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Brazilian company bringing new jobs to county

Brazilian company bringing new jobs to county

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com A Brazilian-based company will be bringing 40 new jobs to Pulaski County when it invests $4.9 million in a new manufacturing plant — the first…

Fort Chiswell wins thriller against Radford

Fort Chiswell wins thriller against Radford

By RODNEY KING SWT Sports Writer MAX MEADOWS – The Fort Chiswell Pioneers scored on the last play of the game when Tanner Bailey hit Denver Brown with a four-yard…

Glencoe Mansion hosting Herzog reception

Glencoe Mansion Museum & Gallery will hold a reception for its newest gallery show, “Something Old, Something New,” which features the watercolor and acrylic paintings of Frank Herzog, Sept. 19, …

Pete Huber named interim town manager

Pete Huber will serve as Amherst, Virginia’s interim town manager starting Monday, working four days a week for four months. Huber, who retired as Pulaski County’s administrator in January, will…

Virtual reality becoming reality in Pulaski

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com Pulaski Town Council has given the approval needed for Next Level Virtual Reality to move forward with opening a virtual reality (VR) center on West Main…

PCHS Hall of Fame inductees named

Pulaski County High School Hall of Fame Committee recently announced five new inductees for 2017.  The inductees are all PCHS graduates and represent a wide variety of achievements and contributions.…

The Angler’s Voice: Huff, ANRV invested in bringing big fish back to Claytor Lake

The Angler’s Voice: Huff, ANRV invested in bringing big fish back to Claytor Lake

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com Brandon Huff remembers when angling with his grandfather on Claytor Lake’s waters meant pulling in as much as 20 pounds of bass in one boat…

Residents urged to prepare for Irma

Residents urged to prepare for Irma

By BROOKE J. WOOD brooke@southwesttimes.com Those who remember Hurricane Hugo will probably be the first ones to prepare for the most likely track of Irma as she moves up the…

Signal changes coming to Route 114 intersections

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com In an effort to improve safety, highway officials will install new flashing yellow arrows at three lighted intersections in Fairlawn next week. According to Virginia Department…

Sex offender case delayed for more charges

By MELINDA WILLIAMS melinda@southwesttimes.com The case of a registered sex offender accused of sexually assaulting minors while out on bond in April was postponed Wednesday pending disposition of additional charges…