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DGIF Releases Statistics from the 2018 Hunting Season


DGIF Releases Statistics from the 2018 Hunting Season

Last week, the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries released statistics from the 2018 deer hunting season. Just over 190,000 deer were killed during the […]

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Pat Collins Announced as Apple Blossom Speaker


Pat Collins Announced as Apple Blossom Speaker

The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival recently announced that Pat Collins will be the featured speaker at its Ladies’ Horticultural Luncheon. Collins is a 10-time-Emmy-Award-winning General Assignment […]

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State Police Report Hundreds of Winter Storm Crashes


State Police Report Hundreds of Winter Storm Crashes

The Virginia State Police are reporting hundreds of crashes that occurred yesterday (2/20/2019) as the winter storm swept across Virginia. From midnight to 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, […]

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Reward Doubled for Info on Man Who Shot Va. Officer


Reward Doubled for Info on Man Who Shot Va. Officer

Federal entities have stepped in to double the reward being offered for information on the suspect in Saturday’s (2/16/2019) officer shooting. The state-wide blue alert is […]

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Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 2/21/2019


Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 2/21/2019

The following schools are closed or delayed across the Shenandoah Valley for Thursday, February 21st, 2019: Clarke County Public Schools: CLOSED – Offices open at 10 […]

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Valley Health: Heart Health


Valley Health: Heart Health

It’s National Heart Month, so we invited Dr. Neal Gaither, interventional cardiologist with Winchester Cardiology & Vascular Medicine and Valley Health to have a conversation about […]

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Route 340 Crash Kills Front Royal Woman


Route 340 Crash Kills Front Royal Woman

Virginia State Police are currently investigating a fatal crash that blocked both lanes on Route 340 in Page County yesterday (2/19/2019). The two-vehicle crash occurred at […]

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Cooperatives Prepared as Incoming Sleet Threatens Lines


Cooperatives Prepared as Incoming Sleet Threatens Lines

The Rappahannock Electric Cooperative warned citizens last night (2/19/2019) that today’s winter storm will likely impact much of its service territory. With the ground already saturated, […]

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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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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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