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Exhibit showcases work of one student from each state

Eleven-year-old Fabian created a self-portrait WINCHESTER -- A temporary exhibit at the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum on Winchester's walking mall is making the walls there a lot brighter. comments
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Baby blues: Stress, hormones can lead to postpartum depression

Pam Campbell and her daughter read Pam Campbell knew it was coming. When she became pregnant with her second child, she was prepared for the hormones that come with all pregnancies to affect her differently. She knew this because it happened with her first pregnancy, and she would not let it happen again. comments
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Paint it pink: Edinburg boutique supports breast cancer awareness

Fran Romeo leans on a rack EDINBURG -- Fran Romeo founded her boutique on the hope of a better economy -- and she's planning for the future in hopes of better weather. comments
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Bowman Library plans Groundhog Day party for families

Groundhog puppet Bowman Bill STEPHENS CITY -- Northern Shenandoah Valley residents don't have to travel all the way to Pennsylvania to find out if Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow this year. Instead, they can go to Bowman Library in Stephens City on Feb. 3 to see what groundhog Bowman Bill has to say. comments
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Legos and learning combine for Old West-themed event

Handley Regional Library is offering a program on Feb. 15 that will teach children about the Old West while they learn to build things at the same time. comments
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Nude photos sent on phones coming back to haunt students

The teenage years can be a tumultuous period of wanting to fit in, living in the moment and behaving impulsively. Add technology to that heady mix and the repercussions of bad decisions can haunt a young person far longer than ever before. comments
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Fresh on wheels: Holy Cow Delivery brings homegrown goods to the door

Samantha Stern pours some half-and-half LEBANON CHURCH -- While most families look forward to a relaxing weekend by the time Saturday rolls around, Tim and Samantha Stern spend their Saturdays rising early to load up a van and spend the day winding through the Shenandoah Valley, delivering milk and homegrown food right to people's doorsteps. comments
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Local programs take on 2010 fitness resolutions

Michael Mitchell oversees Bethanne Nolan FRONT ROYAL - Bethanne Nolan is making it a priority to become more physically fit and drop a few pounds in 2010. comments
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It's my party: Valley has plenty of birthday celebration options

Maggie Wise, Elise Smith and Julie Brink sing WINCHESTER - Glitter and giggles marked Elise Smith's 10th birthday. The Winchester girl had her first friend party Sunday at You're A Star! & You're A Star, Too! in Apple Blossom Mall. comments
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Private music instructor picks up pieces from public school cuts

Mikayla Caruso receives voice lessons FRONT ROYAL - As public schools have faced crushing budget cuts this past year and arts programs funding is reduced, many young pupils can find an alternative in private music instruction. comments

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