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Today's Features

  • Hannah Marie Hash celebrated her third birthday on Feb. 25. Family and friends celebrated with Hannah at her tractor party on Feb. 22. She is the daughter of Josh and Sarah Hash.

    Her grandparents are Joe and Felicia Hash, Charles and Tammy Copeland and Cody and Karen Wingate. She is the great-granddaughter of Wayne and Wanda Hash, James Hart, Frances Adams, Jerry and Nell Wingate and Thomas and Leta Farmer.

  • In an effort to prepare both staff and public for a new future, Bogeys, Galax’s answer to fine dining, held a private, small-plate dinner with wine pairings.

    Owner Kenneth Belton, who was one of the restaurant’s four owners before buying out the others late last year, was on hand along with consultant Judy Brannock; new chef J.C. Botero (born in Colombia, raised in south Florida and lately of Olde Mill Resort); sommelier Steve Foster of Andes Importers of Salem, who was responsible for the wine pairing; and new staff members.

  • L.D. Galyean celebrated his 80th birthday Feb. 18 with family at his home in Galax.

    He still works every day and stays young at heart.

  • Morris and Dreama Staples of Hillsville announced the engagement of their daughter, Elaina Staples, to Matthew Frazier.

    He is the son of Tony and Sherry Frazier of Galax.
    A June wedding is planned.

  • Ashley Nicole Nelson and William Matthew Rippey were united in marriage Sept. 13, 2014, at Cliffview Church of God in Galax.
    Pastor Ron Hill presented a welcome and prayer. The Rev. D.G. Fox, former pastor of the bride, officiated.

    The bride is the daughter of Harold and Judy Nelson of Galax and the granddaughter of Porter and Bonnie Noblett, Mary Nelson and the late Billy Nelson, all of Independence.

  • Thomas and Jamee Quesinberry announced the engagement of their daughter, Ashleymarie Quesinberry of Hillsville, to Harold Petke of Massena, N.Y.

  • 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.

  • 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.