INDEPENDENCE — In a surprise move, Grayson County Board of Supervisors’ Vice Chairman Doug Carrico said Wednesday morning that he will not seek re-election as the board’s at-large member.
Carrico, now serving his second term, announced last week that he would run as a political independent after losing the Republican nomination to David Sexton during a mass meeting in July.
Cancer patients and their caregivers have questions, and a volunteer organizer hopes to provide the answers.
Pete Bramley of Fancy Gap continues to seek assistance from volunteers to compile a directory of services to meet the needs of patients and their families.
He’s put out a call to those who can help contribute the information needed to help people at a time when they don’t need any other kind of stress.
The disease is all too common — Bramley counted 22 people on prayer lists from his church alone who have some form of cancer.