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  1. Eva Darlene BranchRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 14 | Southwest Times

    Born Nov. 25, 1951 in Wythe County, Va., she was the daughter of the late Robert Cecil Lawson and Ruth Coffey Lawson. She is survived by her husband, James Worley Branch of Pulaski, Va.; children, Samantha Dalton of Pulaski, Va., Melissa Remington of Dublin, Va., Austin Skinner of Snowville, Va., Jerry Branch of Fairlawn, Va.

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  2. Belspring man accused of embezzlementRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Southwest Times

    According to a press release from Radford City Police Department, Timothy D. Ramsdell is alleged to have stolen more than $260,000 from the company between 2013 and 2016. An indictment is a finding that enough evidence exits to hold a trial.

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  3. Fort Chiswell wins thriller against RadfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Southwest Times

    The Fort Chiswell Pioneers scored on the last play of the game when Tanner Bailey hit Denver Brown with a four-yard pass. The Pioneers scored 18 points in the final 6:19 of the game to pull out a 26-23 heart-stopping victory over the Radford Bobcats.

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  4. Anna Marie Brown TestermanRead the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Southwest Times

    She was a member of Gethsemane Baptist Church and was a supervisor in the accounts payable department at Radford University. She was preceded in death by her parents, Glenn Gratton Brown Sr. and Virginia Rose Anderson Brown; and half-brothers, James Keith Brown and Glenn Gratton Brown Jr. Survivors include her husband of 25 years, R.L. Testerman, and their children, Chelsie Nichole Testerman and Trevor Lewis Testerman, all of Pulaski, Va.; sister, Martha Brown Wilson of Lexington, S.C.; half-brother, Douglas Lee Brown of New York; special friend, Teresa W. Coalson of Pulaski, Va.; special canine companion, Hallie; and many other relatives and friends.

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  5. Expanding revenues enrich county coffersRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Southwest Times

    Between April and June, Pulaski County businesses generated more than $1 million in sales tax, approximately $16,000 higher than the same three-month period last year. One percent of the state sales tax is shared between the county, and the towns of Dublin and Pulaski two months after the sales tax is collected.

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  6. Writer pens novel about historic Dublin manorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Southwest Times

    Martha Kent Bell Graham got to know Rockwood Manor through her father's stories and her own childhood visits to the historic Dublin home. Graham is the great-great-granddaughter of Rockwood's builder, Francis Bell, and she confesses to a lifelong fascination with the house where her grandfather grew up and her father frequented.

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  7. Pink Hat Classic: Foundation fundraiser celebrates life of girl who put others firstRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Southwest Times

    "She was a very determined young lady who had to grow up way too fast," says Janet H. Jones of her daughter, Kimberly, who passed at the age of 12, three years after contracting a very rare blood disease. But her legacy lives on in the foundation established in her honor to help children with long-term hospitalizations, families with medical needs and fund high school scholarships.

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  8. William Paris "Poochie" "Bill" ClineRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 29 | Southwest Times

    William Paris "Poochie" "Bill" Cline, 76, of Dublin, Va., passed away unexpectedly Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017. He was a longtime member of Dublin United Methodist Church and service manager at Harvey's Chevrolet for over 40 years.

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  9. Larry Robert GravleyRead the original story

    Friday Aug 25 | Southwest Times

    On Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, Larry Robert Gravley, of Pulaski, Va., finished running his 62-year race to hear the words, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant. Enter in."

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  10. Judge threatens contempt in traffic caseRead the original story

    Friday Aug 25 | Southwest Times

    A Radford man who attempted to interrupt a Pulaski County judge and apparently smirked as she found him guilty of aggressive driving was threatened with contempt and jail. After hearing testimony in the case, General District Court Judge Erin DeHart was in the process of finding 22-year-old Hazard Lee Ryan Duncan guilty when he attempted to interrupt her several times as she tried to tell him she had already made her decision.

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  11. It's time to ReNew the New RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 24 | Southwest Times

    Tons of garbage and hundreds of tires were removed from the New River during a regional cleanup held last year, but the tally may be even bigger this year thanks to expanded cleanup events. New River Valley Regional Commission and ReNew the New Committee are hosting their award-winning "Fall into the New" Regional River Cleanup Saturday.

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  12. Solar eclipse draws local crowdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 22 | Southwest Times

    The 2017 solar eclipse came and went on a mostly clear day, but not without a lot of pomp and circumstance from Pulaski to Dublin to Radford, and at all points between. A crowd began gathering at Radford University on Monday more than three hours before the moon even began to cross in front of the sun.

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  13. Fairlawn may see sewer rate increasesRead the original story

    Monday Aug 21 | Southwest Times

    Fairlawn residents have paid a flat rate for sewer usage for more than 50 years, but that may soon change. Pulaski County Sewerage Authority was established to exclusively serve Fairlawn in 1965, five years before a countywide water and sewer service - provided through the Public Service Authority - was set up to provide both water and sewer to the county.

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  14. David Robert JenksRead the original story

    Aug 14, 2017 | Southwest Times

    His laugh. If you ask people what first comes to mind about David, most will say his laugh.

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  15. Downstream flows from Claytor Lake could fluctuateRead the original story

    Aug 10, 2017 | Southwest Times

    Water releases from Appalachian Power's Claytor Hydroelectric Plant on the New River could fluctuate Saturday if the company adjusts flows for the New River Lucky Duck Race at Bisset Park in Radford. Residents and recreational users of the New River downstream of Claytor Dam should be aware of the possible changes in water flow and elevation.

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  16. Lucky Duck Race, car show scheduled for SaturdayRead the original story

    Aug 9, 2017 | Southwest Times

    The sixth annual Radford Lucky Duck Race gets under way at 6 p.m. Saturday at Bisset Park. Proceeds support the Noon Rotary Club community outreach programs.

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  17. County economy appears more stableRead the original story

    Aug 8, 2017 | Southwest Times

    Jobless rates increased in most New River Valley locales for June, although the increases were minimal and still better than the same month in 2016. Radford saw the largest increase, going from 4.7 percent in May to 5.7 in June, the most recent month for employment statistics.

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  18. Susan Harriman ShahRead the original story

    Aug 2, 2017 | Southwest Times

    She was born in Radford, Va., a daughter of the late Bernard and Joan Midkiff Harriman. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Narendra Shah.

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  19. SWT now delivered by mailRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2017 | Southwest Times

    Beginning Tuesday, Aug. 8, The Southwest Times will be delivered to home and business subscribers by mail. Single-copy sales will continue to be available in racks and at retailers throughout Pulaski County, as well as in Radford and Fort Chiswell.

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  20. Radford Arsenal tragedies claimed 39 lives between 1940 and 1991Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2017 | Southwest Times

    Dennis Kitts dared to ask the question no one wanted to answer: "Who was the last person to die running this machine?" Kitts "felt the heat six different times" while operating the even-speed machine at the Radford Army Ammunition Plant between 1987 and 1988, and he says those fires "left a lasting impression on me." In 1988, an explosion and fire at one of the arsenal's rocket motor machining buildings resulted in the deaths of Terry Crawford and Kenneth Rollins, both of Radford.

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