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Culpeper Senior Center celebrates renovations

Photo by Jeff Say. Joe Daniel takes a sledgehammer to a wall in the Culpeper Senior Nutrition Site,the culmination of a three-and-a-half year fundraising project. At left, Culpeper senior center coordinator Gladys Williams hugs Linda Daniel.
- On Friday, Feb. 5, the Culpeper Senior Nutrition Site, better known as the Culpeper senior center, hosted a renovation kick off party, culminating almost three and a half years of fundraising.

Retired Culpeper Police Department K-9 passes away

- The Culpeper Police Department lost one of its finest Oct. 25. Longtime K-9 Seltic, 14, died of natural causes.

The Tasting Room: Early Mountain Vineyards welcomes new winemaker

- Native Virginian takes keys to Madison cellar

Curd Quips: Raise the bar on your cheese choices

Courtesy photo.
- In the same way it seems that “good enough” is what the mass market is pushing for. Simple, obvious and cheap are the values many producers deploy to expand market share.

Culpeper County Property Transfers: October 2015

- The property transfers for October 2015 were provided by the Culpeper County Assessor’s Office. Appreciation is extended to W. Jason Kilby and his staff. The publishing of this list is made possible by ReMax Crossroads of Culpeper.

Real Estate: What factors influence the price of a home?

- While curb appeal, structural integrity and a brand new set of appliances can impact a home’s value, there is one factor that seems to reign supreme.

Home & Garden: How to reduce your carbon footprint at home this winter

- When temperatures drop, household use of fossil fuels rises in order to keep homes warm and comfortable. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper Area for November 12 - December 5

Eastern View beats Kettle Run to complete Fauquier County football sweep

- This happens so rarely that there should be a trophy for it.

Walther and Jenkins ride to victory on election day

Photo by Ian Chini. Sheriff Scott Jenkins was a happy camper Tuesday after the results came in close to 8 p.m. Relieved and in a celebratory mood, Jenkins takes time to give Dylan Emmel a hug. Dylan is the son of Derek Emmel, one of Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office K-9 deputies. Jenkins boasts numerous programs in support of Culpeper’s youth which he plans to continue.
- Nixon loses to Deal, Hansohn holds her seat against Dykes

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Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. Announces a New Downtown Beautification Project

Behind the Badge: Chad McKnight

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