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Culpeper Senior Center celebrates renovations

Photo by Jeff Say. Joe Daniel takes a sledgehammer to a wall in the Culpeper Senior Nutrition Site,the culmination of a three-and-a-half year fundraising project. At left, Culpeper senior center coordinator Gladys Williams hugs Linda Daniel.
- On Friday, Feb. 5, the Culpeper Senior Nutrition Site, better known as the Culpeper senior center, hosted a renovation kick off party, culminating almost three and a half years of fundraising.

Biz Bio- Culpeper Gold and Jewelry: Time to tie together generations

- Sporting a silver grey ponytail, a casual blue shirt and Levis, Chris Petersen has created a niche for himself on Main Street and he couldn’t be happier

Culpeper County planners recommend approval of two projects

- A deeply divided Culpeper County Planning Commission narrowly recommended approval of a conditional use permit that would allow a new inn and event facility while at the same time easily recommended approval of a rezoning for a 132-unit age-restricted development along Ira Hoffman Lane at its meeting last Wednesday night. Both recommendations will be considered at the January meeting of the Culpeper County Board of Supervisors.

Arrest Reports- Culpeper Town Police: Nov. 16-22

- Following are the police reports from November 16-22. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department.

Arrest Reports- Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office: Nov. 18-24

- Following are the county police reports from Nov. 18-24. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

Culpeper Town Council discusses possible help for State Theatre

- A town council committee Tuesday morning discussed a way to help the financially strapped State Theatre with its utility bills, but lacking documentation, the committee tabled the matter until next month.

Committee again tables citizen forum rules

- While publicly admitting that many of the proposed rule changes related to public speakers during citizen forum sections of various committee or town council meetings were directed at one speaker, Tom Letts, the Personnel and Ordinance Committee tabled the matter for a second month.

Barker and Stone take the helm to guide the ship of the State Theatre

- Showcasing The Arts To Everyone (STATE) - the new vision

Curd Quips: Blessed are the cheesemakers

- If you have been raised in the South you know that this simple phrase can be construed or delivered many different ways. Not all of them good. So when I read a campaign for a cheese company (from a Northern retailer) that featured “blessed are the cheesemakers” as its centerpiece, I stopped. Was this for real?

Curtain Calls: “PERICLES” Blown Back On Course

- Who knows how long “Pericles: Prince of Tyre”, that literary child of many fathers, might wander the oceans of lost and drowning works if it didn’t bear the fingerprints of Mr. Shakespeare? This romantic-tragic-comic adventure story, lacking the legitimacy of certain parentage, didn’t make it into the First Folio, but can point to well-received performances by The King’s Men to boost its historical image.

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Math and Science textbooks available for review

Neighbors pan span plan

Culpeper Town Council nixes last part of Maintenance Code

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Arrest Reports- Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office: Feb. 3-10

Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. Announces a New Downtown Beautification Project

Behind the Badge: Chad McKnight

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