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Congress must adequately fund Alzeimer’s research

Sen. Tim Kaine calls for more research into Alzheimer's disease.

Reeves Report: Senator Reeves Remarks at Grassroots Kickoff of Revitalize Virginia PAC

Senator Bryce E. Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) kicked off the grassroots efforts of the Revitalize Virginia PAC this evening. Senator Reeves announced earlier this month his intentions to lay the groundwork for a run for Lt. Governor of Virginia in 2017.

Letter: Pump and Haul makes little sense

On April 5th, Culpeper's supervisors will again consider a pump and haul (p&h) agreement for 14434 Rixeyville Road that makes little sense. The applicant does not yet own the property.

Editorial: What’s Happening

In this week’s print edition you will notice an expanded What’s Happening section. It’s springtime and we’re ready to leap into a new season with a fresh and expanded offering when it comes to all that makes Culpeper and this region vibrant and worth visiting.

Letter: Supervisors need to consider pump and haul policy carefully

I understand that the Board of Supervisors will be considering a permanent sewage pump and haul request filed by a would-be developer for land under contract at 14434 Rixeyville Road.

Neviaser’s new book ‘The Way I See It’ out now

Local resident Dr. Tom Neviaser has written a book from his more than three decades as an orthopaedic surgeon. It’s available on Amazon and an easy roadmap to get you through those perhaps many visits to figure out next steps when dealing with aching joints.

Law Sense: Minimum insurance leaves drivers vulnerable to uninsured and underinsured drivers

If you drive a car in the Commonwealth of Virginia, you are required by law to carry liability insurance of at least $25,000 of coverage per claimant with a cap of $50,000 if multiple claims arise from the same accident. There are additional optional coverages to complete what people often describe as “full coverage.”

From the Delegates’ Desk: Freitas has two bills signed by Governor MCauliffe

The 2016 Virginia General Assembly came to a close the first part of March. Delegate Freitas had his second bill signed into law by Governor McAuliffe.

Editorial: Testing tolerance

When Sheriff Scott Jenkins brought John Guandolo, a former FBI counterterrorism agent, to Culpeper in 2014 to talk about the threat of terrorism he had to stand tall...which he did.

The Marshall Plan: Crooked as a dog’s hind leg

Let’s talk turkey. You know most of these politicians aren’t as sharp as a tack and most are more crooked than a dog’s hind leg. Read on if you’re not too big for your britches.

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