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Virginia Elections Board removes GOP’s ‘Loyalty Oath’

- State officials agreed Thursday (Feb. 4) to honor the Republican Party of Virginia’s request to remove a requirement that voters sign a “loyalty oath” before voting in the March 1 presidential primary.

Culpeper’s State Theatre opens weekend with community outreach and world music highlight

- State Theatre celebrates the opening of a new year with unique programming partnership.

Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office investigating thefts

- Sheriff's Office offers tips to keep burglars at bay

Virginia Senate passes bill targeting Black Vultures

- Farmers claim the large birds prey on livestock, would need permit to kill them

Culpeper man sells his car on television

Photo by Wally Bunker. Sometimes a daughter knows best. John Hayes decided to part with his 2014 Ford Hertz Penske Mustang GT. He sold it on Pawn Stars.
- Mustang GT debuts on Pawn Stars

State Theatre readies to reopen in February with new staff and vision

- Venue rebranding to be the “Premier Venue of the Virginia Piedmont”

Virginia Baptist Homes announces partnership

- Virginia Baptist Homes (VBH) has recently signed an agreement with the National Institute for Fitness and Sport (NIFS). NIFS is an industry-leader in designing and executing holistic wellness programs for seniors. The NIFS partnership underscores VBH’s commitment to healthy aging for its residents.

CRI hosts Mardi Gras downtown Feb. 6

- On February 6, 2016, join the excitement of Mardi Gras in Downtown Culpeper, Virginia! Fun for the entire family including: live music, performing artists, wagon rides, New Orleans inspired food, face-painting, crafts, balloon-magic, and mask making. Enjoy the traditions of Mardi Gras with beads and masks for all.

CCPS Students Participate in Virginia Military Academy’s 2015 American Math Competition 8

- Students from Culpeper Middle and Floyd T. Binns Middle Schools were recently recognized for their achievements in Virginia Military Academy’s 2015 American Math Competition 8 (AMC 8).

Judge denies defense motions in Berry’s lawsuit

- A federal judge denied a defense motion to strike portions of the amended complaint filed against the Central Virginia Regional Jail, former jail Superintendent F. Glenn Aylor and several jail officers and nurses by Sherry Thornhill, whose son Shawn Berry died in August 2014 while an inmate in the facility.

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