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  • Former rescue captain gets second chance

    Copyright 2017, Wytheville Enterprise

    Reprinted with permission

    WYTHEVILLE — Instead of getting a conviction last week, Dustin Seaver Hazlewood of Galax walked out of court with a second chance.

    The 28-year-old former captain of the Wythe County Rescue Squad pleaded guilty to two felony charges, but a judge didn’t find him guilty — opting for an alternative plan that will require Hazlewood to complete community service and regularly appear in court for reviews of his progress.

  • State auditors praise Grayson Circuit Court

    INDEPENDENCE — The Grayson County Circuit Court Clerk’s office recently received positive results from a completed audit of the county’s court system, which confirm that no deficiencies were found in the system from the January 2016 through March 31.

    Susan Herrington, Grayson clerk of the circuit court, recently shared two pieces of correspondence regarding the completion of the audit.

  • Poll shows Northam beating Gillespie in November

    Landmark News Service

    Democrat Ralph Northam has the early lead over Republican Ed Gillespie for Virginia’s fall gubernatorial election, according to a voter poll released last week.

    Most voters also indicated they’re feeling optimistic about their personal finances and the state.

    Northam was favored by 47 percent and Gillespie 39 percent in the telephone survey by Quinnipiac University taken in the days following the June 13 primaries.

  • Carroll deputy injured in U.S. 52 crash

    FANCY GAP – The Virginia State Police are investigating a crash that involved an on-duty Carroll County deputy and a Willis man.

    The accident happened late Monday night in Fancy Gap.

    According to a news release from Corinne Geller of the Virginia State Police, authorities are investigating the two-vehicle crash, which happened on U.S. 52 in the Fancy Gap area of Carroll County.

    Senior Trooper S.M. Cochran was called to the scene at 11:50 p.m. on July 3.

  • Turns 101

    Opal Virginia McPeak Goad of Woodlawn had her 101st birthday June 2. She celebrated with her family at 13 Bones on June 3.

    She is the wife of the late Ernest Goad. She has three children, Janice Vass, Joyce Cagle and Elmon Goad; five grandchildren, Aaron Vass, Stephen and Joel Cagle, Vanessa Bottomley and Gerald Goad. Also, seven great-grandchildren: Arianna Slate, Alyssa Vass, Owen and Emmett Cagle, Logan and Seth Bottomley and William Goad due to arrive Sept. 3. She has one great-great-grandson, Samuel Slate.

  • She's five

    Aurora Sky Gregory turned 5 on April 4. She celebrated at home with a Shopkins birthday party with her family and friends.

    She is the daughter of Jimmie and Whitney Gregory and sister to Madalyn and Parker of Independence. Her grandparents are Eddie and Brenda Ward of Independence and John and Frances Pierce of Fries.

  • She's one

    Adlianne Grace Spurlin celebrated her first birthday June 12 with a picnic party at her home with her family. 

    She is the daughter of Kevin and Tara Spurlin of Galax. Her grandparents are Owen and Judy Eddy of Castile, N.Y., and Mike and Anita Spurlin of Galax.

  • Kirbys celebrate 60th anniversary

    Fred and Wandy Boyles Kirby of Fries celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 29.

    The couple were married June 29, 1957 at the Fries Pentecostal Holiness Church where they still attend. They have two sons, Barry Kirby of Winston-Salem, N.C., and Tim Kirby of Fries.
     

  • Public record for 7/5/17 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.

    District Court

    These sentences were recorded in December of 2016 in the Carroll County General District Court office, Hillsville. Sentences may be appealed:

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