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Fountain Hall boasts decades of worldwide guests

- While bed and breakfasts typically lure guests that are visiting for the history or wine of a region, Fountain Hall is also a haven for locals that just want a night away or as a refuge for visiting family or guests.

Home & Garden: Modern design tips to set your home apart

- If it’s time for a remodel -- or even just a refresh of your home’s dated décor – it may be time to think modern.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper Area for August 20- September 26

American Legion Names McGuckin State’s Top Cop

Photo by Wally Bunker. Sgt. Norma McGuckin takes home state honors at an award ceremony held Tuesday. Here she is congratulated by Chief Chris Jenkins (left) and American Legion District 17 Commander Phil Dun (right).
- Every time Culpeper Police Chief Chris Jenkins talks about Sgt. Norma McGuckin a broad smile creeps across his face. The smile broadened Tuesday as he spoke about her. “She is a perfect example of someone coming to this country, pursuing the American dream and contributing to the community,” said Jenkins. “She is a role model to the Hispanic community and a major role model within the agency.”

Running for Culpeper Town Council: Meaghan Taylor

- Six names will be on the November 3 ballot running for Culpeper Town Council: Jamie Clancey, Dave Lochridge, Hank Milans, Frank Reaves Jr., Robert “Bobby” Ryan and Meaghan Taylor.

Running for Culpeper Town Council: Bobby Ryan

- Six names will be on the November 3 ballot running for Culpeper Town Council: Jamie Clancey, Dave Lochridge, Hank Milans, Frank Reaves Jr., Robert “Bobby” Ryan and Meaghan Taylor.

Small local farmers question taxes

Photo by Wally Bunker. Familiar faces at the Culpeper Farmers Market, Corvallis Farm owners Terry and Bryant Osborn await answers on, what they see, as unfair county taxation.
- “Is anyone paying taxes on their farm equipment?” a vendor asked during a meeting of local produce farmers selling their goods at the downtown Farmers Market one cold February day.Rumors circulating earlier this year among the small local produce farmers about taxes being assessed by the County of Culpeper on farm equipment used to raise the vegetables and foodstuffs sold at the Farmer’s Market prompted the question.

Culpeper County School Board

Photo by Ian Chini. Culpeper Middle School sixth grade counselor Kim Hicks shared with Dr. Tony Brads that it was “smooth sailing” the first day back to school.
- New superintendent visits all schools on opening day

Be alert: Schools are open

- It’s time once again to begin a new school year. As we all know the first days of a new school year are a challenge to everyone.

Ruritans plan Culpeper Day Fall Festival

- Mark calendar for Sept. 19 at Ole Country Store

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