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Students return to friends, books, dreaded homework

1stdayschool2_9.8.09.jpg WOODSTOCK -- With one word, summer officially ends -- "homework." Shenandoah County Public Schools became the last Northern Shenandoah Valley school division to open its doors to pupils Tuesday. Attendance numbers will not be available until this morning.

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Police seek interdiction against 'drunks'

WINCHESTER -- City authorities want the "town drunks" to dry up. A judge could help prosecutors do just that.

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R-MA cadet spends internship at Shenandoah National Park

FRONT ROYAL -- Randolph-Macon Academy cadet Sean Knick found an outdoor training classroom almost in his own backyard while interning at the Shenandoah National Park this summer.

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Creek competition

Andrew Kent, 16, left, and Brandon Gilmore, 15, fish along Stony Creek west of Edinburg on a recent summer afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily

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Photo: Slip and glide

Olivia Marshall, 11, of Mt. Jackson, hits a water slide outside her home along Old Valley Pike on a hot summer afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily...

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Officials say Millbank House needs to go

WINCHESTER -- An old home near a wastewater treatment plant in Frederick County needs to go, officials said Monday.

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Dance of the butterflies

A pair of tiger swallowtail butterflies sit at the river's edge near Front Royal.

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Hay-tossing contest closes out Frederick fair

STEPHENSON -- According to Kenny Gentry, getting a hay bale to go the distance comes down to one thing.

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Event lineup at fair expected to spur attendance

FRONT ROYAL -- With a slew of attractions, such as livestock, demolition derbies and a wrestling show on the docket, organizers of the 52nd annual Warren County Fair are confident the event will continue to draw thousands of people despite the recession.

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Hard Times: Area businesses have hope in hard times

STRASBURG -- The golden arches at the town's scenic northern gateway are a little harder to spot these days, tucked away in a gas station-convenience store just off the busy interstate.

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