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Today's News

  • She's three

    Timber Abrianna Mundy celebrated her third birthday on Aug. 20 with a Scooby Doo party at Liddle Tykes Child Development Center. Her sisters Hope Gaynor and Taelynn Mundy helped her celebrate along with many special friends and family members.

    She is the daughter of Tammy L. Liddle and Tim L. Mundy of Woodlawn. Her maternal grandparents are Brenda Liddle and Emory Bearden of Woodlawn and Charles Liddle of Galax. Her paternal grandparents are Don and Mabelene Beverly of Cana. Her paternal great-grandmother is Ovela Easter of Cana.

  • Tide pulls away from Grayson

    Grayson County showed Galax in one game just how far it has come in one year. Galax showed in all three that there is still work to do.

    Galax’s versatility and experience shone through in the key moments of a first-set win and carried on through the rest of the evening as the Maroon Tide took a 26-24, 25-11, 25-21 win in a Mountain Empire District volleyball match Thursday.

  • 58 first-half points leads to Blue Devil wipeout

    INDEPENDENCE –– Grayson County was favored to beat Clintwood Friday night but no one expected the manner in which the Blue Devils won the nondistrict game. 

    Grayson County put 58 points on the board in the first half and coasted in the second half to a 61-6 nondistrict victory to remain undefeated with a 4-0 record. 

    Actually, Grayson County scored 58 points in a span of 14 minutes and 7 seconds of the first half. 

  • Maroon Tide wallops Bobcats

    Just like a year ago, a 14-0 Galax lead was followed by a scoring frenzy in a game with Radford. This time, though, it wasn’t the Bobcats pouring points onto the scoreboard.

    Having let go of a 14-0 lead before halftime in a 27-21 loss last year, the Maroon Tide tacked on three scores in the final 3:07 of the first half to forge a 30-point lead, and Galax went on to demolish Radford 43-0 in a nondistrict game Friday night.

    The Maroon Tide improved to 4-0 on the year, with all four wins coming at the expense of the Three Rivers District.

  • Grayson tops state for AYP

     

  • Sawyers targeted for revitalization

     

  • Beating near Virginia Creeper Trail under investigation

     

  • TCRH ranked one of top hospitals in U.S.

     

     

    The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, the powerful nonprofit that inspects and accredits hospitals in the United States, has for the first time compiled a list of the nation's top hospitals.

  • Carroll expedites public utility projects

     

  • APCo pitches rate raise to SCC

    RICHMOND — Appalachian Power Co. began making its case for a base rate increase of nearly 6 percent Tuesday, telling state regulators that its request balances the company’s earnings goals with customers’ concerns about escalating rates.
    But, in a hearing before the State Corporation Commission, lawyers with the state attorney general’s office argued that regulators should not increase Appalachian’s base rate.