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Today's News

  • Police search for missing teen

     

    Carroll County deputies are seeking information about a 16-year-old female missing since July 30. Sheriff J.B. Gardner says that Shelia Duncan, 16, hasn't been seen for two weeks after a meeting with a probation officer. There's a possibility that she has run away. The sheriff's office encourages anybody with information about her whereabouts call 728-4146.

  • She's four

    Samantha Autumn Rose celebrated her fourth birthday June 24. Her parents are Tina and Eric Rose of Fries. She has two sisters, Cheyenne and Trinity and a brother, Ryder, all of Fries.

    Her grandparents are the late Connie Dowling and Jimmy and Edna Hines, all of Fries. Her great-grandparents are the late Ressie Dowling and Robert Dowling of Fries, the late Mollie and Hobert Hines of Fries and the late Allie Ray and Arlene Osborne of Austinville.

  • Biddle, Rios plan May 4 wedding

    Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Moser of Galax announced the engagement of their son, Ryan Christopher Rios, to Carissa Marie Biddle, daughter of Dan and Patsy Biddle of Forest.
    Rios is the grandson of Dr. Juan F. and Beverly Rios and Susan Kirkland and the late Steve Kirkland of Galax.

    He is a 2000 graduate of Galax High School. He received a bachelor of science degree in finance, insurance and business law from Virginia Tech in 2005.
    Rios is employed as a financial investigator with the office of the Virginia Attorney General.

  • Turns one

    Wyatt James Hash will celebrate his first birthday Aug. 6 at home with his family.

    His parents are Karen Hash and Eric Hash of Elk Creek. His grandparents are Becky and Larry Elliott and Milton and Barbara Hicks.

  • He's seven

    Ryder Cole Rose celebrated his seventh birthday July 3. His parents are Tina and Eric Rose of Fries. He has three sisters, Cheyenne, Trinity and Samantha, all of Fries.

    His grandparents are the late Connie Dowling and Jimmy and Edna Hines, all of Fries. His great-grandparents are the late Ressie Dowling and Robert Dowling of Fries, the late Mollie and Hobert Hines of Fries and the late Allie Ray and Arlene Osborne of Austinville.

  • Midkiff-Skaggs, Rizzo to marry Sept. 15

    Carla and Kevin Frost of Galax, along with Todd and Kim Skaggs of Shepherdsville, Ky., announced the engagement of their daughter, Emerald Leigh Midkiff-Skaggs, to Joseph Michael Rizzo, son of Dr. Brian and Debra Rizzo of Charlottesville.

    Midkiff-Skaggs graduated in 2004 from Galax High School.
    She obtained her bachelor’s degree in environmental science from the University of Virginia in 2009.
    She is employed as an executive assistant research analyst in Winston-Salem, N.C.

  • Szewczyk, Hicks marry

    Tony Szewczyk of Derby, Conn., and Susan Roudebush of Leesburg, announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Anne Frances, to Matthew Alan Hicks, son of Alan and Vicki Hicks of Galax.

    The bride is the granddaughter of the late Bob Moreland and Mary Etta Moreland of Falls Church and the late David and Estelle Szewczyk of Derby.
    The groom is the grandson of John and Bonnie Ayers of Galax, the late Dallas Brown of Woodlawn and the late Marshall and Dorothy Hicks of Gastonia, N.C.

  • Public record for 8/15/12 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:

  • Natural gas company steps aside

    A private company that sought to provide natural gas service to the Twin Counties has stepped aside as a Carroll County government-led project proceeds.
    Frontier Natural Gas had sought to fill the natural gas gap when Atmos Energy failed to provide service for years.
    Frontier had petitioned the State Corporation Commission to install a natural gas system in the Carroll County and Hillsville area, where there is an existing access port in the Patriot pipeline.

  • Hillsville a contender for printing company

    HILLSVILLE — Town officials say that Hillsville is one of two possible locations being considered by a nationally known screen printing company.
    If the company chooses to locate in Hillsville, it could mean a capital investment of between $1 and $2.5 million by the yet-unnamed entity, depending on whether it buys or leases the building, and the creation of up to 40 jobs, according to Mayor Greg Crowder.