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Culpeper Downtown 3rd Thursday Summer Concert Series Kick-Off: May 15, 2014

- Thursday returns as the “new Friday” when Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. kicks-off its 3rd Thursday Summer Concert Series on May 15, 2014.

Culpeper in Brief

- All around Culpeper.

New mayor and council will begin their terms July 1

Culpeper Media Network's Johnny Krawchuk congratulates Mike Olinger on his victory. Vice Mayor Olinger was successful in his bid to unseat incumbent Chip Coleman. Courtesy photo.
- It didn't take long Tuesday night for the county registrar's office to post the results.

Give Local event went great

Volunteers helped throughout the day, tracking online giving, taking checks and helping those who opted to stop by and use onsite computers. Photo by Ian Chini.
- Executive Director Cole Johnson was literally jumping for joy Tuesday afternoon outside the State Theatre.

Filmmaker brings Civil War from the screen to the classroom

Rappahannock filmmaker and historian Ron Maxwell visited Culpeper Christian School students and vividly brought to life how he crafted his Civil War films and what impact history can have in their lives. Photo by Ian Chini.
- The 7th grade history class at Culpeper Christian School took a journey back in time to the Civil War last Friday – led by an historian, legendary filmmaker and true visionary.

Time Out

Sleeping Beauty performed by Manassas Ballet Theatre. Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper Community happenings.

Reader’s Choice for Summer

- This month starting May 21 you'll have an opportunity to go online and nominate your favorite in the following categories.

Readers have chosen their favorites

Dr. Michael Hehman is an emergency physician at Culpeper Regional Hospital. He is also Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Culpeper Regional Health System. Two years ago, the hospital debuted a new stroke alert program. If necessary Hehman can consult with a neurologist at the University of Virginia via monitor to help determine if a patient needs to be transported to their facility or remain at the hospital in Culpeper. Culpeper Times Staff Photo/Anita L. Sherman.
- Several weeks ago we debuted a new Reader's Choice program where we ask our readers to take a few minutes, go to our website and vote for their favorite among a group of categories.

Wicked good fun at annual 5K race

- Nearly 150 runners laced up their sneakers to run in the fifth annual Wicked Bottom 5K held at Old House Vineyards in Stevensburg last Saturday.

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