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Cornell_Ryan.jpgRyan Cornell is a reporter for the Northern Virginia Daily. He reports on breaking news, agriculture, business and transportation issues.
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Five ways to prepare your yard for the winter

Winter is coming. And despite the havoc wreaked by snowstorms of recent years, there's no need to panic over a vulnerable lawn or garden.
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Police, athletes compete in charity event

WINCHESTER -- Take the Olympics' track and field events, add a pinch of "The Amazing Race" and throw in a heaping helpful of sweat and muscle -- the result would look more or less like the Golden Seal Charity Challenge
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Festival celebrates New Market's past

NEW MARKET -- Clyde Jenkins takes a strip of white oak wood and feeds it through the bottom of the basket in his hands.
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Jail to add cameras, intercoms

FRONT ROYAL -- The Rappahannock, Shenandoah and Warren Regional Jail Authority hopes to beef up security by adding cameras and intercom stations to areas currently lacking them.
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Weekend delivers scares, fairs in region

There are two types of people in this world: those practically addicted to horror movies and others who avoid them at all costs. If you belong to the former category, this weekend's for you.
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Regional jail board names new RSW chief

FRONT ROYAL -- The Rappahannock, Shenandoah and Warren Regional Jail Authority Thursday named William T. Wilson as its next superintendent.
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Celebrating Oktoberfest Strasburg-style

As a town that was settled by Germans, it's natürlich that Strasburg would celebrate Oktoberfest.
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Town rolls out 20th annual arts and crafts show

The New Market Area Chamber of Commerce will host its 20th annual Heritage Days Festival this weekend.
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Renovations done in time for holidays

The renovations of the Beth El Congregation synagogue in Winchester are wrapping up just in time for the Jewish holiday season.
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Barbecue joins the scene

STRASBURG -- The early bird gets the worm, or in this case, pulls the pork.
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Local museums to offer free admission

A number of local museums will offer free admission this Saturday as part of Smithsonian Magazine's 10th annual Museum Day Live event.
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Strasburg battle significant in war

FISHER'S HILL -- The rolling hills and tree-dotted slopes of the Fisher's Hill battlefield stand precisely as they did 150 years ago, according to Richard Kleese.
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Taste of the Town, a recipe for success

FRONT ROYAL -- If the long lines stretching across Main Street were any indication Friday night, Downtown Front Royal's Taste of the Town was a resounding success.
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Lively Farrah seeks active family

WINCHESTER -- Farrah is one of those canines who always sees the dog bowl as half-full.
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Theater season kicks off

As plenty of Zits comic strips and MTV shows have demonstrated, teenage life is complicated.
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Battlefield events to lead off weekend

The Third Battle of Winchester, the largest and arguably most important battle fought in the Shenandoah Valley, returns to the town 150 years later in the form of Civil War reenactors, memorial ceremonies and educational tours and lectures this weekend.
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Eateries to offer food tastings

An event in Downtown Front Royal this weekend will offer a little bite of everything.
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Fall is the reason for pumpkin spice season

NEW MARKET -- For a great-tasting pumpkin latte, look no further than the Jackson Corner Cafe.
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Public hearing set for new parking ordinance

Middletown Town Council will hold a public hearing on a new parking ordinance next month.
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Foundation hopes for easement from New Market leaders

NEW MARKET -- The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation is hoping to preserve more hallowed ground with the addition of two properties totaling about 260 acres.
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Passport to coffee

FRONT ROYAL -- Coffee isn't only for closers anymore.
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Displaying passion

STRASBURG -- As an author, Glenna Loving is familiar with bringing her characters to life.
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Civil War Movie Weekend to support Cedar Creek

A special event in Stephens City this weekend is bringing the Civil War to the silver screen.
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Cool cars, fine wine

Middletown will close a portion of U.S. 11 this Saturday for its fourth annual car and truck show.
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Multicultural weekend set to provide many diverse offerings

Two festivals tomorrow will give visitors an international exposure to German and Latino cultures, while another event farther east will educate guests on wine culture.
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Edinburg fest to return with crowd favorites

When the Edinburg Ole Time Festival was voted best annual festival in Shenandoah County by readers last year, it came as no shock to festival organizers, including Gloria Boone.
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Mount Jackson seeks to quiet noisy trucks

MOUNT JACKSON -- Mayor Bucky Miller compares the noise to the firing of a machine gun.
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Groundbreaking scheduled for baseball field project

MIDDLETOWN -- Work will begin on the town park's new baseball fields later this month.
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An Apple a Day

NEW MARKET -- Apple season has once again returned.
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Stephens City names new assistant town manager

Michael Majher can trim an hour off his commute when he starts his new job this month.
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Toms Brook may get Dollar General

Toms Brook could get its own Dollar General store.
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Tree trimming angers council

STEPHENS CITY -- Town Council is firing back after workers from Shentel butchered the town's trees along Main Street, according to council members.
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Tailgate party, Civil War events highlight weekend

Usher in the return of football season with a visit to Winchester's Downtown Tailgate party, or head over to Edinburg for a pool party with Fido -- being bored this weekend shouldn't even be an option.
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Air show to feature P-51D fighter plane

The seventh annual Virginia Air Show returns to the Front Royal-Warren County Airport on Saturday, and will offer a "once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity for certain car owners, according to event organizers.
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Film fest makes triumphant return

After the resounding success of last year's inaugural Skyline Indie Film Fest, organizers were left with the task of replicating that success and meeting heightened expectations.
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Mayor-a-thon near start line

Lace up those Asics and start pounding the pavement, because Mount Jackson's first ever Mayor-a-thon is coming up quickly.
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Ward off deer with homemade methods

As the population of our white-tailed neighbors continues to rise, some homeowners may have noticed damage to their gardens and bite-sized chomps taken out of their flowers and tomatoes.
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Sidewalk to line Main Street around shopping center

Mount Jackson is moving forward on a project that would add new sidewalks to the northern and southern ends of town.
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PROGRESS 2014: Schools take giant leap forward in technology

Gone are the days when a stick of chalk, a board of slate and a stack of textbooks ruled the classroom.
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PROGRESS 2014: Businesses view 2014 with optimism

Businesses in the northern Shenandoah Valley reflected the steady rates of growth experienced in the rest of the country over the past year, and in some cases, did better.










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