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Bridge construction worker injured in fall

A construction worker fell 20 feet down a pylon hole Monday morning while working on the bridge project over the South Fork of the Shenandoah River in Front Royal, Fire Chief Richard E. Mabie said.
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House fire causes $80,000 in damage

A Saturday morning fire caused an estimated $80,000 damage and forced evacuation of two occupants from a house at 1015 Virginia Ave. in Front Royal.
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A little off the side

Ashby Grimsley, 70, of Front Royal, trims a line of white pines along his property on Morgan Ford Road near his home. Grimsley trims the trees once a year. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Catching dinner

John Randall, of Woodstock, fishes along the bridge at Chapman Landing Road north of Edinburg on a warm summer afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Barbershop closes after 93 years

NEW MARKET -- After more than 70 years of cutting hair, one New Market barber has chosen to hang up the clippers.
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Forum to focus on mental health

A forum in Winchester on Friday will unite community and national organizations in an attempt to lessen the stigma of mental health.
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Public meetings, July 21-25

Shenandoah County The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the county government center, 600 N. Main St., Woodstock. New Market Town Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the municipal building, 9418 John Sevier Road....
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Falcon restoration continues in Shenandoah National Park

Falcons that were once sought after by kings are returning, after over 30 years, to Shenandoah National Park.
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Porsche club hosts county tour

WOODSTOCK -- The parking lot of the Spring House Tavern looked more like a Porsche dealership than a restaurant on Saturday morning.
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Defense attorney describes futility of RSW jail visit

FRONT ROYAL -- A motion filed in Warren County Circuit Court a few days ago sheds light on mounting complaints from defense attorneys about what they describe as the failure of the newly opened Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail on U.S. 340-522 to grant them adequate access to their clients.
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Sheriffs use old jails as holding areas

Sheriffs in Shenandoah and Warren counties have had a few weeks to test how they handle prisoners waiting for court.
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Foust opens Winchester office for congressional race

The importance of women voters to Democratic hopes in the fall congressional elections was on display Friday in Winchester with the opening of a field office for10th District candidate John Foust.
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Beekeepers take steps toward improving bee health

BERRYVILLE -- Honey bees across the United States, including those in Virginia, are dying at an alarming rate. But local beekeepers want to change that pattern.
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Pesticides may play role in loss of bees

Scott Currie of Toms Brook Busy Bee has seen firsthand how beekeeping has changed.
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Town, county look for commuter lots

Commuters in Warren County and Front Royal may get more parking spaces in the near future.
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Leach Run Parkway project under review

FRONT ROYAL - A major road project planned for Warren County and the town may get close to an endangered species' habitat.
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Strasburg warns of road work

Construction crews working on the first two phases of Strasburg's Downtown Streetscape Project plan to mill and pave King Street next week.
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Correction

A story on Friday incorrectly identified Rex the drug-sniffing canine as a Belgian Malamute. It should have identified him as a Belgian Malinois.
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Church members focus service efforts on Strasburg park

STRASBURG -- Youth and church leaders traveled to Strasburg on Thursday as part of a three-day effort to serve the community.
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Pet of the Week: Hickory perfect for any cat lover

EDINBURG -- Hickory is known by volunteers at the Shenandoah County Animal Shelter to be friendly and affectionate. But he has been at the shelter since March and adopters keep passing him by.
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From farm to restaurant table

STRASBURG -- Crissy Willis firmly believes in the benefits of locally grown food, and she has dedicated her life to providing it to Strasburg residents.
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Narcotics dog joins Sheriff's Office

WOODSTOCK -- Drug dealers beware, there's a new dog in town.
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Slow growing season impacts gleaning efforts

WINCHESTER -- Owen Dofflemyer, 9, and Braedon Dofflemyer, 12, of Loudoun County, heaved bags of green beans toward a gray van already filled with them.
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Local farmers deal with weather-related setbacks

WINCHESTER -- This year's harsh winter hurt several crops for many farmers in the area -- but some are saying it was actually a normal season that happened to follow several mild winters.
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Woodstock set to dedicate expanded park

Woodstock dedicates its revitalized W.O. Riley Park on Friday with live music and food -- rain or shine.

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