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FRONT ROYAL -- The contractor for the regional jail under construction in Warren County faces penalties triggered by delays in the project. comments

Two single-vehicle crashes on Interstate-81 caused significant delays Wednesday and Thursday, according to Virginia State Police Sgt. F.L. Tyler. comments


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WINCHESTER -- It comes a year later than expected, but Shenandoah University's baseball team secured a new banner for the Bridgeforth Field outfield fence on Thursday. comments

WOODSTOCK -- Central sophomore pitcher Bekah Ansbro found herself in a little bit of a jam in the top of the seventh inning against visiting William Monroe on Thursday evening. comments

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A few days ago I had lunch with a buddy at a local restaurant. The food was fine, sure, but this is a friend who makes the menu irrelevant.

One of the longest running television game shows is The Price is Right. It's an interesting and fast-paced competition where contestants must guess the prices of different items. The contestant who gets the closest to the actual retail price without going over wins prizes such as cash, cars or cruises. Shoppers who have some idea of current values certainly have the advantage, but there is always some amount of guesswork involved as well.

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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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Kota, the police dog whose injury in the line of duty transformed him into a worldwide celebrity, took a bow Thursday with his handler before an audience of about 50 at a dinner and awards ceremony. comments

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FRONT ROYAL -- Pam Kidwell, clerk of Warren County General District Court, is scheduled to appear in general district court at 10 a.m. Wednesday on a charge of misdemeanor assault. comments

A Shenandoah County grand jury indicted Claude Delmus Shafer Jr. Wednesday on a charge of capital murder, the second death penalty case to be filed in the county in the last year by Commonwealth's Attorney Amanda Wiseley. comments

STEPHENS CITY -- While others hit the beach, they'll be hitting the books. comments

A Shenandoah County supervisor maintained her stance on taxes and spending after drawing fire from upset teachers Tuesday. comments

Authorities have charged a Front Royal man as the seventh defendant in a case involving the disappearance and murder of Waynesboro Police Reserve Capt. Kevin Quick. comments

A top Strasburg official quit suddenly last week, prompting staffing changes in several town agencies. comments

The Environmental Protection Agency recently made a ruling that clarifies the inclusions of streams and wetlands leading to larger waterways throughout the nation under the Clean Water Act. comments

Devon Davis, a Strasburg Volunteer firefighter, walks outside the scene of this crash on southbound Interstate 81 near Cedar Creek on Wednesday afternoon. A truck carrying a travel trailer overturned on its side, blocking both lanes of traffic and closing the interstate for over an hour. Rich Cooley/Daily comments

Sword specialist Richard W. Hoover plans a pointed lesson at the Warren Heritage Society this evening. Then next week, a yearlong exhibit called "The Year of the Burning," about the valley campaigns of 1864, kicks off with an evening reception. Both events are at 7 p.m. comments

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WINCHESTER -- When Steven Singer, executive director of Addiction Recovery Systems-Winchester, interviewed for his position, he said his employers told him they were convinced he was right for the job after just one line: "It's about time someone actually wants to bring this to the community," Singer told his interviewer. comments

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WINCHESTER -- The Old Town Development Board has announced plans for adding new events to a score of successful ones from last year. comments

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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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