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*Frederick man will serve prison time for shaking infant

WINCHESTER -- A Frederick County man must serve prison time for shaking and injuring his infant child in 2009.
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*Shifflett gets 44 years in 2009 slaying near Middletown

WINCHESTER -- Robert Wilson Shifflett II, who stabbed a Frederick County man to death in 2009, was sentenced Thursday morning to serve 44 years in prison for the crime.
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*Debbie Reynolds will be grand marshal for the Bloom

WINCHESTER -- Debbie Reynolds will serve as this year's Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival Grand Marshal, event officials announced Wednesday.
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*Strasburg Ramada to offer electric car charging station

STRASBURG -- A local businessman has teamed up with a Florida company to put a charge into the Ramada Inn on the north end of town.
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*Judge's ruling allows Thomson to remain free

HARRISONBURG -- Prominent Winchester defense attorney Paul Hampton Thomson remains a free man. U.S. Magistrate Judge James G. Welsh denied a government motion to revoke Thomson's bond on Monday. He was indicted in January on drug, conspiracy and tampering charges.
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*Barry Sanders named sports marshal for the Bloom

WINCHESTER -- NFL Hall-of-Famer Barry Sanders has been named sports marshal for the 2011 Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.
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*Strasburg woman draws home confinement for letting child drive car

WOODSTOCK -- A Strasburg woman must spend 60 days on home confinement for letting an 11-year-old girl drive her and her 4-year-old son home last year.
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*Athey says he won't stand for re-election to House seat

FRONT ROYAL -- Del. Clifford L. "Clay" Athey Jr. announced today that he will not seek re-election this fall.
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*Front Royal council splits 4-2 in approving Celtic Festival

FRONT ROYAL -- The Front Royal Town Council voted 4-2 Monday night to approve a request from the Front Royal Celtic Festival to allow the event to be held downtown in the commons area by the gazebo.
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*Former TV reporter to serve 4 years in Internet sex case

WINCHESTER -- A former TV reporter must serve four years in a state prison for proposing sex to a minor girl he met through the Internet in 2009.
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*Former Winchester teacher draws additional prison time

WINCHESTER -- A former city teacher who had sex with an underage student could spend more time in jail if found he violated the terms of his probation.
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*Regional jail inmate charged with wounding officers

WINCHESTER -- Authorities have charged a regional jail inmate accused of attacking two officers with a razor blade late Monday night.
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*McDonnell signs bill outlawing synthetic pot, cocaine

Starting now, merchants with products synthesizing marijuana and cocaine are breaking the law. Gov. Bob McDonnell signed into law today a bill banning the possession and sale of synthetic marijuana, as well as so-called "bath salts" that have similar effects as cocaine and amphetamines, according to a news release from Del. Todd Gilbert, R-Woodstock.
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*Two officers injured in assault at regional jail

WINCHESTER -- An inmate at the regional jail hurt two officers during an incident Monday night, according to a press release issued by the facility Wednesday.
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*W.Va. man charged with Winchester stabbing

WINCHESTER -- City police converged on a home Tuesday and arrested a man accused of stabbing another man in the chest early Saturday morning.
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*Judge: No arrest for Thomson ahead of hearing

HARRISONBURG -- Authorities can't arrest embattled attorney Paul H. Thomson, accused of violating bond conditions, until sides can argue their cases at a hearing next week, a judge ruled Tuesday.
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*Fire damages home near Clear Brook

CLEAR BROOK -- Firefighters battled a blaze early Tuesday morning that damaged a home in northern Frederick County.
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*REO Speedwagon, country artists to headline Shenandoah Fair

WOODSTOCK -- The Shenandoah County Fair announced its grandstand entertainment lineup on Friday, with a classic rock band and a mix of country artists on tap for 2011.
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*Two new charges pending against Winchester attorney

HARRISONBURG -- Former Winchester Commonwealth's Attorney Paul Hampton Thomson faces two more counts in U.S. District Court, bringing to eight the number of counts against him.
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*Lawsuit seeks $950,000 in 2009 crash

WINCHESTER -- A Frederick County man involved in a 2009 crash that left a 21-year-old woman dead has filed a $950,000 lawsuit against her estate.

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