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New traffic laws take effect in Virginia on July 1

- Law changes include safety provisions for bicyclists, postal vehicles

Culpeper’s first baby and December births

- See what babies were born in December.

JJ Quinn honored: On the wings of angels

- Angel Flight pilot JJ Quinn and his co-pilots were honored by the Founding Fathers Republican Women.

Culpeper County School superintendent to retire

- Dr. Bobbi Johnson leaves at the end of school year

Culpeper community briefs: January 22 issue

- Ronald Reagan Legacy Dinner is Feb. 6

George Washington Carver: Former school reborn as Ag Research and Education Center

- Local officials hope that $63,000 of state seed money and a $25,000 grant from a private foundation help grow the Carver-Piedmont Agricultural Research Center, located midway between Culpeper and Orange counties and a short distance from Madison County, into a thriving agricultural education and research institute.

Culpeper County Courts: Motion to strike saves defendant

- One of the co-defendants in the 2014 Labor Day jail break beat the charges brought against him for his alleged role in the escape of Horace Thompson Owens, Jr. during a two-hour trial January 20 in Culpeper Circuit Court.

What’s on the Culpeper court docket?

- Vast majority of cases continued to another court date

Ed Scott’s Report from Richmond: General Assembly underway

- The Governor’s speech was disappointing with its focus on Medicaid expansion and divisive social issues.

Hively accepts position as Culpeper town manager

- The Culpeper Town Council got their man after Acting Town Manager Chris Hively accepted the town council’s unanimous offer earlier this month to become town manager. .

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