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Vigil becomes memorial after missing woman’s remains found
SHENANDOAH — A vigil for the missing Shenandoah woman on Saturday became a tribute to her life, as local law enforcement made two arrests and can claim with “99-percent certainty” that the remains found in Rockingham County are that of Joy Schultz.
Page News and Courier / 10-29-2014
Luray Triathlons has a new owner
LURAY — The Luray Triathlons, the annual two-day race that starts every summer at Lake Arrowhead was acquired by Racine MultiSports last week for an undisclosed amount.
Page News and Courier / 10-22-2014
Hunters want Cub Run Road open in national forest
LURAY — As hunting season approaches, access to prime land becomes a top priority for local sportsmen’s groups, including the Massanutten Hunt Club and the Virginia Hunting Dog Alliance. A prime stretch of Cub Run Road between Catherine Furnace and State Route 685 has been closed for nearly a year.
Page News and Courier / 10-17-2014
Lord Fairfax Community College gets $3.25 million for job training
MIDDLETOWN — Lord Fairfax Community College has been awarded more than $3 million to advance its job-training programs. Vice President Joe Biden announced more than $450 million in grants to community colleges on Monday, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Labor. They’re part of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training program that has awarded nearly $2 billion over four years, according to the release.
Sale of Stardust, Classic Country now complete
LURAY — On last Friday morning's Speakout program, surrounded by his cabal of three and his engineer son Jason, radio host J.D. Cave preempts the new radio station owner, Carrington Thompson. “Carrington has decided that for now, he is going to keep us around,” said Cave on air. On Oct. 1, just two days prior, Cave's family divested their assets of the two radio stations to Thompson, as Easy Radio Incorporated sold “Classic Country” WRAA (1330 AM) and the American classics station “Stardust” (105.7 FM) to Hayden Hamilton Media Strategies for $325,000 and other good and valuable consideration.
Page News and Courier / 10-13-2014