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Photo by Wally Bunker. Culpeper’s Police Department sent three of their fittest and finest to a national challenge event in Mississippi. Pictured are (l to r) Sgt. Norma McGuckin, Detective Brittany Jenkins and Lt. Andrew Terrill.
- Three Culpeper police officers travel to Mississippi for national challenge

Prosecutor’s refusal to try officer’s cases brings heated response

- Officer’s attorney alleges ‘retaliation’ at heart of issue

Town of Culpeper planners discuss ordinance changes

- The Town of Culpeper Planning Commission Tuesday night discussed possible ordinance changes to the downtown parking overlay district and amended definitions of family and excessive occupancy, but the commission delayed any action until August.

New E-911 agreement moves forward

- A new E-911 agreement between the town and the county about the financial responsibilities of each party has gained traction. At its monthly meeting last Thursday, the E-911 Board voted unanimously on the new agreement.

Summer Camps: Sheriff’s Summer Sports Camps online registration open now

- Online Registration for the 2015 Youth Sports Camps began April 20.

School ends and summer camps begin

- School will be winding down for the year in mere months and summer plans for children emerge as a priority. Knowing that your child has an active, enriching, affordable summer planned can really offer peace of mind.

Home & Garden: Is your yard wildlife-friendly? Nurture Nature

- Being a good neighbor means more than being friendly to the humans across the street, it also means being friendly to the animals in your yard. Making your yard a safe place for local wildlife should be a top lawn care priority.

Home & Garden: Gray trending as a home exterior color

- Giving your home’s exterior a fresh look starts with color. And this year, many home improvement trend-spotting experts say the leading color family is gray, with its neutral yet refined elegance.

Home & Garden: Building a pro kitchen for less than you think

- You may not get paid for your culinary efforts at home, but you can still treat yourself to a professionally outfitted kitchen. If the idea of financing this upgrade has held you back in the past, consider different options that can help you affordably transform your ordinary space into the kitchen of your dreams.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper area for April 23 - May 16

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