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News Maker David Brotman on FNFSR Fundraiser Sat. Oct. 2

We continue talking with David Brotman Executive Director of The Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River in today’s News Maker. Today David tells us about fishing on the Shenandoah

State Police investigate a small plane crash

A small plane crash near Lansing West Virginia killed all three people on board. Nick Fletcher, Michael Taphouse and Wesley Farley, all three in their 30 were from the Chesapeake

Winchester’s Mayor Smith is reappointed to a VA. board

Winchester Mayor David Smith has been reappointed to the Virginia Board of Workforce Development. The mayor has served as the Vice President of Operations on that board. Smith was reappointed
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Front Royal Warren County EDA has an interim director appointed

At the latest Front Royal Warren County Economic Development Authority (EDA) board meeting the authority had an interim Executive Director appointed by the Warren county Administrator. Taryn Logan will serve

Berryville changes water and sewer charges

Berryville approved changes to the town’s schedule of Water and Sewer Fees and charges. The changes will affect the monthly water and sewer administrative and facilities fees, water and sewer

REC and SVEC team up for Girl Power Camp

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative and Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative held their first collective Girl Power Camp. The camp included 11 high school girls who came from Winchester to Louisa County and
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News Maker Tracy Fitzsimmons for Pt. 2 on Shenandoah University

Yesterday we talked to Shenandoah University (SU) President Tracy Fitzsimmons about her being selected by Virginia Business Magazine as one of the top educators. For that podcast click here. In today’s

VSP escort U.S. Army Sgt. Knauss to Arlington to overwhelming support

Virginia State Police (VSP) escorted the motorcade of fallen U.S. Army Sergeant Ryan Knauss through the state. Sergeant Knauss of Tennessee was one of the 13 killed in Afghanistan on

Request for a delay in Thomas Caldwell’s trail has been denied

U.S. District Court Judge Amit  Mehta denied a request to delay the criminal trial of Thomas Edward Caldwell. The prosecution’s request was submitted to afford them more time to prepare
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Public transportation is coming to Shenandoah County

Public transportation is coming to Shenandoah County. The Shenandoah office of Economic and Community Development along with local governments of New Market, Woodstock, Toms Brook and Strasburg will bring transit

Berryville changes water and sewer charges

Berryville approved changes to the town’s schedule of Water and Sewer Fees and charges. The changes will affect the monthly water and sewer administrative and

REC and SVEC team up for Girl Power Camp

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative and Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative held their first collective Girl Power Camp. The camp included 11 high school girls who came from

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Furever Friday : Chewy

Chewy, short for Chewbacca, was surrendered due to no fault of his own. He is a 1 and a half year old Cocker Spaniel Chihuahua

Town of Front Royal : Public Notice

The Town of Front Royal Water & Sewer Department is repairing a water break on Kendrick Lane. Kendrick lane will be closed from Massanutten Avenue

Dominion Ridge Academy: Parent Community Night

Dominion Ridge Academy is having a Parent Community Night online, Featuring international speaker, author, and comedian Christopher O’Shaughnessy. An evening of laughter and inspiration Tuesday

Traffic Update

Paving Operations on Route 761

Motorists should expect delays on part of Route 761 ( Old Charlestown Road) in Clarke County from 7a.m.-7 p.m. Friday through Sunday, September 24-26. There