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FRONT ROYAL-- When Maurertown resident Mark Strauss was 11 years old, German soldiers rolled into his town of Lvov, Poland, on tanks, motorcycles, bicycles and trucks, commencing a reign of terror and mass slaughter on the town's 100,000 Jews. comments


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A third potential site for a skate park in Strasburg may get the green light by town leaders. comments

FRONT ROYAL-- Some problems that have plagued the new Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail were addressed during Thursday's Jail Authority Board meeting. comments

Julio Valencia and Freddy Valencia paint the porch roof of this home at the corner of Church and Court streets in Woodstock on a fall afternoon. The pair are employed by Action Painting. Rich Cooley/Daily comments

By Josette Keelor The Warren County School Board appointed a new board member at its meeting Thursday night. C. Douglas Rosen will take the Shenandoah district seat left vacant by Kimberly Athey, who resigned from the position on Sept. 19.... comments

Traffic flows along the southbound lanes of U.S. 11 under a colorful maple tree north of Woodstock one recent autumn morning. Rich Cooley/Daily comments

The arrival of cool temperatures heralds a time of year when fire crews are called out to quell incidents started by chimneys, fireplaces and wood stoves. comments

Agritourism may bring to mind images of pumpkin patches and wineries, but for Jordan Green of J&L Green Farm in Edinburg, it means a lot more. comments

Front Royal lifted its request for residents to take part in voluntary water conservation practices this week. comments

Virginia's expected turkey production for 2014 will be 16 million birds, a 3 percent increase from the 2013 total of 15.5 million, according to the National Agriculture Statistic Service's September survey of turkey producing states. comments

wo Woodstock men were sentenced Wednesday to one year in prison each for their roles in what authorities called one of the largest drug busts in Shenandoah County history at the time of their arrests in 2012. comments


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Holtzman Oil Corporation owner Bill Holtzman said this week that he will be increasing the size and range of his company at the beginning of 2015 with the purchase of Cline Energy of Harrisonburg. comments

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WINCHESTER -- Once used as a freight station for trains carrying the likes of John Handley and Charles Broadway Rouss, the building now home to the Winchester Little Theatre is getting its due. comments



WINCHESTER -- As soon as you sit next to Tazz, he is curled up in your lap and waiting for you to scratch his head. comments


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