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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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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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Jessica Wiant: Dessert with dad a special memory

He'd order coffee, and I'd get milk. We'd both go all-in and order Hot Fudge Cake. comments
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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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Woman living dream as jewelry designer

Diane Rasmussen assembles one of her Zen creations FRONT ROYAL-- To Diane Rasmussen, every woman has a goddess within her. Rasmussen is the designer behind D-Vine Creations, which features jewelry made of semi-precious stones and metals. comments
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Home ed.: Library to host homeschool showcase

Members of the Groves family As homeschool graduates, Israel and Anna Groves will lend a unique perspective to the second annual Homeschool Showcase on Saturday at Bowman Library in Stephens City. comments
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Children's book authors to visit local libraries

Books by authors Erica Perl and Cece Bell WINCHESTER -- As part of the winter reading program at Handley Regional Library, two children's authors will visit this month to read and sign their books and interact with children. comments
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Minding their manners: Club that teaches young people etiquette hopes to expand

Anna and Caleb Halbersma demonstrate WOODSTOCK - With a brotherly love that can only be rivaled by a few others, Caleb Halbersma, dressed handsomely in a suit, escorts his equally fashionable little sister to her seat and then later dances with her in the living room of their Stephens City house. comments
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Prescription abuse focus of pageant winner's platform

Miss Shenandoah County Fair, Rebecca Gogue When Rebecca Gogue decided to compete in the Shenandoah County Fair Scholarship Pageant last year, little did she know she not only would win that competition, but would also go on to take the state crown. comments

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