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Athlete of the Week: Breqlyne Johnson

- A humble smile and warrior’s spirit describe this Devillette

Walton’s film chosen for national premiere

- Rappahannock resident Bill Walton’s most recent film, “The Ticket,” has been chosen as one of 10 films – from a pool of 6,626 hopefuls – to compete for top honors next month in the Tribecca Film Festival’s US Narrative Competition.

How to cook like a professional chef at home

- Every home baker or chef has asked the same question at some point: why don’t my cakes or dishes look and taste like the ones from my favorite restaurant? The answer: culinary professionals know secrets and tricks that most home chefs don’t.

Automotive: Getting your vehicle ready for summer

- Summer's heat, dust, and stop-and-go traffic, will take their toll on your vehicle. Add the effects of last winter, and you could be poised for a breakdown.

Wild Ideas: Discovering a treasure in plain sight

Photo by Pam Owen. A large tree, resembling a crab like monster, lays across Catlett’s Branch, in a forested valley of the preserve.
- As I’m constantly reminded every time I drive down Interstate 66 and see the startling white cliffs at the top of the Bull Run Mountains, I’ve been wanting to explore these mountains for decades.

Sev1Tech helps Culpeper Senior Center move to temporary home

Photo by Jeff Say. Ashley McIntyre (from left) Aubrey Klenner and Nichole Resnick move boxes at the Culpeper Senior Nutrition Site March 4.
- When Brian McIntyre’s dad moved to Culpeper County a few months ago, he didn’t know anybody and didn’t have any local friends. That all changed after his first visit to the Culpeper Senior Nutrition Site, better known as the Culpeper Senior Center.

Panera Bread donates $4,000 to Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby

- When Panera Bread opened in Culpeper nearly two years ago, their fundraisers quickly pinpointed a non-profit they wanted to work with. The Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby was already well-known for its work with local students and their reach has only grown with the partnership with Panera.

Biz Bio- Lose the weight and love yourself

- Dr. Zia Roshandel has a history in the Culpeper community of serving his patients with passion and heart. His credentials as a seasoned heart specialist have long been established. He’s been named one of America’s top cardiologists several years running. One of the hallmarks of his practice is his ability to explain in simple and clear terms what causes your body’s most vital organ to be stressed.

Culpeper Town planners approve Comprehensive Plan updates

- Site plan approved on South Main Street

Salute to our Veterans: March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

- March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and Virginia Veteran and Family Support continues to partner with local, state and national agencies by conducting an awareness campaign in March each year. The theme for the 2015 to 2017 campaign is: Not Alone.

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