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  • Stab victim charged with domestic assault

    HILLSVILLE — A 31-year-old Hillsville man has been charged with two counts of domestic assault against his girlfriend, who was charged on Friday for allegedly stabbing him in the back with a knife.

  • Galax stuffs Warriors’ rally

    Chilhowie had proven to itself that it could be done, overcoming a two-set deficit to a higher-seeded team on the big stage of a postseason tournament. Galax proved that even though it was a 2-seed, you’re still the champ until someone demonstrates otherwise.

  • Maroon Tide, Conley repeat as 1A West champs

    BRISTOL –– Clif Conley stood at the side of the chute, exposed legs flecked with mud, and waited for all the runners who finished behind him to walk on by.

    Rain dripping off his close-cropped hair, the Galax senior extended his arm, patted each on the back and said “great race‚“ to them all. He was there for a while.

    Nobody finished in front of him.

  • Tickle, Cougars run past Cavs

    STUART –– Patrick County broke open a close game in the third period last Friday night to hand the Carroll County Cavaliers a 27-14 setback in a nondistrict game at John D. Hooker Field.

    The Cavaliers trailed 20-14 late in the third period when Cougar runningback Zach Tickle found an opening in the Carroll defense and raced 44 yards for the touchdown. Miguel Rodriguez’s PAT kick was good and with 35 seconds left in the period, the Cougars padded their lead and held on for the victory.

  • Maroon Tide rolls to 38-0 win

    Grayson County spent the first two quarters one play away from making it anybody’s ballgame. Galax spent the third quarter four plays away from adding another nail to the Blue Devils’ coffin.

    After struggling to take a 7-0 lead into the half, Galax exploded for 24 quick-strike third-quarter points, zooming away to a 38-0 win over Grayson in the final regular season game for both teams.

  • FOOTBALL, VOLLEYBALL PLAYOFF PAIRINGS & RESULTS

    FOOTBALL

     

    REGION 1A WEST

    First round

    Honaker 45, Twin Springs 14

    Galax 52, Twin Valley 7

    George Wythe 37, Rural Retreat 6

    Auburn 25, Fort Chiswell 20

    Patrick Henry 28, Clintwood 20

    Covington 32, Northwood 6

    Radford 42, Hurley 0

    Haysi 54, J.I. Burton 16

    Second round

    Friday

  • Readers Hotline 11/10/14

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  • Fries to seek funding to fix up rec center

    FRIES — Fries Town Council has approved a resolution to authorize the recreation center renovation committee to seek and accept planning and evaluation funding on behalf of the town.

    Mayor Richard Farmer requested the vote at council’s Nov. 4 meeting.

    The resolution states that the town-owned structure — commonly referred to as the Fries “Y” — is in a state that may become unsafe and unusable for town activities and other uses.

  • Carroll Library begins new chapter

    HILLSVILLE — The Carroll County Public Library staff and guests gathered at the library on Nov. 1 for a rededication of the newly renovated building.

    As the first snow of the season blanketed the ground outside, the upgrades to the library’s structure became even more apparent to guests, who remained warm and cozy during their stay.

  • County celebrates filling industrial park

    HILLSVILLE – Now that the Carroll County Industrial Park is 100 percent full, Carroll County leaders will direct their efforts toward Wildwood Commerce Park at Exit 19 on Interstate 77.

    Andrews Farming and ANDCO Logistics, a company that reaches from New York to Florida, will expand into the vacant Virginia Produce building, filling the last vacancy in the park.

    Keith Andrews, president and CEO, said the company plans to invest $5.6 million and hire 51 people over the next three years.