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  • #2 - Magazine: Winchester a ‘great place’ to retire
  • #3 - Miss Apple Blossom 2015  3rd runner-up in Miss Virginia
  • #4 - Sheriff’s Office seeks information about burglary, larceny at business
  • #5 - Mural brings taste of Clarke to concession stand

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Intense course readies volunteer firefighters

PINE GROVE — It sounds like a recipe for success: Instant firefighter. Just add water. There was plenty of water on Wednesday,... Read More

Gay pride service ‘serendipitous’

STEPHENS CITY — A gay pride service on Sunday at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Shenandoah Valley was planned well... Read More

Mural brings taste of Clarke to concession stand

BERRYVILLE — All those white walls in the new food stand at the Clarke County Fairgrounds “got to me,” said James... Read More

Magazine: Winchester a ‘great place’ to retire

WINCHESTER — A business and personal finance publication names Winchester a “great place to retire” in an upcoming edition. In its August... Read More

Miss Apple Blossom 2015  3rd runner-up in Miss Virginia

ROANOKE — Miss Apple Blossom Festival 2015 Katie Pimblett was third runner-up in the Miss Virginia Pageant, held Saturday night at... Read More

Sheriff’s Office seeks information about burglary, larceny at business

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a March 30 burglary and larceny at Frederick County Sanitation at 100 Garden Gate... Read More

Ham radio remains ‘just a nice way to talk to people’

BERRYVILLE During a 24-hour span this weekend, members of the local Blue Avalanche Communications Group spoke with ham radio enthusiasts... Read More

What woman should be on the new $10?

WINCHESTER — By the end of the year, the U.S. Treasury will determine which woman’s portrait will grace a... Read More

City closings for Fourth of July holiday

WINCHESTER — The city has announced closures and changes to its operating schedule because of the Fourth of July... Read More

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Football returning to Daniel Morgan

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Rain postpones Post 21’s games

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