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Athlete of the Week: Breqlyne Johnson

- A humble smile and warrior’s spirit describe this Devillette

VDOT crews focus on interstate, primary highways throughout Culpeper District

- Storm is forecast to intensify overnight with heavy snow, high winds

Culpeper County declares local State of Emergency

- If you lose power, call your electric provider, not the Culpeper County Public Safety Communications Center.

Curtain Calls: This means they love us, right?

- Shakespeare Theatre Co. presents double plays through February 14. "The Critic" and "The Real Inspector Hound."

WINTER WEATHER: Snow is coming

- About seventy percent of ice and snow related deaths occur in automobiles. With nasty weather forecast for this weekend, even experienced drivers can find their nerves and skills tested by winter road conditions.

Walther on a roll in his new role

- New prosecutor hits the ground running

Clancey looks for collaboration

- New to town council, Jamie Clancey, is an advocate for a trauma free community. She will take part in an upcoming community discussion focused on that subject.

Waterloo Bridge remains closed

Photo courtesy of PEC. Once connecting Fauquier and Culpeper counties, Waterloo Bridge was closed due to safety concerns two years ago.
- Slow to no progress to restore historic bridge. Time for informational rescheduled due to inclement weather.

Biz Bio- Culpeper Sport & Racquet Club: For everyone to feel better

- Step inside the Culpeper Sport and Racquet Club and you’ll be amazed at the space and what’s in it. Armies of treadmills and elliptical machines, mirrored walls, weight lifting machines, exercise rooms and three clay tennis courts.

Behind The Badge: Rodriguez’s love of digging makes her a natural detective

- Maria Rodriguez’s life story is a locomotive that moves from point to point seemingly unstoppable and pulsing with energy. She puts it another way: “I get bored easily.” A deputy with the Culpeper County Sheriff’s office since 2001, her start in law enforcement follows the pattern of her life.

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