FRWRC hosts unique yard sale

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The Front Royal Women’s Resource Center is hosting a Yard Sale fundraiser today from 8 am to 2 pm at Weichert Realtors on John Marshall Highway.

All proceeds will benefit operations and programs to support women and middle school aged girls in Warren County.

This is a little different than some other yard sales as the Women’s Resource Center does not set the prices, the buyers will.

So you get to decide what to pay which will then be donated.

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WMH celebrates one year anniversary

Warren Memorial Hospital is celebrating its one year anniversary in their $100 million facility today.

They started the morning off with the Hills to Wellness 5k which travels down Leach Run, Happy Creek, and John Marshall Highway.

Then the celebration will start at the hospital at 11 am.

They will have kids activities like a bouncy house, teddy bear clinic, and face painting.

There will also be educational opportunities like hands on CPR, fire and rescue vehicles to explore, and more.

Warren Memorial will also have information about their services and health and wellness checks for the family.

Lonnie Hill will be broadcasting live from the celebration, so make sure to stop by and say hello!

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WCFR respond to an accident with entrapment

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A social media post from Warren County Fire and Rescue (WCFR) show an accident that occurred late Saturday night Feb. 5.

WCFR units responded to the single vehicle accident around 9 o’clock near John Marshall Highway and Freezeland Road.

A patient was trapped in the vehicle that struck a tree and sustained significant damage.

Due to the complexity of situation and the patient’s condition additional units were called.

Units from Fauquier County and Marshall joined WCFR on the call.

The patient was extracted from the vehicle and airlifted to the trauma center in about one hour time.

No other injuries were reported in the incident.

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News Maker Kayla Wines on HSWC’s Tails and Ales event

The Humane Society of Warren County’s (HSWC) Tails and Ales event returns this Saturday Nov. 13.

We spoke with the Shelter’s Manager Kayla Wines about the fund raiser in out latest news maker segment.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Kayla explains that this is one of the biggest fundraiser for the Humane Society of Warren County.

Last year the event was held online but this year it is an in person event at the Front Royal Moose Lodge on John Marshall Highway.

Kayla also explains that there a only a few tickets left for the event either at the Shelter or online.

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Furever Friday: Meet Lucy

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Welcome back to Furever Friday! Each week, we spotlight an adoptable Pet from the Humane Society of Warren County.

This week we’re featuring Lucy she is a beautiful boxer. Lucy is about 2 years old and ready for adoption. Lucy needs to be an only pet she was dog tested and did not do will with others. With humans Lucy is very affectionate and loves to give kisses.

If you are interested in giving Lucy a forever home, please visit humanesocietywarrencounty.com  to fill out an adoption application. Once the application has been processed, a staff member will contact you with the next steps. 

You can also check out the Humane Society of Warren County’s adoptable pets on petfinder.com.

Furever Friday is proudly sponsored by Shear Elegance Pet Boutique. Shear Elegance Pet Boutique has been giving pets the love, care and respect they deserve since 2011. Visit them today off John Marshall Highway and on Facebook.

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Furever Friday: Meet Wink

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Welcome back to Furever Friday! Each week, we spotlight an adoptable Pet from the Humane Society of Warren County.

This week we’re featuring 3 year old Wink who came from our friends at the Frederick County Shelter. Wink is nothing but an angel and one tough little momma. After 9 beautiful kittens Wink is ready to retire from motherhood. She is ready for adoption and cuddles.

If you are interested in giving Wink a forever home, you can also visit humanesocietywarrencounty.com to fill out an adoption application. Once the application has been processed, a staff member will contact you with the next steps. 

You can also check out the Humane Society of Warren County’s adoptable pets on petfinder.com.

Furever Friday is proudly sponsored by Shear Elegance Pet Boutique. Shear Elegance Pet Boutique has been giving pets the love, care and respect they deserve since 2011. Visit them today off John Marshall Highway and on Facebook.

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HSWC welcomes new veterinarian

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The Humane Society of Warren County welcomed a new veterinarian to their team, Dr. Alicia Pownall of Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Dr. Pownall is a graduate of Mississippi State University’s college of veterinary medicine.

She will lead a new project for the Humane Society, a spay and neuter clinic.

The new clinic on John Marshall Highway is currently under renovations and will open later this summer.

The new clinic, the Linda R. Lorber Campus, will offer low cost spay neuter and vaccine services to our community and local rescue groups.

Dr. Pownall has previous experience in a no cost mobile clinic that traveled through Native American Reserves and offered similar services.

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WCSO strongly enforces speed limit

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The Warren County Sheriff’s Office wants the public to know it is strongly enforcing the posted speed limits.

Enforcement will take place in the county as well as surrounding towns.

This is in conjunction with the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) Obey The Sign Or Pay The Fine campaign.

The enforcement will be particularly strong where speed related crashes are more prevalent.

This includes John Marshall Highway, Remount Road, Winchester Road and Stonewall Jackson Highway.

This is where most speed related crashes occur the most in the county.

In 2015 over 9,000 lives were lost in speed related fatal crashes nationally.

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