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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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    Local delegates discuss conservation

    Overlooking a sunny lake and surrounded by the fresh smell of grass, Sen. Emmett Hanger, Del. Steve Landes, the Valley Conservation Council and the Virginia Conservation Network gathered at the Moore Farm in Staunton on Friday morning to discuss the importance of conserving farms and land in the Shenandoah Valley.

Driver from Saturday hit and run comes forward

The driver in Saturday morning’s hit and run incident near Chauncey’s Smokehouse has come forward to talk with police. Waynesboro Police Sgt. Brian Edwards said Sunday afternoon that the driver provided a statement and the vehicle involved with the incident has been found. Charges are pending in the case.

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Draft drops game on the road

Another slow start proved too much for the Stuarts Draft Diamondbacks to overcome Sunday. On the road, they lost 10-8 to Elkton, keeping just a half game up on second place Clover Hill.

  • icon Posted: July 20

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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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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 a plan to merge Berkeley Glenn and Wenonah elementary schools?

The recently released facilities study showed more than $79 million worth of repairs and renovations needed at Berkeley Glenn and Wenonah elementary schools, as well as Waynesboro High. One of the options is to merge the two elementary schools into a new 660-student capacity school on the Berkeley Glenn campus. That would cost $22 million, as opposed to the $35.85 million it would take to renovate both school buildings.

Total Votes: 122

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