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New law requires photo identification to vote

- November is just a few months away with national, state and local positions up for grabs.

Rich Crowley’s Snapshot of Culpeper

- Hay Holdup

Culpeper Fiesta expands to three days

- Thanks to the sponsorship of several area businesses, this year's Culpeper Fiesta celebration will be better than ever.

CRI Presents - “Fall Fashion Preview to Benefit SAFE”

- The Cameleer, Green Roost, Harriet’s General and Pepperberries are proud to announce their first annual Fall Fashion Preview Night to benefit Services to Abused Families, Inc (SAFE).

Shenandoah National Park Plans Prescribed Burn

- Shenandoah National Park Fire Managers plan to burn 35 acres of Big Meadows sometime between September 20 and October 10, 2014, weather permitting.

“Belle Grove in the Civil War” Tours Scheduled for September and October 2014

- In commemoration of the upcoming 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Creek, Belle Grove will continue to offer a special tour that discusses Belle Grove Plantation during the Civil War.

Culpeper Literacy Council - “In Need of Volunteers to Serve as Tutors”

- Culpeper Literacy Council is in need of volunteers to serve as Adult Literacy Tutors.

Wakefield Country Day School - Welcomes New Teachers and Staff

- As students arrived at WCDS, they looked forward to being inspired by two new additions to the faculty, Mrs. Eborn and Ms. Meares. Also joining the school for the first time this year is Ms. Bratt, who will be working in the main office supporting Admissions, other administrative duties and coaching the Middle School Cross-Country team.

Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office - DUI Arrests

- While Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office has been conducting sobriety checkpoints to detect drivers who are under the influence of alcohol or drugs and divert others from doing so, more often than not, those drivers are stopped while proactive deputies are patrolling countywide.

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