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Athlete of the Week: Daisy Dinkens

Devilettes Daisy Dinkens is all about heart.
Culpeper County High School junior standout an ace off and on the court.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s brought out the supporters in Culpeper

Individual loss remembered. Photo by Ian Chini.
Yowell Meadow Park provided the backdrop for the Walk to End Alzheimer's held Sept, 20

Teacher bites child; director charged with failing to report incident

A teacher and the owner of the Goddard School in Woodbridge have both been charged, after the teacher allegedly bit a child and the owner allegedly directed staff not to report the incident.

Bomb threat at Lynn Middle School

A bomb threat has been reported at Lynn Middle School in Woodbridge.

Stratford U hosts job fair

Stratford University's Woodbridge Campus hosted a “Fun-Sized," career fair on June 24. The Career Services Department welcomed local healthcare professionals, such as CVS/Caremark, Metro Healthcare Services and Compassionate Hearts for Seniors (CHFS). Students were encouraged to bring a résumé and meet with several local healthcare professionals who have potential job openings.

Indian Class of 2014

Gar-Field High School's senior class officially became alumni on June 13 after tossing their hats at the school's commencement ceremony.

Bobcat Class of 2014

Battlefield High School's senior class officially became alumni on June 13 after tossing their hats at the school's commencement ceremony.

Season closes for Hylton soccer in state semis

Fifteen years after the Hylton varsity boys soccer team's last state championship, the 2014 team came close to reaching the finals again. The Bulldogs ended this season on June 14 as the Conference 4 regular season and tournament champions, Group 6A South Region runner-up and a state tournament semifinalist. On Saturday night, Hylton came up on the short-end of a 6-2 loss against T.C. Williams during the state semifinals.

Christ Chapel students graduate; Grads earn over $1 million in scholarships

Christ Chapel Academy’s (CCA) Class of 2014 earned more than $1 million in scholarship offers. The class of 28 students included CCA’s first male athlete to receive a full athletic scholarship (Stephen Brown, Bucknell University), two young ladies who received full tuition scholarships from the College of William and Mary and Penn State University (Makeda Jackson and Candice Crutchfield respectively), and a two-time state golf tournament qualifier, Victor Ortega.

Graduation day

Brentsville District High School seniors gathered at the school on June 7 and crossed the stage to take their diplomas and begin the next stage of their lives.

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