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Sheriff’s deputies still search for Sarah Greenhalgh’s killer, two years later

- Two years ago yesterday, police and firefighters found Winchester Star reporter Sarah Greenhalgh slain in her home in Upperville.

Gas pipeline in Culpeper County?

- Following word from landowners who received letters from Spectra Energy about a proposed natural gas pipeline crossing their property, the Piedmont Environmental Council sent letters to those same landowners to make them aware of their rights.

Scroggins murder: New investigation, same Results

- As reported last week, Michael Wayne Hash’s federal civil rights suit against five Culpeper law enforcement officials has been dismissed.

Grand Marshals on parade

- Fourth of July parades exemplify Americana at its best.

Council selects from field of eight

- At Tuesday's regular meeting of the Culpeper Town Council, the vote was unanimous to appoint Meghan Taylor to fill the unexpired term for Michael Olinger, previously a councilman, and now elected mayor in May.

Culpeper in Brief

- Culpeper community.

Sheriff’s Office sponsors summer fundraiser

Culpeper Has Talent finalist Alex Caruso will be one of the opening acts for Daryle Singletary in August. Courtesy photo.
- There are some folks that start listening to Christmas music in July.

Time Out

"Ghostbusters". Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper Community happenings.

Cornucopia Volunteer Farm grows food and farming fans

Cornucopia Volunteer Farm Executive Director Chuck Jackson demonstrates how to plant vegetables to a group of Kid Central summer campers on June 23. Jackson loves the interaction with children saying it's very important to the farm because they are the next generation of 'soil stewards.' Photo by Debbi Morello.
- There were 27 children running around Cornucopia Volunteer Farm on June 23, quite proud of themselves for the important work they came to do, planting herbs and vegetables for others to eat who are less fortunate.

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Former Museum of Culpeper History building proposed for arts center



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