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News Maker Kahle Magalis on new VA. laws Pt. 2


News Maker Kahle Magalis on new VA. laws Pt. 2

We continue our conversation with Front Royal Police Chief Kahle Magalis about the new laws in Virginia. The new laws take effect on July 1 in […]

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The community came through for 2 fundraisers


The community came through for 2 fundraisers

Community support was overwhelming over the weekend for two fundraisers. In the fundraiser for Mason Ryder over $1500 was raised to offset the bills for the […]

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Shenandoah Regional Airport confiscate a gun


Shenandoah Regional Airport confiscate a gun

Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport security stopped a Kentucky man from boarding a plane with a loaded handgun. The weapon was discovered in the man’s carry on […]

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Gov. Northam announced a milestone in vaccination


Gov. Northam announced a milestone in vaccination

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 70 percent of adults 18 and over in Virginia have received at least one dose of […]

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The Am. Red Cross reports a server shortage of blood


The Am. Red Cross reports a server shortage of blood

The American Red Cross is reporting a server shortage of blood. You can make an appointments to make a donation at redcrossblood.org use your zip code […]

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News Maker Kahle Magalis on new laws in VA. Pt. 1


News Maker Kahle Magalis on new laws in VA. Pt. 1

New laws go into effect in Virginia on July 1. We talk with Front Royal Police Chief Kahle Magalis about those laws. Kahle tells us about […]

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Va. Career Works online job fair starts 7/8


Va. Career Works online job fair starts 7/8

Virginia Career Works is offering a free state wide online job fair with hundreds of job opportunities. Job seekers need to have a resume ready and […]

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Things going on Jun. 19 and 20 in the valley


Things going on Jun. 19 and 20 in the valley

It is another busy weekend in the valley June 19 and 20. And Don’t forget Father’s Day Sunday June 20. The annual Fort Valley yard crawl […]

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Virginia marijuana legalization timetable has many confused


Virginia marijuana legalization timetable has many confused

By Associated Press | Published Jun. 19, 2021 11:00 a.m. By DENISE LAVOIE RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia’s road to legalizing simple possession of marijuana has […]

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News Maker Cindy Abramo on Thur.’s free show


News Maker Cindy Abramo on Thur.’s free show

Thursday nights throughout the summer free concerts will be presented at the Gazebo in Front Royal. One of these shows is this Thur. Jun. 24 with […]

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State Agencies offer advice on bird deaths


State Agencies offer advice on bird deaths

The Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, National Park Service and other agencies continue to study the cause of bird deaths in the region. In the meantime […]

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SNP celebrates a number of things this weekend and we benefit


SNP celebrates a number of things this weekend and we benefit

Shenandoah National Park (SNP) will celebrate Juneteenth as well as Neighbor Appreciation Day along with Father’s Day weekend. All these things will be celebrated at once […]

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