Adriel Sebastian, 12, reflects on schooling during a pandemic:
Rusty, a 37-year-old blind appaloosa, was recently taking a stroll in Fluvanna County when he fell down a rock-covered ravine. He tried to get up but just slid down further, a Little Fork Volunteer Technical Large Animal Rescue Team Facebook post says.
The Culpeper County School division has reached its mid-year mark on the school calendar. This semester has been extremely stressful and taxing in almost every way imaginable. I think it is prudent that we give praise to the entire school division for reaching this milestone. Before I go int…
“Beer, if drunk in moderation, softens the temper, cheers the spirit and promotes health.” - Thomas Jefferson
Councilman Jon Russell recently announced his hopes of becoming Culpeper’s next mayor, a seat occupied by Michael Olinger for eight years.
It was another busy Christmas time at Culpeper Human Services but due to COVID 19 we could only deliver Christmas presents to approximately 135 elderly angels in Culpeper County. I would like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who helped and participated in the Be A Santa To A Senior Elderly Tree.
Over 2,000 Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District residents have received coronavirus vaccines, with the majority of recipients being front-line health care workers. Still, Health District Director Dr. Wade Kartchner said the area “is facing a severe shortage of vaccine in relation to the demand.”
Jan. 8 marked the end of an era for Anna B. McFalls, the director of finance and administrator services for Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS). Anna retired after 33 years of service with the agency, leaving behind a legacy that was recognized during a Zoom retirement event atten…
The Capitol riots resulted in the rare occasion when local political committees agree. Marshall Keene, local Republican committee chairman, and Jim Restel, local Democratic committee chairman, both condemned the riots.
Surrounded by supporters near the downtown “love” sign, Carson Beard recently announced his candidacy in the March 30 special election for the clerk of Culpeper County Circuit Court.
Although the Culpeper NAACP’s annual celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. was a virtual tribute this year, the message remained the same: King played a vital role in the struggle to achieve racial equality but his mission remains incomplete.
A Culpeper man was arrested after allegedly stabbing his roommate at their Highview Court residence in a Thursday incident resulting in injuries that were not life threatening, Culpeper police say.
The Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District has begun conducting closed “point of dispensing” COVID-19 vaccination clinics specifically for Phase 1b priority groups.
President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris announced today that University of Virginia Dr. Cameron Webb has been appointed White House Senior Policy Advisor for COVID-19 Equity.
Why knowing the 3 S’s - symptoms, screenings and shots - can make a difference
Lifestyle Physicians is kicking off its 6th Annual Weight Loss Challenge, a program that encourages weight loss through highly individualized health regimens.
Virginia is wrapping up its worst week to date in terms of new COVID-19 cases and reported deaths, but Friday data show a couple of signs that the recent surge may at least have hit a plateau.
Marshall Keene hopes to become Culpeper County Circuit Court's next clerk. He announced his candidacy on Jan. 12 to supporters gathered outside of the local Republican committee's headquarters.
I say this every year…Culpeper is a wonderful, caring place to live, but especially during this most unprecedented time. We, as a community, are benevolent to those most in need, especially our elderly, our disabled, our needy children, our homeless, and our working low-income families who w…
The 306-unit Laurel Street neighborhood, which will be located just south of the High Point subdivision, has received the Culpeper Town Council’s stamp of approval.
Marshall Keene is a man of many hats - a sheriff’s office detective, local Republican committee chairman, school board member and owner of SMART Driving School. One more duty was added Monday night when the Culpeper County School Board elected him as its new chairman.
A couple hours after 2020 came to an end, the Culpeper Medical Center welcomed the first locally born baby of the new year.
Chris Brown Sr. was a young child when he was diagnosed with spinocerebellar degeneration – an incurable disease that causes muscle control failure and hinders balance.
“You have to know the basics.”
What else is there to say about last year now that we are a week into 2021? Not much that has not already been said.
Any area residents who attended and would like to share their story, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In any normal year, Kid Central operates as a before- and after-school program for children of working parents. Of course, 2020 was no normal year. When Virginia school buildings closed in March, parents needed somewhere to take their children.
Little Fork gets money for construction
Janice Corbin, Culpeper County Circuit Court’s longtime clerk, has retired with three years remaining on her eight-year term. To fill her seat, the Board of Supervisors is requesting a March 30 special election.
A 17-year-old has been charged on one felony count of second degree murder stemming from a shooting on New Year's Eve in which Trajon Taylor, 19, of Culpeper, died.
- Local rescue team helps blind appaloosa find his way
- Death Ridge Brewery offers cold brews and views
- Russell announces bid for Culpeper mayorship
- Letter: Mid-year grade for Culpeper County schools
- Vaccine demand far outmatches supply
- Long-time volunteer believed in 'God, country, family, fire department'
- Rounding up local officials' reactions to the Capitol riot
- Beard announces bid for clerkship
- 'End of an era': McFalls retires from Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services
- NAACP pays tribute to King’s life and legacy in virtual event
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