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Monday, May 25, 2015

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Legion honors fallen soldiers

Flags blew in the wind at Riverview Cemetery, patriotic songs echoed and people saluted at Waynesboro’s Memorial Day service, held by American Legion Post 340.

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Draft shuts down Bridgewater for home win

The visitors fought all night, but the Stuarts Draft Diamondbacks held on to pick up their second win of the season Sunday, beating the Bridgewater Reds 5-3.

  • icon Posted: May 24

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Honor the fallen by getting involved

The idea started in Warrenton, so the story goes. On June 3, 1861, a group of Virginia citizens decorated the graves of Confederate soldiers. It happened again the next year, this time in Savannah, Georgia and by 1863, both sides wanted to honor the fallen at Gettysburg, so flowers were set out and wreaths were hung.

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Start-up church aims for growth

There is a sizable group of locals who always head over to Seven Arrows Brewing Company just outside of Waynesboro’s city limits in Fishersville for ice cold beverages on Sunday. But, there is also a group that visits the same building that houses the brewery to praise the lord.

  • icon Posted: April 26

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What do you want to happen with Waynesboro High?

The Waynesboro School Board plans to make a decision over the next few months about the future of Waynesboro High, either to rebuild it at the current location or move it to a new site. To rebuild, the cost is $46 million. To relocate, it will cost $73.6 million, plus whatever the cost of the new land is.

Total Votes: 539

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