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Today's Features

  • The family of Claneshia E. Cox is pleased to announce her engagement to William G. Gravely Jr.
    The bride-elect is the daughter of Annette C. Cox of Martinsville and Gregory D. Cox of California.

    She is the granddaughter of the late Piper and Willie H. Cox of Martinsville and step-granddaughter of Adrene Cox of Martinsville and paternal granddaughter of Ronald and Sonya Cox of Martinsville.

  • By LARRY CHAMBERS, Staff

    HILLSVILLE – Jimmy Alderman of Woodlawn has been legally blind since his birth in 1961 and spent a lot of his life in a blur.

    Now Alderman has an opportunity to read a newspaper, look at his laptop computer and drive safely after he discovered eSight electronic glasses.

  • Dan Carico celebrated his 97th birthday Feb. 19, 2017. He was born on Feb. 22. Attending were his children and spouses and his grandchildren.

    They are Lehman and Shelby Carico, Darius and Kathy Carico, Bill and Mary Carico and Stan and Virginia Cox.

  • By D.T. CLARK, Staff

    HILLSVILLE – Alexandra Largen, daughter of Melissa and Nathan Largen, is a young woman with far to go and a whole lot of folks cheering her on.

    That cheering section includes many friends and mentors, and most enthusiastically, her parents, sisters and grandmother. A place she will visit very soon is Bucharest, the capitol city of Romania, a country of the European Union located in southeastern Europe.

  • Caitlynn Danielle Brewer turned four on Feb. 25, 2017. She is the daughter of Jamie and Summer Brewer of Galax. She has two brothers, Caleb and James.

    Her maternal grandparents are Mary and Sonny Newman of Galax. Her paternal grandparents are Glenda and Doug Forester of Galax. Her late grandfather was Jimmy Brewer of Fries.

  • Eli Edward Harrison turned six on Feb. 24 and celebrated with a PAW Patrol-themed celebration with his parents, Claude and Ami Harrison; and sister Aaliyah Locklear.

  • HILLSVILLE — The Carroll County Courthouse drama “Thunder in the Hills” returns to the historic courthouse during April.

    This play, which was a sellout for multiple performances in 2012 and 2014, tells the story of the tragic shooting that occurred in the courtroom on March 14, 1912 and of the consequences of the shooting.

    Local playwright Frank Levering wrote the play in 2012 for the centennial commemoration of the event.

    Many of the cast members from the past play will reprise their roles for this year’s performances.

  • Jared Austin Spencer celebrated his fifth birthday Dec. 29, 2016, with a Paw Patrol party at the Carroll County Library. His parents are Brittany Tucker and William Spencer Jr.

  • Motorists and pedestrians in downtown Galax on Monday afternoon were given a chance to see a brief art installation on the former Carter Bank & Trust lot at Center and Main by Rob Ponce, a local artist and food service worker.

    Included were a silver mannequin, a handmade posterboard with a peace symbol and “respétame” (Mexican Spanish for “respect me”), a tattered American flag and Ponce himself, sitting crosslegged and meditating.

  • Parker Enoch Gregory celebrated his second birthday Jan. 1 with friends and family at his home.

    He is the son of Jimmie and Whitney Gregory of Elk Creek and the grandson of Eddie and Brenda Ward of Independence and Frances and the late John Pierce of Brush Creek.