Page News and Courier

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 County Tech Center to make move (again)?

LURAY ― Less than a year after relocating to the former Grove Hill Elementary facility, the Board of Directors for the Page County Technical Center is asking that the center be moved back to its original location.

Electric Co-Op proposing base rate increases of 5-7%

HARRISONBURG — The Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative is proposing a base-rate increase for the first time in nearly 14 years. The base rate is the cost electric customers pay each month to receive service from SVEC. It pays for the equipment and processes needed to generate and deliver power. The total cost changes with consumption, but the rate remains constant each month.

Landscaper indicted on 16 felonies for theft, money laundering

LURAY — A Page County grand jury last month indicted a Luray landscaping contractor on 16 felony charges related to stolen equipment.

Valley Health patient records to go electric

WINCHESTER — In a matter of weeks, Valley Health will launch its electronic records management system. The use of EpicCare will begin in some outpatient offices throughout the health system on April 8. The entire system will be using it by May 30.

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