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AirFest organizers look to blue skies and a flying future

- Norm Laudermilch is keeping his fingers crossed and looking to the sky hoping for nothing but blue this weekend. The last two years the annual Culpeper AirFest, held at Culpeper Regional Airport (CRA), has experienced rain. Laudermilch, the Culpeper AirFest Foundation chairman, hopes the AirFest’s luck has changed.

CCPS announces free, reduced price meals

- Culpeper County Public Schools announced its policy for providing free or reduced price meals for children served under the National School Lunch, and/or School Breakfast Programs. Each school and/or central school nutrition office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party.

Myers Mill Road Bridge closed Aug. 3

- Crews will replace bridge in Culpeper, motorists detoured through Aug. 14

The Tasting Room- Historic Sharp Rock Vineyards: Farming the land for over two centuries

- In 1794, a tax protest erupted in Pennsylvania that became known at the Whiskey Rebellion. It’s also the year that a pioneer family established Sharp Rock farm in western Rappahannock County.

Curtain Calls: “Wedding Singer” has commitment issues

- We had a dog once - a German Shepherd. He was smart, affectionate, and handsome, protective, playful, and endowed with that gleam of canine self-respect unmistakable in the eyes and the carriage. But every once in a while this perfect dog would go out in the fields as if on a mission and roll in cow dung.

Home & Garden: Why you should adopt a dog

- Dogs make a house a home; there is no doubt about it. If you have ever thought about including a dog in your family, here are several reasons to consider moving ahead on adoption.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper Area for July 31 - September 26

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

Senior Center ready for facelift

Photo by Wally Bunker. Gladys Williams, the center’s director for 33 years, said the renovation will provide a kitchen for the first time.
- Joe and Linda Daniel make big initial donation, match community contributions

Virginia State Police

- Maj. Settle goes to Richmond

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