Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring speaks to area police administrators during a  Public Safety Tour at Warren County Public Safety Building in Front Royal on Monday afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring speaks to area police administrators during a  Public Safety Tour at Warren County Public Safety Building in Front Royal on Monday afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily

Herring hears from area law officers

March 30th, 2015

FRONT ROYAL — Local law enforcement officials pressed Attorney General Mark Herring on Monday for help in evaluating and transporting prisoners showing signs of mental illness.

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Lexi Golden, 10, of Front Royal, assembles her Lego creation as she and her classmates take to the floor during after school Lego Club at E. Wilson Morrison Elementary School in Front Royal.    Rich Cooley/Daily
Lexi Golden, 10, of Front Royal, assembles her Lego creation as she and her classmates take to the floor during after school Lego Club at E. Wilson Morrison Elementary School in Front Royal.    Rich Cooley/Daily

March 29th, 2015

FRONT ROYAL — Standing in a village of Lego rooms, fifth grade teacher Jill Alicie was unsure of what might happen.

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Warriors’ bats heat up against Eagles

March 30th, 2015

STEPHENS CITY – After struggling against some tough competition in its first two games of the season, Sherando’s softball team saw its bats heat up against Clarke County on a cold, blustery evening on Monday.

Rams rally past Jackets

March 30th, 2015

STRASBURG — Strasburg softball coach Suzanne Mathias prides her team on having versatile players.

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Flats of new spring flowers are displayed at Fort Valley Nursery in Woodstock. Owner Terry Fogle said the nursery carries a "fairly large amount" of plants localized for this area.   Courtesy photo
Flats of new spring flowers are displayed at Fort Valley Nursery in Woodstock. Owner Terry Fogle said the nursery carries a "fairly large amount" of plants localized for this area.   Courtesy photo

March 30th, 2015

April is invasive plants, pets and wildlife diseases education month for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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