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The Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter has found a new, temporary home this week thanks to a Woodstock family. comments

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QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson got exactly what it needed on Tuesday night -- a win and a chance to have a little fun. comments

FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County's offense struggled to support its starting pitching early in the season, but it seems the bats are finally coming around for the Wildcats. comments

QUCIKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson struggled to score in the second half Tuesday night, but when it counted the most the Generals came through. comments

FRONT ROYAL -- For the opening 20 minutes or so, host Warren County High School's girls soccer team played with the listlessness and lack of energy you might expect from a team that had played less than 24 hours before. comments

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So much, it seems to this observer, is celebrated during this season of the year. People are almost giddy with the prospect of spring's brightness after the dark of winter. The longer days offer more warmth, blooming flowers, fresh air, trees coming into leaf, and grass that is green not dull, winter brown. Indeed, Red Hill seems to have taken on a new life after the cold of snow and ice and dark.


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Jeeps are vehicles that seep into the soul of some owners, who love their rugged good looks and on-off road versatility.

So much, it seems to this observer, is celebrated during this season of the year. People are almost giddy with the prospect of spring's brightness after the dark of winter. The longer days offer more warmth, blooming flowers, fresh air, trees coming into leaf, and grass that is green not dull, winter brown. Indeed, Red Hill seems to have taken on a new life after the cold of snow and ice and dark.

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Keith Maskell joined Virginia Cooperative Extension on Feb. 18 as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer in Shenandoah County. Maskell brings a wide range of professional experiences to his new role. He was born and raised in Alpena, Mich. He graduated from Central Michigan University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. He majored in Personal Financial Planning and Economics. comment 0


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TOMS BROOK -- Birds nesting in an exterior light may have caused a fire that destroyed a Roberts Road residence early Wednesday morning. comments


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Shenandoah County has a new chief for its 911 operations after a months-long search. comments

WOODSTOCK -- Shenandoah County leaders approved a tax increase for homeowners but stopped short of the steep hike as proposed. comments

One of the last remaining properties owned by the late Leo M. Bernstein will be sold next month. comments

Town mayors kept quiet as Shenandoah County leaders considered a steep increase in the real estate tax rate. comments

Winchester police have charged 11 men, two of them from Front Royal and two from Stephens City, on charges of prostitution as a result of an undercover sting operation conducted Friday. comments

FRONT ROYAL -- Many of the purple trees that have been blooming throughout the area lately are redbuds. And several of the trees at Happy Creek Arboretum are hawthorns, which originated in England. comments

A 6-year-old boy from the Boyce area survived serious injuries Saturday afternoon after he fell off an ATV. comments

Both Earth Day and Arbor Day encourage people to think twice about their environmental impact. For members of Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, even spring cleaning should take on an environmentally friendly twist. comments

STRASBURG -- Volunteers never know what they'll find in the Strasburg Town Run each Earth Day. comments


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Nothing else compares to the taste of fresh herbs from the garden. They dress up any dish and even the tiniest bit makes a difference, said Master Gardener Paula Brownlee, who admits her enthusiasm for the subject has grown with her since her childhood in England. comments

WINCHESTER -- Frances might not be caught up on Game of Thrones yet, but she's the perfect binge watching partner. comments

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