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STEPHENS CITY -- A remedial math and reading program at Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy is only five days old but has already sparked the enthusiasm of new test takers. comments

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FRONT ROYAL -- On one of those perfect high-school fall Friday nights, Skyline (3-1) did whatever it wanted in the first half, then coasted with back-ups the rest of the way to rout rival Manassas Park 34-7 in non-district football action. comments

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PENN LAIRD -- For the second straight year the Central and Spotswood football game came down to the wire. comments

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University's football team suffered a letdown in its home opener last weekend, and the Hornets will be looking to get back on track tonight against visiting Ferrum. comments

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FRONT ROYAL -- In Justin Birckbichler's fourth grade class at Hilda J. Barbour Elementary School, the fun of learning has taken on another meaning. comments


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Maj. Gen Maury Forsyth, president of Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal, has resigned. comments

The last of a group of defendants facing charges stemming from a melee on Coal Mine Road on Sept. 5 had a $5,000 secured bond set Friday in Shenandoah County General District Court. comments

Front Royal leaders celebrate the official opening of a town trail Monday. comments

FRONT ROYAL - Cleanup of the Avtex Fibers Superfund Site couldn't happen without government oversight. comments

Despite setbacks, a local group still plans to turn a Strasburg home into a center for military veterans. comments

Winchester police are searching for an armed robber who fled from the United Bank on Valley Avenue just before 1 p.m. comments

Shenandoah County received a $4,760 grant from the Virginia Tourism Corporation Marketing Leverage Program to put toward a new marketing initiative. comments

The eighth of nine defendants in a marijuana distribution and money-laundering ring that extended from Shenandoah County to south Texas has pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court. comments

Frederick County residents will have the opportunity to learn about Virginia's number one industry Saturday. comments

A new Virginia program will encourage farmers to implement best management practices in order to document ways in which water quality is improving throughout the state. comments


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