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Early Childhood Educators needed: Searching for a career?

This year, Culpeper County will expand its early childhood programs. The expansion will create new teaching positions and the opportunity to train future educators for employment as substitute teachers in the public school system, before-and-after school childcare, church programs and other careers within the spectrum of early childhood education.

Curd Quips: A cheese by any other name

Long before the advent of social media, the naming conventions of wines and cheeses were crafted to create a message as to their identity. A message that could easily be recalled and, through taste association, deliver a brand identity.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

Events in the Culpeper Area for August 27- September 26

Old REC building could be new home for church

The Reformation Lutheran Church inched closer to having a new permanent home following a unanimous vote Tuesday of the Town of Culpeper Planning Commission.

Caromont Farm creates extraordinary Virginia cheeses

Gail told me she has worked eight years at creating, making, always improving some of her cheeses. Witnessing the stringent quality control, the science, the creative process, the passion that is Gail Hobbs, why these cheeses are extraordinary became clear.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

Events in the Culpeper Area for August 20- September 26

Vint Hill Brewery to celebrate one year of meteoric growth

Old Bust Head Brewing Co. is planning an anniversary bash on Saturday Aug. 15. Beer lovers in Prince William County don't have to go far to find Old Bust Head craft beer. It can be found in several supermarkets throughout the region - and, of course, at the Old Bust Head Brewing Co. taproom at 7134 Lineweaver Road in Vint Hill.

Small local farmers question taxes

“Is anyone paying taxes on their farm equipment?” a vendor asked during a meeting of local produce farmers selling their goods at the downtown Farmers Market one cold February day.Rumors circulating earlier this year among the small local produce farmers about taxes being assessed by the County of Culpeper on farm equipment used to raise the vegetables and foodstuffs sold at the Farmer’s Market prompted the question.

Ruritans plan Culpeper Day Fall Festival

Mark calendar for Sept. 19 at Ole Country Store

Culpeper Town Council to advertise sale of old police headquarters

The Culpeper Town Council Tuesday night inched closer to selling the old police department building on Cameron Street for possible courthouse expansion and creating a joint economic development partnership with the county.

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Early Childhood Educators needed: Searching for a career?

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