Chris and Terry Richards are captured in silhouette under the shelter at the Shenandoah Valley Flea Market north of New Market recently.  Rich Cooley/Daily

In silhouette

Chris and Terry Richards are captured in silhouette under the shelter at the Shenandoah Valley Flea Market north of New Market recently. Rich Cooley/Daily

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One To Remember

Warren County senior Autumn Troxell, The Northern Virginia Daily's 2014-15 Female Athlete of the Year, ended a stellar career as a three-sport standout for the Wildcats. She'll play volleyball and basketball next season at Randolph College.   Rich Cooley/Daily file
Warren County senior Autumn Troxell, The Northern Virginia Daily's 2014-15 Female Athlete of the Year, ended a stellar career as a three-sport standout for the Wildcats. She'll play volleyball and basketball next season at Randolph College.   Rich Cooley/Daily file

June 29, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – Autumn Troxell made sure her senior year was one to remember.

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AmeriCorps team working in region

AmeriCorps NCCC River 1 team member Jenna Jesson adds debris to a pile that has been removed from a stream behind the property of Social Graces Ballroom Dance Studio at 636 E. Main St. in Berryville. Hilary Legge/Daily
AmeriCorps NCCC River 1 team member Jenna Jesson adds debris to a pile that has been removed from a stream behind the property of Social Graces Ballroom Dance Studio at 636 E. Main St. in Berryville. Hilary Legge/Daily

June 29, 2015

BERRYVILLE – An AmeriCorps team with the National Civilian Community Corps is spending six weeks in the Shenandoah Valley to

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Mark Shields: Politics, religion: An uneasy coexistence

Mark Shields
Mark Shields

June 29, 2015

Regular readers may remember the “Shields rule,” about the tension between organized religion and politics. It goes like this: With but one exception, ministers, priests, rabbis and imams — men and women of the cloth — should stay out of all partisan American politics. The one exception, of course, is any major political fight in which the minister, priest, rabbi or imam courageously dares to support my candidate or to join my side.

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