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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

Please, let it snow: Bryce hopes to open ski season in January

BASYE — Cold weather is returning to Shenandoah County, but skiers and snowboarders may still have to wait to hit Bryce Resort’s slopes. Unseasonably warm weather during the holiday season…

‘It’s God’s Planet’

FORT VALLEY — Fortified with faith-based conviction about the need to act on climate change, Fort Valley resident and environmental activist Katharine Layton, 58, attended the United Nations Climate Change…

New Market Fire and Rescue chief out, county staff yanked

NEW MARKET — Additionally, the county fire and rescue department pulled its 14 paid staff members from the New Market Fire and Rescue Company station on Dec. 21 and relocated…

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Page News & Courier

Third-grader nearly drowns during field trip

A Luray Elementary student was flown to the University of Virginia Medical Center after nearly drowning during a field trip last Tuesday. Page County Sheriff John Thomas said third-grade students…
Page News and Courier /  06-12-2013

Defamation suit vs. SAAA dropped

A former employee has withdrawn her defamation lawsuit against the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging (SAAA) and three of its staff members. An order of nonsuit in Ann T. McIntyre’s…

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Shentel executive testifies before Congress

The executive vice president and chief operating officer of Shentel testified before the House judiciary committee Tuesday to discuss possible changes to laws governing cable, satellite and broadcast television companies.…

Strasburg trying to bring more life to downtown

In an effort to bring more life to downtown Strasburg, the town is in the midst of developing a long-term economic plan. It’s hard to say how long it will…

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The Valley Banner

Sen. Obenshain Includes Education, Eminent Domain Reform Among 2012 Priorities

Likely AG Bid Also Raises Profile Of Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Legislation

72-unit ‘affordable housing’ project proposed

Citizens speak out against rezoning 10 acres
The Valley Banner /  01-20-2012

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The Warren Sentinel

Roanoke woman killed in July 4 accident on I-66

A Roanoke woman was killed and her husband charged with reckless driving after their van crashed July 4 on Interstate-66 during a rainstorm. Sun Mi Seo, 37, died at the…
The Warren Sentinel /  07-12-2013

Artistic Director to leave Wayside Theatre

Warner Crocker, artistic director of the Wayside Theatre, resigned at the end of last month. Dr. Byron Brill, president of the theater’s board of directors, said Crocker had 15 “wonderful”…

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