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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

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    Records show no problems with current pipeline

    As talks continue about possibly building a natural gas pipeline in Augusta County, records show the one currently operating here hasn't been a problem in the last 83 years.

Merging Berkeley Glenn and Wenonah an option

Over the next few months, Waynesboro residents will have a chance to tell school officials what they think of the changes recommended in the facilities study.

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Germany routs Brazil 7-1, reaches World Cup final

BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil — Germany handed Brazil its heaviest World Cup loss ever on Tuesday with an astounding 7-1 rout in the semifinals that stunned the host nation.

  • icon Posted: July 08

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Staunton to host Shenandoah Wine Festival

 The sweet notes of jazz and the taste of wine will infuse Staunton this weekend at the 6th Annual Wine and Jazz Festival, presented by the Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail.

  • icon Updated: June 24

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America’s Three Greatest Enemies

America has three mortal enemies. These enemies are capable of destroying the United States. Altogether, they pose a grave and immediate danger. And unlike previous threats, these enemies are domestic. They are illegal immigration, the national debt, and judicial dictatorships.

  • icon Posted: July 09

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Local church kindles embers for good

When the community last heard from Ron Brenneman, in a March 2011 News Virginian article, he had returned from a trip to the Holy Land, which in part was sponsored by donations from the community.

  • icon Updated: May 26

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Online poll

Would you support Dominion Resources building a natural gas pipeline through parts of Augusta County?

Dominion Resources has plans to build a 460-mile natural gas pipeline, beginning in West Virginia and running through 214 miles of Virginia, including parts of Augusta County, on to North Carolina. That includes portions of land south of Staunton, as well as the Stuarts Draft area. Opponents say it would damage the environment, while providing little in the way of jobs or tax revenue.

Total Votes: 389

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