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no responses. January 18, 2018 Cooper

Rappahannock Electrical Co-Op Kicks off Washington Educational Contest


Rappahannock Electrical Co-Op Kicks off Washington Educational Contest

The National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association has a gathering of over 2000 students that converges in Washington for educational programs, as well as “meet-and-greets” with congressional […]

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no responses. January 18, 2018 Cooper

Woodstock’s “Fighting Parson” to be Remembered Saturday


Woodstock’s “Fighting Parson” to be Remembered Saturday

This Sunday in Woodstock marks the 242nd anniversary of the day when 300 Shenandoah Valley men assembled at the intersection of the town courthouse to join […]

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no responses. January 17, 2018 Cooper

Winchester Offers Art Grant


Winchester Offers Art Grant

Old Town Winchester is now accepting applications for a Virginia Commission for the Arts Local Government Challenge Grant (LGCG). Eligible applicants must be a local non-profit […]

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no responses. January 17, 2018 Cooper

Top of Virginia Regional Chamber Announces Community Award Nominees


Top of Virginia Regional Chamber Announces Community Award Nominees

Twenty individuals and businesses have been nominated for the Greater Good Awards, presented by Valley Health System, to be presented on Friday, January 26th at the […]

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no responses. January 16, 2018 Cooper

SPCA Launches Adoption Campaign


SPCA Launches Adoption Campaign

The SPCA of Winchester, Frederick, and Clarke has a new adoption campaign for residents to adopt a shelter pet before the football season comes to a […]

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no responses. January 16, 2018 Cooper

Stephens City Sunday School Teacher Honored with a Surprise


Stephens City Sunday School Teacher Honored with a Surprise

The congregation of Trinity Lutheran Church in Stephens City had a surprise last Sunday. There was a pause in their service, during which 50-year congregant, Sunday […]

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no responses. January 16, 2018 Cooper

Center for Workforce Development to Host Breakfast for Homeless


Center for Workforce Development to Host Breakfast for Homeless

The Center for Workforce Development is sponsoring a free community breakfast on Saturday, January 20th, lasting from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. at the Calvary Episcopal […]

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no responses. January 16, 2018 Cooper

Shenandoah Youth Celebrate MLK Jr. With Service Project


Shenandoah Youth Celebrate MLK Jr. With Service Project

On Monday, January 15th, over 100 student volunteers from John Handley High School Interact Club, the Winchester NAACP Youth Council program, and Frederick and Clarke County […]

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no responses. January 12, 2018 Kathy Willis

2018 Friends of Scouting Dinner


2018 Friends of Scouting Dinner

The Shenandoah Area Council, Boy Scouts of America would like to spread the word on the impact that scouting has in your local community. The Annual […]

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no responses. January 12, 2018 Janet Michael

City of Winchester to Observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day


City of Winchester to Observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, January 15,2018,  the City of Winchester will follow the below schedule: City of Winchester government […]

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no responses. January 12, 2018 Janet Michael

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative Explains How Weather Affects Electric Bills


Rappahannock Electric Cooperative Explains How Weather Affects Electric Bills

During December and January, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s (REC) service area experienced record-breaking cold temperatures that put heating systems into overdrive and increased electricity use. Energy used […]

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no responses. January 12, 2018 Janet Michael

Visiting Author at Garland Quarles Elementary School


Visiting Author at Garland Quarles Elementary School

On January 23, 2018,  Garland Quarles Elementary School will be visited by children’s book author/illustrator Angela Dominguez.  She will read her books to students in both […]

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