TOP CULPEPER NEWS
Thu., Jun. 11 - When the City of Emporia Police Department’s new police chief walked into police headquarters in January, he realized there were many challenges ahead. City Manager Brian Thrower selected Culpeper’s former Deputy Police Chief Ricky Pinksaw to lead the department because he was familiar with the operation of a small police agency, and Pinksaw was accustomed with police agency accreditation, something he had done in Culpeper as its accreditation manager.
Thu., Jun. 11 - Concentrating on essential repairs and easy updates can instantly change the perception of your home and help you make the most from your sale.
Thu., Jun. 11 - More and more older drivers are on the roads these days. It's important to know that getting older doesn't automatically turn people into bad drivers. Many of us continue to be good, safe drivers as we age. But there are changes that can affect driving skills as we age.
Thu., Jun. 11 - Point and case - this week I was introduced to a 20-year-old cheddar from Wisconsin.
Thu., Jun. 11 - Giving a design facelift to small spaces may seem challenging. But you can make more of every square inch with creative solutions.
Thu., Jun. 11 - Events in the Culpeper area for June 11 - June 27
Tue., Jun. 9 - Three men from out of town face charges in Culpeper following their arrest in a child Internet sting in April and May.
Mon., Jun. 8 - USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Town of Culpeper are co-sponsoring a public meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2015, to discuss two proposed dam rehabilitation projects in Culpeper, Virginia.