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  • #1 - Frederick says it was unaware of ban on burning in summer
  • #2 - Artifacts may belie timeline for man in ‘U.S.’
  • #3 - Clarke horse barn may get a new life
  • #4 - Stars of town festival include — an old wagon?
  • #5 - Area briefs: Hagen, Sullivan win in Loudoun Mile

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Frederick says it was unaware of ban on burning in summer

WINCHESTER — Frederick County officials, unaware of a state regulation in place for more than a decade, have been improperly... Read More

Stephens City unveils new Veterans Memorial at festival

STEPHENS CITY The newly dedicated Veterans Memorial off Main Street here honors the sacrifices of the town’s military service members and... Read More

Opening of area pools signals start of summer

WINCHESTER — The official beginning of summer is still a month away, but the unofficial start of the season in the... Read More

Ceremony returns to National Cemetery

WINCHESTER AMemorial Day tradition was reborn on Monday after a 20-year hiatus. About 150 people gathered at Winchester National Cemetery,... Read More

Artifacts may belie timeline for man in ‘U.S.’

BERRYVILLE — More than 25 stone artifacts were unearthed Saturday along the shore of Opequon Creek in Clarke County. The discovery,... Read More

Stars of town festival include — an old wagon?

STEPHENS CITY An old wooden wagon, prodded out of semi-retirement Saturday afternoon, made quite the impression at the 23rd annual Newtown Heritage... Read More

Clarke horse barn may get a new life

Boyce restoration among Clarke historic winners

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SPORTS HEADLINES

Big fourth inning leads Clarke over Luray in Conference 35 softball

Clarke County advances to Conference 35 baseball semifinals

Handley thumps Amherst in Conference 23 girls’ soccer

Handley blanks Amherst in Conference 23 boys’ soccer

Area briefs: Hagen, Sullivan win in Loudoun Mile

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