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Virginia State Bar reprimands Close

Gary L. Close
- Former Culpeper County Commonwealth's Attorney Gary Close relieved that complaint against him has reached closure.

Hiking the Appalachian Trail with Ashley Mullins

Courtesy photo. Stoat (Ashley Mullins) half-way through the Smokey Mountains, Mount Katahdin is the ending point of the Appalachian Trail.
- Upon starting this Appalachian Trail escapade, I expected the freezing temperatures, constant pain, and intense hunger.

Public street: To close or not to close

- Next Tuesday at its regular meeting, Culpeper town council will take up whether to close Burgandine Avenue, a move Madison Grove residents say is essential to ensure the safety of their neighborhood, which has been subjected to cut-through traffic.

Horsemanship clinics offered

- Nationally known horse clinician Justin Dunn of Guffey, CO will join RFD-TV’s television celebrity host and trail master Tom Seay of Culpeper at Andora Farm for a series of Horsemanship Clinics May 8-12.

Thoughtful Mother’s Day ideas that won’t bust your budget

- As it turns out, some of the most thoughtful gift and activity ideas are the most economical and easy to plan.

Arsenal of Democracy flyover this Friday

- Several planes taking off from Culpeper

Home & Garden: Testing soil periodically is a good gardening tool

- Soil testing is a tool that guides gardeners. Test results indicate the need to adjust soil pH and nutrient levels for optimum plant growth. Often, soil tests save money.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper area for May 7- May 23.

From pupil to president: Dale Douty made the connection

Dale Douty takes time out to talk about his career path.
- His father a former Presbyterian minister in Culpeper, Dale Douty has an entrepreneurial business background coupled with a love for a pastoral lifestyle.

Forever in our hearts: Petersen Jewelers

Photo by Ian Chini. Petersen Jewelers is going out of business after nearly 40 years of service to the community. Peggy Williams and Tod Ross want to thank the community for their loyalty as one door closes and hopefully a new one opens.
- While Peggy has her sights set on new adventures, Tod does not see himself out of the jewelry business. He’s got too much invested. Besides he’s a wealth of knowledge when it comes to gems and what really makes them sparkle. Tod has jewelry business savvy with a heart. He enjoys making his customers truly happy.

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