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From My Kitchen - Fall food says it all with apples, apples and more apples

Courtesy photo.
- The summer is beginning to wind down and fall is just around the corner.

18th Century Living History Event to be held at Ellwood Manor

Demonstrations will be ongoing throughout the day giving a taste of life during the late 1700s and early 1800s. Courtesy photo.
- On Sunday, Sept. 28, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., Friends of Wilderness Battlefield (FoWB) will host the 8th annual “Taming the Wilderness” a living history event at historic Ellwood Manor.

Farm-related learning found at FUNie Farm

Owner Resi Connell introduces one of the many animals at FUNie Farm. The farm has several upcoming equine events. Photo by Ian Chini.
- If someone says, "I'm going to take you to the FUNie Farm, don't panic. It's not a place to assess your mental health. It is a farm where lots of FUN activities take place.

Complaints help law enforcement get better

- The old adage about learning from mistakes applies to every profession. The Culpeper Police Department and Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office are no exceptions.

Farmer’s market fresh

- Okay, so summer is officially over. That doesn't mean that fresh produce goes away with the sunshine.

Inmate escapee on lock down

- An inmate, who escaped from the Culpeper County Jail Labor Day, remains in isolation and locked down following his capture after four hours of freedom.

SOL assessments: Overall gain for Culpeper schools

- The Virginia Department of Education has released official Standards of Learning (SOL) assessment results for 2013-2014.

Former trooper charged with embezzlement

- A former Virginia State Trooper assigned to the Area 15 Culpeper Field Office has been charged by an Orange County Circuit Court Grand Jury with 11 counts of embezzlement.

Trial date set in defamation case

- “We have reasonable lawyers. What’s going on?” asked Circuit Court Judge J. Howe Brown at the conclusion of a telephonic hearing to set discovery and trial dates in the defamation case filed by Stevensburg Supervisor William C. Chase against Commonwealth Attorney Megan Frederick.

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