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Proposed museum at Jim Barnett still up in air

Nathan Webb shows Phil Hunter the scale model WINCHESTER -- Debate on the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum's proposed facility at Jim Barnett Park continued Monday night with a presentation from architects on its design. comments
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Camp goes high-tech

Donna Eagle holds a Lego robotic creation MIDDLETOWN -- Children and teens who wish to be more involved with the video games and movies they love will have the opportunity to get behind the scenes at the premiere Digital Arts Camp at Lord Fairfax Community College. comments
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Trails day a free, educational event for hikers of all skill levels

Chris Miller and Drew Albright hike The Potomac Appalachian Trail Club and Shenandoah National Park are inviting people to go "Beyond the Trailhead" on June 5 as part of National Trails Day. comments
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'Under the stars'

Vehicles line up STEPHENS CITY -- For everything that makes the Family Drive-In Theatre such a nostalgic hit, the premise seems so modern-day couch potato. comments
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Music festivals: Cue the music

Cherryholmes The Shenandoah Valley Music Festival has long been synonymous with summertime in the valley, bringing great music to the area and offering an enchanting outdoor venue in Orkney Springs. comments
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Summer camps: Something for everyone

Douglas Malick puckers up with the farm's 3-year-old camel Camps have long been ingrained in children's summer vacations, offering memories of fun in the sun, the chance for children to enjoy their independence and friendships that last a lifetime. comments
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Eagle Scout project will honor WWII soldiers

Boy Scout Sammy Hutchins and Ed Elvira select pink and red knockout roses WINCHESTER-- Always being prepared is a quality prized by Boy Scouts around the country, but it takes something else to run with a plan when it leaves you completely unprepared for what will come next. comments
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Honoring Matt: Son lost to colon cancer remembered for things he loved

mattmiller1.jpg WINCHESTER -- Most mothers don't lose their sons so soon. Mark and Sheri Miller's only child succumbed to a battle with colorectal cancer in his parents' home on Aug. 16, 2009. Last month he would have turned 29. It was a painful process. comments
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Navigating the way

Noell helps Hoppe and Saul FRONT ROYAL - The saying "getting old ain't for sissies" can take on a whole new meaning when it comes time for seniors to learn how to use a computer and the Internet. comments
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Rockin on the river: Festival to raise money for cleanup of Shenandoah

Music promoter Joe Herbert strums his guitar STRASBURG -- Like many big ideas, the concept for the Shenandoah Riverside Festival came about fairly easily. comments

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