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Candidate’s Forum Series starts this week

- There's no reason not to know your candidates. Hear them starting this Thursday.

Alexander Brown home from hospital

- Infant still faces serious challenges and parents the bills

Hiking the Appalachian Trail with Ashley Mullins

- I am Ashley Mullins, Culpeper native born and raised. My life has taken me on many adventures thus far but my current goal is to embark on a completely different adventure, thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail in its entirety.

Chase challenges commonwealth’s attorney in defamation suit

- Eleven witnesses, most of them political figures in Culpeper, have been subpoenaed by Commonwealth Attorney Megan Revis Frederick for the April 21-22 trial in which she is the defendant.

Culpeper Town Council hears more from Madison Grove

- During the Culpeper Town Council meeting Tuesday night, Rick Fields of the Madison Grove neighborhood lobbied again for the town to close Burgandine Avenue, limiting cut-through traffic in the subdivision.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper area for April 16 - May 16

Makin’ moonshine for the moonshiner

Photo by Wally Bunker. Tim Smith is a favorite moonshiner. He was in town last week signing bottles of his Climax Moonshine at the ABC Store. Chuck Miller, a long time friend, will be expanding Belmont Distillery to help with production and distribution.
- With his business growing – now reaching 32 states – Tim Smith looked to his old friend Chuck Miller and his wife Jeanette for help making his moonshine.

Why I Relay: Terri’s Story

- Terri McBride thinks a lot about children. "I don't want my children to hear 'You've got cancer.' I hope that at some point in their lifetime, a cure or significant treatments will be found." Terri added, "I want them to live and breathe a lot longer."

Delegate Ed Scott has no regrets

- When Republican Del. Ed Scott decided not to seek a seventh term representing the 30th District in early February, the announcement caught many constituents off guard.

Remembrance Days commemorates Culpeper’s rich history

- The Out of Time Teachers want people to remember that it took quite some time for troops from both sides to make their way home after the Civil War ended 150 years ago this month, with Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox.

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