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  1. Robert Lee ChinaultRead the original story

    Wednesday | Southwest Times

    Born Nov. 3, 1938, in Marion, Va., he was son of the late William and Rethia Marie Chinault. His daughter, Cynthia Lynn Chinault, also preceded him in death.

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  2. Tournament to make for busy weekendRead the original story

    Yesterday | Southwest Times

    It's going to be a busy weekend as hundreds of boys and girls basketball players, accompanied by their coaches and families, pour into Pulaski County Saturday for the 11th Annual Cougar Classic tournament. Karen Frazier of the sponsoring Pulaski County Fastbreak Club said 62 teams from Virginia, North Carolina, West Virginia and Tennessee have signed up to take part in the AAU event.

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  3. Cigarette tax referred to senate committeeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Southwest Times

    The proposed cigarette tax for Pulaski and Montgomery counties is currently being considered in Richmond as the Virginia General Assembly is in session. Pulaski County Administrator Pete Huber gave an update on the proposed tax during the county's Board of Supervisors meeting this week.

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  4. Board approves change of location for adult day serviceRead the original story

    Wednesday | Southwest Times

    The Pulaski Adult Day Service and Fall Prevention Center will officially be constructed on the site of the old Dublin Primary School. The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors approved the location change during its January meeting Monday night following a public hearing to collect public input on the change.

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  5. Philip M. Sadler Jr.Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Southwest Times

    The Earth became a bit less interesting with the passing of Philip M. Sadler Jr. on Jan. 20, 2015, after a brief illness. Known as Flip in his younger years, Phil grew up in Pulaski, Va., the son of the late Philip M. Sadler Sr. and Anne Pritchett Sadler.

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  6. Pulaski musician plays to the beat of his own drumRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Southwest Times

    A 1962 Seeburg jukebox sits in Keith Chinault's living room, flashing lights and emitting a booming sound that emulates a long-past era of rock 'n' roll. Before sitting down in his kitchen, he presses the orange buttons on the jukebox's surface to cue up several singles.

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  7. 911 dispatch center movesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Southwest Times

    Pulaski County will open its new 911 communications center Tuesday when the emergency-response staff transitions from the old center at 86 E. Main St. to the new center located within the new Pulaski County Sheriff's Office at 802 E. Main St. in Pulaski. That is the cutoff date for the county's dispatch services to assume operations, according to the communication center's executive director, Chris Akers.

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  8. Inmate sentenced to 20 years for malicious woundingRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Southwest Times

    A Dublin man incarcerated at the New River Valley Regional Jail was sentenced to 20 years in a Virginia correctional facility Thursday for severely injuring another inmate in a brawl last spring. Michael Harvey, 45, was being held at the jail on a firearms possession after felony charge when he and the other inmate became involved in a dispute on April 3, 2014.

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  9. Della's Diner' serving up musical comedyRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Southwest Times

    Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley and Pulaski Theatre will serve up a delicious comedy with outrageous country-fried characters as Springer Theatricals returns to town in February with its latest musical comedy, "Della's Diner." "Della's Diner" tells the tale of Della's mixed-up relationships and the threatened future of her diner.

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  10. Freddie Jordan CrockettRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Southwest Times

    He was born Nov. 28, 1948, in Pulaski, the son of the late Walter M. Crockett and Mary Joyce Burton Crockett. Freddie was retired from Lynchburg Foundry in Radford, and worked at Downtown Exxon in Pulaski.

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  11. Town leaders become - Big for a Day'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Southwest Times

    Calvin Pynn/SWT Town leaders gather Wednesday afternoon with their "littles" at the Raymond F. Ratcliffe Transportation Museum at the end of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Virginia "Big for a Day" event. From top are Julian Miller, Building Official Jason Paljug, Memphis Taylor, Project Engineer Craig Quinn, Daidrean Conner, Police Chief Gary Roche, Noah Bugg, James Hardie Plant Manager Mike Byrd, David Nixon, Economic Development Director John White, Zach Fenner and Fire Marshal Todd Garwood.

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  12. Pulaski woman jailed for injuries to 1-year-oldRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Southwest Times

    A Pulaski woman has been jailed without bond and is facing charges related to burns inflicted on a 1-year-old child. Pulaski police arrested Logan Hunter Quesenberry, 22, of Pulaski, Tuesday after investigating an incident involving the aggravated malicious wounding of the child.

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  13. Winter activities include snow slime, crafts and a movieRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Southwest Times

    Snow experiments are just one of the children's activities being offered by Pulaski County Library System during the winter. Winter activities get under way with "Crafternoon" on Thursday.

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  14. Main Street development project moving forwardRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Southwest Times

    As the first phase of the project to redevelop Pulaski's West Main Street recently ended, Phase 2 will be under way starting next month. The plan was proposed to Pulaski Town Council Tuesday night the January work session.

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  15. Students lend helping hand for day of serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Southwest Times

    For most students at Radford University, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an extra day off before they go back to the normal routine of the semester. For others, it's a chance to give back to the community.

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  16. Valley's Infant Phone SystemsRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | Southwest Times

    Alexander Graham Bell was about ready to try to communicate with his assistant, when he suddenly upset a battery, spilling the acid on his clothing. Impulsively he called out, "Mr. Watson, come here.

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  17. NRCC scholarship deadline approachingRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | Southwest Times

    These scholarships support studies at NRCC during the academic year beginning in August. Scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded to qualified persons.

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  18. German company acquires Pulaski textile manufacturerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Southwest Times

    The company, called Heytex, is purchasing BondCote as part of a global growth strategy to expand its worldwide portfolio. Heytex currently has centers in Bramsch and Neugersdorf, Germany, and Zhangiagang, China.

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  19. Pulaski Yankees announce 2015 managing staffRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Southwest Times

    When the Pulaski Yankees take to the field at Calfee Park this summer, they'll do so under the leadership of a veteran manager with multiple championships and division titles under his belt. Minor League Baseball veteran Tony Franklin has been named manager of Pulaski Yankees, an affiliate of the New York Yankees and member of the Appalachian League.

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  20. Long-anticipated opening of NRCC new entrance delayed until springRead the original story

    Friday Jan 16 | Southwest Times

    New River Community College could be well into its spring semester by the time the new entrance to campus from Route 11 is opened. According to Pulaski County Engineer Jared Linkous, a few minor paving improvements need to be completed before the new entrance road to NRCC can be opened to traffic.

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