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Student with suspected handgun causes lockdown in Culpeper

Photo by Ian Chini.
- Fifteen-year-old now in custody after lock down Wednesday morning.

Curd Quips: Getting above fruited plain

- I am not so sure that our oft-described greatest ally, Great Britain, has a positive view of the colonies when it comes to cheese. Consider the words of an English colleague who, commenting on our Independence Day celebrations said, “Next time we won’t stand in straight lines and wear red coats.” There are some warm and fuzzy sentiments, right?

Campers hone soccer skills

Contributed photo. More than 140 children ranging from kindergarten to middle school learned soccer skills.
- On Tuesday, Kid Central held a three-day soccer camp in partnership with Culpeper Soccer Club at Culpeper Middle School. More than 140 children ranging from kindergarten to middle school learned soccer skills from four volunteer coaches.

Home & Garden: How to lower your mortgage payments

- Are you a homeowner who is current on your mortgage and looking to lower your interest rate? Alternatively, would you like to shorten your mortgage term and build equity faster?

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 July 23 - September 26

Culpeper Police Investigate Break In at Arby’s

- Culpeper police are seeking the public’s assistance identifying a man allegedly responsible for a burglary at Arby’s Restaurant shortly after midnight Friday.

Town presents Madison Grove traffic calming alternatives

- Following the direction of town council, town staff presented four Madison Grove traffic calming measures at a public meeting July 8.

Culpeper Town Council meeting brief

- Following the unanimous approval of 11 items on the consent agenda, which are items requiring no discussion, Mayor Mike Olinger opened the public forum for citizens to address the council on any town-related matter. No one stepped to the microphone.

Marketing Economics

- When the Museum of Culpeper History moved to its new location on Commerce Street, discussions started on what to do with that town-owned building.

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