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Today's Features

  • Staff Report

    The Crooked Road Racers once again went to the Great Race, leaving on June 21 and returning on July 3 after capturing a first-place win in the X-Cup Division and 44th place overall, according to native Galax racer Tom Littrell.

    The X-Cup Division involves youth navigators with an adult driver.

    The Galax team was also the first place X-Cup team in the pre-race event called the Trophy Run. It is a preliminary race held around the start city the day before the actual competition begins.

  • Staff Report

    This year marks the 10th anniversary of “Praisin’ In the Park,” which started Sunday night and continues through Wednesday, 6-8:30 each night in Felts Park.

    The event, put on by Cornerstone Community Church and other local churches and businesses, creates a family-friendly, Christian environment for fun and worship.

  • Staff Report

    This year marks the 10th anniversary of “Praisin’ In the Park,” which started Sunday night and continues through Wednesday, 6-8:30 each night in Felts Park.

    The event, put on by Cornerstone Community Church and other local churches and businesses, creates a family-friendly, Christian environment for fun and worship.

  • Pari Elise Snider celebrated her first birthday April 19 with a Minnie Mouse party with family and friends. Her parents are Curtis and Lorie Snider.

    She has three older sisters: Blair, Palin and Paisley. Her grandparents are Danny and Linda Deskins of Dugspur, Harold and Joyce Snider of Dublin and the late Kathy Snider. Her aunts are Holly Choate and Gina Bigham.

  • By ABBY BODNAR, Staff

    CAMBRIDGE, England — Jason Delp, a 1999 graduate of Carroll County High School, recently earned an Executive Masters of Business Administration degree from the prestigious, 808-year-old University of Cambridge in England.

    The story starts long before this accomplishment, however, as Delp has received two other masters degrees and served in the military.

  • Opal Virginia McPeak Goad of Woodlawn had her 101st birthday June 2. She celebrated with her family at 13 Bones on June 3.

    She is the wife of the late Ernest Goad. She has three children, Janice Vass, Joyce Cagle and Elmon Goad; five grandchildren, Aaron Vass, Stephen and Joel Cagle, Vanessa Bottomley and Gerald Goad. Also, seven great-grandchildren: Arianna Slate, Alyssa Vass, Owen and Emmett Cagle, Logan and Seth Bottomley and William Goad due to arrive Sept. 3. She has one great-great-grandson, Samuel Slate.

  • Aurora Sky Gregory turned 5 on April 4. She celebrated at home with a Shopkins birthday party with her family and friends.

    She is the daughter of Jimmie and Whitney Gregory and sister to Madalyn and Parker of Independence. Her grandparents are Eddie and Brenda Ward of Independence and John and Frances Pierce of Fries.

  • Adlianne Grace Spurlin celebrated her first birthday June 12 with a picnic party at her home with her family. 

    She is the daughter of Kevin and Tara Spurlin of Galax. Her grandparents are Owen and Judy Eddy of Castile, N.Y., and Mike and Anita Spurlin of Galax.

  • Fred and Wandy Boyles Kirby of Fries celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 29.

    The couple were married June 29, 1957 at the Fries Pentecostal Holiness Church where they still attend. They have two sons, Barry Kirby of Winston-Salem, N.C., and Tim Kirby of Fries.
     

  • Sophie and Emma Bergeron turned four on May 17. They are the daughters of Boo and Penny Bergeron and the sisters of Dana and Landon.