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Electric cooperatives assist member-owners in COVID-19 response


Electric cooperatives assist member-owners in COVID-19 response

In response to the hardships being brought upon member-owners due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) and Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) announced they […]

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Page County Public Schools to provided free delivered meals


Page County Public Schools to provided free delivered meals

Page County Public Schools will be providing free delivered breakfast and lunch meals beginning this Tuesday, March 17. Meals will be delivered Monday through Friday. All […]

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COVID-19: Letter from Andrew Shearer, President, Royal Broadcasting


COVID-19: Letter from Andrew Shearer, President, Royal Broadcasting

Confusion.  Hysteria.  Uncertainty.  No toilet paper?  We are in uncharted waters.  Hi, this is Andrew Shearer, President and owner of The River 95.3 and Sports Radio […]

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Mary Daniel appointed as judge for 26th Judicial District


Mary Daniel appointed as judge for 26th Judicial District

Mary L. C. Daniel, Berryville District Representative on the Clarke County Board of Supervisors, has been appointed to serve as a general district court judge for […]

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Coronavirus affects local study abroad programs


Coronavirus affects local study abroad programs

As the Coronavirus continues to spread, colleges and universities throughout the Shenandoah Valley are cancelling study abroad programs and international trips. Shenandoah University announced its students […]

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Available 540 area codes will run out in 2022


Available 540 area codes will run out in 2022

Phone numbers available in the 540 area code are quickly running out as the region continues to grow. The federal regulatory authority responsible for resolving area […]

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United Way celebrates successful 2019 Campaign


United Way celebrates successful 2019 Campaign

United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley held a celebratory conclusion to their 2019 Campaign on Feb. 20. Community members and businesses across the Northern Shenandoah Valley […]

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NSVMGA to host Gardening in the Valley Symposium


NSVMGA to host Gardening in the Valley Symposium

The Northern Shenandoah Valley Master Gardener Association  (NSVMGA) is hosting the Gardening in the Valley Symposium on March 7 from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at […]

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Coming to the Table works to heal from racial wounds of the past


Coming to the Table works to heal from racial wounds of the past

Alyssa McBeth sat down with Ira Chaleff and Judith James from the Northern Shenandoah Valley chapter of Coming to the Table. They discussed the organization’s mission, […]

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Virginia delegates approve minimum wage increase


Virginia delegates approve minimum wage increase

Virginians could see a minimum wage increase in the coming years. Virginia’s House of Delegates passed a bill to raise Virginia’s minimum wage gradually to $15 […]

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United Way to hold 74th Annual Meeting and Recognition Dinner


United Way to hold 74th Annual Meeting and Recognition Dinner

United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley will hold their 74th Annual Meeting and Recognition Dinner on Thursday, Feb. 20 at LFCC’s Corron Center. Be the next […]

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SVEC awards $15,000 to community organizations


SVEC awards $15,000 to community organizations

Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative has awarded more than $15,000 in grants to local organizations as part of their 2020 Operation Round Up program. The first cycle […]

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