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Sunday, November 23, 2014

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Study shows families lack a "living wage"

WAYNESBORO-As the holidays roll around and twinkly lights abound, for many families it’s a time for eating, laughing and searching for that sold-out “Frozen” doll. For others, the holiday season doesn’t mean new toys and a big screen TV; it means pinching pennies just to make ends meet.

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Riverheads falls in championship game

RICHMOND, Va. – For a split second, the celebration was a sigh.When the ball left Gate City Kyra Jessee’s hand and kissed the Siegel Center floor, she turned toward her teammates, a look of relief washing over her face. And before firebrand Lindsey Harper could let out a scream and lift her hands into the air, Jessee smiled and nodded before she got lost in a yelling huddle of black jerseys with blue trim.

  • icon Posted: November 22

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'Mockingjay, Part 1' opens with $123 million

NEW YORK (AP) — "Mockingjay, Part 1" didn't catch fire like the previous installments of "The Hunger Games," but it still had the biggest opening of the year with $123 million at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates Sunday.

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Congress, it’s time to start working

And so the long delayed announcement on immigration from the Obama administration was finally unveiled last week. The news, postponed in an ill advised attempt to help Democrats during the midterm elections, will protect millions of illegal immigrants from deportation.

  • icon Posted: November 23

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“City of Destiny” draws people west

With the sound of seagulls in the distance and the fresh, tangy smell of saltwater permeating the air, Tacoma, Wash. is a port city with a vibrant history. The city lies just 30 minutes south of Seattle and is a hub of cultural and outdoor activities in the shadow of Mount Rainier.

  • icon Posted: November 09

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Do you support merging Berkeley Glenn and Wenonah?

The Waynesboro School Board is considering two options, when it comes to the future of Wenonah and Berkeley Glenn elementary schools. Either renovate both or merge the two into a larger building on the Berkeley Glenn site.

Total Votes: 150

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