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  • #2 - Equipment problem fills plant with smoke
  • #3 - Tips sought in burglary spree
  • #4 - New program at rescue mission aims to help addicts
  • #5 - Records fall at Judges Classic; Arslan 2nd and Pioneer boys finish 4th

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At Community Fair, learing to be safe

‘Everyone’s spruced up’ for good time at prom

WINCHESTER — Prom is a seminal teenage experience. On Saturday evening, 100 people had the opportunity to relive the experience —... Read More

Banquet marks 70th anniversary of local NAACP

WINCHESTER — Reflecting on 70 years of progress and looking forward to what work remains were the themes of a 70th... Read More

Police honored at annual dinner

BLUEMONT — The Horseshoe Curve Benevolent Association honored nine area law enforcement personnel and a police dog Saturday. The gathering, which included... Read More

At local gathering, Warner touts bipartisan approach

WINCHESTER — Whenever U.S. Sen. Mark Warner crafts a “major piece of legislation,” he partners with a Republican colleague. “You start with... Read More

New program at rescue mission aims to help addicts

Equipment problem fills plant with smoke

Tips sought in burglary spree

Area Government Meetings

SPORTS HEADLINES

SU falls to Bobcats 20-10 in home opener

Records fall at Judges Classic; Arslan 2nd and Pioneer boys finish 4th

SU’s Lloyd wins Kinder tourney

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