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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.

Rite Aid robber found guilty, awaits sentencing

- The April 2014 daylight robbery of a Rite Aid Pharmacy in Culpeper and the subsequent carjacking in a nearby parking lot was, as court observers noted, a slam dunk case for the prosecution.

Culpeper County School Board

- OpenGov now online

Nixon seeks another term to board of supervisors

- Represents the West Fairfax District

Curd Quips- Real deal: Rave reviews for raw milk

- Taller than me and with very focused eyes, I knew that something was up when the cheesemaker grabbed my arm and led me out of the room. We moved away from the reception and into the hallway where he let go of my arm. He was silent for a moment as he interlaced his fingers and wiped his intertwined hands across the crown of his head, exhaled while looking up at the ceiling, and then brought his eyes back down to mine while placing his hands on my shoulders.

Hiking the Appalachian Trail with Ashley Mullins

Courtesy photo. Stoat completes 24-hour challenge on the Appalachian Trail, Congrats Ashley!
- There are many standard challenges on the Appalachian Trail: cold, heat, rain, and poisonous snakes that look like leaf litter. Fun. However, some foolhardy thru-hikers like to participate in a collection of self-imposed challenges to make the hike a bit more interesting and fulfilling. Of course, Poppins and I happen to be a part of this group of fools. The adventures of Poppins and Stoat continue.

Burgandine Avenue to remain open

- Traffic calming measures revisited in Madison Grove

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper Area for June 25 - July 17

Annual fireworks display moving

- The choice came to a move or a cancellation. Faced with relocating the town’s popular annual Fourth of July fireworks or cancelling it due to public safety concerns raised by the town’s fireworks vendor Zambelli Internationale, the town decided to move the annual fireworks display. This year they will move from Yowell Meadow Park to Col. Jameson Boulevard.

Curtain Calls: “Tartuffe” - False prophets and true believers

Moliere's "Tartuffe" plays at the Shakespeare Theatre. Photo courtesy of Shakespeare Theatre.
- Like any good master of farce, Moliere knew that there is a very snug relationship between humor and truth. If your audience can’t recognize the truth in a parodied situation, they won’t see the humor.

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