Photo by Ian Chini.
Fifteen-year-old now in custody after lock down Wednesday morning.
Norm Laudermilch is keeping his fingers crossed and looking to the sky hoping for nothing but blue this weekend. The last two years the annual Culpeper AirFest, held at Culpeper Regional Airport (CRA), has experienced rain. Laudermilch, the Culpeper AirFest Foundation chairman, hopes the AirFest’s luck has changed.
Evolution of a star quarterback
Join us twice a month as we pay tribute to just a few on the Salute to Our Veterans page. The staff of the Culpeper Times would like to thank Jennifer Brown, Nick Freitas, Pranas Rimeikis and Robert (Bobby) Ryan for their service.
Pretrial services needed, Subdivision approved, & Flag Still Flying
Quick frankly it’s a double treat to visit the Ole Country Store. Not only can you find delightful food treats and some of the best deli sandwiches around but you can also take a brief sojourn and visit the woodsy corner, as I call it. That’s where Amish Furniture Connections is hanging their hat these days.
Challenger Paul Walther has out-paced incumbent Commonwealth’s Attorney Megan Revis Frederick in campaign fundraising during this year’s race for Commonwealth’s Attorney. He leads by $1,785.90. Candidate Monica Chernin trails far behind the two in campaign contributions.
Following are the police reports from September 28-Oct. 5. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department.
Following are the county police reports from September 30-October 6. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.
Interrupting this local election season with unity before rhetoric is; American Cheese Month. Yes, there is something the vast majority of us can agree on. October, a thirty-one day celebration of not just delicious and diverse cheeses, but the farmers, cheesemakers, retailers, cheesemongers, and chefs who bring them to your table. Vote against that? I think not – that would be un-American.
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