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Day: January 4, 2022

News Maker Jason Craig of VH on COVID-19 testing locations

As we have mentioned and Gov. Northam has confirmed in an email COVID-19 testing cannot be performed at hospital emergency rooms. We spoke with Valley Health’s (VH) Director for Community

Front Royal closes its town hall lobby until at least Jan. 18

In a post from the town of Front Royal website beginning today Jan. 4 through at least Jan. 18 the town hall lobby will be closed to the general public

Power providers are working diligently to restore power

Emails from both Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) and Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) (listed alphabetically) show that all are working diligently to have full restoration of power as soon as

VSP report a busy snow event

Emails continue to come in from the Virginia State Police (VSP) as they continue to work the storm. Starting Mon. Jan. 3 through midnight last night troopers fielded more than
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VDOT continues to treat the roads and the situation on I-95

An email from the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) shows that they continue to treat roads in the state. VDOT along with state authorities are asking that you travel after

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Greetings From The Booth and Happy New Year! With all quiet on the Shenandoah University front, I wanted to weigh in on a couple of NFL greats who passed away

Sports: Tuesday, January 4th, 2022

Big Ben Goes Out With A “W”, Another Bowl Game Tonight, Baylor Remains Atop The AP Hoop Poll

Furever Friday: Meet Curly

Welcome back to Furever Friday! Each week, we spotlight an adoptable Pet from the Humane Society of Warren County. This week we’re featuring Curly a gray

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WCPS makes masks optional for students

Warren County Public Schools (WCPS) announced in a social post the latest mask requirements for students. Students with the proper form signed by a legal