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big brothers big sisters

no responses. April 9, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Local Big Brothers Big Sisters Director Resigns


Local Big Brothers Big Sisters Director Resigns

The Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Virginia recently submitted her resignation. Juli Ferrell left the post to pursue a position at the […]

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sports breakfast

no responses. April 8, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Three Students Receive Apple Blossom Honors


Three Students Receive Apple Blossom Honors

The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival announced Friday (4/5/2019) that it has selected three recipients of the Partlow Insurance Sports Breakfast Student Honors. These recognitions are presented […]

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Work Zone Awareness Week Begins in Staunton District


Work Zone Awareness Week Begins in Staunton District

The Virginia Department of Transportation is reminding citizens that today (4/8/2019) marks the start of National Work Zone Awareness Week. In VDOT’s Staunton District alone, which […]

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Head of REC Selected as President of CFC’s Board


Head of REC Selected as President of CFC’s Board

The president and CEO of the Rappahannock Electric Cooperative has been selected to serve as president of the Board of Directors for a primary financing arm […]

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battlefields foundation

no responses. April 7, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Battlefields Foundation to Host Civil War Conference


Battlefields Foundation to Host Civil War Conference

The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation is gearing up to host its 4th Annual National Civil War Conference. The 2019 conference is set to be held in […]

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new ceo

no responses. April 5, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Following Resignation, NW Works Names New CEO


Following Resignation, NW Works Names New CEO

NW Works, a nonprofit organization helping those with disabilities find employment in Frederick and Clarke Counties and Winchester, has named a new CEO. Richard Kozlow filled […]

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Shenandoah Battlefields Foundation Receives Grant


Shenandoah Battlefields Foundation Receives Grant

The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation was included in $2.3 million of funding distributed by the National Park Service. The foundation, which preserves and interprets the region’s […]

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Vote Means I-81 Drivers Will Face Tax Hike


Vote Means I-81 Drivers Will Face Tax Hike

After a Wednesday (4/3/2019) vote, drivers along I-81 will now face a gas tax hike. The measure was proposed by Governor Northam as a means of […]

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widget cup

no responses. April 4, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Widget Cup CTE Competition to be Held Friday


Widget Cup CTE Competition to be Held Friday

Students from Clark and Frederick counties and the City of Winchester will compete in the 2019 Widget Cup tomorrow. The Widget Cup event is an annual […]

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CTB to Hold Public Meetings on Transportation Projects


CTB to Hold Public Meetings on Transportation Projects

The Commonwealth Transportation Board announced Monday (3/1/2019) that it will host nine meetings across Virginia, and is inviting the public to share feedback on transportation projects […]

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Apple Blossom Festival Gets Nonprofit Designation


Apple Blossom Festival Gets Nonprofit Designation

The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival has announced that it has officially been granted full 501(c)(3) nonprofit status by the Internal Revenue Service. The news came from […]

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Shenandoah Valley Under Red Flag Warning


Shenandoah Valley Under Red Flag Warning

The Shenandoah Valley is under a red flag warning from the National Weather Service, and is facing an enhanced fire threat this afternoon (4/3/2019). A dry […]

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