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  • Carroll can borrow $2M, if needed

    HILLSVILLE – The Carroll County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution authorizing a revenue anticipation note for up to $2 million, but county staff hopes to not have to use it.

    The money would be used for general operating funds during times in the fiscal year when revenue is typically slow, and the county would only borrow what is needed, not to exceed $2 million.

    Later in the fiscal year, when tax revenue and other payments start coming in, the county would be able to pay the money back.

  • Baker turns two

    Julian Matthew Baker celebrated his second birthday June 19, 2016 with his big sister, Mackenzie and big brother, Lane. He is the son of Seth and Larissa Baker.

    His grandparents are Donnie and Kathy Baker, Kathy Halsey and Donny and Becky Haynes. His great-grandparents are Bob and Alice Baker, Vivian Wilson, Betty Haynes and James and Pattie Bolt. Special friends are David and Kim Stamper.

  • McMillian turns eight

    Breanna McMillian will celebrate her birthday on August 25th. 

    Her father is Glen McMillian of Big Stone Gap and her mother is Rebecca McMillian of Cana.

  • Public record for 8/31/16 edition

    Editor’s Note: This information is taken from open court records and is a matter of public record.  
    The listings are complete.
    The newspaper, as a matter of fairness, will not honor requests to omit any listing.
    For additional information on this column or questions, call 236-5178, ext. 213.

    Land Transfers

    These land transfers were recorded Jan. 5-Feb. 19 in the office of Gerald Goad, clerk of the Carroll County Circuit Court, Hillsville:

  • Readers Hotline 8/29/16

    Good luck with that
    I’m calling about the IRS scammers concern that was in the Hotline. I agree that something should be done with this. It is ridiculous. The majority of these calls the police can’t do anything about because the calls are coming from other countries. It’s not based in the United States and that’s why they can’t do anything. Wish something could be done. That is crazy. Wish y’all luck and hope you can get this taken care of.

    Border concerns

  • Clinton has experience to serve as president

    I am voting for Hillary Clinton because she is the most experienced, thoughtful and caring person in the race.
    Years ago my son developed a serious medical condition and we had no insurance. It was Hillary’s work that helped save us from disaster. Though a Republican and a Democrat worked together in the Senate to help pass CHIP — the Children’s Health Insurance Program — Hillary worked behind the scenes with both parties and the president to secure full funding.

  • Grundy holds off Blue Devils

    INDEPENDENCE –– Grayson County rallied its way out of sizeable deficits in all three sets Thursday night but was unable to sustain the momentum in any of the three games and dropped a Conference 39 volleyball match to Grundy, falling 25-19, 25-21, 25-17.

    The Blue Devils’ best chance to extend the match probably came in the second set. Trailing 17-10, the Blue Devils (0-2) battled their way into a three-point lead before going cold down the stretch.

  • Alleghany outduels Blue Devils

    INDEPENDENCE –– In keeping with the festivities of the rededication of Grayson County’s football stadium, the Blue Devils and Alleghany, N.C. put on a fireworks display in the first quarter. The rest of the night was just a pretty decent high school football game.

    The two teams traded touchdowns throughout the first 12 minutes before the defenses gradually took control, and the Trojans held on for a 28-18 nondistrict win Friday at the freshly redone Bill Strong Field.

  • Galax turns the tide on Glenvar

    Something rather unusual happened in the Glenvar-Galax football game Friday night. 

    In a relatively new rivalry which has produced more than its share of close games, miracle comebacks and exiting finishes, this sixth game between the Highlanders and the Maroon Tide was almost over well before the end – emphasis on the almost. 

  • Buffaloes topple Cavaliers

    HILLSVILLE –– Floyd County made the trip to Carroll County without its head coach, Winfred Beale, who was suspended seven days Thursday morning for an undisclosed reason. The highly-respected Beale has won more than 200 games during his time leading the Buffaloes, but not once in his 36 years there has he made a tackle, laid a block or bolted through an open hole on a Friday night.