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Day: September 17, 2021

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News Maker Tracy Fitzsimmons for Pt. 2 on Shenandoah University

Yesterday we talked to Shenandoah University (SU) President Tracy Fitzsimmons about her being selected by Virginia Business Magazine as one of the top educators. For that podcast click here. In today’s

VSP escort U.S. Army Sgt. Knauss to Arlington to overwhelming support

Virginia State Police (VSP) escorted the motorcade of fallen U.S. Army Sergeant Ryan Knauss through the state. Sergeant Knauss of Tennessee was one of the 13 killed in Afghanistan on

Request for a delay in Thomas Caldwell’s trail has been denied

U.S. District Court Judge Amit  Mehta denied a request to delay the criminal trial of Thomas Edward Caldwell. The prosecution’s request was submitted to afford them more time to prepare
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Public transportation is coming to Shenandoah County

Public transportation is coming to Shenandoah County. The Shenandoah office of Economic and Community Development along with local governments of New Market, Woodstock, Toms Brook and Strasburg will bring transit
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Middletown holds it’s 5 annual Patriot Pride Day tomorrow 9/18

Middletown will hold its 5 annual Patriot Pride Day on Sat. Sept. 18 at the town’s Veteran’s Memorial. A number of activities are planned beginning at 2 p.m.. The first

Filming for a movie in VA. begins this fall and they are looking for local help

On location filming in the state of Virginia will begin for an Ethan Hawke film called Raymond on Ray. The major motion picture begins filming this fall in Charlottesville. Bonnie

River Report: 9-17-21

Mark Frondorf updates you on Shenandoah River news, river conditions, environmental concerns, and more, brought to you by Front Royal Outdoors. Visit Don and his crew at

Sports: Friday, September 17, 2021

Area HS Football Sked, VT and WVU Renew Rivalry, WFT Nips Giants

Gut Punch

Greetings from The Booth! Sometimes, you just get a feeling that things might not go your way. That was the case last Saturday as the