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Carson Thomas Boita's attorney declared Thursday her client is an innocent man as police continued to investigate a complaint that someone placed a hidden camera in the unisex restroom of Boita's Happy Creek Coffee and Tea shop. comments

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STEPHENS CITY -- The National FFA Organization teaches a lot more than farming. That's why area agriscience teachers said the organization plucked "farmers" from its name a long time ago. comments

Timothy W. Darr is seeking re-election to his seat as mayor of Front Royal. comments

The Virginia Cooperative Extension has been serving communities since 1914. For its 100th anniversary, 4-H Agent in Shenandoah County Carol Nansel went through Annual Extension Reports, which were filed between 1923 and 1969. comments

Farmers trying to reevaluate the impact of their practices on the land and water have a local resource -- and an upcoming deadline that could help them finance new, environmentally conscious practices. comments

Front Royal Town Council won't take up the regulation of fortunetelling until after the election Tuesday. comments

Virginia has experienced a decrease in grain production in 2014, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service. comments

Anita Beckenstrater grabs a pumpkin off this stack outside the farm's pumpkin stand on Mt. Airy Farm south of Mount Jackson on Thursday. The farm, which planted 5 acres of pumpkins this year, is down to the last few before Halloween, which is today. Rich Cooley/Daily comments

Front Royal holds its election for seats on Town Council on Tuesday and hopefuls weighed in this week on issues they felt important. comments

WOODSTOCK - Shenandoah County could keep the Toms Brook Volunteer Fire Department from responding outside town, the government's attorney says. comments

A cat in Warren County has tested positive for rabies, according to a Wednesday press release from the Warren County Health Department. comments

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Shenandoah Livestock Oct. 25 FEEDER: Steers, 300-399 lbs., $200.00-260.00; 400-499 lbs., $180.00-247.50; 500-599 lbs., $198.00-239.00; 600-699 lbs., $177.50-226.00; 700-799 lbs., $187.50-225.00; 800-899 lbs., $185.00-210.00; 900-999 lbs., $112.50; 1000+, $117.50-195.00. Bulls, 200-299 lbs., $160.00-322.50; 300-399 lbs., $185.00-317.50; 400-499 lbs., $200.00-280.00; 500-599... comments

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WINCHESTER -- Imagine not being able to hold a pen properly to write a letter, or having only a few fingers available for folding towels. Think how frustrating it would be matching socks with foggy vision, or following instructions you're not sure you heard properly. comments

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EDINBURG -- Scarlett is like the Energizer Bunny; she keeps going, and going and going. comments

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