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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

4 candidates for 3 seats in New Market

NEW MARKET — Terms on the New Market Town Council will expire in June for vice mayor John Blosser, and council members Gary Comer and Peggy Harkness. They are seeking re-election, and James Stroop Jr. is hoping to unseat one of them in the May election.

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.

Two die in Toms Brook house fire

TOMS BROOK — During the investigation into Thursday’s fire at 55 Jessica Place in Toms Brook, investigators found two deceased people in the burned house. The medical examiner is working to identify them.

Governor announces 96 new jobs at Mercury Paper

STRASBURG — Mercury Paper will add nearly 100 jobs to its Strasburg facility. Gov. Terry McAuliffe joined local and other state officials to announce the additional 96 jobs at an event Thursday during which the Democrat toured the facility where Mercury makes paper towel and tissue products. Mercury already employs about 140 people at the plant.

Strasburg Police Chief plans run for sheriff

STRASBURG — There's a new face in the Shenandoah County sheriff's race. Even though the election is more than a year away, and official papers have yet to be filed, Strasburg Police Chief Tim Sutherly has announced plans to run as an independent for sheriff in the Nov. 3, 2015, contest.

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