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Today's News

  • Wiggins, Brannock united in marriage

    Ronald Tracy Brannock and Megan Wren Wiggins were united in marriage May 13, 2011. The Rev. Sammy Burnette performed the double-ring ceremony.

    The bride was escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, Roger Wiggins and Martha Wiggins of Baywood.
    Her maternal grandparents are Frank and Charlotte Pollard of Baywood. Paternal grandparents are the late James and Edna Wiggins of Elk Creek. Her maternal great-grandmother is Martha Mays of Baywood.

  • Cana hit by tornado Monday

     

    UPDATED SEPT. 7, 12:45 P.M.

  • Harmon to serve 10 years

    ROANOKE — Dozens of citizens petitioned the federal court for sentencing leniency in the illegal drug case against Thomas Glen Harmon, 44, of Woodlawn.
    Dozens of signatures on petitions were submitted to U.S. Court Judge Glen Conrad in Roanoke at the Aug. 29 sentencing hearing for Harmon.
    Authorities had charged Harmon with conspiracy to distribute more than 500 grams of methamphetamine, a schedule II substance. He pleaded guilty to the charge in May, according to court documents.

  • Teacher seeks spot on school board

     

  • U.S. Census: Fewer Virginians are married

     

  • Grayson rolls, 40-7

    INDEPENDENCE –– It took 23 hours to get Grayson County’s nondistrict game with Chilhowie started. It took two minutes and 14 seconds to finish it off.

    In a game postponed from Friday night due to weather, Grayson scored two touchdowns in the final 2:01 of the first half and another one 13 seconds into the third quarter, steamrolling the Warriors 40-7 Saturday night at Bill Strong Field.

  • Oracle vs. Grayson: The other side of the story
  • Oracle vs. Grayson: The other side of the story

    By Lewis and Joanie Walker of Independence

    When Laura George presented her proposed project, the Oracle Retreat Center, to the Grayson Board of Supervisors for approval on June 10, 2010, freedom of speech was exercised by 28 citizens.
    Sixteen others voiced their views through letters and phone calls.
    Though many of the remarks by local people expressed opposition on religious grounds, the board declined the project based on common sense building principles.

  • Readers' Hotline 9/5/11

    Overdoing it
    In reply to the couponing issue in the Hotline, it may be true, but manufacturers issue coupons so customers can use them, but not abuse them. For example, you have people going to the store using 20 coupons on the same item. That’s called abuse and fraud.

    Family feud

  • Readers' Hotline 9/5/11

    Overdoing it
    In reply to the couponing issue in the Hotline, it may be true, but manufacturers issue coupons so customers can use them, but not abuse them. For example, you have people going to the store using 20 coupons on the same item. That’s called abuse and fraud.

    Family feud