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  1. Business Executive of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Southwest Times

    Lars Blomberg, vice president for Volvo North America Trucks, received the Business Executive of the Year Award during the 62nd annual Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce annual dinner Thursday night at the Draper Mercantile. Blomberg, who now lives in his home country of Sweden, thanked his many business associates with the chamber of commerce as well as community leaders, and singled out attorney and fellow Rotarian the late Bob Ingram.

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  2. Douglas Wayne - Red' WilsonRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Southwest Times

    ... Va. In his remembrance, those who wish may make contributions to the Pulaski Volunteer Fire Department or the Pulaski County Humane Society.

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  3. Pool filling fees may be adjustedRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Southwest Times

    ... difficult, but now the meters can be read electronically, without having to remove the meter cover. Utt said Pulaski County uses portable meters that are attached to the outdoor spigot to determine how much water is used. He noted that process would ...

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  4. Moose Lodge provides supplies for seniorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Southwest Times

    ... from local businesses, churches and organizations. Since starting Supplies for Seniors, the Montgomery and Pulaski County RSVP has been able to provide 3,210 bags of household and personal care supplies, each worth about $30 to 350 unduplicated ...

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  5. Greenhouse facility marks economic innovation for VirginiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Southwest Times

    ... "They believe that this is just the start for them, to make a gigantic footprint here in Virginia and in Pulaski County," McAuliffe said. "This is creative, it's innovative and they think they will be phenomenally successful, which means they will ...

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  6. Signage being considered for schoolsRead the original story

    Monday Nov 17 | Southwest Times

    ... the corner of Viscoe Road and Peppers Ferry Road. Right now, there are only a couple of factors keeping the Pulaski County School Board from moving forward with the project. "We're waiting to hear zoning information from Pulaski County and VDOT to ...

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  7. Nine years given for auto larcenyRead the original story

    Monday Nov 17 | Southwest Times

    A Christiansburg man will serve nine years in prison after being convicted by a Pulaski County jury of stealing a car in Dublin Feb. 27, 2013. The jury deliberated for only about 15 minutes before convicting Brandon Randall Fowlkes, 32, of grand theft auto.

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  8. Cougar football season ends against EaglesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | Southwest Times

    ... was Hunter Thomas, who recovered the ball for the Cougars. A personal foul after the second down play pushed Pulaski County back 15 yards, eventually forcing the Cougars to turn the ball over on downs. Liberty (10-1) went to work immediately running ...

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  9. Safety measures at Exit 98 ponderedRead the original story

    Friday Nov 14 | Southwest Times

    ... a member of Newbern Volunteer Fire Department, recently joined Newbern Fire Chief Brandon Hamblin and Pulaski County Sheriff's Office Capt. Jeff Saunders in meeting with a VDOT highway safety specialist to discuss the safety issues in that location. ...

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  10. Fowl question: Will county welcome chickens in residential districts?Read the original story

    Friday Nov 14 | Southwest Times

    Pulaski County Planning Commission will consider tonight whether to support the keeping of chickens, but not roosters, in certain residential districts in the county. At issue will be whether to amend the county Zoning Ordinance to allow the keeping of chickens in RR, R and R-1 residential districts, under specific conditions.

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  11. School board to discuss building improvementsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Southwest Times

    The agenda for tonight's Pulaski County School Board meeting will include discussions on a number of items related to physical additions to a couple of schools in the county. Those topics will be discussed mainly during the portion of the meeting regarding information items.

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  12. Businesses, individuals to be honored at chamber meeting, banquetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Southwest Times

    The Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet will be Nov. 20 at Draper Mercantile. This year's meeting will be an event like no other, organizers say, with a theme that will intrigue, invite and inspire chamber members to look at Pulaski County and its businesses in a new light.

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  13. Jessica Michelle SlusherRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Southwest Times

    She is survived by her father, Douglas Elwood Slusher, and her mother, Betty Jean Burton, both of Pulaski; sister and brother-in-law, Rebecca and Tony Reeves of Pulaski County; special niece, Aylissa Reeves of Pulaski; fiance, Dustin Hull of Pulaski; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Memorial services will be 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Bower Funeral Home Chapel, Pulaski, with Rev.

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  14. Humane Society - yappy' over - biggest event yet'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Southwest Times

    Pulaski County Humane Society volunteers Friday were basking in the glory of their "biggest event yet" - a fundraiser that helped boost the nonprofit agency's coffers by more than $5,000. Society Director Candice Simmons said an estimated 200 people came to Draper Mercantile Thursday night for "Yappy Hour: A Black Tie Event for Shelter Dogs."

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  15. Cougars heading east for the playoffsRead the original story

    Monday Nov 10 | Southwest Times

    Not everything went the way Pulaski County wanted them to go Friday night, but enough things did go right for the Cougars to hold on to their no. 14 ranking in the latest batch of VHSL power points, securing them a spot in the playoffs.

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  16. Korona wins state trade awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Southwest Times

    ... partners to Virginia and the New River Valley" since announcing plans to locate a manufacturing facility in Pulaski County in September 2013. One of the largest producers of candles in the world, Korona recruited one of its suppliers, RICK USA, to ...

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  17. Cougars fight to the end against SpartansRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 8 | Southwest Times

    The Pulaski County Cougars came out of the gate hot Friday, but the Salem Spartans took full advantage of every opportunity they were given in a 49-24 Cougar loss. "When we go back and look at the film of this game, we're going to see where we left a lot of opportunities out on the field tonight," said Cougar Head Coach Stephen James.

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  18. Welty-Miller honored for Women Taking Care of BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Southwest Times

    Dr. Holly Welty-Miller, a chiropractor in Pulaski for almost 15 years before opening her own practice just a month ago, was announced Thursday night as the recipient of the first-ever Women Taking Care of Business award. The award celebrates professional women from Pulaski County's recent history who own or run small businesses.

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  19. Rams and Patriots headed to NRV Super BowlRead the original story

    Friday Nov 7 | Southwest Times

    For several years, fans and supporters of youth football have asked for a playoff system to allow young players the chance to play a few more games and earn the right to be called champions. That dream has now become a reality, and two Pulaski County teams will be playing for the big prize Saturday at Christiansburg High School in the first-ever New River Valley Super Bowl.

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  20. Dublin woman admits passing fake billsRead the original story

    Friday Nov 7 | Southwest Times

    A Dublin woman is facing up to 25 years in federal prison and $500,000 in fines after admitting to passing counterfeit bills at several Pulaski County businesses in January. According to federal court records, Susan Carpenter Masse, 42, of 400 Pine St. in Dublin, pleaded guilty in federal court in Abingdon to a two-count indictment charging "conspiracy to make, pass, utter and possess counterfeit currency" and "passing, uttering and possession counterfeit currency."

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