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Browntown booms for buds - Annual Redbud Festival expected to draw 1,500

BROWNTOWN — Browntown's population of about 300 will nearly quintuple Saturday as 1,500 are expected to flock to town for the 15th Redbud Festival. "That's a traffic jam in Browntown,"…
The Warren Sentinel /  04-21-2017

Duckpin Alley for sale again

MOUNT JACKSON — Less than a year after taking ownership, two Luray residents are selling Virginia’s oldest duckpin bowling alley. Shannon Freeze, 33, who co-owns Shenandoah Bowling Lanes in Mount…

Strasburg First Responder dies at 26

STRASBURG — Strasburg’s fire department and rescue squad lost one of their volunteers last weekend. Michael Alexander Nixon, 26, died at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital on Saturday, Jan. 30. No cause…

Community pitches in for family who lost their home

ELKTON – The community is stepping forward to help a single mother and her three children who lost their home in a fire last Tuesday. Amy Baugher and her children,…
The Valley Banner /  02-03-2016

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Page News & Courier

Luray, Page agree to form Airport Authority

At a joint public meeting last Wednesday, the Luray Town Council and the Page County Board of Supervisors voted to establish a Luray-Page County Airport Authority to take over the…
Page News and Courier /  06-25-2013

District 3 Supervisor in Page County faces 15 felony charges in Rockingham over DMV titles

Page County District 3 Supervisor John David “J.D.” Cave faces more than a dozen felony charges in Rockingham County related to what Cave calls a “mixup with DMV titles.” The…
Page News and Courier /  06-19-2013

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Federal Government shutdown continues to hurt local economy

The day after Dan Herney discovered he needn't bother showing up for work, the Shenandoah National Park employee showed up anyway. It's a little after 1 p.m. last Wednesday. Herney…

Shenandoah County continues discussions about Strasburg’s rescue squad

With a shrinking volunteer force, the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors is looking into whether to pay for additional firefighters to staff the Strasburg Volunteer Rescue Squad. But the supervisors…

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The Valley Banner

Meth Case `Explodes’

Raids in Harrisonburg, Shenandoah, Elkton net string of arrests

Could an EQ basin be Elkton’s solution?

ELKTON — Town Manager Kevin Fauber, and with him the Elkton Town Council, are facing a large-scale challenge: how to complete all state Department of Environmental Quality-mandated sewer upgrades without…
The Valley Banner /  02-22-2012

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The Warren Sentinel

Former U.S. Senator Harry F. Byrd Jr. dies at age 98

Sen. Harry F. Byrd Jr., whose independent candidacy in 1970 made state and national history, died Tuesday morning at “Courtfield,” his Tennyson Avenue home. He was 98 and, at the…

National company contracted to provide workforce services across the Valley

A national company with 45 years of experience in offering workforce job services across the country has been contracted to provide the same services to clients throughout the Shenandoah Valley.…

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