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Group effort: Library meeting helps novices with family history search

Kristin Noell displays an 1880s census document FRONT ROYAL -- Ever since she was a teenager, Juanita Atwood longed to embark on a seemingly endless scavenger hunt in search of new and revealing facts about her family history. comments
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Free summer camp offered to area youth

WINCHESTER -- Summer camp often brings up thoughts of fishing, swimming and friendly competition. comments
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Fresh Outlook: Youths give time to fix up woman's home as part of weeklong program

Lauren Wilson rolls paint FRONT ROYAL - Mildred Giles says the youths who are sprucing up her home as part of the Impact the Valley program are a gift from God. comments
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Start them early: Dentists advise visiting sooner

Laura Barker holds her 2-year-old son WINCHESTER -- How early is too early for a child's first trip to the dentist? Up until recently, dentists recommended parents have their child make their first visit at age 4 or 5. comments
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Museum vote may come on Tuesday

WINCHESTER -- A final vote by City Council on the fate of the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum could come Tuesday. comments
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Pool rules: Lifeguards stress safety so swimmers can have fun

lifeguard1.jpg The hotter the weather turns the more area residents will think of hurrying to local pools to cool off and enjoy the summer. Pools can be a source of fun and relaxation, and the best way to ensure that happens is by knowing the rules at each facility. comments
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'Oklahoma!': University's second summer musical has important past

Susan McCormack-Pike swings a pistol WINCHESTER -- The musical "Oklahoma!" is one of those productions that never gets old, certainly never dies and always promises that the audience members will leave humming a few of its memorable tunes, from "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" to the title song, "Oklahoma!" comments
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Hiking programs planned at SNP

FRONT ROYAL -- Shenandoah National Park officials will host two family-oriented hiking programs this summer, starting with one session that is set to begin on Saturday. comments
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Local midwives offer alternative to hospital birth

Midwives Desiree Cripps and Aimee Fairman WOODSTOCK -- Aimee Fairman and Desiree Cripps say there is nothing like a home birth, and they should know. comments
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Casual Fridays: New farmers market offers local food, community atmosphere

casual1.jpg STRASBURG -- A small but lively group of local farmers -- most of them women -- has been gathering in the parking lot of Cristina's Cafe for the past several Friday evenings. They are there primarily to offer fresh, local produce and other goods, but also to possibly start something bigger. comments

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