Alyssa Thorpe, 13, left, and Kristianna Rodriguez, 13, center, look at a radiology display hosted by Biomedical Science Academy students Garrett Estep, 15, a Stonewall Jackson High School student, and Mayia Rodriguez, 16, right, a Central High School student. Central HIgh School hosted the first of three biomedical expos to be held in Shenandoah County schools this week.  Rich Cooley/Daily

Interests sparked at biomedical expo

WOODSTOCK – The Biomedical Sciences Academy class of 2019 held expos at the Shenandoah high schools to showcase why others should join the program.

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Woman sentenced on drug charges

December 7, 2016

WOODSTOCK – A woman who was present at the time another individual overdosed on heroin was sentenced Wednesday in Shenandoah County Circuit Court to nine months in jail on narcotics-related offenses.

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Sports

Scott leads Falcons past Judges

Central's Autumn Shelton puts up a running one-hand shot over Handley's Chloe Putnam during second quarter action Wednesday night in Woodstock.  Rich Cooley/Daily
Central's Autumn Shelton puts up a running one-hand shot over Handley's Chloe Putnam during second quarter action Wednesday night in Woodstock.  Rich Cooley/Daily

December 7, 2016

WOODSTOCK — Central girls basketball coach Bryan Scott challenged his daughter Tamra before Wednesday’s game to get back to one of the basics of her game — rebounding. Tamra Scott delivered.

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Business

Recall issued after Valley Milk probe

December 5, 2016

After a raid by federal authorities last week, the result of a summer investigation into sanitation practices, Valley Milk Products has announced a recall of certain batches of milk powder and buttermilk powder.

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STEM Day at LFCC

Sherando High School students Dakota Citro and Meghan Rese take part in a dental hygiene session exercise during Lord Fairfax Community College's STEM Day on Friday. The college  hosted about 200 high school juniors from around the region for STEM Day - science, technology, engineering and math. 
Students were divided into small groups and visited various parts of the college to learn about opportunities in a variety of occupations, including cyber security, surgical technology, dental hygiene and chemistry. Courtesy photo
Sherando High School students Dakota Citro and Meghan Rese take part in a dental hygiene session exercise during Lord Fairfax Community College's STEM Day on Friday. The college  hosted about 200 high school juniors from around the region for STEM Day - science, technology, engineering and math. 
Students were divided into small groups and visited various parts of the college to learn about opportunities in a variety of occupations, including cyber security, surgical technology, dental hygiene and chemistry. Courtesy photo

December 7, 2016

Sherando High School students Dakota Citro and Meghan Rese take part in a dental hygiene session exercise during Lord Fairfax Community College’s STEM Day on Friday. The college hosted about 200 high school juniors from around the region for STEM Day – science, technology, engineering and math.
Students were divided into small groups and visited various parts of the college to learn about opportunities in a variety of occupations, including cyber security, surgical technology, dental hygiene and chemistry. Courtesy photo

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Michael Barone: The Left Coast

Michael Barone
Michael Barone

December 7, 2016

They’re still counting the votes, going on four weeks after the election, in California. In Brazil, a nation with much more challenging geography, they manage to do it in five hours.

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