Greg Ray DeHart
Pictured is one of the works by Wayne Stroud. (Photo submitted)
Danny Tuttle of the Train Shop works with some of the model trains that he carries at his business. Located at 93 S. Main St. in Marion, the Train Shop has trains and railroad-related kits in all the popular scales. They include the big G-scale model of Tweetsie (pictured on the left). To…
The pickup truck collided with the power pole at 3229 U.S.Highway 70.
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Motor Carrier Enforcement is investigating a single-vehicle accident which occurred at 7:20 a.m. Wednesday morning when a tractor trailer ran into the median past the 135 exit near Claremont. The collision with the guardrail ruptured the fuel tanks caus…
Donna Autry showed the kids quilts she plans to give during the holiday season.
These two women are wanted for questioning after deputies discovered a stolen car from Hendersonville burned and destroyed in Montford Cove.
Joyce Parker of Montford Cove proudly holds the journal and certificate of release from her grandfather Andrew Wilkerson. He was a soldier in the 22nd N.C. Regiment, which was part of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. (Photo by Mike Conley/McDowell News)
Jeffrey Ray Elkins
Traffic halted in both directions on U.S. 221 221 South Monday after a wreck involving five cars sent three people to Mission Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Through Walmart’s Local Giving Program, the Marion Police Department was able to acquire cameras to assist officers with documenting crime scenes. Pictured are (from left): Lt. Scott Spratt, Police Chief Allen Lawrence, Asst. Manager of Walmart Elizabeth Steele, Sgt. Rick Gutierrez and Lt…