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During a time of pandemic, it’s good to be able to both work and practice creativity from the comfort of your home. Especially if that home is a sheep farm in Greene County.

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Stanardsville United Methodist Church congregants and members of the community participated in a drive-thru parade on Tuesday, June 23, to say goodbye to Pastor Chuck Winner. 

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On June 21, neighbors and congregants gathered at Grace Episcopal Church’s garden for a “Taste of Unity,” including fellowship, harvesting beets and taste testing. The garden is nestled behind the church and across from Bailey Court Apartments. 

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On the morning of Friday, June 12, Jimmy, a hound dog mix, left the Greene County Animal Shelter with his new forever family, leaving the shelter empty for the first time since 1999.

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Cat Denby always had a creative side, but never expected to become an artist. Then in 2009 her husband bought her art supplies and the self-taught pastel artist hasn’t looked back.

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When Lake Orange was formed back in 1967, a Florida strain of largemouth bass was stocked as well as the northern strain. Game biologists hoped that with proper management and a fertile lake, bass would grow big. And have they ever. How does 13.3 pounds sound? That Lake Orange largemouth was…

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Great fishing lakes don’t just happen. They need to be tended to and treated like a garden, because that’s what lakes really are: gardens for fish. A poor lake produces a poor crop while a well-managed lake, such as Lake Orange, is extremely productive. We here in Central Virginia are blesse…

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