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Boring resigns from council, Huggard appointed

Town councilman Dan Boring, elected in 2010, resigned effective Tuesday, April 1. Courtesy photo.
Elected in 2010, town councilman Dan Boring had announced several months ago that he would not seek re-election to a second term and that the family might eventually move to property they had in Arizona.

Public hearing on the county budget set for April 22

The Culpeper County Board of Supervisors met during a final work session Tuesday to cement their proposed FY 2015 budget.

VDOT hears vitriolic voices as board airs their angst

The good thing is that Virginia Department of Transpiration representative Brent Sprinkle was left standing and still in a vertical position.

Whiteoak Canyon in Shenandoah National Park to be Included in Old-Growth Forest Network

On Thursday, April 3, Shenandoah National Park's Whiteoak Canyon, located in Madison County, Virginia, will become part of the national Old-Growth Forest Network.

The Orange Downtown Alliance Presents - “Small Business Fraud Prevention”

A 2-hour best practices workshop about controls you can use to protect your business.

The Theatre at Washington, VA Presents - “Smithsonian at Little Washington”

Robert Mealy. Photo courtesy of The Theatre at Washington, VA.
As part of the 22nd season in the Smithsonian at Little Washington concert series, violinist Robert Mealy and harpsichordist Kenneth Slowik will play sonatas by the great Baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach.

The Theatre at Washington, VA Presents - “Bill Harris, Jazz Pianist”

Bill Harris. Photo courtesy of The Theatre at Washington, VA.
Jazz pianist Bill Harris will give a solo recital in which he explores the melodies and forms of his favorite songs from the vast catalog recorded by Frank Sinatra.

The Central Office Relay for Life Team - Carwash & Bake Sale

The Central Office Relay for Life Team "No Cure Left Behind" is holding a carwash/bake sale on Saturday, April 5th.

Schools select teachers and classified employees of the year - County winners to be announced May 12

The 2014-15 Culpeper County Public Schools Teacher and CCPS Classified Employee of the Year will be named on Monday, May 12th.

BECOME A CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATOR - CRIME MUSEUM CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION CAMP, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Crime Museum Camp. Photo courtesy of Crime Museum, Washington, D.C.
This is the 4th summer that the Crime Museum in Washington D.C. invites children ages 12 and up to learn all about Crime Scene Investigation.

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Lafayette’s breakfast remembered at Ellwood

Historic Ellwood Manor
Friends of the Wilderness Battlefield host Lafayette breakfast

Welcome day held at Germanna’s campuses

All Germanna campuses hold welcome day.

Police chopper to land at Hylton HS

The Virginia State Police will be landing at Hylton High School on August 14 about 4 p.m. to pick up a passenger. The school system says "this planned use of school grounds is unrelated to the school, and no cause for concern."

Schools plan orientation sessions

Prince William County Public Schools have scheduled new student orientations, open houses, and Meet-and-Greet events in preparation for the school year. Following is a list of the dates and times for traditional, middle and high schools. Check school websites for further details. Check next week's “Times” for a schedule of elementary school orientation sessions.

Culpeper Couty High School to open a week late

On Aug. 5 Culpeper County Public School administrators decided to open Culpeper County High School a week later than expected.

Konnichiwa Itsuki!

BUILDING BROTHERHOOD: Traveling from Hiroshima, Japan, 13-year-old Itsuki Tasaki is staying with a host family in Culpeper. He and 11-year-old Myles Moody took a robotics class at Germanna Community College. There's no language barrier when it comes to creating neat remote controlled vehicles.
4H International Exchange program matches families with visiting students.

Gas line breaks near Gar-Field

Repair crews are responding to a gas line break in the area near Gar-Field High School. Emergency vehicles are strictly precautionary. All are safe.

Culpeper students head back to school

Time to get school supplies again. School starts Aug. 21.
Culpeper County Public School students return to school August 21.

Walking tour will be on Cedar Mountain land

The Friends of Cedar Mountain are once again proud to host the National Park Services' History at Sunset Program on Aug. 9 – the 151st anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Mountain.

Judaic roots of church class offered

Bethlehem Christian University will hold a class titled "Judaic Roots of the Church," beginning Aug. 29 at 7 p.m.

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