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  • #1 - Handley principal to resign at end  of school year
  • #2 - Traffic circle detour confuses some drivers
  • #3 - City native recalls terror  of Nepal quake
  • #4 - Local gathering sets goals on drug addiction
  • #5 - Athlete Spotlight: Clarke County boys’ track & field athlete Justin Dulaney

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Handley principal to resign at end  of school year

WINCHESTER — Handley High School Principal Jesse Dingle is stepping down at the end of the school year to become principal... Read More

Local gathering sets goals on drug addiction

Winchester — A gathering of local, state and federal officials in the city Monday outlined a series of goals written for... Read More

Traffic circle detour confuses some drivers

WINCHESTER — The National Avenue Gateway Improvement Project began Monday and, according to city officials, some motorists have not adjusted to... Read More

City native recalls terror  of Nepal quake

WINCHESTER — For one minute, which felt much longer, Katherine Kipps thought her life was in jeopardy. At... Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

Athlete Spotlight: Handley girls’ track & field athlete Abby Swartz

Athlete Spotlight: Clarke County boys’ track & field athlete Justin Dulaney

Area briefs: Handley tops Clarke County in baseball

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