• #1 - Shenandoah football routs Ferrum, 45-20
  • #2 - Handley football loses 46-16 to Eastern View
  • #3 - Colonels crush Rams 40-20 for second win in a row
  • #4 - Eagles turn it on in 2nd half of 42-7 win over Brentsville
  • #5 - Real Estate Transfers


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Smith ruled competent in murder trial

BERRYVILLE — A local judge ruled Friday that a man accused of hiring someone to kill his sister is competent to... Read More

Sheridan prevails at Last Battle of Winchester

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Area toasts boost in tourism numbers

WINCHESTER — Winchester and Frederick and Clarke counties saw a higher increase in tourism activity last year than the state average,... Read More

Paraplegic beats the odds, adapts to new way of life

STEPHENSON — In 2011, Frank Feathers was cutting tree limbs when one knocked his ladder out from under him. “Everything was... Read More

LFCC program boosts new careers

MIDDLETOWN With a baby on the way, Hunter Fletcher knew it was time to improve his job prospects, so he turned to... Read More

Warner has the money edge on foe for Senate

Clarke education group gives kids gift of knowledge

Comstock has fundraising lead in House battle

Celebrating its 50th year — in style

Millwood tower cost could still get trim

Local recreation plan looks beyond Chet Hobert Park

Real Estate Transfers

Business briefcase


Colonels crush Rams 40-20 for second win in a row

Football Game of the Week: After back-to-back routs, Handley faces big test against fast-paced Eastern View

Sherando shuts down Kettle Run 24-7

Eagles turn it on in 2nd half of 42-7 win over Brentsville

Poor start dooms Pioneers in 29-21 loss at Fauquier

SU football’s offense seeks fast start against Ferrum

Area briefs: SU volleyball sweeps Eagles


Boy Scout Troop marks 60 years

Agency celebrates Deaf Awareness Week with activities

‘Furry Tails’ raises money for Blue Ridge Wildlife

Painter’s exhibit showcases rural scenery, barns


Clarke County High School Class of 1954

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