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Man dies following single-vehicle crash

WINCHESTER — A 67-year-old man died Friday morning after being involved in a single-vehicle crash on Northwestern Pike (U.S. 50). Read More

Career and technical program adapts to meet industry needs

WINCHESTER — Lexi Marasco said she is confident applying for a job at the Locke Store in Millwood, partly because of the final exam she had taken in a business management class at Clarke County High School. The final in the class, one of numerous career and technical education (CTE) courses offered at the high school, was to create a resume. Read More

Clowns react to recent panic over reported ‘creepy’ sightings

WINCHESTER — Children aren’t the only ones being frightened by the creepy clown panic that has swept the nation over the past two months. For the people who actually work as a clown for a living, the scary clown sightings have been a severe blow to business. Read More

Activists want homeless shelter for women in city

WINCHESTER — A coalition of local activists and social professionals wants to establish a shelter specifically for homeless women in the city. Read More

SU dedicates newest housing unit

WINCHESTER — When a rain shower doused Shenandoah University during Friday afternoon’s dedication ceremony of Roni’s Roost, SU’s newest housing unit, it was like a touch of home for Ireland-native Roni Flett Wilkins, whom the building is named after. Read More

Elementary school students make music with tuned metal tubes

BERRYVILLE — Students at D.G. Cooley Elementary are making music with simple flicks of their wrists. Read More

SU offers a new film studies minor

WINCHESTER — Lights, camera, action! Shenandoah University is offering a new film studies minor to expose students to film aesthetics, genres and criticism. Read More

City receives water fluoridation award

WINCHESTER — The city has received the Water Fluoridation Quality Award from the U.S. Department of Health (DOH) and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Read More

Groundwater investigators to find secondary water source

BERRYVILLE — The Clarke County Sanitary Authority unanimously agreed earlier this week to hire groundwater investigators in order to find a second water source for the Prospect Hill Spring Water Treatment Plant. Read More

Winchester indictments: Arlington man is indicted on multiple charges

WINCHESTER — An Arlington man allegedly found with several firearms, 72 Xanax pills and marijuana was indicted Tuesday by a city grand jury. Read More

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