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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.

Curd Quips: Blessed are the cheesemakers

- If you have been raised in the South you know that this simple phrase can be construed or delivered many different ways. Not all of them good. So when I read a campaign for a cheese company (from a Northern retailer) that featured “blessed are the cheesemakers” as its centerpiece, I stopped. Was this for real?

Curtain Calls: “PERICLES” Blown Back On Course

- Who knows how long “Pericles: Prince of Tyre”, that literary child of many fathers, might wander the oceans of lost and drowning works if it didn’t bear the fingerprints of Mr. Shakespeare? This romantic-tragic-comic adventure story, lacking the legitimacy of certain parentage, didn’t make it into the First Folio, but can point to well-received performances by The King’s Men to boost its historical image.

Tips to ease holiday travel stress

- To help ensure holiday cheer, the travel experts at Extended Stay America have partnered with the ultimate holiday traveler, Santa Claus. Who better than the “Official Hotel of Santa” to offer some great holiday traveler tips?

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper Area for November 25 - December 12

Stevensburg woman in custody for soliciting murder

- Counterfeit money, weapon found on premises.

Derby corporate challenge leads to free summer camp

Photo by Ian Chini. The Tanom Motors team won the inaugural Piedmont Downhill Corporate Challenge Saturday, November 14. Hosted by the Piedmont Soap Box Derby, the event featured 11 local businesses taking to the race track for a good cause.
- Tanom Motors takes first at inaugural event

State Theatre struggles to stay alive

- Tad Loving and Chris Hamilton, two State Theatre Foundation founding board members, and Steven Barker, the current events and outreach coordinator held a press conference last Thursday. Media present anticipated the message. The State Theatre needs major financial help to keep its doors open. If it does not receive $400,000 in its coffers by Dec. 31, the place will go dark.

Athlete of the Week: Annie Boone

Photo by Marshall Conner.
- Auburn University bound senior touts swimming state titles and is thirsty for more

Biz Bio- Shear Artistry: Color me creative, cheerful and content

Photo by Anita Sherman
- For owner Pam Glascock, it feels like yesterday but this November marks 20 years that Shear Artistry has been in business.

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

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Culpeper man sells his car on television

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

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