It may still be summertime but some of this November’s races are going to be sizzling well into fall. No doubt the race for Commonwealth’s Attorney and Sheriff will be the hottest contests.
Does NASCAR come to mind when you think of your 401K investment plans? When you think of NASCAR you probably think of your favorite driver, Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., or the young Erik Jones with Joe Gibbs Racing.
Democrats in the 17th Senate District were ready to select an elementary school teacher as their nominee.
If you liked last year's proposed noise ordinance, you should re-elect Sue Hansohn to the Catalpa seat on the Culpeper Board of Supervisors.
Sheriff Scott H. Jenkins and members of his office hosted the Annual Youth Law Enforcement Academy, which attracted students from EVHS and CCHS, as well as Culpeper home-schooled students.
As a 65+ person, I fall into a demographic category, granted a few special perks by society. Today I’m constantly bombarded with media and social messages about who and what is “normal.” It's not very useful to be normal these days if it doesn’t provide you with any special perks or privileges.
I have written about the strange goings on in my garage in the past. I know I don’t have to go into great detail to remind readers that the garage door closed on the open tailgate of my old Ford Escape, or the time the Escape backed into the door that had not completely opened.
We can and should take a moment to celebrate. Yet, there is much more to do. In our relentless quest to provide the highest quality and safest care for those we serve, we must keep our eyes focused on continual improvement and the patient experience. While a number of initiatives are underway to increase and improve services, we know a key to continued success and growth is to expand our footprint collectively with UVA. To that end, we are excited work with Novant Health to create a new company in our market.
Last July it was announced that Peter Arundel, President of the Virginia News Group, had sold the Culpeper Times to Dennis Brack, president of Rappahannock Media, LLC which includes the Rappahannock News and The Piedmont Virginian, a quarterly magazine.
The ocean water had a slight green hue and it was so clear that small clusters of seaweed were clearly visible as they bounced carelessly across the sandy bottom. The air was hot and North Carolina’s state bird, the mosquito, awaited all red-blooded mammals just over the dunes near the wooden walkway to my family’s vacation rental home near Topsail Beach.