BEAUTIFUL SWIMMERS: The North American River Otter is long and slendar like their weasel cousins but they have thicker whiskers and blunter snouts. They are amazing aquatic predators. Photo by Jeff Gerew.
Although fairly common in Virginia, river otters are just as elusive here. Semi-aquatic, they hunt and travel in and along streams and ponds.
FIRST Tech Challenge Block Party. Photo by Bill Sigafoos and Courtesy VirginiaFIRST Robotics.
Culpeper community happenings.
TOP FORM: Senior Austin Jenkins sees more wins ahead for himself and the Cyclone grapplers as they head to post season matches. Photo by Marshall Conner.
The Eastern View Cyclones have muscled into the top echelons of wrestling programs in Virginia.
Average retail gasoline prices in Virginia have fallen 1.2 cents per gallon in the past week.
On Jan. 20, the Culpeper Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy held their yearly ceremony for Lee-Jackson Day. Several of the members dressed up for the occasion in period attire. They recognized students from Rappahannock and Culpeper County schools who participated in their essay and coloring contest. They also awarded college scholarships to two Rappahannock High School Seniors. Dylan and Evan Hitt, twin sons of Gary and Amy Hitt of Amissville, both received $1,000 each toward their college tuition. The boys are undecided about which colleges they will be attending, but are looking at George Mason, Virginia Tech, VMI, The Citadel, James Madison University, Penn State and Purdue. The following is a list of the winners of the underclassmen awards and their grade level. Congratulations to all the recipients and a special thanks to the UDC for their generosity to all the students of both school systems.
First Place-Shannon Dodson-1st Grade; Second Place-Kamran Mashaw-1st grade; Third Place- Sydney Gerard- 1st grade; Third Place- Ethan Frost-1st grade; First Place – Kailyn Deal- Grade 2; Second Place- Isabella Guzman-Grade 2; Third Place –David Johnson- Grade 2; First Place-Gautam Raut- Grade 3 & 4; Second Place - Emily Shipe- Grade 3 & 4; Third Place- Samuel Pories- Grade 3 & 4; First Place- Rachel Weghorst-Grade 5 & 6; First Place-Annsley Rider- Grade 7; First Place -Kendall Rider- Grade 10. Pictured (l-r) are Evan Hitt, historian Art Candenquist and Dylan Hitt. Photo by Amy Hitt.
The Culpeper Times celebrates the following students for their success at the college level.
Susan Werner and her dog Sophie.
Enjoying a chilly day in Wine Street Memorial Park.
There's lots of fun activities for the children at Stop N Play. Photo by Ian Chini.
This wintry weather has school closed and lots of children with energy to burn.
The stage is set for what could be one of the best Super Bowl match ups in years.
SMOKE ALARM: According to the Centers for Disease and Control, experimentation with e-cigarettes is on the rise with middle and high school students. Courtesy photo.
Electronic cigarettes could be banned from the hands of minors as Virginia legislators in the House and Senate push for regulation.
GOOD GAME PLAN: Hazel River owner Peter Stogbuchner, along with his wife Karen, have had a plan for years to give back to the community. The Stoghuchner's Hunter's Harvest dinner slated for Feb. 11 will give all proceeds to the Culpeper Food Closet and Manna Ministry. Photo by Adam Goings.
Hazel River Inn owners Peter and Karen Stogbuchner will be offering the community a menu with lots of venison.
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Prince William County Electoral Board officials are asking the four towns within the county to hold their municipal elections in November instead of May during even-number years.
It's no longer a question of if the Museum of Culpeper History is moving to the Depot, it's now just a question of when.
Next week, the town will begin removing the old wooden skate park modules at Yowell Meadow Park and begin construction of a new more durable concrete skate park to serve the areas avid skateboarders.
Two more Culpeper streets are scheduled for milling and repaving later this week.
Acting Town Manager Chris Hively has turned down an offer to become the new Culpeper town manager.
The Town of Occoquan is making a push to become one of the most bicycle-friendly areas in the county and that could have an impact on motor vehicle drivers.
When the two major-party candidates for governor stopped by Manassas on Friday morning for a forum hosted by the local Chambers of Commerce to discuss economic issues, it turned out that transportation took center stage.
Ribbon cutting to celebrate completion of Alleyway Project planned for Tuesday, August 13.
Two of the most important items facing the Culpeper Town Council probably won't be on the agenda when the council holds its regular August meeting Tuesday.
Virginia Department of Transportation Secretary Sean Connaughton addressed the Prince William Board of County Supervisors on Tuesday afternoon, continuing his push for the Bi-County Parkway while receiving blowback from Gainesville District Supervisor Pete Candland (R) and residents in attendance.
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