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Stevensburg woman in custody for soliciting murder

- Counterfeit money, weapon found on premises.

Curd Quips: Try something different for Thanksgiving

- To that end, let’s make the enjoyment of togetherness and taste the focus, not preparing a specific menu. What if we were to go, dare I say it, off menu and amp up the cheese. Before you get ready to tar and feather me for heresy, consider the rise of “Friendsgiving”, an alternate celebration of the family we choose versus the one that we are born to. In that environment, each person cooks what they wish – not sticking to a menu.

“Giving Locally for the Holidays” during the Culpeper Downtown Holiday Open House

- The Culpeper Center and Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. have partnered to provide Culpeper charities with an opportunity to promote “Giving Locally for the Holidays”. As part of CRI’s Annual Holiday Open House scheduled for this Sunday, Nov. 22, from noon until 5 p,m,, the Culpeper Center will provide a free booth space to a limited number of local charities.

Home & Garden: Make your holidays merry with these fireplace tips

- Fireplaces mean warmth, comfort and ambiance -- and there’s no better time of year to enjoy one than when loved ones are gathered together for the holidays.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper Area for November 19 - December 5

Shawn’s smokehouse Barbeque expands to Warrenton

- Taking his tasty barbeque to Warrenton, Shawn's BBQ opens another location.

Culpeper Alert: Boil your tap water

- Effective 9 p.m. Friday evening (Nov. 13) The areas of South Main from East Mason St. to West Elm St. and Orange Rd. from East Mason St. to Cherry St.

Athlete of the Week: D’Ago Hunter

Photo by Marshall Conner. Sophomore D’Ago Hunter will no doubt be a force on the football field for seasons to come. Wearing the number three, Hunter scored three touchdowns for the Cyclones as they defeated the Kettle Run Cougars Friday night.
- A history of making big plays

Biz Bio- Eagle Postal Express: Shipping and much, much more

- “I visited lots of mailing places,” says Paul Farnam of his meticulous investigation into just what kind of business would work in Culpeper. Then, along with his wife, T.G., Paul opened his first business Eagle Postal Express in April 2013.

Salute to our Veterans: Veterans program at November Jefferson Ruritan Meeting

Courtesy photo.
- The Jefferson Ruritans will host a special Veterans Program on Tuesday, Nov. 17. The public is encouraged to attend to hear stories from local veterans. Pictured are members of the Jefferson Ruritan Club who are veterans and presented last year’s program.

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