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12 Indicted for Drug Trafficking Across Shenandoah Valley


12 Indicted for Drug Trafficking Across Shenandoah Valley

A federal grand jury sitting in U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg has indicted 12 members of Jalisco New Generation Cartel, also known as the CJNG. The […]

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no responses. March 25, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Page County Traffic Safety Operation Nets 89 Citations


Page County Traffic Safety Operation Nets 89 Citations

Virginia State Police used coordinated traffic monitoring efforts in Page County to  remind motorists that warm weather means an increase in traffic crashes across the region. In […]

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no responses. March 15, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Luray Chamber Gets “50 Years of Love” Tourism Grant


Luray Chamber Gets “50 Years of Love” Tourism Grant

The Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center announced Thursday (3/14/2019) that it’s received a $10,000 grant from the Virginia Tourism Corporation “50 Years of […]

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Affordable Housing Summit Coming to SU


Affordable Housing Summit Coming to SU

The Housing Coalition of the Northern Shenandoah Valley is hosting a housing summit next week. The free event is designed to bring a diverse group of […]

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SU Rebukes Methodist Church Decision on Gay Marriage


SU Rebukes Methodist Church Decision on Gay Marriage

Shenandoah University has responded to a decision from the United Methodist Church to enforce restrictions on same sex marriage. S.U. is one of six United Methodist […]

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no responses. March 6, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Page County DUI Leaves Elkton Woman Seriously Injured


Page County DUI Leaves Elkton Woman Seriously Injured

A Luray man driving under the influence seriously injured one Elkton woman in a Monday (3/4/2019) car crash. The accident occurred at 4:55 p.m. on Route […]

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no responses. March 5, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Woodstock Woman to Run for 15th District Delegate Seat


Woodstock Woman to Run for 15th District Delegate Seat

Beverly Harrison has announced her candidacy in this year’s race for the 15th District House of Delegates seat. The Woodstock Democrat, who announced her bid over […]

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LFCC Earns “Military Friendly” Designation


LFCC Earns “Military Friendly” Designation

For the 10th year, LFCC has been designated a Military Friendly School by Viqtory, a service-disabled, veteran-owned business that connects service members to civilian jobs and […]

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Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 3/4/2019


Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 3/4/2019

The following schools are closed or delayed across the Shenandoah Valley for Monday, March 4th, 2019: Clarke County Public Schools: DELAYED – 2 hour delay in […]

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LFCC Enters Honors Program Partnership with SU


LFCC Enters Honors Program Partnership with SU

Yesterday, Shenandoah University and Lord Fairfax Community College entered into an agreement that will facilitate the transfer of honors students from LFCC to the university. The […]

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Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 3/1/2019


Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 3/1/2019

The following schools are closed or delayed across the Shenandoah Valley for Friday, March 1st, 2019: Clarke County Public Schools: DELAYED – Two hour delay in […]

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REC Meets with Virginia’s Legislative Leaders


REC Meets with Virginia’s Legislative Leaders

Leaders from the Rappahannock Electric Cooperative joined more than 150 of their peers from across Virginia to advocate for cooperative member-owners at the 2019 Legislative Day […]

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