Graduations dominated the weekend

The weekend saw a number of Graduation ceremonies in the area.

Shenandoah University (SU) had over 1400 students receive diplomas in several ceremonies starting Sat. and ending Sun..

Senator Mark Warner was the keynote speaker on Sat. morning at SU.

Shenandoah County’s Stonewall Jackson High School held graduation Sat. morning with 134 seniors receiving their diplomas.

Luray High School held their ceremony Sat. morning as well with close to 120 graduates.

Sat. night Shenandoah County’s Central High School held their graduation with 176 seniors receiving diplomas.

Page County High School handed out close to 145 diplomas at their Sat. night ceremony.

Congratulations to all seniors and all the best in your future from the River 953.

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A vaccination clinic opens in Page County

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A  no-cost COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be available at Page County High School on Panther Drive in Shenandoah Virginia.

The clinic will open Friday Jan. 22 from 9 a.m. through 1 p.m. for phase 1b citizens which includes those 65 or over, first responders, educational staff k-12, law enforcement, homeless shelter workers, front line workers and younger people with certain conditions that puts them at risk.

Valley health Luray ask that you stagger arrival.

Those with last names beginning with A to D arrive at 9 a.m., E to H at 10 a.m., I to P at 11 a.m., Q to Z arrive at noon.

Each person will be given a numbered registration sheet and asked to remain in their car until their number is called.

At the time of the first inoculation you will be given instruction on the second dose.

Online scheduling is open at

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