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Athlete of the Week: Breqlyne Johnson

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

Athlete of the Week: Annie Boone

Photo by Marshall Conner.
- Auburn University bound senior touts swimming state titles and is thirsty for more

Biz Bio- Shear Artistry: Color me creative, cheerful and content

Photo by Anita Sherman
- For owner Pam Glascock, it feels like yesterday but this November marks 20 years that Shear Artistry has been in business.

Girls on the Run challenges more than your legs

- It would be difficult to find a more joyous group of runners at any 5K. There were cartwheels across the finish line, friends encouraging friends and runners carrying flowers. At one moment there were three generations of women crossing the finish line side-by-side.

Arrest Reports- Culpeper Town Police: Nov. 9-15

- Following are the police reports from November 9-15. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department.

Arrest Reports- Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office: Nov. 11-17

- Following are the county police reports from Nov. 11-17. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

Town of Culpeper seeks to drop lawsuit against Commonwealth’s attorneys

- In a move that didn’t surprise many in the legal community, the Town of Culpeper filed a motion seeking to “nonsuit” or drop the pending civil lawsuit filed against Commonwealth’s Attorney Megan Frederick and her assistant prosecutors this summer.

Culpeper Town planners update ordinances and facilities manual

- The Town of Culpeper Planning Commission recommended several changes for the town council to consider to the town’s zoning and subdivision ordinances and the Facilities Standards Manual at its Tuesday meeting.

Curd Quips: Try something different for Thanksgiving

- To that end, let’s make the enjoyment of togetherness and taste the focus, not preparing a specific menu. What if we were to go, dare I say it, off menu and amp up the cheese. Before you get ready to tar and feather me for heresy, consider the rise of “Friendsgiving”, an alternate celebration of the family we choose versus the one that we are born to. In that environment, each person cooks what they wish – not sticking to a menu.

“Giving Locally for the Holidays” during the Culpeper Downtown Holiday Open House

- The Culpeper Center and Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. have partnered to provide Culpeper charities with an opportunity to promote “Giving Locally for the Holidays”. As part of CRI’s Annual Holiday Open House scheduled for this Sunday, Nov. 22, from noon until 5 p,m,, the Culpeper Center will provide a free booth space to a limited number of local charities.

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