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It's back to school time, and in Virginia that means the return of a three-day sales tax holiday. Beginning Friday, many clothing items, shoes and school and office supplies will be free of sales tax. In combination with back-to-school sales, it's a good time to save on items for the new school year. comments

QUICKSBURG -- The future of Stonewall Jackson High School's varsity football program is in jeopardy. comments

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Sherando's varsity football team wasted no time when it hit the field for the first official day of practice for the 2014 season on Thursday evening. The Warriors really have no need to ease into the basics -- that sort of thing is well behind them. comments

FRONT ROYAL -- Brandon Harvell might be late to the party, but he sure made sure the Strasburg Express celebrated on Thursday night at Bing Crosby Stadium. comments

STRASBURG -- Ryan Cleveland had modest goals on Wednesday night. comments

MIDDLETOWN -- For the first time in years, Middletown could get its own Little League baseball teams. comments

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CLEAR BROOK -- Valerie Miller, 12, of Winchester, said she likes working with rabbits "because they don't moo at you." comments

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WINCHESTER -- Maya was just a head, bobbing up and down in the water, eyes locked on the geese. comments

WOODSTOCK -- A capital murder case against Nicole Dawn Miller continued to churn toward a mid-January trial date Wednesday with Circuit Judge Dennis L. Hupp approving the appointment of a mental health expert to help in Miller's defense. comments

Local farmers are reporting that this year should see a strong corn crop, but the market prices may not be quite so positive. comments

According to a recent survey by the National Agricultural Statistics Service, corn acreage decreased by around 10,000 acres between 2013 and 2014. comments

When the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail north of Front Royal opened in June, the burden of overseeing the education of some jail inmates from the three counties fell to Warren County Public Schools. comments

Warren County has put a halt to most short-term tourist rentals until officials revise the regulations in the coming months. comments

In Basye, Lake Laura is getting a second chance. comments

WOODSTOCK - The town plans to upgrade its water treatment plant for the first time since it opened 40 years ago. comments

Survey says: Strasburg residents stay in town to buy some groceries, participate in local activities and many want a farmers market. comments

Area police departments are gearing up for the 31st National Night Out, a crime prevention initiative scheduled for Tuesday evening. comments

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Shenandoah Livestock July 26 FEEDER: Steers, 200-299 lbs., $275.00-293.00; 300-399 lbs., $172.50-275.00; 400-499 lbs., $230.00-257.00; 500-599 lbs., $228.00; 600-699 lbs., $204.00-223.00; 1000+ lbs., $135.00-141.00. Bulls, 100-199 lbs., $247.00; 200-299 lbs., $155.00-277.50; 300-399 lbs., $217.50-284.00; 400-499 lbs., $160.00-252.00; 500-599 lbs., $163.00-237.00;... comments

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The Frederick County Fair plans for a grand finale this weekend, while First Friday events in Winchester and Harrisonburg kick off two days of events that also include a Civil War walking tour, library events for children and teens, a Front Royal car show, a Luray bluegrass festival and Shenandoah Jamboree in Quicksburg. comments

WINCHESTER --The staff at the Winchester SPCA affectionately refer to 3-year-old Mash as "the Kool-Aid Man." comments

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