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“Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” on schedule

BICKERING BROTHERS: Nathan Rose (left) plays the pastor. Here, he tries to calm down male suitors (pictured l-r) Erick Bravo-Lopez, Josh Anderson, and Kyle Laker Nathan Rose (l) as the Pastor with male suitors (L-R) Erick Bravo-Lopez, Josh Anderson, and Kyle Laker.
- Culpeper County high school students, teachers and everyone affiliated with the production of “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” are gearing up for next week.

Landowners protect 1,144 acres in Culpeper in 2013

- Conservationists have one thing in common. They love the land.

It takes a community to raise a child

A subcommittee of Healthy Culpeper, members of the Early Childhood Workgroup build community partnerships focused on early childhood needs. Pictured (l-r) are ECW committee members Karen Brown, Linda Bowers, Rachel Douglas, Pat Recker, Carol Hudson, Denise Walker and Tracy Furloines at their fall event. Not pictured are Laini Bostian, Megan Prete and Lynne Blythe. Courtesy photo.
- Raising a child can be a daunting task.

Eastern View teen pursues interest in medical field

Travis Jackson, a sophomore at Eastern View High School, will spend Valentine's Day in Washington, D.C. Jackson was selected to take part in the Congress of Future Medical Leaders. Photo by Ian Chini.
- Receiving an unexpected letter in the mail can be either a good surprise or a not-so-good surprise. For Travis Jackson, a sophomore at Eastern View High School, it was a good surprise.

Rich Crowley’s Snapshot of Culpeper

Sheila Lyles, Pepperberries employee. Photo by Rich Crowly
- Sales woman hints of a possible Christmas gift.

Culpeper Dog Park opens Tuesday

While many dog owners have already discovered the Culpeper Dog Park, it's official opening is Tuesday at Mountain Run Lake Park. Time for pooches to play. Courtesy photo.
- The new Culpeper Dog Park will officially open at 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb 11, with a scheduled ribbon cutting.

Rancho Pura Vida Rodeo in Remington endorsed

It's not the planned events like barrel racing and bull riding at the rodeo in Remington that has folks holding their ears. Residents across the river in Culpeper complain about the noise levels from the loud music.
- A Remington-area horse trainer would be able to hold rodeos on Sumerduck Road if the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors gives its blessing.

Rancho Pura Vida Rodeo in Remington endorsed

It's not the planned events like barrel racing and bull riding at the rodeo in Remington that has folks holding their ears. Residents across the river in Culpeper complain about the noise levels from the loud music. Courtesy photo.
- A Remington-area horse trainer would be able to hold rodeos on Sumerduck Road if the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors gives its blessing.

Fun, frolic and an affirming oasis for parents and kids

With energy to burn, Culpeper families are discovering Stop N Play as a place for good eats and time for their children to unwind in a safe environment. Owners Jason and Tina Owen welcome all to their new business. Photo by Ian Chini.
- A new Culpeper business caters to families and children of all ages.

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