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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.

Town of Culpeper files lawsuit against commonwealth’s attorney

Megan R. Frederick
- Lawsuit alleges prosecutorial misconduct by Megan Frederick and her staff of attorneys

Culpeper Land Transfers for May 2015

- The Culpeper County Asessor's Office recorded 86 land transfers in May 2015.

Enjoy the Ride Horse Fair

Photo courtesy of CFC. The Blue Devils vaulting team will amaze and delight with their acrobatics on horseback.
- CFC Farm & Home Centers are celebrating the horse this summer with a brand new, adventurous equine event, August 29, at the Fauquier Fairgrounds in Warrenton, VA: the Enjoy the Ride Horse Fair.

13th Annual Soap Box derby is this weekend

Photo by Ian Chini Facing downhill, the Paul Bates Raceway offers novice and experienced racers several seconds of a thrilling ride and a chance to compete in Akron.
- Master’s Division races on Saturday

Civil War Trust offering land for battlefield parks in Culpeper

Photo by Wally Bunker.
- Several weeks ago, Jim Campi, Civil War Trust (CWT) policy communications director called Clyde Cristman, director of the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), with a proposal to turn CWT-owned battlefield property at the Brandy Station and Cedar Mountain into state parks.

Adwela Dawes: From local stage to statewide sensation

Photo by Marshall Conner. Culpeper native and former football player Adwela Dawes has found new roots in reggae. Now with a busy schedule of performances, his first album is slated for next spring.
- Last month local reggae band Adwela & the Uprising earned a 2015 Virginia Reggae Award for Favorite New Artist. The Virginia Reggae Awards, based in Norfolk, selected its winners with Internet voting.

Culpeper’s illustrated man is into Ink

Photo by Wally Bunker.
- Steve, raised in New York City has been inking people for 22 years, said one of his specialties is “covering up” old unwanted tattoos.

Getting into the spirit at Old House Vineyards

Photo by Ian Chini.
- Winery expands with opening of distillery

Curd Quips: A cheese that’s full of eyes, holes and yes, gas.

- Big holes in cheeses like Swiss and Jarlsberg are called “eyes.” The bigger the eyes, the bolder the cheese, goes the saying. Ask a kid how the holes get in the cheese and you are likely to get a quizzical look and creative answers. My favorite guesses so far are that the smooth eyes in Swiss cheese are “drilled out” and better still, “made by mice running through the wheel of cheese.” Neither is true – it’s a gas.

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