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Today's News

  • Students explore career options

    Staff Report

    Grayson County 4-H partnered with several businesses in the Galax area and the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office for a Career Immersion event for 40 students.

    The event offered these students an opportunity to experience local careers and learn about their possibilities before graduation.

  • Carroll grads honor Golden Cavaliers

    HILLSVILLE – A heartfelt evening celebrated students, parents and special employees of Carroll County Public Schools at the 2017 Golden Cavalier banquet.

    The banquet held on May 11 was the fourth year of the ceremony and featured many laughs and tears.

    The top 10 graduating seniors were asked to recognize an employee that had a special impact on them during their educational career. Those recognized ranged from a bus driver to educators to aides and some were parents of the students.

  • Readers Hotline 5/24/17

    Not cheap
    I have a comment about the person that called in about the eye doctor costing so much money. I believe the caller and I have been to the same doctor because that is exactly what happened to me.

    Show some love

  • Public record for 5/24/17 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.

    Circuit Court

    These land transfers were recorded in January in the office of Gerald Goad, clerk of the Carroll County Circuit Court, Hillsville:

  • Readers Hotline 5/22/17

    Bless your heart
    To the person who turned in my package that I mistakenly left on the counter at the post office, you are the best. We need more honest people like you in this world. Bless your heart and thanks again.

    Degrading

  • May 22 is deadline for registering to vote in June primary

    Landmark News Service

    May 22 is the deadline to register to vote in Virginia’s June 13 primary.

    Both major political parties are holding primaries in this year’s statewide elections for governor and lieutenant governor.

    Virginia and New Jersey are the only two states electing governors this year.

  • Warriors rally to hand Galax third straight loss

    The Galax Maroon Tide was one out away from an impressive victory over Chilhowie Wednesday when disaster struck.

    Chilhowie, trailing 3-2, pushed across three runs in the top of the seventh to chalk up the 5-3 nondistrict victory in a Conference 46 softball game at Mountain View Park.

    Hayden Cassell put the Maroon Tide on top 3-2 in the bottom of the fifth inning when she crunched a two-run home run over the leftfield fence to score Ally Bartlett, who had beat out a single with two outs.

  • Blue Devils deal Fort a second loss

    MAX MEADOWS –– Undefeated against the rest of its schedule, Fort Chiswell fell for the second time this season to Grayson County, which jumped out to a big early lead and cruised to a 14-5 win in a Mountain Empire District game Wednesday.

    Leading 1-0 with the bases loaded in the top of the first, a Garrett Moore RBI single plated one Grayson run and two more crossed on an error on the play by the Pioneers (17-2).

  • Cavs top Bruins in 10 to stay perfect

    HILLSVILLE –– If the best things in life are worth working for, then Carroll County probably didn’t mind putting in a little overtime to maintain that zero on the right-hand column of its won-lost record.

    It took 10 innings for them to do it, but the Cavaliers twice rallied from behind before finally subduing Blacksburg 4-3 in a River Ridge District gem Tuesday night. Carroll County improved to 16-0 on the year with a nondistrict double header at home today (Friday) against Tazewell.

  • Lundy key in Surry title run

    DANVILLE –– For the first time since 2004, Surry Community College’s baseball team is the Region X champion. In the process, the Knights swept the region’s postseason awards and advanced to this past weekend’s district tournament against Prince George’s (Md.) Community College with a berth in the NJCAA College World Series on the line.