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  • #2 - This old house
  • #3 - Homeless man indicted for arson
  • #4 - Local student in program for future medical leaders
  • #5 - Family rejoices in hunting tradition

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Candidate vies to make elections more competitive

WASHINGTON — Robert Sarvis, a Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate, says a vote for him is an investment in the future... Read More

Family rejoices in hunting tradition

STAR TANNERY — Stories from the past and favorite memories are the lifeblood of any close-knit family, and the Pattersons are... Read More

Robert Sarvis

PARTY: Libertarian AGE: 38 OCCUPATION: Software developer and lawyer. EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, Harvard University; master’s degree in math, University of Cambridge,... Read More

Valley Health expands Ebola screening protocol

WINCHESTER — Emergency rooms at Valley Health’s six hospitals and its three Urgent Care centers are screening patients for possible Ebola... Read More

This old house

Stephens City — In the early 19th century, a small brick building on Main Street was home to a blacksmith and... Read More

Berryville teen in Marine Marathon

WINCHESTER When registration for the Marine Corps Marathon closed several months ago, Michael Munn was living in a group foster home... Read More

Homeless man indicted for arson

WINCHESTER — A homeless man, who was charged last week with vandalizing the area outside the former Taylor Hotel site in... Read More

Open house to mark Frederick fire company’s 75th anniversary

Local student in program for future medical leaders

Sherando students put mental health in spotlight

Winchester hands up October indictments

Russ Potts, Sen. Mark Warner embrace at meet and greet

SPORTS HEADLINES

Pioneers win Conference 21 cheerleading title; James Wood and Sherando also advance to region

James Wood volleyball tops ’Cats 3-1 for 20th victory

SU Football Notebook: Altered O-line keeps chains moving for Hornets

Hunting Guide: Deer might be more challenging to find for area hunters

Hunting Guide: VDGIF online hunting courses become popular option

Hunting Guide: Beating the wind when hunting deer

Area briefs: SU women’s soccer routs Hollins, 11-0

LIFE HEADLINES

Casino Night rolls in with disco, games

Musicians shine light on human rights in Venezuela

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