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Housing Summit co-hosted by Blue Ridge Habitat


Housing Summit co-hosted by Blue Ridge Habitat

State of Habitat annual address, 2019 Housing Summit, and more topics were part of the conversation on The Valley Today with Matt Peterson, Executive Director for […]

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Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 2/20/2019


Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 2/20/2019

The following schools are closed or delayed across the Shenandoah Valley for Wednesday, February 20th, 2019: Clarke County Public Schools: CLOSED – Offices closed as well […]

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hangar

no responses. February 19, 2019 Josh Henry

Clarke Convenience Center Adds Hours to Meet Demand


Clarke Convenience Center Adds Hours to Meet Demand

The new Clarke County convenience center has added additional service hours to meet demand from area residents. The Quarry Road project was a priority for the […]

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Judge Clay Athey Appointed to Va. Appeals Court


Judge Clay Athey Appointed to Va. Appeals Court

Judge Clifford “Clay” L. Athey has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the Virginia Court of Appeals. Athey currently serves as a judge in the […]

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Shenandoah Valley Will See Heavy Wednesday Storm


Shenandoah Valley Will See Heavy Wednesday Storm

River 95.3 Meteorologist Kemp Miller is forecasting a large winter weather event from late Tuesday (2/19/2019) night to late Wednesday (2/20/2019). Listen to his full forecast […]

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State Police Issue Blue Alert After Shootout


State Police Issue Blue Alert After Shootout

The Virginia State Police have issued a state-wide Blue Alert for an armed and dangerous man after a Saturday (2/16/2018) shootout. 25-year-old Donquale Maurice Gray is […]

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Virginia Cooperative Extension Seeks Financial Education Volunteers


Virginia Cooperative Extension Seeks Financial Education Volunteers

Virginia Cooperative Extension is seeking volunteers who are interested in helping families learn skills to manage their finances more effectively.  Master Financial Education Volunteers receive 30 […]

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LFHD Offers Free Flu Shots as Season Worsens


LFHD Offers Free Flu Shots as Season Worsens

The Lord Fairfax Health District is warning citizens that cases of influenza are still increasing in Virginia, and that flu season has yet to get to […]

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power

no responses. February 14, 2019 Josh Henry

Power Loss in Frederick Co. May Last into Weekend


Power Loss in Frederick Co. May Last into Weekend

Many people across the Northern Shenandoah Valley are still without power. While the Rappahannock Electric Cooperative reported early this morning (2/14/2019) that its outages are almost […]

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cooley

no responses. February 14, 2019 Josh Henry

Clarke School Board Discusses Higher Teacher Raises


Clarke School Board Discusses Higher Teacher Raises

The Clarke County School Board discussed new potential salary raises for teachers and school staff Monday, February 14th, 2019. Superintendent Chuck Bishop originally proposed a budget […]

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Power Still Out for Thousands Across Warren, Frederick


Power Still Out for Thousands Across Warren, Frederick

Local electric cooperatives are still dealing with power outages across the region after yesterday’s (2/12/2019) ice storm. The Rappahannock Electric Cooperative was forced to scale back […]

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GOP nomination

no responses. February 13, 2019 Josh Henry

Minchew Secures GOP Nomination for 10th District Del.


Minchew Secures GOP Nomination for 10th District Del.

Randy Minchew has secured the GOP nomination to represent Virginia’s 10th District in the House of Delegates. Minchew was the only candidate to register for the […]

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