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Culpeper Town Treasurer resigns

- Yusuf receives $41,000 in severance

Biz Bio- The Frenchman’s Corner: Culpeper’s Chocolate Connoisseur

- Valentine’s Day is Sunday. One of the staples for this annual romantic event is candy. Surrounded by hundreds of delectable chocolates, it’s safe to say that Marc Ast is a man in love.

State Theatre announces spring theatre classes

- The State Theatre continues to showcase its mission of inclusion, access, and sustainability by adding theatre classes for all school age children, as well as something for adults. This new initiative is being formally called State Theatre Educational Programs (STEPs) and is a cornerstone of the new community arts center that new Executive Director Steven Barker is putting into play.

Math and Science textbooks available for review

- Culpeper County Public Schools will be adopting Pre‐Calculus, Calculus, and Meteorology textbooks on the high school level and is seeking input from students, parents, teachers, and other community members.

Neighbors pan span plan

- PEC: Inaction raises cost of historic bridge repair

Culpeper Town Council nixes last part of Maintenance Code

- Citing fears that that implementation of the third section of the Virginia Maintenance Code might have a negative impact on the elderly or those on fixed incomes the Culpeper Town Council voted 5-4 to not adopt the final section.

Culpeper Town Council dumps troubled financial software program

- It took a special council meeting last Wednesday for the Culpeper Town Council to unanimously scrap the problem-plagued financial software the town has been using since 2007.

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

- Following are the county police reports from February 3-10. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. Announces a New Downtown Beautification Project

Courtesy Photo. Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. Pocket Park Campaign sign to be erected on site of future E.B. Wood Community Park.
- To better reflect the open and inviting atmosphere of Downtown, Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. (CRI) has partnered with the Wood family to give back to Culpeper. For many months now, the property at 118 North Main Street has been an empty lot.

Behind the Badge: Chad McKnight

- Tough and dedicated, McKnight knows firsthand how powerful help can be

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