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  • #1 - Stephens City man wins big with lottery again
  • #2 - Jury’s ruling in murder trial: It was self-defense
  • #3 - Letter to the Editor
  • #4 - Boy Scouts of America set to streamline programs, oath
  • #5 - City man is accused of assaulting woman

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Remembering the fallen

WINCHESTER — Alicia Harrison describes her father as a doting family man, a patriot devoted to his country and a prankster... Read More

Jury’s ruling in murder trial: It was self-defense

HARRISONBURG — It was self-defense. That was a jury’s determination Friday after the four-day trial of Clarke County High School graduate Nicholas... Read More

Schoolchildren honor ‘people who died for us’

WINCHESTER — Thousands of flags waved in the breeze at the Winchester National Cemetery on Friday afternoon thanks to the efforts... Read More

Stephens City man wins big with lottery again

WINCHESTER — A Stephens City man apparently has the magic touch after recently winning his second seven-figure Virginia Lottery game. On... Read More

Boy Scouts of America set to streamline programs, oath

WINCHESTER — At the beginning of each Cub Scout meeting, boys line up, hold aloft two fingers in the Cub Scout... Read More

Latest Estep ready for National Bee contest

WINCHESTER Since he was 2, Edwin Estep, 13, has attended the Scripps National Spelling Bee seven times to watch his older... Read More

2 citizens groups examine United Way requests

WINCHESTER — Two citizens groups have completed a review of the requests for funding from the United Way of Northern Shenandoah... Read More

Public meeting set for Tuesday on K’town plan

KERNSTOWN — The public is invited to offer input at a meeting Tuesday on future land use and road connections in... Read More

Waterman set to leave Frederick school panel

WINCHESTER — Ben Waterman, chairman of the Frederick County School Board, will not seek a third term in the Nov. 3... Read More

City man is accused of assaulting woman

Localities reminded of potential value tourists can bring

Business Briefcase

Organization Solutions LLC

Virginia localities near D.C. fuel state’s population gain

Farm Credit 1Q profit up 2.1%

Drivers sustain minor injuries in 2-car wreck

Virus may put dogs in danger

Field day fun

SPORTS HEADLINES

Buono boots Warriors past Pioneers, 5-2

Warriors knock off Pioneers in Conf. 21 baseball semis, 7-3

Warriors turn back Colonels

Handley cruises past Streaks in Conf. 23 boys’ tennis final, 6-0

Judges’ girls KO Streaks in Conf. 23 title match, 5-0

Heritage ends Warriors’ season in semifinals

SU’s Mohlmann 12th at NCAA Championships

LIFE HEADLINES

Library tries out ‘cutting-edge’ program

Exhibit highlights 31 artists from the same family

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