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Photo by Marshall Conner. Culpeper Little League Challenger Division held its final game of the season on June 19. A caring community is what makes programs like these successful, inspiring and very rewarding. Orioles player Lay-Lay Bannister-Wells is all about happiness.
- Culpeper’s Little League Challenger Division holds their last game of the season

Dr. Russell Brear heads for Colombia

- See the light: Doctor on a mission. Culpeper eye surgeon takes his trade on the road mixing ministry and medicine.

Chris Settle lawsuit settled

- Details not disclosed in the settlement case between Culpeper Town Police captain Chris Settle and a local media outlet and one of their reporters.

Culpeper County School Board encourages public input

- TAB time is Tuesday, Jan. 20, starting at 6 p.m.

Culpeper Town Council votes to demolish unsafe structures

- Buildings at 421 Madison Road and 508 Washington Street to come down.

Why I Relay: Anne Richardson’s story

- Culpeper's Relay event is scheduled in May 2015. Many of those who participant are involved now.

Culpeper in brief - January 15 issue

- Check out what's coming up. Might be an opportunity to try something new.

Del. Ed Scott would like to hear from you

- Del. Ed Scott (R-30) would like to know what is on your mind as he heads to Richmond for this year's General Assembly.

US of Aging: Ten Reasons not to read The Motley Fool

- Culpeper Times columnist takes exception to recent article in The Motley Fool .

Athlete of the Week: Cullen Burnett

- Cullen is a battle tested senior primed for a promising future.

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