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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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Music festivals fill Labor Day weekend

Wind down the summer this weekend with a choice of country, bluegrass or even Beatles music.
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Shenandoah County Fair: Veterans honored

WOODSTOCK -- Tony Pestilli hasn't forgotten the promise he made 46 years ago.
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Shenandoah County Fair: In demand: Barbecue stand returns to fair

WOODSTOCK -- One barbecue food vendor at the fair is back by popular demand.
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New Market to host doggie pool party

Perhaps the only thing that smells better than a wet dog...is an entire swimming pool filled with them.
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Shenandoah County Fair: Love of demolition derby spans generations

WOODSTOCK -- For Rusty Lineweaver and his father, Marshall, participating in the Shenandoah County Fair's demolition derby is a family tradition.
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Drink This: Snakebite

MIDDLETOWN -- When it comes to imbibing, drink as the Irish drink.
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Freshening up for the fair

WOODSTOCK -- Beanie Guthrie slides a pair of electric clippers up one side of her goat.
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Rare Alms House print found

WOODSTOCK -- A recent discovery has lifted the spirits of those in the Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter.
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Museum to host tasting, cooking event

A free event this weekend will feature food tastings, cooking demonstrations and educational lectures.
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Fort Valley to reopen country store

For decades it was where the residents of Fort Valley purchased their groceries, their gasoline, their cigarettes and beer.
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Best in class: Kids submit entries to fair

STRASBURG -- Each August, the Shenandoah County Fair receives hundreds of entries for judging, ranging from baked goods and vegetables to craft projects and photography.
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Pulling out all the stops

At an age when most teens are learning how to hold the steering wheel, Guy Gochenour was hauling thousands of pounds on his tractor.
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Designer encourages sustainable landscaping

How many monarch butterflies have you seen this summer?
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Town announces enhancement grant recipients

NEW MARKET -- A total of $5,000 has been allocated through facade enhancement grants to beautify the town's historic district.
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Golf tournament funds scholarships for students

They're teeing off for a good cause.
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Music fest to host Oak Ridge Boys

Richard Sterban, bass singer of The Oak Ridge Boys, has seen firsthand how music can heal.
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Town residents rally behind petition to save house

A petition signed by "at least 95 percent" of Toms Brook's residents aims to prevent the historic yellow house on Main Street from being demolished.
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Frederick County to expand sewer, water service around Middletown

The Frederick County Board of Supervisors has approved expanding two of its sewage and water service areas to locations outside of Middletown.
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Lineup announced for Lost Weekend film event

WINCHESTER -- Calling all movie marathon buffs and binge watchers, now is your chance to show your stripes.
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Homeowners blast duplex plan

EDINBURG -- Residents of the Edinburg Square subdivision spoke out against the proposed Phase II plans at the town's public hearing on Tuesday.
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Mount Jackson to demolish tennis courts

The tennis courts at the Mount Jackson Lions Club Park are set to be demolished by this fall.
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Restoration of former Civil Cricket underway

MIDDLETOWN -- A historic building stretching back to the 18th century, and most recently housing the Civil Cricket cafe, is being brought back to life.
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Mayors start off day with diverse breakfasts

It's the one thing most nutritionists can agree on.
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Drink this: Flaming Dr Pepper

BASYE -- It's so deceptively smooth, it comes with its own two-drink maximum.
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Town welcomes new administrator

TOMS BROOK -- There's a new face on town staff.
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Pan mining exhibit comes to fair

FRONT ROYAL -- They're partying like it's 1849.
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Town to extend water line, obtain new easement

The Town of New Market is moving closer to extending one of its water lines for the Clark Street water loop project.
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Former farmers market owner speaks out against town code

MOUNT JACKSON -- One local business owner says Mount Jackson's town code favors vendors from out of town.
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Plans revived for Family Dollar

MOUNT JACKSON -- Don't give up on the Family Dollar just yet.
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Town to discuss increasing speeding fines

STEPHENS CITY -- Town Council is considering harsher speeding fines for one of its main roads.
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Pie on a stick debuts at Warren County Fair

FRONT ROYAL -- To some, she's known as Doris Drury. To others, namely the hungry crowds that pack the Warren County Fairgrounds each August, she goes by "the iced tea lady."
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Fair's grand champion hog weighs in at 283 pounds

FRONT ROYAL -- Jordan Taylor celebrated a momentous birthday on Tuesday.
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Drink This: Startini

FRONT ROYAL -- It tastes like licorice, looks like grapefruit juice and refreshes like lemonade.
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Hurricane-proof your home with these steps

As Virginia's hurricane season reaches its peak this month, authorities encourage homeowners to prepare by creating an emergency survival kit.
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Reading event to feature petting zoo

Rebecca Sigler, 20, might have the best job in the world.
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Warren County Fair returns with plenty of updates

If there's one thing the Warren County Fair won't be lacking next week, it's facial hair.
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Amateur eaters compete at fair

CLEAR BROOK -- A group of Frederick County fairgoers channeled their inner Kobayashi during the fair's apple pie eating contest on Thursday night.
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Youth baseball leagues planned

MIDDLETOWN -- For the first time in years, Middletown could get its own Little League baseball teams.
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Fair day camp: Kids learn about livestock, showing animals

CLEAR BROOK -- For the past three summers, children enrolled in the Frederick County Fair's day camp program have learned about raising livestock and show animals.
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Four houseplants that won't die

Keeping a plant alive for longer than a year can feel like a real challenge.
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Commission opposes water, sewer changes

MIDDLETOWN -- An amendment to the Reliance Road Area Land Use Plan by the Frederick County Planning Commission has members of the Middletown Planning Commission feeling riled up.
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Barbecue food truck whets Woodstock appetites

MAURERTOWN -- For one Maurertown man, retirement is a dish best served grilled.
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Grow a stronger, deeper lawn with organic fertilizers

While it's true that "you are what you eat," the same could be said about your lawn.
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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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