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Fountain Hall boasts decades of worldwide guests

- While bed and breakfasts typically lure guests that are visiting for the history or wine of a region, Fountain Hall is also a haven for locals that just want a night away or as a refuge for visiting family or guests.

Sickness on the Appalachian Trail

- I have gotten a lot of questions about our sickness on the Appalachian Trail in New Jersey.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper Area for August 6 - September 26

Amissville woman pleads guilty, judge to impose sentence

Judy Deal
- An Amissville woman accused of murdering her husband before shooting herself in the head pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Monday morning in Fauquier County Circuit Court.

Governor McAuliffe announces administration appointments

Jamie Clancey
- Culpeper's Jamie Clancey to serve on state board.

Federal judge rules that Virginia can remove Confederate Flag from license plates

- Attorney General Mark Herring filed papers in June to allow the Commonwealth to remove the flag from Sons of Confederate Veterans license plates following the Supreme Court's ruling in Walker v. Texas ~

Virginia State Bar reprimands Close

Gary L. Close
- Former Culpeper County Commonwealth's Attorney Gary Close relieved that complaint against him has reached closure.

Buff and ready

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

Man and musical machine: A master of melody

Photo by Ian Chini. One of several hundred carillons spread across the United States, the tower at Luray consists of 47 bells.
- Carillonneur Jesse Ratcliffe makes beautiful music on the bells

Man in the middle: Frazier caught up in conflict

- After more than six hours of testimony Tuesday in Culpeper County District Court, Judge Charles Foley decided not to rule in the dispute between Culpeper Commonwealth's Attorney Megan Frederick and county IT Systems Administrator Todd Frazier.

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