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Month: September 2021

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Luray Public Notice – Hawksbill Greenway Trail

Hawksbill Greenway Trail will undergo maintenance from October 1st – October 3rd. Work will take place at both ramps leading from Main Ruffner Plaza and the former Brown’s building
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Winchester PD has New Deputy Chief

Winchester Police Department has a new Deputy Chief, Paul A. Cleveland of Winchester. Deputy Chief Cleveland will begin his new role beginning October 12, 2021. He holds a bachelor’s degree
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SU Names Leader of First Ever Marching Band

Shenandoah University has named their first ever leader for the Marching Band. Shaun C. Evans of Minneapolis, MN. He holds a Master of Music in Conducting from the University of

“Start Small” The small business app

Governor Northam announces an app called ” Start Small” . It connects it’s app users with nearby vendors and local small businesses. The app is free and can be used

Central Outfitters

The Town of Woodstock and Central High school have put together Central Outfitters, it is an in house store for all Central students and parents. Students or parents can make

Hornet Spotlight: Mason Caldwell

The Spotlight shines on Hornet Co-Captain and senior defensive end Mason Caldwell, who talks with us about his responsibilities as a team leader, his time at Shenandoah, and what the
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Hornet Buzz: Coach Yoder Previews The BC Game

Here’s our weekly chat with Shenandoah University Head Football Coach Scott Yoder, who takes a quick look back at the Hampden-Sydney game, talks about the bye week, and looks ahead

Sports: Thursday, September 30, 2021

SU Results, Nats Delayed In 10-5 Loss, NFL Young Guns Square Off Tonight
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Belle Grove Plantation host National Sheepdog finals

Belle Grove Plantation is hosting the 2021 U.S. Border Collie Handlers Association National Sheepdog Finals Oct.5-10. In today’s News Maker we talk to Belle Grove’s Executive Director Kristen Laise about the event. The

Am. Red Cross is asking for donations as they are in emergency shortage

The American Red Cross is reporting an emergency blood shortage with only a half day supply currently available. Normally the Red Cross would like to have at least a five

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