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  • REMEMBER WHEN: December 14-20

     2009

    Grayson County scored 53 second-half points and ran away from Floyd County 77-69. Eric Harvey scored 26 points for Grayson, which got 16 from Tyler Rutherford, 14 from Bubba Bowen and 12 from Steven Eller.

    Kayla Goins scored 25 points and topped 1,000 for her career as Carroll County got past Pulaski County 57-52. The Cavaliers rallied from seven points down in the third period for the win.

     

    2004

  • Grayson, Carroll gridders gain honors

      Staff reports

     

    Grayson County placed one player on the all-Conference 39 football first team while the Blue Devils and Carroll County combined to fill 11 total spots on their respective all-conference squads.

    Chance Widner was a first-team pick at defensive end for the Blue Devils after leading the Twin Counties with 50 solo tackles. He was second in the area with 63.5 total tackles. Widner was also voted a second-team all-Region 2A West defensive end.

  • Carroll hoops splits quad with Cave Spring

    HILLSVILLE –– Carroll County shrugged off a sluggish first half and came on strong after the break to post a 54-48 win over Cave Spring in the girls’ basketball district opener Tuesday for both schools.

    The Knights (3-2 overall, 0-1 district) took a 29-25 lead into intermission but the Cavaliers (2-2, 1-0) bounced back in the third quarter to lead 37-35 by the start of the fourth period.

  • Cavs click in win over Eagles

    HILLSVILLE –– The question has probably popped up from time to time in the minds of the fans of Carroll County girls’ basketball this year – Just how good can this group be? For a stretch during the second half Wednesday, Cavalier coach Marc Motley believes he found out.

    Carroll County broke open a tight ballgame by outscoring G.W. Danville 21-6 in the third quarter, rolling to a 71-53 win in a rematch of last year’s Conference 24 semifinals.

  • Readers Hotline 12/17/14

    Honest people
    Special thanks to the gentleman who saw my billfold fall from my moving vehicle and retrieved it. They stopped me at the next red light and returned it. Thank God for honest people. God bless you.

    Ticket paid off

  • He's one

    Briley McKinley Marshall turned one on Dec. 10. His birthday was celebrated with a turtle party with friends and family. He is the son of Joseph and Chrissy Marshall.

    His big sisters are Izzie and Cassie Marshall. His grandparents are Randy and Kim Bell and Dennis and Opie Marshall. His 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.

  • He's three

    Levi Kristopher Ward turned three on Oct. 4. He celebrated with a monster bouncy house party at his home. He is the son of Kris and Mary Lynne Ward of Independence.

    He has two brothers, Braeden and Luke. His grandparents are Harry Cox, Bo and Susan Moxley, and Harvey and Jill Ward. His great-grandparents are Agnes Cox, Mary Jane Hollingsworth, Odell Moxley, Danna Ward, and Lacy and Dreama Bowman.

  • She's 100

    Agnes Marie Lundy Cox of Independence turned 100 years old on Aug. 19. She celebrated with family and friends at the Flat Rock Community Building.

    She has two children: Harry Cox, and Anne Cox Collins and spouse Kendall Collins of San Francisco, Calif. She has three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren with one more on the way. She loves to get out on the farm, go for rides and do word searches. She thanked everyone for coming to her party and for the gifts and cards received.

  • She's four

    Madison Abigail Sluss turned four on Oct. 22. She celebrated on Oct. 25 at the Galax Recreation Department with a pool party with a “Frozen” theme, with family and friends.

    She is the daughter of Scott and Cindy Sluss of Galax. She has two brothers, Brandon and Cayson Sluss. Her grandparents are Robert and Regina Lundy of Ennice, N.C., and Bud and Pat Sluss of Tazewell.

  • Public record for 12/17/14 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 information on this column or questions, call 236-5178, ext. 213.

    District Court

    These sentences were recorded in June in the Carroll County General District Court Office, Hillsville. Sentences may be appealed: