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Sunday, February 1, 2015

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  • Waynesboro community servant Curry dies

    John Curry, a retired judge who served in countless community service roles in Waynesboro, died Sunday after a sudden illness. He was 70. 

Waynesboro community servant Curry dies

John Curry, a retired judge who served in countless community service roles in Waynesboro, died Sunday after a sudden illness. He was 70. 

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Hornets edge Indians

FISHERSVILLE – Parker Glenn’s corner jumper stopped an 8-0 Wilson Memorial run and the senior forward hit 6-of-7 free throws down the stretch as Fort Defiance held off the Green Hornets, 51-46, in non-conference boys’ basketball at the Hive Saturday.

  • icon Posted: January 31

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'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' sweeps Sundance Awards

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Sundance breakout "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl," a quirky, heartfelt story about a pair of high school film-lovers who befriend a girl with cancer, won both the U.S. dramatic audience award and the grand jury prize at the 31st Sundance Film Festival awards, announced Saturday.

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Blacks, conservative movement have a long, rich history together

Many folks ask how I can support the conservative movement as an African-American. Most of the time I ignore the question, the black community isn’t monolithic politically, each person regardless of race should be allowed to choose which party and ideology to follow. However, recently I’ve really started to contemplate some of my political positions and consider once again why I believe the things I believe, especially in light of issues that are important to me as an attorney and a young African-American, such as criminal justice reform and the like, which made me look at the conservative movement and the black community.

  • icon Posted: February 01

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A look around the South American Paris

It’s called the South American Paris for a reason. Buenos Aires, Argentina, a city that looks and feels like a mixture of Rome, Paris, New York and Madrid, is one of the top tourist destinations in South America. 

  • icon Posted: January 11

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Do you support banning chickens in Augusta County's residential neighborhoods?

On Jan. 28, Augusta County Supervisors voted 5-2 to ban chickens from being kept as pets in rural and single family residential areas. Multiple reasons were given for the decision, including preventing the spread of avian flu and less stress for the county's animal control officers.

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