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FRONT ROYAL -- Fundraising activities to help pay the funeral expenses for a 6-year-old boy have sprung up in the days since his death Saturday in a pedestrian-vehicle accident. comments

Woodstock could turn the old school into its new municipal building if Shenandoah County gives the property back to the town. comments


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STEPHENS CITY -- Goals were at a premium for much of Thursday's Northwestern District girls soccer match between host Sherando and Millbrook. So when junior Erin Magalis cashed in with the game's first goal to give the Warriors a lead midway through the second half, it appeared Sherando might finally get its long overdue win over the Pioneers. comments

STEPHENS CITY-- Reid Entsminger has achieved a lot over the last year, and now the Sherando senior can add something else to his accomplishments. Entsminger was named the Virginia Group 4A Male Athlete of the Year on Thursday. comments

QUICKSBURG -- The final score was reassuring, but the signs leading up to that final margin were even more positive for Stonewall Jackson's boys soccer team on Thursday night. comments

STEPHENS CITY -- Millbrook freshman Anthony Simonelli looked like anything but a freshman on Thursday night. comments

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Adam Lenke hopes to see plenty of familiar faces and just as many new ones when he arrives at Winchester's Jim Barnett Park for the start of the two-day The Claw Crosstown disc golf event. comments

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Jeeps are vehicles that seep into the soul of some owners, who love their rugged good looks and on-off road versatility.

So much, it seems to this observer, is celebrated during this season of the year. People are almost giddy with the prospect of spring's brightness after the dark of winter. The longer days offer more warmth, blooming flowers, fresh air, trees coming into leaf, and grass that is green not dull, winter brown. Indeed, Red Hill seems to have taken on a new life after the cold of snow and ice and dark.

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At top, Duane Wiliams, left, facilities foreman for Shenandoah County, chats with Rick Custer, an equipment operator for G.B. Foltz General Contracting Inc. outside the Alms House at the Shenandoah County Farm on Thursday. The structure, which was destroyed by fire on April 13, had the remaining walls taken down on Thursday. The original structure dates back to 1829. Rich Cooley/Daily comments

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FRONT ROYAL -- It all started as a joke. comments

A former Woodstock resident was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court to 15 years in prison for his involvement in what prosecutors described as " a multi ounce methamphetamine conspiracy in and around Woodstock" several years ago. comments

A state agency may let Shenandoah County move ahead with a plan to extend the life of its landfill and protect the environment. comments

Strasburg leaders on Wednesday chose to demolish the damaged town shop and build a new facility in its place. comments

Police at the 87th Apple Blossom Festival will be cracking down on portable containers found to be holding anything on a list of banned items. comments

The Virginia Cooperative Extension is seeking volunteer financial education instructors. comments

Shenandoah County officials continue to make changes to positions that handle local finances. comments

The Virginia Cooperative Extension will allow local residents the chance to learn more about harnessing the powering of the sun next month. comments

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WINCHESTER -- Wayne Wymer, 60, of Winchester, wanted to become involved in a clinical trial because he knows cancer treatments change -- and improve -- every day. comments

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To kick off the first weekend of the 87th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, the United Bank Bloomin' Wine Fest will pour out two days of music, food, drinks and fun. comments

BERRYVILLE -- Gremlin's hunting career didn't work out so well. Instead of chasing rabbits, he wanted to chase deer. comments

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