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The Whig Party is back, seeking to bridge partisan fighting

- Modern Wig Party of Virginia

At The Gas Pump

- Average retail gasoline prices in Virginia have fallen in the past week

‘Life Fine Tuned’ premiers at State Theatre

COMING TO CULPEPER: “The State Theatre is the perfect venue to premier this film,” said writer, director and producer Nina May. Much of Life Fine Tuned was filmed in Culpeper. You'll recognize Davis Street. The film premiers Saturday, Dec. 14, at 6:30 p.m.
- Written, directed and produced by Nina May

Culpeper man indicted on fatal DUI charges

Dewayne Earl Baker
- Fauquier grand jury indicts Culpeper man

New standalone sheriff’s office gets the nod

- Aylor and Rosenberger dissenting votes

Scott appointed Chairman of House Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources committee

AG ADVOCATE: Elected to a sixth term in November, Del. Ed Scott (30th) has been appointed to chair a state committee. Scott spoke at the recent opening of the new DMV building in Culpeper. He was particularly pleased that day with the scenery. “Look at those views,” he commented. The new building is surrounded by pastoral scenes from farms and fields.
- 30th District Delegate Edward T. Scott

Bel Canto: They love to sing

CT_2013_12-5_Bel Canto photo CHRISTMAS VOICES: Bel Canto has garnered a reputation for beautiful and prayerful voices raised in song. They will be performing this weekend in Orange and Madison counties. Pictured from rear left: Brad Jackson, Sam Miles, Jim Wingo, Roy Yoder, Fred Kinnaman, George Carroll, Kim Beach and Mike Dougherty From front left: Judy Elias, Fay Utz, Zan Thomas, Jaynie Jackson, Miriam Halsey, Mary O'Meara, Bernice Walker, Sallie Morgan and director Amy Coddington.
- Singers assemble to join together in song

Head Start looking for donations and a few good men to help

- Culpeper Men Care will connect with the community's children

‘Pause Before You Post’

SOCIAL MEDIATORS: Culpeper County High School students Abby Place (left) and Logan Bogert (right) were instrumental in the creation of a video encouraging their classmates to 'pause' before 'posting' to social media sites. Students pledged their support by signing a banner displayed at the school.
- Culpeper High students create cyberbullying video

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