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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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WOODSTOCK -- The teacher lobby outweighed tax-hike opponents at a public hearing held Tuesday by Shenandoah County leaders. comments


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A town resident was sentenced Tuesday to a total of two years in prison on charges stemming from what the prosecutor called a brawl with his ex-girlfriend and two of her family members. comments

WOODSTOCK -- U.S. 11 isn't just for bargain hunters anymore. comments

A Front Royal fire Monday evening resulted in at least $25,000 worth of damage, according to Warren County Fire and Rescue Services Chief Richard Mabie. comments

WOODSTOCK -- An Edinburg man was ordered held without bail Tuesday as he faces a felony charge of armed burglary and several misdemeanor counts stemming from what authorities say was his ex-girlfriend's fear that he would harm her. comments

STRASBURG -- Jimmy Pullman was a drug addict who ran up an extensive criminal record in Warren, Frederick and other counties in the area before he found a way to recovery. comments

The fire that destroyed the historic Alms House remained under investigation Monday with the cause still undetermined. comments

The Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter continues to help the community, despite the fact that it's now homeless after a fire destroyed the historic Alms House on Sunday. comments

WOODSTOCK -- The latest apartment being built in Woodstock has prime access to the town's high school. comments

Colombus Tutt, Jr, 80, of Luray, brought his work outside the upholstery shop at Edinburg Motors on a recent spring afternoon. Tutt, who was working on the bench seat of a pickup truck, has been doing upholstery work for 44 years and works 35 hours a week. Rich Cooley/Daily comments


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QUICKSBURG -- Josette Miller, 43, of New Market, said when her mother was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer, the family was blindsided. No close relative had ever dealt with cancer before. comments


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