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Valley milk slapped with injunction for tainted milk powder

STRASBURG — The Food and Drug Administration has filed a court order against Valley Milk Products in Strasburg, banning the production of all powdered milk as a result of salmonella…

Superheroes to the rescue: Dinner planned to benefit boy, 4, with rare bone marrow disorder

FRONT ROYAL — A rare gene mutation has induced tribulations upon a local 4-year-old which would be difficult for any adult to handle. Mason Langlais suffers from a dyskeratosis congentia,…
The Warren Sentinel /  03-24-2017

Front Royal considers rental inspection program

FRONT ROYAL — To ensure rentals are properly maintained, the Front Royal Town Council is exploring the possibility of hiring a property inspector. The building inspector, if implemented, would be…
The Warren Sentinel /  03-24-2017

A change in Shenandoah town managers; Roudabush takes reins as Dovel retires

SHENANDOAH – Residents will welcome a new town manager on April 1 when Assistant Town Manager Juanita Roudabush steps up to fill the post being vacated by Larry Dovel, who…
Page News and Courier /  03-22-2017

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Page News & Courier

Six key seats up for grabs in Page County’s fall election

LURAY — Carol Gaunt, Page County director of elections/registrar, says she has had candidate packets ready since the beginning of the year for the November election, but only a few…
Page News and Courier /  03-15-2017

Showcase installment of ‘Voices for the Children’ set for Saturday

LURAY ― Local talent will take their turns at the mic this Saturday to show off their pipes during the debut installment of “Voices for the Children.” Sponsored by the…
Page News and Courier /  03-10-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Styx pulls out of county fair

WOODSTOCK — Styx will no longer perform at the Shenandoah County Fair in August. The fair association announced the rock band’s cancellation “due to unforeseen circumstances” in a press release…

‘General Industry’ a go in Mount Jackson

MOUNT JACKSON — Town Council unanimously approved putting a new zoning district on the town’s books on Tuesday. An amendment to the town’s zoning ordinance creating a general industrial, or…

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The Valley Banner

Elkton moves forward with search for its next town manager

ELKTON — Elkton’s search for its next town manager has narrowed down. Town Councilman Harry Armbruster announced at last Monday’s meeting that 25 applications have been received for the job.…
The Valley Banner /  03-02-2017

Council adds support to Shenandoah Wellness Park proposal

ELKTON — Despite reservations, Elkton officials are throwing their support behind a proposed wellness facility. The proposed Shenandoah Wellness Park would be part of a massive undertaking with four facilities…
The Valley Banner /  02-22-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Egger to vacate town council seat after marriage, move

FRONT ROYAL — Councilwoman B'bhinn Egger broke some bad news to her constituents Monday night, but she had a good reason. Egger will resign effective July 1 because she plans…
The Warren Sentinel /  03-16-2017

Organizer steps up; farmers market to return

FRONT ROYAL — The farmers market on the Downtown Commons could happen this year after all. Beezy Bee consignment shop owner Destiney Sargent has come forward to take on the…
The Warren Sentinel /  03-16-2017

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