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A little magic

Photo by Ian Chini. A Little Magic director Judy Rennyson, shown demonstrating jumping with Dakota, and her volunteers travel to nursing homes, schools and classes for children with special needs, where the elderly can pet the horses and children can lead the horses and play with them in various activities.
- Miniature horses bring hope to seniors and special needs kids

Forever in our hearts: Petersen Jewelers

Photo by Ian Chini. Petersen Jewelers is going out of business after nearly 40 years of service to the community. Peggy Williams and Tod Ross want to thank the community for their loyalty as one door closes and hopefully a new one opens.
- While Peggy has her sights set on new adventures, Tod does not see himself out of the jewelry business. He’s got too much invested. Besides he’s a wealth of knowledge when it comes to gems and what really makes them sparkle. Tod has jewelry business savvy with a heart. He enjoys making his customers truly happy.

Athlete of the Week: Kara Peters

- Talented senior leads the way for Cyclones

Pepper’s Grill welcomes new chef

Photo by Ian Chini.
- In December, Mike Tylar figuratively placed his chef’s toque on and began redesigning the dinner menu at the respected local eatery. Since then the number of diners has increased each month.

Walden Hall: Luxury bed and breakfast opens in Reva

Photo by Wally Bunker. Walden Hall, named after author and poet, Henry David Thoreau, combines high end accommodations with countryside pastoral beauty.
- Several years ago for a day trip, Julie Haines and Dave Fulton hopped on their motorcycle and rode from Northern Virginia to the Culpeper area. That ride changed their lives.

Culpeper County School Board

- Superintendent search yields three finalists

Culpeper Town Concil

- Jamie Clancey announces bid for Culpeper Town Council

Stockholder presses for prosecution

- Veteran attorney Hunter B. Chapman recently filed a civil petition, in the Culpeper County Circuit Court, naming Commonwealth Attorney Megan Frederick as the defendant in an effort to get Frederick to seek criminal charges against a former employee of Virginia Broadband. While seeking a criminal process, the petition itself is civil and is filed in civil court.

Council committee votes to close street

- Three members of a Culpeper town council Public Safety, Public Works Committee voted Tuesday against the recommendation of a taxpayer-funded $32,400 traffic study that measured traffic volume and impact on nearby intersections if Burgandine Avenue was closed at Ira Hoffman

Culpeper Town Council tweaks budget

- The Culpeper Town Council spent more time debating the funding of outside agencies at last Thursday’s special council meeting than talking about the rest of the $16.1 general operating budget, which has generated little discussion since it was unveiled last month.

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