Fire prevention programs spread awareness

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@www.southwesttimes.com   For Pulaski Fire Marshal Todd Garwood, public education makes up a majority of his responsibilities. “While it’s not always seen from the public’s point of…

Council adopts resolution supporting county tobacco tax

Council adopts resolution supporting county tobacco tax

By CALVIN PYNN calvin@www.southwesttimes.com   The Pulaski County tobacco tax could be coming closer to fruition, as the Pulaski Town Council voted to adopt a resolution supporting the proposed tax…

Parade lights up Pulaski tonight

October is a favorite time of year for the kids. Besides loading up on candy at Halloween, the month also brings an invasion of fire trucks from all around to…

Students sworn in

Students sworn in

Calvin Pynn/SWT Lydia Blevins (far left) from the Pulaski County School Board clerk’s office, swears in members of the Pulaski County Student Advisory Council Wednesday for the 2014-15 school year.…

Getting back on the road

Getting back on the road

Calvin Pynn/SWT Pulaski firefighters and rescue squad workers band together shortly after 3:30 p.m. Wednesday to pull a car back onto the roadway after it ran off the road at…

Nominations due by Friday to honor businesswomen

Deadline for nominations for the first-ever Women Taking Care of Business recognition is Friday. The salute to professional women who have forged the way for others in their professions is…

Reassessment notices to be mailed Friday

CHRISTIANSBURG – More than 36,000 notices of reassessment will be mailed Friday to all owners of taxable real estate. The 36,191 reassessment notices are not tax bills, but statements of…