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Today's Features

  • WOODLAWN — Joy Ranch Christian Home for Children welcomed Brian Allen to the staff as the facility’s new director on Monday.

    This new addition has concluded a lengthy search for a director for the children’s home and ministry in Carroll County. Allen will fill the position left by Tim Lewis, and filled temporarily by Mary Hutchins.

  • Hillsville Town Council Member David Young took these photos of the staff at Classic Creations as they worked hard at producing thousands of NFL Super Bowl shirts for the Feb. 1 event.

    “I couldn’t be more proud,” said Young of the business that he and Mayor Greg Crowder helped bring to the town a little more than a year ago.

    Classic Creations received its first NFL T-shirt order last year with the Seattle Seahawks’ Super Bowl win.

  • Celebration to be held Saturday at Elk Creek Rescue Squad Building.

    John and Susan Osborne will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Jan. 31 at Elk Creek Rescue Squad Building, 2-5 p.m.
    John Delp and Susan Osborne were married Jan. 29, 1965 at Bridle Creek United Methodist Church.
    In that year, Lyndon B. Johnson was president, a gallon of gas cost 31 cents, “Wooly Bully” was in the top 10 on the music charts, the number one TV show was “Bonanza,” and “The Sound of Music” premiered.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Todd Davis along with Mr. and Mrs. David Herrmann announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Turner, to Dustin Robinson of Gina Robinson.

    A June wedding is planned.

  • Isabella “Izzie” Jo Marshall turned age 6 on Jan. 6. Her birthday was celebrated with a Frozen bowling party with friends and family.

    She is the daughter of Joseph and Chrissy Marshall. She is the big sister to Cassie and Briley Marshall. Her grandparents are Randy and Kim Bell and Dennis and Opie Marshall. Her great-grandparents are M.C. and Irene Bell, the late Verna Liddle, O’Neal and O’Needa Terry, and the late Virgil and Patty Marshall.

  • Joey Tate and Becky Cooke were united in marriage Dec. 1, 2014.

    The couple met two years ago while working at Golden Living Center – Blue Ridge in Galax.
    They decided to have their wedding among friends and residents at the living center.
    The Rev. Bob Adams, a volunteer, performed the ceremony in the dining room.
    Music was provided by activity director Martha Norman.
    A reception followed.
    Attendees enjoyed the afternoon of celebration with Mr. and Mrs. Tate.
    Tate works as housekeeping supervisor.

  • HILLSVILLE — The mysterious tenants of Hillsville’s Night Watch Haunt are back and ready to celebrate the holidays in a way that will live in the community’s nightmares long after the stuffed animals, cards and chocolate go on clearance at the store.

  • Jared Austin Spencer celebrated his third birthday Dec. 21, 2014, at Snow Hill Church Fellowship Hall with his family and friends. He had a Thomas the Train theme party.

    His parents are Brittany Farmer and Billy Spencer. His grandparents are John and Jennifer Farmer and Bill and the late Linda Spencer. His great-grandparents are Howard and Zollie Easter and Edward and the late Iva Farmer. He has a great-great-grandmother, Opal Robinson. His stepmother is Christie Spencer and his soon-to-be stepfather is Charles Tucker, all of Galax.
     

  • Eunice Fortner celebrated her 91st birthday with family and friends.

    Her children are Bobby, Betty, Eugene, Judy and Roger.

  • Eldon and Iris Gardner of Fancy Gap celebrated their 75th anniversary Dec. 20, 2014, at Gladesboro Lutheran Church.

    The couple were married Dec. 23, 1938, by the Rev. J.C. Carper in Hillsville.
    The Rev. Joe Shumate, pastor of Gladesboro Church, had the honor of officiating at the renewing of the wedding vows.