Greg Nash scoops the snow off the sidewalk along East King Street in Strasburg on Thursday. Rich Cooley/Daily
Greg Nash scoops the snow off the sidewalk along East King Street in Strasburg on Thursday. Rich Cooley/Daily

A winter blanket

March 5th, 2015

In like a lion, March has brought the Northern Shenandoah Valley a winter storm expected to accumulate 4 to 8 inches, the National Weather Service said today.

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Public schools closed again

March 5th, 2015

Public schools in Shenandoah, Warren and Frederick and Clarke counties are closed Friday due to the weather.

Area man sentenced for causing bodily injury

Reese Varney
Reese Varney

March 5th, 2015

WOODSTOCK — A man sentenced Wednesday to 10 months in the Rappahannock Shenandoah Warren Regional Jail sobbed and begged the judge to allow him to serve time in a mental health hospital instead of the jail.

School Board proposes plan for preschool classrooms

March 5th, 2015

WOODSTOCK — However possible, Shenandoah County Public Schools plan to add two new preschool classrooms this fall. Despite a decrease in state funding for the classrooms through the Virginia Preschool Initiative, schools could make this effort possible with less overall funding from the county.

Encouraging creativity

Emily Alexander, right, and Courtney Hodges, both 16 and in the 11th grade at Strasburg High School, demonstrate how to build boron trihydride molecules using the school's computer software at Tuesday evening's STEM Share Fair at Signal Knob Middle School in Strasburg.  Josette Keelor/Daily
Emily Alexander, right, and Courtney Hodges, both 16 and in the 11th grade at Strasburg High School, demonstrate how to build boron trihydride molecules using the school's computer software at Tuesday evening's STEM Share Fair at Signal Knob Middle School in Strasburg.  Josette Keelor/Daily

March 5th, 2015

STRASBURG – Part of teaching is about challenging students to discover what they never thought possible. It’s also about playing to students’ strengths and interests so they want to keep on learning.

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Running smooth

Bill and Freda Palmer work in their auto repair shop in Strasburg recently.  Palmer's Garage, which opened 35 years ago,  will close on March 31 and will be opened the next day under new ownership. Rich Cooley/Daily
Bill and Freda Palmer work in their auto repair shop in Strasburg recently.  Palmer's Garage, which opened 35 years ago,  will close on March 31 and will be opened the next day under new ownership. Rich Cooley/Daily

February 27th, 2015

STRASBURG—Bill Palmer has been working on cars for as long as he can remember.

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JMU roundup: Curry, Dalembert among CAA honorees

March 5th, 2015

RICHMOND — A pair of James Madison University men’s basketball players were honored among the league’s elite Thursday night as junior guard Ron Curry and sophomore forward Yohanny Dalembert were named to All-Colonial Athletic Association teams for the first time in their respective careers in a vote by the conference’s head coaches and media relations directors, as well as members of the media.

One win away

Strasburg's Ryan Smoot makes a move to the basket during a Jan. 30 home game against George Mason. The Rams face Prince Edward County tonight in the Group 2A East semifinals with a trip to next week's state tournament on the line. Game time is 7 p.m. at Orange County High School in Orange..  Rich Cooley/Daily
Strasburg's Ryan Smoot makes a move to the basket during a Jan. 30 home game against George Mason. The Rams face Prince Edward County tonight in the Group 2A East semifinals with a trip to next week's state tournament on the line. Game time is 7 p.m. at Orange County High School in Orange..  Rich Cooley/Daily

March 4th, 2015

RASBURG — With Strasburg’s players awake on their bus ride home Tuesday night, Rams boys basketball coach Matt Hiserman took the time to give his players a little something to talk about.

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College news

March 5th, 2015

Three residents of Cross Junction have been named to the dean’s list at Radford University for the fall semester. They are Amanda Laverne Buchanan, a freshman marketing major; Erica Renee Buchanan, a senior nutrition and dietetics major; and Madison E. Lewis, a junior interdisciplinary studies major.

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