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  • #1 - Unspoken rule to attend men’s lunch
  • #2 - Queen Ahna takes her crown
  • #3 - Berg wins appeal, remains Frederick GOP chairman
  • #4 - Men find common bonds over beer, cigars and women at Stag Luncheon
  • #5 - Graham: Confess sins and move on with life

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Queen Ahna takes her crown

WINCHESTER — Ahna Cameron vowed to display a good, kind and happy spirit and to honor the customs of the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival before being crowned Queen Shenandoah LXXXIX on Friday afternoon. Read More

Firefighters’ Parade an honored tradition

WINCHESTER — They began lining up Friday afternoon, all shapes and sizes of shiny trucks, ambulances, even antique engines. Read More

Firefighters’ Marshal Hammond enjoys role

WINCHESTER — Whether it’s been working together as crew chief and driver in NASCAR or talking about NASCAR as broadcasters, Jeff Hammond and Darrell Waltrip have been a dynamic duo for much of the past 35 years. Read More

Berg wins appeal, remains Frederick GOP chairman

HARRISONBURG — Mark Berg was affirmed chairman of the Frederick County Republican Committee by the Republican Party of Virginia’s State Central Committee on Friday afternoon in Harrisonburg. Read More

Unspoken rule to attend men’s lunch

WINCHESTER — Maybe it’s the mound of spicy food that’s the irresistible draw for the BB&T Men’s Commonwealth Luncheon. Read More

Men find common bonds over beer, cigars and women at Stag Luncheon

WINCHESTER — “The baddest party I’ve ever attended in my career,” is how Matty Cox described Friday’s Stag Luncheon for the 89th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival. Read More

Graham: Confess sins and move on with life

WINCHESTER — Growing up as the eldest child of the evangelical Christian preacher Billy Graham, Virginia “Gigi” Graham felt she would never live up to the expectations thrust upon her, she told the crowd gathered at Friday morning’s Knouse Foods Prayer Brunch at the Winchester Church of God. Read More

For Barbara Cameron, Christian faith is a family affair

WINCHESTER — While Hollywood mom Barbara Cameron is clearly proud of her children, Kirk Cameron and Candace Cameron Bure, for their entertainment careers, she’s even prouder of how they have translated that success to a spiritual stage. Read More

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Police seek man for allegedly exposing himself in city

WINCHESTER — Police are looking for a man who allegedly exposed himself in front of an apartment complex. Read More

Revolutionary War re-enactment of ‘battle’ ready for Cedar Creek

MIDDLETOWN — Mayor Charles Harbaugh IV and the Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation are launching a new event this summer featuring a Revolutionary War re-enactment. Read More

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