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Budgets on the brink?

- County Administrator Frank Bossio didn't mince words as he gave a state status report on the budget at Tuesday's board of supervisors morning meeting.

Around Culpeper

- Culpeper community.

Time Out

"The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean". Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper community happenings.

Family favorite returns to practice

Dr. Walter Kilby just couldn't stay away from pediatrics, he came out of a brief retirement in March. Recently, he was seeing patients in his new office on Saunders Street in Culpeper. Seated on the table is Nicholas Martin, 12, Anthony Rowe, 5, spins on the chair, while their mother, Casey Martin sits taking it all in. On the floor enjoying his bottle is 10-month old Elijah Shanks. Photo by Debbi Morello.
- Dr. Walter Kilby is known for his patience and compassion and his many years of dedication as a pediatrician in Culpeper.

Urban fiction fits Glascoe’s writing niche

Kimberley Glascoe attends a book signing at the Military Mall in Norfolk, Va. in March of last year. Courtesy photo.
- Authoress K.L. Hall is a young up and coming urban fiction writer with impressive stories already published and more on the way.

Blue Thunder boys basketball teams compete nationally

Blue Thunder boys basketball teams and coaches shoot for high standards. Photo by Marshall Conner.
- Between the jump shots, lay-ups, passing drills and dribbles there is a tight-knit family atmosphere inside Pearl Sample Elementary School’s gymnasium as the 5th grade Culpeper Blue Thunder team run through a series of drills.

From My Kitchen

Five Flavor Pound Cake. Photo by Vivian Grayson.
- Southern comfort foods for Father's Day.

Rich Crowley’s Snapshot of Culpeper

Jeremiah Raines. Photo by Rich Crowley.
- Soulful singin'.

“I’m 18, what laws affect me, what are my rights?”

Local attorney Sam Walker shared time away from the courtroom to talk with students about their legal rights once they turn 18. Photo by Brock Hodgson.
- Several local attorneys—and even a judge took a little time away from squaring off in the courtroom recently for Culpeper County’s Annual Law Day.

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