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Wild Ideas: Taking in this autumn’s gold-medal foliage

Photo by Pam Owen Morning light catches the more subtle colors of leaves now past peak in Gid Brown Hollow.
No doubt that the Piedmont area presents a lovely painting during the fall. But what gives those leaves their beautiful color?

Cooking up a future; Patriot’s culinary school teaches kids the art of the kitchen

Food is a universal language. The culinary students at Patriot High School want to learn more about this language at the Cook Around the World event at Disney World in May next year. The young chefs are cooking up a storm in order to make it to the big leagues this spring.

Another school needed in Culpeper?

School board looks at options.

CyberPatriot draws security students

On Friday, Oct. 24, Battlefield High School was packed with more than 60 students representing 14 different teams competing in a competition called CyberPatriot. Eleven of teams were from Battlefield High School, two teams from Bull Run Middle School and one team was from Ronald Reagan Middle School.

Culpeper County Library hosts authors event

Gary L. Close will sign "Breakout: The Roswell Legacy"
Authors gather to discuss and sign their books

Royal Tiger

Nokesville School fifth-grade prince Gavin Yohn and princess Hailey Witt helped to crown Brentsville District senior Maria Seager homecoming queen during halftime of Friday's football game. The Tigers later named Brandon Loa homecoming king during the school's dance on Saturday.

Funkhouser, Kobelka named Woodbridge homecoming royalty

Being bulldozed by the Bulldogs 47-6 wasn't the way Woodbridge fans wanted to celebrated their homecoming against visiting Hylton on Friday night during the varsity football game. Yet two members of the senior class could overlook that blemish and come home with a piece of hardware to show for the night..

Fourth time’s the charm

Call homecoming a double victory for senior Corey Parker. Not only did the Battlefield varsity football team maul visiting Osbourn 51-13 on Friday night in Haymarket but senior player Parker brought home something else a little extra special too: The homecoming king's crown.

Police confirm suicide of Bristow gunman

T. Clay Wood Elementary and Patriot High School were on lockdown for much of Monday after a domestic violence murder the day before ended with the suicide of the alleged gunman. Jessica Leigh Wilson, 31, was shot to death in her Braemar home on Oct. 19.

Update on county schools

Prince Wllliam County schools has annouced that Patriot HS School has lifted the secure the building status. Governor Schools students previously transported to Stonewall Jackson HS will be returned to Patriot HS as well. T.Clay Wood ES Students at Brentsville District HS will be dismissed at their normal T. Clay dismissal time.

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