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Panera Bread is here

Culpeper's Panera Bread features a Drive Thru. Photo by Ian Chini.
- Culpeper's Panera Bread was officially welcomed with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday morning.

Athlete of the Week: Colby Mocarski

At 17, senior Colby Mocarski is a catcher on the Culpeper Girls Varsity softball team. On Tuesday, she hit a home run and drove in two runs in a 23-10 win over cross-town rival Eastern View. Photo by Marshall Conner.
- In one of the more exciting moments of the game Culpeper catcher Colby Mocarski connected on a pitch that ended up outside the outfield fence.

Culpeper Remembrance Days celebrate the past, present and future histories

Museum of Culpeper History re-opens on April 12 at its new location in The Depot. Courtesy photo.
- Remembrance Days - Culpeper's living history, April 11th - 13th, 2014.

Sheriff’s office preps students for prom week

Anyone observing and/or taking part of one of the simulated accident scenes knows just how real they can be. Courtesy photo.
- Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office has prepared a number of events to be held at Eastern View High School and Culpeper County High School in the days leading up to- and including- their respective proms.

Rich Crowley’s Snapshot of Culpeper

Nathan Rivas. Photo by Rich Crowley.
- Bonafide Beard Guy.

Chamber’s new logo had its debut at State Theatre

The Chamber's new look was designed by Antony Rozwadowski at K Art and Design, Inc.
- Drawing tourists and doing business in Culpeper may still be the hottest ticket in town, but the Culpeper Chamber of Commerce has decided the red pepper is passe.

Board goes ballistic over bypass budget

Going around can make things easier. After crossing Lake Pelham, U.S. 29 (James Monroe Highway) upgrades to a limited access freeway to bypass the city of Culpeper. (as pictured). Photo courtesy of AA Roads.
- Going around can make things easier.

Boring resigns from council, Huggard appointed

Town councilman Dan Boring, elected in 2010, resigned effective Tuesday, April 1. Courtesy photo.
- Elected in 2010, town councilman Dan Boring had announced several months ago that he would not seek re-election to a second term and that the family might eventually move to property they had in Arizona.

Public hearing on the county budget set for April 22

- The Culpeper County Board of Supervisors met during a final work session Tuesday to cement their proposed FY 2015 budget.

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