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FRONT ROYAL -- Three weeks ago, Warren County's football team was standing at 0-2 in the Bull Run District and 0-5 overall. comments

FRONT ROYAL -- Jamal Parker remembered what happened in last year's Senior Night, and the Skyline senior was determined to not walk off the field with a loss on his Senior Night. comments

QUICKSBURG -- Riverheads kept right on rolling Friday night as the Gladiators scored a lopsided 56-22 win over winless Stonewall Jackson in Shenandoah District football action. comments

MADISON -- Strasburg High school quarterback Mark Smoot connected with his brother, Ryan, on an 8-yard touchdown strike with just under three minutes to play to boost the Rams to a 36-30 victory over host Madison County in Bull Run District football action on Friday night. comments

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Rick Dutrow of Stephens City leads a group of several dozen zombies across Commerce Avenue in Front Royal Friday evening during the 2nd Annual Zombie Parade sponsored by the Lucky Star Lounge in Front Royal. Participants paraded from Bing Crosby Stadium to the gazebo on East Main Street. Participants were asked to make a donation to either The Humane Society of Warren County, C-CAP, or Music and Memory. Rich Cooley/Daily comments

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A new recycling center in Woodstock will encourage a partnership between area high school students and community members. comments

A Stephens City man died from a heroin overdose on Aug. 16, 2013 after Tyler Christian Clements sold the drug to him the night before. comments

A deal between Shenandoah County and a volunteer fire department over housing responders remains up in the air. comments

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

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Discount supermarket chain Aldi took the first step this week toward opening a store in the Riverton Commons Shopping Center in Warren County. 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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