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Sheffey not seeking another term after 2015 - The Southwest Times
This will be the last year that Joe Sheffey will serve on the Pulaski County Board of Supervisors. Sheffey made the announcement at end of Monday night’s lengthy January Board of Supervisor’s meeting to a near-empty room, with his fellow board members ...

Philip M. Sadler Jr. - The 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.

Court says it won’t rehear Cheek’s appeal - The Southwest Times
A federal appeals court doesn’t buy claims by former Dublin pain doctor Linda Sue Cheek that she was erroneously convicted in February 2013 of illegally distributing prescription medications. Cheek, 66, filed a brief with the Fourth Circuit United States ...

Health secretary urges medicaid expansion - The Southwest Times
RICHMOND – Virginia’s secretary of health and human services, William A. Hazel, wants legislators to put aside their political differences and ensure that every resident of the commonwealth has access to affordable health care. Hazel is urging the ...

LJS, Taco Bell raise money for youth - The Southwest Times
Participating Taco Bell and Long John Silver’s restaurants have raised more than $300,000 for children in need. The “Be An Angel for Children” fundraiser included 81 Long John Silver’s and 80 Taco Bell franchise-owned restaurants across the ...

Sheffey resigns from BoS after 28 years - The Southwest Times
This will be the last year that Joe Sheffey will serve on the Pulaski County Board of Supervisors. Sheffey made the announcement at end of Monday night’s lengthy January Board of Supervisor’s meeting to a near-empty room, with his fellow board members ...

Driver who hit moped charged with DUI - The Southwest Times
A Fairlawn man is facing charges of hit and run and driving under the influence of intoxicants after he allegedly struck a moped on Route 11 Saturday night and then left the scene. Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Jeff Saunders said Zachary Stevens ...

Public meetings begin tonight - The Southwest Times
Pulaski County is reviewing its subdivision, zoning and development ordinances to identify potential changes and opportunities for reorganization and streamlining. Public meetings are being held to receive citizen input. No specific knowledge about ...

Janie Rosetta Nunn Mitchell - The Southwest Times
Janie Rosetta Nunn Mitchell, 93, of Pulaski, Va., passed away Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, at Heritage Hall, Rich Creek. Born May 29, 1921, in Bland County, Va., she was the daughter of the late Roney Nunn and Sally Morehead Nunn. She was also preceded in death ...

Public hearings slated for BOS meeting - The Southwest Times
A hefty agenda is set for Monday night’s Pulaski County Board of Supervisors meeting. After a presentation from Tim Barnes and the county’s information technology department – the meeting’s featured department for the month – five public hearings ...

Man charged in hit-and-run - The Southwest Times
CHRISTIANSBURG – A Christiansburg man is under arrest following an investigation into the hit-and-run crash that occurred Jan. 16. Walter Ray Royal, 60, is charged with a Class 5 felony hit-and-run, which is punishable by a prison term of up to 10 years ...

Panel OKs bills aimed at college affordability - The Southwest Times
RICHMOND – Two bills aimed at making college more affordable were approved unanimously Monday by the House Appropriations Committee. The bills, both introduced by Majority Leader Kirk Cox, R-Colonial Heights, would cap student athletic fees and give ...

Panel kills bills to put legal ads online - The Southwest Times
RICHMOND – A legislative subcommittee has defeated two bills that would have allowed local governments to publish legal ads and other public notices on their websites or other venues instead of in local newspapers. On a 4-7 vote, the subcommittee of the ...

Senate limits access to hidden gun permits - The Southwest Times
RICHMOND – The state Senate on Thursday passed a bill that would prohibit certain out-of-state police agencies from accessing information regarding concealed weapon permits issued by the commonwealth of Virginia. Senate Bill 948 passed by a vote of 24-16 ...

Police identify body, arrest former resident - The Southwest Times
ELLISTON – A name has been put to body found in an Elliston home last week, and the residence’s former occupant is now in custody. An investigation by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office determined that the remains were those of James H.

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