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Front Royal man Killed in Frederick County crash

CROSS JUNCTION — A Front Royal man died Monday night after he failed to stop at a stop sign and was hit by a tractor trailer in northwestern Frederick County.
The Warren Sentinel /  04-11-2014

Shenandoah National Park shines brightly on new quarter

FRONT ROYAL — With a trickling waterfall of shiny new coins, a newly minted quarter featuring Shenandoah National Park was launched last Friday. Of the 1,000 people attending the event at Skyline High School, half were students, according to U.S. Mint spokesman Mike White.

Fort Valley man faces manslaughter charges

FORT VALLEY — The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Fort Valley man last week and charged him with voluntary manslaughter in connection with the March 31 shooting of a 36-year-old Winchester man.

Monger researches local ties to the War of 1812

ELKTON — Shifflett, May, Dean, Frazier, Sellers and Kyger – no, it’s not a law firm. It’s part of the list of familiar names of Elkton-area families whose ancestors fought in the “second American Revolution,” the war between the United States and Great Britain in 1812. The full list of 19 soldiers who fought in the War of 1812 has just been documented by Elkton resident and historian Billie Jo Monger.
The Valley Banner /  04-10-2014
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Phoenix Project in initial phase of re-establishing services for domestic and sexual violence victim

FRONT ROYAL — United Way executive director Lee Smith Osina has found an apt metaphor from Greek mythology to describe a special campaign that will soon be launched to provide…
The Warren Sentinel /  04-07-2014

Edinburg teen performs on ‘Ellen’

WOODSTOCK — John-Robert Rimel used to be a local sensation - it's hard not to be impressed by a 13-year-old who can sing like he can - but he's got…

Loose bison gores man

LURAY — A Stanley man now regrets stopping his vehicle on Saturday to kindly usher a buffalo out of the road. James Dill, 41, of Stanley, was gored by an…
Page News and Courier /  04-04-2014

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Local Sports

Page County native refs in NCAA tourney

Page County native Tim Comer just checked off another item on his bucket list, gaining a top assignment on the game's biggest stage. The veteran college basketball official called a…
03-31-2014

Run like the wind

HARRISONBURG — James Madison University freshman Caitlyn Viafora's collegiate softball career is off and running — quite literally. The former Page County High School speedster is making the basepaths her…
03-24-2014

Former Page County standout gets first start at VMI against No.1 Cavaliers

LEXINGTON — Moving from Group A high school baseball to Division 1 college ball is a huge leap for any ballplayer. But VMI's Tanner Dofflemyer is making the jump in…
03-12-2014

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