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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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  • Dry summer isn't all bad

    A dry summer isn’t always bad. Local vineyards are crediting the summer’s dry conditions for yielding them high quality grapes. 

  • Murder suspect granted evaluation extension

    An Orange County man charged with first-degree murder in the death of his nephew was granted an extension for competency and sanity evaluations. 

  • EMS addresses opiate addiction

    Opiate-related deaths generally suggest images of ridden hard, put away wet, frazzle-haired, arm-scarred, blotchy-skinned street junkies.

  • Law enforcement seeks suspect

    In the early morning hours of September 14, 2014, the Orange Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of shots being fired in the area of Mine R…

  • Local commutes are above average

    A recent study confirms many Orange County residents have above average commutes to and from their places of work. 

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Snapshot: "The corn maze"

The Liberty Mills corn maze is 25 acres and features four trails with various story stations.  Trail levels increase in difficulty and time needed for navigation. The maze is open from Sept. 13 - Nov. 2 at Liberty Mills Farm in Somerset. The 110-acre farm is owned and operated by Kent and Evie Woods and includes a pumpkin patch, strawberries in the spring and community supported agriculture. Owner Kent Woods is pictured with his daughter Shannon in front of the corn maze.

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Bears blitz Hornets

Tallying their first points of any kind for the regular season, the fighting Hornets varsity football team began their quest against visiting Riverbend High School in grand fashion as junior running back Jabarri Washington sped around right end 27 yards for the inaugural score at 9:51 of the opening quarter this past Friday evening.

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National Day of Action

September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) and the National Day of Action is Tuesday, Sept. 30. 

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