You hear the words, you see the signs, you read the statistics about drinking and driving. How much of it sinks in?
One of the more outrageous findings by Federal Judge James Turk, but later discounted after a proper investigation, is the allegation that there was an “orchestrated” effort to expose Michael Hash, the defendant in the Scroggins murder case, to Paul Carter, a federal inmate in a Charlottesville area jail.
During the “passing of the peace” on that Sunday morning, while worshippers welcomed newcomers and said “hello” to friends, extended to me was a priceless gift presented by a very special couple.
If you’ve been stepping into the same river for years---it may be time to experience it in a different way.
In this week's print issue, you'll note a new page listing town and county arrests.
When Donald Trump threw his hat into the ring to be President many people disregarded him. The mainstream press and established politicians wrote him off as a laughing stock, a buffoon, a diversion from what they considered, "real candidates." The late night comedians saw him as fodder for their jokes.
The Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Dept. would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for once again helping to make our annual fundraising fair successful.
As I was reading the article in the Culpeper Star Exponent concerning the civil lawsuit against our Commonwealth’s Attorney Megan Frederick, I was left with sincere disappointment.
This past Saturday, I attended a competition of 4 H Clubs from Northern Virginia District at the Cedar Mountain Youth Inc. range. The kids were competing in archery, rifle, shotgun and skeet shooting. I was impressed with their skills and gun safety. Clubs like CMYI and the people who volunteer their time to work with our youth should be applauded.
I just want to let you know I am really enjoying your newspaper.