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Month: January 2022

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The American Red Cross needs blood donors after blood drive cancellations

Inclement weather has cancelled blood drives in the area taxing an already low blood supply for the American Red Cross. There are blood drive appointments available in your area. Using
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SU opens audition for its first marching band

Shenandoah University (SU) in a social post announced it is accepting open video audition for its first ever marching band. Any current or incoming student is eligible to submit an

Shenandoah Community Capital Fund is accepting applications

An email from Shenandoah Community Capital Fund (SCCF) announced that applications are being accepted for Start Up Shenandoah Valley (S2V) opportunities. This is the region’s hybrid online/in-person incubator program for

Sports: Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Hornet B-Ball Doubleheader Tonight, Martin Named Pre Season All America, Caps Beat Jets In OT

News Maker Tammy Keeler and Travis Ross on a Fundraiser

Wayside Inn and Larrick’s Tavern along with Paladin Bar and Grill are conducting a fundraiser for a family that lost everything in a fire. We spoke with Tammy Keeler and Travis Ross of

Trex expands in Winchester

Trex company will break ground on a new corporate headquarters and production facility on Crossover Boulevard in Winchester. A news release from Trex states that the company hopes to bring

Shentel corrects an email outage

In a social post from Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel) it was announced that the company had experienced an email outage. The post update states the outage has been corrected as

VA. Legislators ask for the elimination of daylight savings time

According to the Virginia Legislative Information System a resolution has been introduced to eliminate daylight savings time in Virginia. Virginia Legislators are asking for the review of the effects of
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VDOT continues to treat our roads and can use our help

An email from the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) confirms that roads are being treated until they are safe and clear of snow and ice. As of 4 a.m. main

News Maker Wendy May on FredCo Eats Week

FredCo Restaurants Eats Week begins Jan. 31 and goes through Feb. 6 showcasing the foods of restaurants in Frederick County. We spoke with Frederick County’s Economic Development Authority Marketing Manager Wendy

Trex expands in Winchester

Trex company will break ground on a new corporate headquarters and production facility on Crossover Boulevard in Winchester. A news release from Trex states that

Shentel corrects an email outage

In a social post from Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel) it was announced that the company had experienced an email outage. The post update states the

News Maker Wendy May on FredCo Eats Week

FredCo Restaurants Eats Week begins Jan. 31 and goes through Feb. 6 showcasing the foods of restaurants in Frederick County. We spoke with Frederick County’s Economic

VSP are having a busy snow day

An email from Virginia State Police (VSP) Public Relations Coordinator Shelby Crouch reports the accident situation regarding the inclement weather. As of 9 o’clock last

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SVEC restore power

An email from Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) reports that only about 19 members lost power in yesterday’s storm. If you are still without power