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Saturday, July 26, 2014

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Pipeline raises questions, some answers

Residents of Augusta County are concerned about what happens to their property rights, once Dominion Power decides on a route for the proposed natural gas pipeline.

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Road win helps Draft bounce back

It took a road trip to get the Stuarts Draft Diamondbacks on the winning side of things again. On Friday, Draft picked up the 5-3 win against Montezuma, holding on to first place in the Rockingham County League.

  • icon Posted: July 25

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Sweet Dreams return to Stuarts Draft

The sweetest day of the year might just be this Saturday, when the 11th annual Sweet Dreams Festival returns to Stuarts Draft Park. The free family event will run from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., featuring food, sporting events, magicians, vendors and, of course, chocolate.

  • icon Updated: July 23

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Museum news a good start

The week ended with a bang for Waynesboro residents, as officials from the Virginia Museum of Natural History announced they hit the fundraising goal.

  • icon Posted: July 26

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Warriors come together again

Ten years ago, everything was different. Some were from Waynesboro, some from Staunton and others from across the mountain in Charlottesville, but they all experienced things together. 

  • icon Updated: July 23

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Online poll

Would you support a tax hike to increase base pay for Waynesboro officers?

The Waynesboro Police Department is one of the lowest paying in the area, with a starting salary of $31,000. A total of 34 officers have resigned over the last five years, leaving for other agencies. That. combined with injuries and retirements, has left 35 officers to patrol the city. Would you support some type of plan, including up to a tax increase, to help bring the base pay up for local officers?

Total Votes: 109

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