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Athlete of the Week: Breqlyne Johnson

- A humble smile and warrior’s spirit describe this Devillette

K&M helps Ruckersville woman get mowing again

Photo by Jeff Say. K&M Lawn, Garden and Arborist Supplies General Manager Buck Hitt congratulates Cynthia Dunbar, of Ruckersville, who won a SCAG Freedom Z 48-inch mower through the Channel 29 “Check Us Out Leapstakes” recently.
- Cynthia Dunbar, of Ruckersville, faced a problem most homeowners encounter in the spring. Her mower didn’t winter as well as she hoped.

State Theatre hosts open house March 30

- Have you ever given thought to what you may want or need concerning the county’s parks and recreation department offerings? What if you were given the opportunity to offer those thoughts and even more? Well, it’s here.

Deaver’s inquiring mind and creative spirit spark on-the-job success

- Deavers grew up in Rappahannock County graduating from high school there before pursuing a college degree. In 2001 she graduated from George Mason with a degree in Government and International Politics and a minor in legal studies.

Joint SWAT training prepares law enforcement for high risk situations

Photos courtesy of CCSO.
- It was all business Tuesday as 19 officers from the joint SWAT Team trained with five Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

Arrest Reports- Culpeper Town Police: Feb. 29-March 6

- Following are the police reports from February 29-March 6. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department.

Arrest Reports- Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office: March 2-8

- Following are the county police reports from March 2-8. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

Working through the budget process

- Each year at this time it’s budgets, budgets, budgets as the county,school board and town work through them. The work leading up to final presentations at public hearings spans several months.

Culpeper Community News Briefs

- Liberty Tax Service offers free tax preparation for senior citizens, Healthy Living Grants available to improve community health, REC’s LEARN Grant application is available, & SBA Disaster Loans for New Sandy Declaration Tops $30 Million

Curd Quips: Time for that pot of gold - go with real Irish cheeses

- Green grass makes orange cheese. Well, that’s mostly true. See, if you accept the idea that you are what you eat, a ruminants (lactose producing mammals such as sheep, goats and cows) diet is reflected in the quality of their milk and subsequent cheese. It makes sense that the high level of beta-carotene, like what’s found in spring’s lush green (or Ireland’s) fields, yields the naturally rich amber hues found in butters and cheeses.

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Arrest Reports- Culpeper Town Police: March 14-20

Arrest Reports- Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office: March 16-22


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