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Massanutten employee falls 40 feet from zip line
A Massanutten Resort employee was injured April 7 when he plummeted over 40 feet to the ground from the resort's zip-line attraction, resort officials say. The fall occurred just before 5 p.m. Kenny Hess, director of sports and risk management at the resort, reported the following Monday that the injuries sustained by the employee were not life threatening. He declined to identify the man, who was treated Sunday and then released from the University of Virginia Medical Center. Hess said that the man had been employed since January as a zip-line attendant.
Two crashes leave 4 dead, 1 injured on I-81
Two unrelated crashes last Thursday on Interstate 81 left four dead and one injured.
Former SAAA director indicted
A Warren County grand jury has indicted the former head of the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging for allegedly bilking money from the organization.
Page News and Courier / 04-05-2013
Shenandoah man pleads guilty to felony murder in baby’s death
A Shenandoah man who was originally charged with malicious wounding and aggravated wounding of a child last July pleaded guilty in Page County Circuit Court on Monday to charges of felony murder and felony child abuse.
Page News and Courier / 04-01-2013
Inmates captured shortly after escape from Page County Jail
Despite checkpoints set up on all routes in and out of Page County Thursday evening, two escapees from the Page County Jail were apprehended less than a mile away after police dogs and tips from the public led police directly to them. The two men reportedly escaped through a hole in the bottom of the fence that surrounds the jail's exercise area at about 4:10 p.m. Thursday, but were both back in custody just three hours later, according to Sheriff John Thomas.
Page News and Courier / 03-27-2013