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Winning lottery numbers

These numbers were drawn Saturday in the following lotteries: West Virginia Daily 3: 1-7-9 Daily 4: 1-8-9-5 Hot Lotto: 9-12-16-25-29 Hot Ball: 9 Washington, D.C. D.C. Three: 2-8-1 D.C. Four: 2-3-2-6 D.C. 5: 1-5-9-2-9 Midday D.C. Three: 2-5-5 Midday D.C. Four: 9-3-4-4 Midday D.C. 5: 7-5-0-7-6 Virginia Pick 3: 6-7-2 Pick 4: 0-1-1-9 Cash 5: 12-18-26-27-33 Win for Life: 2-8-9-17-27-37 Free Ball: 29 Powerball: 2-11-27-47-55 Powerball: 15 Midday Pick 3: 8-7-1 Midday Pick 4: 9-2-4-9 Midday Cash 5: 4-13-15-24-30 These numbers were drawn Sunday in the following lotteries: Washington, D.C. D.C. Three: 7-0-8 D.C. Four: 0-2-9-1 D.C. 5: 9-8-2-7-4 Midday D.C. Three: 3-0-5 Midday D.C. Four: 6-4-8-2 Midday D.C. 5: 2-6-7-9-5 Virginia Pick 3: 5-4-1 Pick 4: 3-9-4-0 Cash 5: 17-18-20-21-26 Midday Pick 3: 9-5-7 Midday Pick 4: 8-8-2-8 Midday Cash 5: 4-8-9-23-27 -- AP... comments
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Winning lottery numbers

These numbers were drawn Friday in the following lotteries. West Virginia Daily 3: 7-8-7 Daily 4: 3-0-1-1 Cash 25: 1-5-9-10-13-22 Virginia Pick 3: 4-9-8 Pick 4: 4-1-9-2 Cash 5: 2-3-16-32-34 Mega Millions: 6-18-26-37-41 Mega Ball: 9 Midday Pick 3: 9-0-0 Midday Pick 4: 9-7-8-3 Midday Cash 5: 15-21-22-24-31 Washington, D.C. Lucky Numbers: 7-4-1 D.C. Four: 9-1-5-5 D.C. 5: 9-6-6-5-6 Midday Lucky Numbers: 3-9-2 Midday D.C. Four: 1-3-1-4 Midday D.C. Five: 3-2-0-4-5 -- AP... comments
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Winning lottery numbers

These numbers were drawn Thursday: Virginia Pick 3: 1-2-7 Pick 4: 4-2-7-7 Cash 5: 5-9-13-19-25 Decades: 10-12-18-21-34-37 Midday Pick 3: 4-4-5 Midday Pick 4: 8-7-9-3 Midday Cash 5: 3-15-17-26-32 Washington, D.C. Lucky Numbers: 9-4-3 D.C. Four: 0-5-2-5 D.C. 5: 7-9-6-3-1 Midday Lucky Numbers: 6-4-7 Midday D.C. Four: 9-4-3-0 Midday D.C. 5: 8-3-7-9-8 West Virginia Daily 3: 1-6-5 Daily 4: 5-9-4-8 Cash 25: 4-5-8-14-19-22 -- AP... comments
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Winning lottery numbers

These numbers were drawn Saturday in the following lotteries: West Virginia Daily 3: 3-2-1 Daily 4: 8-7-7-0 Hot Lotto: 1-17-28-32-36 Hot Ball: 19 Washington, D.C. D.C. Three: 9-4-8 D.C. Four: 7-7-0-3 D.C. 5: 3-3-6-4-9 Midday D.C. Three: 7-4-8 Midday D.C. Four: 4-1-6-1 Midday D.C. 5: 1-0-6-9-0 Virginia Pick 3: 9-6-0 Pick 4: 3-6-3-1 Cash 5: 11-16-17-27-32 Win for Life: 5-16-17-23-27-39 Free Ball: 12 Powerball: 6-13-15-32-41 Powerball: 3 Midday Pick 3: 9-1-7 Midday Pick 4: 3-4-3-5 Midday Cash 5: 2-14-21-22-34 These numbers were drawn Sunday in the following lotteries: Washington, D.C. D.C. Three: 8-3-7 D.C. Four: 6-7-1-5 D.C. 5: 6-9-3-6-6 Midday D.C. Three: 7-3-4 Midday D.C. Four: 3-6-3-8 Midday D.C. 5: 9-8-7-4-4 Virginia Pick 3: 0-5-4 Pick 4: 6-5-0-8 Cash 5: 8-18-23-31-32 Midday Pick 3: 4-3-0 Midday Pick 4: 4-9-1-8 Midday Cash 5: 10-11-18-21-22 -- AP... comments
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Winning lottery numbers

These numbers were drawn Saturday in the following lotteries: West Virginia Daily 3: 1-8-1 Daily 4: 6-5-3-8 Hot Lotto: 4-12-21-26-39 Hot Ball: 19 Washington, D.C. D.C. Three: 3-3-6 D.C. Four: 1-4-5-9 D.C. 5: 4-4-6-7-6 Midday D.C. Three: 9-7-0 Midday D.C. Four: 2-9-6-1 Midday D.C. 5: 4-1-7-4-5 Virginia Pick 3: 2-0-2 Pick 4: 3-5-3-3 Cash 5: 13-16-20-22-30 Win for Life: 6-8-13-15-20-35 Free Ball: 10 Powerball: 21-33-44-45-55 Powerball: 7 Midday Pick 3: 9-8-5 Midday Pick 4: 6-2-2-0 Midday Cash 5: 6-13-17-19-23 These numbers were drawn Sunday in the following lotteries: Washington, D.C. D.C. Three: 6-9-8 D.C. Four: 6-4-6-5 D.C. 5: 5-2-2-5-7 Midday D.C. Three: 1-4-7 Midday D.C. Four: 5-4-5-5 Midday D.C. 5: 1-0-7-1-1 Virginia Pick 3: 0-0-9 Pick 4: 4-3-7-9 Cash 5: 3-7-8-12-32 Midday Pick 3: 0-1-2 Midday Pick 4: 4-2-9-1 Midday Cash 5: 5-26-28-31-32 -- AP... comments
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How to have a successful marriage: Words of wisdom from area religious leaders

bridal notes By Jessica Wiant - jwiant@nvdaily.com Couples have lots to think about when planning a wedding: the cake, flowers, bridal party, dress, hairdo, guest list and more. Across denominations, local religious leaders stress that couples need to think not just about the wedding but also the marriage. "It's what I will tell anybody, anywhere," St. Paul Lutheran Church interim pastor Russ Siler says: Get in touch with your church or pastor at the very beginning of the planning process. In most cases, engaged couples will have their wedding ceremony officiated by a pastor or other religious figure. These leaders also often provide some type of pre-marital counseling, ranging anywhere from a conversation before the ceremony to a series of sessions or a weekend retreat with other couples. Siler says it's important to start that process before even setting a date or announcing an engagement to the rest of the world. It's up to each couple whether to go through with marriage, he says, but he usually encourages them in three to six sessions to examine themselves and ask the right questions to determine if marriage is right for them. Some of the things he'll go over are the shared interests and... comments
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Lovely Luray

Skyline Drive By Josette Keelor - jkeelor@nvdaily.com LURAY - Recent news that Luray came in second only to Jackson Hole, Wyo., in TLC's list of "Ten Beautiful Destination Wedding Locales" is not surprising to those who live and work in the community. In fact, local wedding experts say Luray offers a lot for couples looking for a scenic retreat for their special day. "I think it really appeals to all kinds of brides," said Pamela M. Flasch, director of communications and tourism marketing for the Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center. "We knew how popular it is, but we didn't know that someone like TLC [was interested.]" The television network, part of Discovery Communications LLC, lists Luray among the likes of Kauai, Hawaii; Puerto Rico and Niagara Falls, N.Y., on its website http://tlc.howstuffworks.com/weddings. "It really has become quite popular because it is so close to D.C.," Flasch said of Luray. More than being convenient to sightseeing and shopping, however, the area draws in visitors because of its scenery and laid-back atmosphere. "Natural beauty, the national park opportunity and the national forest" are what John Shaffer, director of public relations at Luray Caverns, lists as part of the region's drawing power.... comments
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An Ornamental Tradition

Kuntzler ornament CROSS JUNCTION -- Hundreds of small, square boxes are stacked on shelves in a storage room at Timber Ridge School. More boxes sit on a shelf in Troy Newbraugh's office at the school. comments
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Down to the Village

Cecilaine and Steve Hecker's Christmas village WOODSTOCK -- Cecilaine and Steve Hecker have quite a story or two to tell every holiday season. Their Christmas stories are not what others might expect; they often change from year to year and they are not family stories. comments
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Neighborhood Notes: Front Royal

1warrenclassof1960.jpg Front Royal Warren class of '60 Attending the reunion of the Warren County High School class of 1960 on Sept. 25 at the North Warren Fire Hall were, left to right, first row: Gloria Brown Fox, Sue Miller Gill, Cassie Williams Johnson, Mrs. Patricia McManus (teacher) Barbara Stone-burner Pifer, Jean Thompson Mills and JoAnn Sells Twitty. Second row: Dal Kersey, Bill Hevener, Tom Noland, Eugene Salmons, Gene Hall and Junior Andrews. Third row: Johnny Dofflemeyer, Greg Casarotti, C.M. Fox Jr. and Alan Johnson. Warren class of '55 Attending the reunion of the Warren County High School class of 1955 on Sept. 25 at the home of Larry LeHew were, left to right, first row: Sam Duncan, Larry LaHew, Carol Hammack Poulson, Adele Winsboro Hatcher, Donna Eaton Clatterbuck, Doris Stogdale Clark and William Gilliam. Second row: Henry Fix, Keithern Henry, William Murphy, Joanna Marlow Driggs, Carol Brown Barrett and Jacque Reed Bowman. Third row: Cora Lou Armentrout Richards, Patricia Ebaugh Werner, Sue Mathews Wright and Doug Jones. Fourth row: Joyce Sutton Kaufman, Delores Thompson, Richard Rowland, Don Bowman and Anna Johnson Raether. Fifth row: Lynwood Athey, Ken Grove and Bill Hall. Sixth row: Billy Cornwell, Landon Fadely, Larry Pettit, David Toothman,... comments

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