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Today's News

  • Lord's Acre Sale is Saturday

    The annual Lord’s Acre Havest Sale will be held Saturday, tomorrow, at Felts Park in Galax. 

    A worship service will be held at 9:30 a.m. and the sale opens at 10 a.m., with proceeds to benefit the churches of the area. 

    Shoppers can stock up on all kinds of fresh, fall produce, canned goods, homemade pies and handmade crafts, attend worship service and visit with friends and acquaintances.

    The event is sponsored by Carroll-Grayson United Workers for Christ Association and is a main fundraiser for many local churches.

  • Racers dodge raindrops in second-to-last ECD weekend

     ELK CREEK -- Rain was the main event Friday night at Elk Creek Dragway, and with more than two inches per hour falling at the track, the night’s action was washed out. Saturday turned into a race around the raindrops event, and the fans that braved the weather saw a great show.

  • Cavalier cheerleaders bring home honors

    BOONE, N.C.

  • Tide runners sweep Marion meet

     MARION -- Galax swept the boys’ and the girls’ individual championships at the Walker’s Run cross country meet, a 3-mile race held Saturday at Hungry Mother State Park in Marion.

  • Carroll cruises past Grayson

     HILLSVILLE -- Carroll County raced out to leads of 13, eight and 10 points and breezed to a 25-13, 25-15, 25-19 win over Grayson County in a nondistrict volleyball match Monday.

  • Tide heads to high ground in search of W

    Something’s gotta give. Starting the season 0-4, Craig County is giving up 36 points per game, while 0-4 Galax is allowing 39.

  • Cavs, Devils get defensive

    HILLSVILLE -- One is seeking its first win, the other is finding a groove. One is airing it out, the other is running over folks. But despite their differences, Grayson County and Carroll County have one thing in common -- they put up one heck of a defense a week ago. Carroll County (2-2) dominated the first half defensively and the second half offensively en route to a 33-14 thrashing of Tazewell.

  • Cavaliers control Tazewell

    HILLSVILLE -- After dominating the first half in terms of time of possession, Carroll County gradually pulled away from Tazewell in the second half and took home a 33-14 win in a Southwest District game at Tommy Thompson Field. For aficionados of ground control offense, the first offensive series of the game was a thing of beauty.

  • Bobcats throttle Tide, 42-0

     With both Radford and Galax entering Friday night’s game winless on the 2009 season, one was bound to collect its first win — unfortunately for Galax, the Bobcats scored early, quickly and often en route to a 42-0 nondistrict pounding of the Maroon Tide on its home field.

  • Devils drop another close one, falling 7-0 to Highlanders

     INDEPENDENCE -- Undefeated Glenvar faced a fired-up Grayson County defense last Friday night and managed to escape with a 7-0 nondistrict victory on a rainy night at Bill Strong Field.