Construction workers use a concrete boom truck at the site of Warren County's future middle school off Happy Creek Road in Front Royal on Monday.  Even though the new middle school’s completion is more than a year away, the county has tried to set aside the money needed to staff and operate the facility. Rich Cooley/Daily

Tough Decisions

FRONT ROYAL – Warren County leaders again face tough decisions when they put together the next fiscal budget.

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Raley: Strasburg boys team probe nearing an end

Jeremy Raley
Jeremy Raley

February 8, 2016

The investigation into accusations of physical misconduct on a bus carrying members of the Strasburg High School’s boys’ varsity and JV basketball teams is nearing a conclusion, Shenandoah County Public Schools Superintendent Jeremy Raley said in a message to parents Friday.

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Sports

Hawks fall in final seconds to Colonels

Skyline's Antwan Swain takes the ball down the lane as James Wood's Samuel Hopkins defends during second quarter action Monday night in Front Royal.  Rich Cooley/Daily
Skyline's Antwan Swain takes the ball down the lane as James Wood's Samuel Hopkins defends during second quarter action Monday night in Front Royal.  Rich Cooley/Daily

February 8, 2016

FRONT ROYAL – James Wood boys basketball coach Tim Wygant said he felt a bit lucky his team walked out of Skyline’s gymnasium victorious Monday night. Hawks coach Jeff Monroe likely felt his team was a bit unlucky, as well.

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Business

Business Ledger

February 2, 2016

Stuart L. Myers, of Winchester, has been named the new chief financial officer for Randolph-Macon Academy.

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Lifestyle

Organizations benefit from Black History Month screenings

February 8th, 2016

To celebrate Black History Month, Winchester Film Club 3.0 is working with the Winchester-Frederick-Clarke chapter of the NAACP and the Douglass Alumni Association to bring noteworthy black films to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

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Opinion

Diane Dimond: A higher standard

Diane Dimond
Diane Dimond

February 9, 2016

The law says dangerous or illegal actions have consequences. Countless U.S. citizens enter the justice system every year after authorities determine they physically or emotionally harmed someone, financially cheated another person or exposed people to peril.

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