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Pastor back from trip to Winchesters

STEPHENS CITY — After visiting all 24 cities and towns in the United States named Winchester, Pastor Jackie Battles concluded that... Read More

Apple crop expected to be same despite winter

WINCHESTER — This year will see a “good, solid, average” harvest of apples in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. That’s the... Read More

Man faces charge involving sister, sex

WINCHESTER — A West Virginia man was arrested in Frederick County Monday after allegedly trying to prostitute his older sister at... Read More

Russell rezone faces queries

WINCHESTER — The development of a 150-acre tract nestled between U.S. 522 and I-81, across from Airport Road, will be the... Read More

Telecommunications towers get approved for formal vote

WINCHESTER — City Council had few questions at Tuesday night’s work session about issuing the city’s proposed telecommunications tower a conditional-use... Read More

Valley Pike: Before ‘dawn’s early light’

Area man killed in accident beloved by family and friends

Woodmark to expand W.Va. plant

Area duo appointed to new Va. commission

Where’s Oreo?

Summer’s not over quite yet

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Football preview — Judges hope more athletic defense can support their explosive offense

Football preview — Washington returns bigger, stronger and faster for Handley

Clarke volleyball surges past Rams, 3-1

SVCA edges Grace

James Wood wins opener in volleyball


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