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Education Watch for Aug 27 2018

no responses. May 8, 2018 Janet Michael

Education Watch: Monday, May 7, 2018


Education Watch: Monday, May 7, 2018

The Virginia Department of Education is changing its accreditation standards, with the aim of providing a more comprehensive view of school quality. The new method for […]

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no responses. May 6, 2018 Cooper

Shenandoah Board of Supervisors Reviews Plans for Road Projects


Shenandoah Board of Supervisors Reviews Plans for Road Projects

The Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors heard Thursday from Ed Carter of the Virginia Department of Transportation Edinburg Residency. Carter reviewed a draft of the county’s […]

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no responses. April 11, 2018 Dylan Nicholls

Fairfax Health District Combats Overdoses With Free Naloxone


Fairfax Health District Combats Overdoses With Free Naloxone

After 40 regional deaths last year in the Shenandoah Valley, and a public health advisory from the U.S. Surgeon General, the Lord Fairfax Health District made […]

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no responses. March 31, 2018 Dylan Nicholls

Shenandoah Schools May Have Trouble Paying For Books


Shenandoah Schools May Have Trouble Paying For Books

There are worries that Shenandoah County Public Schools may not be able to pay for its 2018-19 school year textbooks. According to the division’s textbook and […]

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no responses. March 24, 2018 Dylan Nicholls

RSW Regional Jail Budget Vote Postponed


RSW Regional Jail Budget Vote Postponed

The Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail Authority postponed voting on its 2019 budget Thursday, March 22nd. This was after other members of the authority were absent for the […]

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no responses. January 16, 2018 Cooper

Shenandoah Youth Celebrate MLK Jr. With Service Project


Shenandoah Youth Celebrate MLK Jr. With Service Project

On Monday, January 15th, over 100 student volunteers from John Handley High School Interact Club, the Winchester NAACP Youth Council program, and Frederick and Clarke County […]

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no responses. December 24, 2017 Cooper

Stanley Man Pleads Guilty to $3,400 Theft


Stanley Man Pleads Guilty to $3,400 Theft

A Stanley man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to three theft-related charges after stealing $3,400 worth of copper earlier this year. Phillip Samuel Hyre, 28, pleaded guilty […]

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no responses. December 9, 2017 Cooper

Woodstock Police Arrest Four for Armed Home Invasion


Woodstock Police Arrest Four for Armed Home Invasion

Woodstock Police arrested four suspects on Tuesday, December 5th in relation to a November home invasion. Aaron Branham, Adrian Brown, Philip Runion, and Brian Shea are […]

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no responses. November 25, 2017 Cooper

Deadline for Public Commentary on National Park Rate-Hike Extended


Deadline for Public Commentary on National Park Rate-Hike Extended

The deadline for the Shenandoah National Park‘s public commentary period concerning its proposed rate hikes has been extended another month, now lasting until December 22nd. The […]

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no responses. November 11, 2017 Cooper

Friday’s High School Football Playoff Scores


Friday’s High School Football Playoff Scores

Friday night marked the start of playoffs for local high school football. Warren County beat Skyline 31-14 in Group 3-A action. In Group 2-A, Clarke County […]

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no responses. November 4, 2017 Cooper

Scores in the Last Weekend for Regular Season High School Football


Scores in the Last Weekend for Regular Season High School Football

It was an exciting last weekend for the area’s high school football regular season. Warren County came out with a narrow 22-21 win against Skyline, Central […]

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no responses. April 29, 2017 Alex Hinton

Shenandoah University Announces Name of New Building


Shenandoah University Announces Name of New Building

Shenandoah University is proud to announce its newest campus facility will be named the James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics & Events Center. Shenandoah University’s Board of […]

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