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Athlete of the Week: Breqlyne Johnson

- A humble smile and warrior’s spirit describe this Devillette

Congressman Dave Brat wins kudos Sunday morning on CNN’s State of the Union

Rep. Dave Brat on a visit to Culpeper.
- WASHINGTON, D.C. - The 2016 presidential candidates should put their promises down on paper so Americans can hold politicians accountable, said Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) Sunday — a suggestion that won him support from an unlikely source on the panel, former State Rep. Bakari Sellers (D-S.C.)

Culpeper Town Council Committee looks for ways to help State Theatre

- The White House Band played to an enthusiastic audience last Tuesday night at the State Theatre. Earlier that day the town's public safety and public works committee met to look for ways to help with the theatre's financial woes.

If these walls could talk, old Culpeper home tells a story

Photo courtesy of Lisa Jackson. The original one-room home was located on what was known then as West Slaughter Street. Sawney Payne purchased it in 1892. Cora Payne, great grandmother to Lisa Jackson, stands in front.
- Bought to be demolished, unearthed layers reveal a rich past

Randy’s Flowers by Endless Creations takes root in familiar soil

- “We’re planning to re-open January 4,” said Steve Cone, who along with his wife Christina, are the owners of Endless Creations that they opened in Culpeper in May of last year.

Biz Bio- Lifestyle Physicians: Prevention is better than a cure

- Carrying excess weight is more than a physical burden. It affects your whole lifestyle and perhaps more importantly your outlook on life. Enter Dr. Sagar Verma, a practicing internal medicine hospitalist at UVA Culpeper Hospital.

Behind the Badge: From Romania to on the road in Culpeper and loving it

- Mimi Miller was born behind the Iron Curtain in Romania. She grew up under the rule of a brutal communist government – America not even something she thought about. She studied law but wished she could become a police officer. Then, as often happens, life takes a twist, Miller met her future husband and left her home, her family, and her studies for a new life in a new world.

Arrest Reports- Culpeper Town Police: Dec. 14-19

- Following are the police reports from December 14-19. 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: Dec. 16-21

- Following are the county police reports from Dec. 16-21. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

Federal judge sends Haymaker’s lawsuit back to Culpeper

- This month, a federal judge in Charlottesville dismissed two counts and remanded back to Culpeper County Circuit Court two other counts of a civil lawsuit filed by Culpeper Police Officer Matthew Haymaker earlier this year against outgoing Culpeper Commonwealth’s Attorney Megan Revis Frederick and her five assistants.

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Arrest Reports- Culpeper Town Police: March 14-20

Arrest Reports- Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office: March 16-22


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