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  • #3 - Bull Run re-enactors battle the heat
  • #4 - Clarke officials take part in active shooter training
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Major water line breaks; some FCSA customers affected

CLEAR BROOK - Frederick County Sanitation Authority (FCSA) customers in the northern part of the county may experience low water pressure this week as the agency repairs a major water line break that occurred late Saturday night at its James T. Anderson Water Treatment Plant in Clear Brook. Read More

2nd Battle of Kernstown marks anniversary

KERNSTOWN - Gettysburg resident Daryl Tunget doesn’t like the term "re-enactor." He instead prefers to be called a living historian. Read More

Bull Run re-enactors battle the heat

MIDDLETOWN - Despite temperatures reaching toward triple digits, thousands of spectators and re-enactors flocked to the Cedar Creek Battlefield this weekend for a true display of living Civil War history. Read More

Clarke officials take part in active shooter training

BERRYVILLE - Clarke County and Berryville law enforcement officers took part in active shooter training drills on Saturday at Clarke County High School. Read More

Bennett praises Clinton's choice for vice president

WINCHESTER - The Blue Ridge Democratic Women Committee on Saturday hosted a breakfast featuring Democratic 10th District Congressional candidate LuAnn Bennett. Read More

Fire damages city home

WINCHESTER — Investigators are working to determine the cause of a fire that ripped through a home in the 500 block of Fremont Street Sunday afternoon. Read More

This week's government meetings

James Wood High student to show animals at fair

For anyone who has seen Cyle Dehaven with his cattle, his genuine love and respect for animals is not difficult to notice. Read More

Missing WWI plaque sought

A bronze plaque honoring a local soldier who died in World War I has gone missing. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

Sherando's Borst finishes as runner-up at Fargo

Royals fall to Strasburg, 12-2

Post 21 falls in District 16 tourney final

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Out of the Past ... from the archives of The Winchester Star

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