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  • #1 - WWII vet finally gets his recognition
  • #2 - Shuttered Wayside Theatre to go up for auction July 14
  • #3 - Woman may have helped save her home
  • #4 - Studio goes from drab to fab with a little help
  • #5 - Dontae Mauck

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Museum of the Shenandoah Valley: Celebrating 10 Years

Special 16-page section celebrates the first 10 years of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, its 10 years of progress and its legacy in motion Read More

City rocks in Fourth of July

WINCHESTER — An intermittent drizzle did little to dampen the festivities during the third annual Rockin’ Independence Eve on Friday in... Read More

James Wood’s Houser thinks big, takes chances

WINCHESTER — When Katie Houser was a freshman and about to serve in a tight spot during a match, then-James Wood... Read More

Katie Houser

Katie Houser James Wood — Senior VOLLEYBALL — After missing her entire junior season with a foot injury, Houser returned and flashed... Read More

Dontae Mauck

Dontae Mauck Handley — Senior FOOTBALL — At wide receiver, Mauck earned All-4A North Region honorable mention and was a unanimous... Read More

Shuttered Wayside Theatre to go up for auction July 14

MIDDLETOWN — The Wayside Theatre, which housed a professional theater that closed in 2013, will be auctioned off at 1 p.m.... Read More

Handley’s Mauck proves  his worth

WINCHESTER — For much of 2013, there might not have been a more dynamic duo in the area than Handley High... Read More

Sheriff’s Office youth camp remains a hit

STRASBURG The rain didn’t dampen the spirits of more than 60 kids who raced in burlap sacks on Thursday morning as part... Read More

Ranger finds path to success

MIDDLETOWN — For Kyle Rothemich, one of the high points of his part-time job as a National Park Service park ranger... Read More

Lake Holiday residents weigh in on property

CROSS JUNCTION — Residents of Lake Holiday are being asked for ideas on how 205 acres surrounding the gated residential community... Read More

Event to bring climate change close to home

Woman may have helped save her home

Forage practices topic of event

A summer snack

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SPORTS HEADLINES

Aldie offense provides fireworks in 14-7 rout of Winchester Royals

Girls’ Athlete of the Year Honorable Mention

Boys’ Athlete of the Year Honorable Mention

LIFE HEADLINES

WWII vet finally gets his recognition

Studio goes from drab to fab with a little help

Author writes about reconciliation after Civil War

Chronic disease workshops to focus on better health

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