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Search continues for bank robbery suspect
LURAY — The Page County Sheriff’s Office continues to search for an armed robbery suspect who fled a Luray bank Monday morning with two bags of cash.
Overheated motor causes fire at Masonite Corp.
STANLEY — A fire Monday morning ceased operations at the Masonite Corp. near Stanley, as crews spent about eight hours battling the blaze.
Former pastor’s wife, daycare provider charged
LURAY — A summons to appear in Page County Juvenile and Domestic Court (JDR) was issued on March 31 charging Margaret E. Daley with a Class I misdemeanor for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Shenandoah National Park shines brightly on new quarter
FRONT ROYAL — With a trickling waterfall of shiny new coins, a newly minted quarter featuring Shenandoah National Park was launched last Friday. Of the 1,000 people attending the event at Skyline High School, half were students, according to U.S. Mint spokesman Mike White.
Loose bison gores man
LURAY — A Stanley man now regrets stopping his vehicle on Saturday to kindly usher a buffalo out of the road. James Dill, 41, of Stanley, was gored by an escaped American bison last Saturday on Big Oak Road near Luray.
Page News and Courier / 04-04-2014