Posted: Friday, Aug 29th, 2014
GRAFTON, Tuesday Sue Davis was arrested and arraigned by Magistrate Leonard Lucas for first degree murder yesterday morning. Lieutenant D. T. Holcomb of the Grafton City Police Department investigated the homicide that took place around 9:45 Wednesday at Briarcliff Apartments.
Lieutenant Holcomb's criminal complaint reports that Tuesday Davis shot her husband, Gary Christopher Davis, in the abdomen with a ...more
Posted: Wednesday, Aug 27th, 2014
GRAFTON - The biggest event since the Spirit of Grafton, hit Main Street last Friday and Saturday.
Members of the popular television reality show Lizard Lick Towing and Recovery came in with their trailer designed by Steve Phillips of Lizard's Wraps & Signs.
Members of the reality show that participated in the event and signing autographs were, Ronnie and Amy ...more
Posted: Monday, Aug 25th, 2014
GRAFTON - Tina L. Freeze of Flemington, appeared before Taylor County Circuit Court Judge Alan D. Moats Thursday afternoon.
Taylor County Sheriff Terring Skinner petitioned the court to seek immediate seizer of three horses owned by Freeze.
On July 29, Taylor County Dog Warden Bonnie Bolyard, received pictures of horses that appeared to be neglected and malnourished, from an undisclosed ...more
Posted: Friday, Aug 22nd, 2014
GRAFTON, Thanks to the efforts of Steve Phillips of Lizard's Wrapz and Signs, Lizard Lick Towing & Recovery is coming to Grafton tomorrow. Lizard Lick Towing & Recovery, as seen on TruTV, is a reality show and a towing and repossession company located in Lizard Lick, North Carolina just outside of Raleigh, North Carolina. The Livin' The Lizard Life Event ...more
Posted: Wednesday, Aug 20th, 2014
GRAFTON, Chairman and Vice-Commander of VFW Post 3081 Dale Zinn, organized the First Annual Veterans Over 85 birthday celebration.
52 veterans were invited to the event that took place at the VFW Post 3081 Saturday evening.
"I would like to have this celebration carry on each year," shared Zinn. ...more
Posted: Monday, Aug 18th, 2014
PRUNTYTOWN, Carnival music, laughter, smiling faces and the smell of fresh fries, pizza and caramel apples filled the hills last week, as the Taylor County Fair made its way back into the county and our hearts.
"It was like it had never left," shared one attendee.
Stay tuned, as the Mountain Statesman will be providing pictures and results from ...more