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Town of Culpeper purchases Fletchers Glen

- Also known as the Waugh Tract, the property sits along the 400 block of Madison Road just south of Gayheart’s pond.

This Week in the Culpeper Times

Culpeper Felines and Friends has adoptable kitties on Saturday, Oct. 25.
- This Week, the right rail on the front of the print edition of the Culpeper Times, highlights key events coming up.

Reeves in Culpeper to stump for Brat and Gillespie

Sen. Bryce Reeves (R-Frederickburg) for the 17th District was in Culpeper Monday evening at the Founding Fathers Republican Women's meeting held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Nearly 40 turned out to hear about the latest bills he is working on in Richmond and to get his take on the upcoming general election. He is pictured here with Tom Neviaser (left), a retired orthopedic surgeon, and now the author of several books.
- GOP would like to get voters out for Nov. 4 General Election.

Culpeper Chamber hosts open house

Photo by Ian Chini
- Culpeper Chamber officially in their new home.

Virginia VINE observes Domestic Violence Awareness Month

- Officials encourage public to register http://www.vinelink.com

Trammell visits Culpeper

Photo by Ian Chini
- Professor in politics

Culpeper County Library hosts authors event

Gary L. Close will sign "Breakout: The Roswell Legacy"
- Authors gather to discuss and sign their books

Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery tour celebrates 10 years

“Trees of Autumn” Benita Rauda Gowen
- Beautiful drive and lots of art discoveries in the Piedmont.

Time Out: Check what’s happening soon

Halloween (1978) at State Theatre Friday, Oct. 24, free
- Always lots happening in and around Culpeper.

Richmond track closure could send more races our way

Their loss, our gain
- “I firmly believe that getting rid of an old business model that had no chance of succeeding will allow the industry to redefine itself and grow in a way that is sustainable.” Debbie Easter, Virginia Thoroughbred Association

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More Local News

Town of Culpeper planners discuss ordinance changes

New E-911 agreement moves forward

Summer Camps: Sheriff’s Summer Sports Camps online registration open now

School ends and summer camps begin

Home & Garden: Is your yard wildlife-friendly? Nurture Nature

Home & Garden: Gray trending as a home exterior color

Home & Garden: Building a pro kitchen for less than you think

What’s Happening around Culpeper

Johnson named Region IV School Superintendent of the Year

Culpeper court scene: Jury favors Frederick in defamation suit

Defamation suit against Culpeper top prosecutor goes to court

Culpeper Literacy Council offers opportunity


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