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Moving along U.S. 601 at 5 mph, Rodger Howell catches the attention of every motorist on the road. Sitting atop his specially designed wagon next to his dog Banjo and lead by two white horses, Howell is exactly where he wants to be.
After serving in the Army during the Vietnam War as a tank commander, and later as a Tennessee police chief, Howell

Veteran becomes inadvertent celebrity

Moving along U.S. 601 at 5 mph, Rodger Howell catches the attention of every motorist on the road. Sitting atop his specially designed wagon next to his dog Banjo and lead by two white horses, Howell is exactly where he wants to be. After serving in the Army during the Vietnam War as a tank commander, and later as a Tennessee police chief, Howell

Baseball
BOONVILLE — Starmount pounded out 15 hits and dealt Ashe County a 13-0 loss in the first round of the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference Tournament.
Henry Stone tossed five scoreless innings and allowed just two hits to get the complete game victory as the game ended after five innings due to the 10-run mercy rule.
Senior Sawyer

Baseball, softball fall in MVAC tourney opener

Baseball BOONVILLE — Starmount pounded out 15 hits and dealt Ashe County a 13-0 loss in the first round of the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference Tournament. Henry Stone tossed five scoreless innings and allowed just two hits to get the complete game victory as the game ended after five innings due to the 10-run mercy rule. Senior Sawyer

Starmount students Nick Worley and Quin Gilliam are named Prom King and Queen.

Starmount Prom 2015

Starmount students Nick Worley and Quin Gilliam are named Prom King and Queen.

Elkin netters headed to state tourney

Despite not coming away with trophies, the Elkin men's tennis singles and doubles teams both left the 1A regional tournament this past weekend on a winning note, and in good position for the state tournament. In the 1A regional doubles semifinals, Elkin's Ryan Schell and Chad Vestal were defeated by Pine Lake Prep. With the loss, Schell and Vestal

Moving along U.S. 601 at 5 mph, Rodger Howell catches the attention of every motorist on the road. Sitting atop his specially designed wagon next to his dog Banjo and lead by two white horses, Howell is exactly where he wants to be.
After serving in the Army during the Vietnam War as a tank commander, and later as a Tennessee police chief, Howell

Veteran becomes inadvertent celebrity

Moving along U.S. 601 at 5 mph, Rodger Howell catches the attention of every motorist on the road. Sitting atop his specially designed wagon next to his dog Banjo and lead by two white horses, Howell is exactly where he wants to be. After serving in the Army during the Vietnam War as a tank commander, and later as a Tennessee police chief, Howell





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