The News Virginian

February 9, 2016

Council wants to delay Waynesboro High discussion

WAYNESBORO-Current city council members want to put off any discussion on Waynesboro High's future until after the election.

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Tuesday Scoreboard: Lee escapes with last second shot

STAUNTON – Jayden Williams hit the game-winning free throw with 7.2 seconds left and Robert E. Lee escaped a near-upset with a 44-43 victory over Wilson Memorial in the opening rounds of the Conference 36 boys basketball tournament Tuesday night.

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Lee Ladies stage upset of Stuarts Draft

STUARTS DRAFT – Coming into his first season as the Robert E. Lee girls basketball coach after previously serving time at Monticello, Josh McElheny didn’t know what to expect out of his inaugural season with Lee.

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Too much empty space: Love Inc. needs donations

FISHERSVILLE-Right here in the Valley, some less fortunate people are forced to sleep on cardboard boxes. Love In the Name of Christ is determined to fix this situation.

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Spotlight On: David Reed

David Reed spends his time bouncing back and forth between sports and class at both Waynesboro High and the STEM program at Shenandoah Governor’s School, as well as other extracurriculars. David plays for the golf and basketball teams, and is a member of Concert Choir and the National Honors Society. He sat down to talk about his future and what he’ll miss about Waynesboro High.

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Pancakes for a Cause: Bethlehem cooks for WARM

Every year, members of Bethlehem Lutheran Church start cooking. Between pancakes, sausage and coffee, they feed the community to help raise money for an organization in need.

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