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Festival and fun dishes for Oktoberfest and Halloween

Hauntingly Good Haystacks.
- From My Kitchen

Horse Briefs

- The 17th annual Culpeper Harvest Days Farm Tour is this weekend, Oct. 4 and 5.

Historic building preserved for downtown living

- When Andrew Campbell looked at the three-story building at the corner of East Culpeper Street and South Main Street he saw a historic structure worth preserving and updating.

Brewing a business

Beer Hound Brewery logo.
- The Drew Carey Show planted an idea in Ken Thacker’s head that he couldn’t shake.

Birth Announcements

- Birth announcements.

Galloping Grape blending leather and wine

- The Tasting Room

Celebrating John Sherman Farrar Jr.

- A memorial celebration was held Wednesday at Culpeper Baptist Church Sanctuary for The Reverend John Sherman Farrar Jr. who passed away peacefully at the age of 94 on Saturday, Sept. 27. in Richmond.

65 years and counting

Built in 1929, Ann Wingfield School now makes up part of Culpeper's historical landmarks. Courtesy photo.
- They were the last class to graduate from Ann Wingfield School in 1949.

Cyclones remain undefeated

Luke Easter dashes to score a touchdown. Photo by Ian Chini.
- Eastern View Cyclones remain undefeated.

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