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Today's News

  • Strategic arm limitations

    With the coming of the new baseball season, there are some new regulations — and some will likely have an impact on most teams at some point this spring.

    Pitching arms, always highly valued and occasionally endangered in high school baseball, will be safer as a result of a recently announced Virginia High School League rules change.

  • Devils pull away from Chilhowie, Cavs drop Floyd Co.

    CHILHOWIE –– Grayson County scored six runs in the fifth inning to break open a close ballgame and defeated defending Division 2 state runner-up Chilhowie 10-6 in a nondistrict game Friday.

    The Blue Devils (1-0) took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first but saw the Warriors (1-1) draw even in the third. After scoring a single run in the fourth, Grayson put together its six-run rally in the fifth, highlighted by Dylan Isom’s two-run double.

  • Cav girls, Tide boys win big

    Galax may wish to consider putting this one in the playbook, because of the 22 players on the field, 21 of them appeared to have been caught off-guard.

  • Blue Ridge Tour ready for 15th season

    Registration is now underway for the 15th season of the Blue Ridge Junior Golf Tour.  

    The schedule includes four golf academies, which focus on instruction in all phases of the game, one “Golf by the Rules” clinic in which the player receives on course guidance to play the game according the rules of golf, and seven tournaments, including a season-ending two-day tournament. 

  • Galax battles back, falls short at Marion

    MARION –– Galax scored six runs in the final two innings but came up one run short, falling 12-11 to Marion in a nondistrict game Wednesday afternoon.

    Galax trailed 10-5 after the fifth before scoring three runs on a Chandler Quesenberry double and two Scarlet Hurricane errors.

    Marion answered with two runs in the bottom of the inning but Galax rallied once again on RBI singles from Quesenberry and Alex Zipprich before running out of gas.

  • Big finish leads Cavs past Tide

    As the afternoon wore on and the temperatures gradually dropped, Carroll County’s bats only got hotter.

    The Cavaliers racked up 13 runs in the fifth and sixth innings to break away from a one-run lead going on to hammer Galax 17-3 in six innings in a nondistrict game Friday at Felts Park.

    Galax (1-3) just had put three runs on the board to pull to within 4-3 when the Cavaliers (3-0) batted through the order in consecutive innings to blow the game open.

  • Akers charged for methadone possession

     

  • Galax woman faces drug, child abuse charges

    Shadaleigh Jean Davis, 23, of Galax faces multiple charges from a March 15 arrest, according to Galax Police Chief Rick Clark.
    On the offense date, Galax Police responded to a Galax residence along with representatives from the Galax Department of Social Services, to investigate alleged child endangerment, Clark said.
    A search of the residence found narcotics (methamphetamine), paraphernalia and U.S. currency. These findings were seized by the officers on the scene.

  • Campground is fun for the whole family

    By SHAINA STOCKTON, Staff
    FANCY GAP — In 2005, Mark and Cheryl Manning decided to make their life-long dream of owning their own campground a reality.
    Soon after, they found the perfect place to start: a campground on Fox Trail Loop in Fancy Gap, off of the Blue Ridge Parkway in Carroll County, that had been there since the 1950s.
    Along with help from the rest of their family, they set to work turning it into the campground they had always imagined.

  • Police chief charged with making threat

    UPDATED 3/22/13:  A Grayson County investigator has filed a warrant against Chief James Wagoner after verbal argument over the arrest of a juvenile. Wagoner has been returned to active duty after an administrative suspension.