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Athlete of the Week: Breqlyne Johnson

- A humble smile and warrior’s spirit describe this Devillette

CCPS Students Participate in Virginia Military Academy’s 2015 American Math Competition 8

- Students from Culpeper Middle and Floyd T. Binns Middle Schools were recently recognized for their achievements in Virginia Military Academy’s 2015 American Math Competition 8 (AMC 8).

Judge denies defense motions in Berry’s lawsuit

- A federal judge denied a defense motion to strike portions of the amended complaint filed against the Central Virginia Regional Jail, former jail Superintendent F. Glenn Aylor and several jail officers and nurses by Sherry Thornhill, whose son Shawn Berry died in August 2014 while an inmate in the facility.

Arrest Reports- Culpeper Town Police: Jan. 18-22

- Following are the police reports from January 18-22. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department.

Lawmaker asks governor to delay revoking gun permits

- A Republican state legislator is urging Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe to delay the revocation of reciprocal agreements Virginia has with 25 states on whether to honor their concealed handgun carry permits.

Governor’s star ‘TURN’ reflects support for Hollywood

- The governor’s schedule doesn’t leave much room for watching television, but Terry McAuliffe makes time for AMC’s Revolutionary War series “TURN: Washington’s Spies.” While it piques the governor’s interest because of his interest in the time period, he has doggedly followed and promoted the series because it’s filmed in Richmond.

Bridal & Wedding- The marriage merge: practical tips for combining your lives

- Your wedding is sure to be the happiest day of your life, but marriage stretches well beyond those 24 hours. Merging your lives as husband and wife starts even before you say your "I do's" and will require some effort and patience -- which will be good practice for your future life together.

Curd Quips: A big wheel in all those rounds of cheese

- Running away and joining the circus has endless appeal. Perhaps it’s the perceived chance to reinvent yourself on a tightrope (of your own choosing) or live behind a mask - bringing joy to others. Maybe it’s more like finding a sense of purpose among a dedicated group, a group living a life outside the “norm.”

Cyber Bytes: Three quick and dirty tips on social marketing for small business

- Bottom line, you don’t need to spend millions on marketing. If time is in short supply, here are the top three quick and dirty action steps to take for high growth and return to expand your social marketing online.

Curtain Calls: A Living Portrait, by George!

- As in every single-player performance, it takes a special kind of actor to carry a show by himself for 90 minutes without tiring the audience or showing signs of wear.

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Arrest Reports- Culpeper Town Police: March 14-20

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