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Month: August 2021

News Maker Mark Sutphin on the Spotted Lanternfly

The Spotted Lanternfly continues to be a concern as it’s spread widens through the valley and beyond. We spoke with Virginia Extension Service Official from Frederick County Mark Sutphin about
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Shenandoah County Fair have to make show adjustments

There is a flash flood watch in effect for the area tonight through late Wed. with a possible 3 to 5 inches with some areas receiving a possible 8 inches of
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VSP lose a K-9 Officer

Virginia State Police (VSP) are saddened to report the loss of a K-9 Officer last night. VSP Trooper Jesse Lewis and his K-9 partner Duke worked with the U.S. Marshal’s
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FCSO arrest a homicide suspect

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office have arrested 18 year old David Austin Rowe on second degree murder charges. Rowe reported to authorities that his 63 year old grandmother Dianna Lynne

Front Royal Police closed Commerce Ave. for 6 hours

Front Royal Police responded to an accident in the North bound lanes of Commerce Avenue for over 6 hours on Sunday. A semi truck rolled over after its load shifted
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LFCC Workforce Solutions offer a job fair at Fauquier

Lord Fairfax Community College’s Workforce Solutions and Virginia Career Works will host a job fair at the Fauquier Campus Sept. 8 from 4 to 7:30 p.m.. This will be at

Sports: Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Here’s what’s happening in the world of sports…

News Maker Casey Hollins on REC and avoiding disconnection

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) is asking their 5,000 member owners who are behind on their bills to contact them as soon as possible. In our latest News Maker segment we

VA. sends aid to Louisiana/W.VA. prepares for Ida

Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana with 150 mph winds Sunday Aug. 29 and is headed to Mississippi. Virginia sent support to the devastated areas better than 24 hours before the storm

NVRDGTF arrest 83 on narcotics charges

A collaborative law enforcement effort called Operation Valley Venue 9 produced 83 charges and over $130,000 in illegal drugs confiscated in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. The three day operation enabled

The Dak Attack

Greetings from The Booth! OK, I think I’ve had enough snow now…for the rest of the season. If bedding down at the radio station on

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Dr. Greene joins Gov. Youngkin’s health team

Governor Glenn Youngkin on the official Governor Web Page announced several key administrative appointments. Youngkin calls the appointments the most important management team he has