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East Rock, Spotswood named among state’s top schools

HARRISONBURG — Three Valley schools have been named among the state’s best alongside almost 390 of their peers. East Rockingham, Spotswood and Central high schools received the 2017 Virginia Board…
The Valley Banner /  08-16-2017

One the job at the EACC - Pedersen takes over as facility’s director

ELKTON – Healthy living is a way of life for Mark Pedersen. Pedersen, 31, was recently hired as the director of the Elkton Area Community Center. The Bridgewater College graduate…
The Valley Banner /  05-12-2016

Luray Caverns receives 2016 Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy

LURAY ― John and Rod Graves, who serve as president and senior vice president of the Luray Caverns Corp., respectively, were recently recognized for leadership in philanthropy by the Virginia…
Page News and Courier /  05-09-2016

Judge rules school board can see assault video

WOODSTOCK — A circuit court judge has ordered the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office to allow the county school board to view a video of alleged sexual assaults involving members of…

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Page News & Courier

More than 30 breaking and entering cases reported in Page County in three weeks

The Page County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate more than 30 breaking and entering cases involving homes that have been filed in the last three weeks. During that time —…
Page News and Courier /  10-02-2013

Preservationists plead to save Luray’s Old Schoolhouse

Last Thursday, the Page County Board of Supervisors listened with skepticism as two preservationists laid out their plan to save the Old Luray Graded School. Architect William Huber and engineer…
Page News and Courier /  09-27-2013

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Court documents: Stonewall student obsessed with Columbine

WOODSTOCK — Documents filed in Shenandoah County Circuit Court claim that an Edinburg student had planned a “school massacre” similar to the attack carried out against Columbine High School in…

Teen indicted in terror plot against school

WOODSTOCK — A student accused of planning a terrorist plot against his school was indicted on three felony charges Wednesday in Shenandoah County Circuit Court in Woodstock. Edinburg resident Aaron…

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The Valley Banner

SAAA gets infusion of cash from Valley Health

The region's largest health-care provider gave the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging (SAAA) a much-needed injection of cash last week..

The exact years remain a question; the dedication is apparent

Friends of Elkton Zoning Administrator Charlotte Shifflett gathered in the town hall recently to celebrate the anniversary of her employment with the town.
The Valley Banner /  04-13-2012

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The Warren Sentinel

Former residents of Front Royal women’s shelter question board decision to close, search for homes

Amanda Russell's 6-year-old son Gavin has endured more transition and turmoil in his short life than many adults will ever experience. He survived a battle with leukemia, living in a…
The Warren Sentinel /  10-24-2013

Harmony Place shelter closes in Front Royal

The 15 women and children displaced by the sudden closing of the Harmony Place shelter on Main Street on Oct. 11 are in safe places, the president of the organization's…
The Warren Sentinel /  10-21-2013

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