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Friday night lights

Andrew Williams, 16, a member of Strasburg's High School Band, plays his trombone alongside members of the James Madison University Marching Royal Dukes and seven area high school bands during Friday night's half time of the Central High School's opening football game in Woodstock. Nearly 1,000 musicians participated in the event. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Shenandoah County Fair: Watch the pigs race, get educated at same time

WOODSTOCK -- The first racers in the Old McNally's Pig Derby are named after famous horses: Hambiscuit, rather than Seabiscuit, and California "Porkchop" instead of "Chrome" finished first in the race Tuesday.
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Shenandoah County Fair

Tom Streett, president of the Shenandoah County Fair, lines the track with a set of hay bales Friday afternoon for the ATV races that evening at the fairgrounds in Woodstock. The fair is open through next Saturday. There will be family activities this morning at the fair, and the featured truck and tractor pull will start at 6:30 tonight. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Strasburg road project aims to prevent flooding

STRASBURG -- Hurricane Sandy left Gloria Floyd and her neighbors stranded at their Ash Street homes two years ago.
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Campus Move-in Day is a team effort

WINCHESTER -- College freshmen who moved into residence halls at Shenandoah University during Tuesday's Move-in Day breezed through their first big steps on campus. Helped by about 300 volunteers, new students and their parents unpacked cars within minutes, allowing for a long line of other cars to quickly take their place alongside greetings of "welcome home."
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Frederick County has successful first day

WINCHESTER -- Twins Madison and Damon were a little nervous on their first day of kindergarten Monday, but their father Stephen Moore said he was probably even more nervous than they were.
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Frederick County schools prepare for academic year

As Frederick County students prepare to start the 2014-15 academic year Monday, school officials have prepared changes for the coming year.
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Tractor pull at the Warren County Fair

Top: A truck participates in the first class of competition during the tractor pull event in the backfield of the Warren County Fair on Thursday. Above: Front Royal resident Jed Koblish shows son Kingston, 3, and daughter Layla, 1, a truck taking off during the tractor pull at the Warren County Fair. Jeb Inge/Daily
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Area students study health care career options

WOODSTOCK -- When the new school year begins later this month, some students in Shenandoah and Warren counties will have more than the usual summer vacation stories to tell their friends and teachers.
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Summertime summit

Dakota Tristan, left, J.T. Tingler, center, both 12, and Jose Lopez, 13, right, chat under the shaded stage area at W.O. Riley Park on a cloudy summer afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Woodstock native returns to collect ticks

WOODSTOCK -- U.S. Army Capt. Tony John always inspects his tick flag very carefully. He looks over each speck of dirt, then suddenly stops on one dot.
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Having fun at the fair

Youngsters have fun on the rides at the Frederick County Fairgrounds this week. The fair runs through tonight. Rich Cooley/Daily
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The Grand Feature Parade

Top: Members of the U.S. Army Old Guard Fife & Drum Corps march down Braddock Street in Winchester during the Apple Blossom Festival Grand Feature Parade on Saturday.
Above: Robert Griffin and Jackie Griffin II , parents of Redskins Quarterback Robert Griffin III, wave to the crowd during the parade. Photos by Rich Cooley/Daily
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Queen's Dinner

Top: David Gum, CEO of Henkel Harris Furniture in Winchester, unveils a jewelry box that he presented to Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival queen designate Alexandra "Ali" Astin, 17, during the Queen's Dinner held Thursday night at the Lee Jackson Best Western Banquet Room in Winchester. Above: Alexandra "Ali" Astin and her escort Hunter Thompson, 17, of Middletown, make their entrance at the Queen's Dinner under the sabers of Randolph Macon Academy cadets. Photos by Rich Cooley/Daily
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Va's biggest, costliest election in voters' hands

RICHMOND -- Virginia's biggest, most expensive political season with unprecedented attention from presidential candidates is drawing long lines of voters to polling places across the state, but concerns about the state's new voter ID law appeared overblown.
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Sandy leaves death, damp and darkness in wake

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Superstorm Sandy slammed into the New Jersey coastline with 80 mph winds Monday night and hurled an unprecedented 13-foot surge of seawater at New York City, threatening its subways and the electrical system that powers Wall Street. At least 10 U.S. deaths were blamed on the storm, which brought the presidential campaign to a halt a week before Election Day.
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Local volunteers aid food banks on Commonwealth Day of Gleaning

About two dozen volunteers gathered on a beautiful August morning at Marker-Miller Orchard Farm in Frederick County on Thursday to pick green beans for area food banks.
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*Two hurt in three-vehicle crash on John Marshall Highway

STRASBURG -- Two people were taken to hospitals -- one by helicopter -- following a three-vehicle crash on Va. 55 (John Marshall Highway) just north of Va. 633 (Red Bud Road) Thursday afternoon.
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* Photo: Wreck temporarily closes eastbound I-66 near Front Royal

The victim of the single-vehicle accident on eastbound Interstate-66, east of Front Royal, is loaded into a medical helicopter after the interstate was shut down Wednesday morning. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Crunch time for Christmas gifts

WINCHESTER -- That last-ditch effort to find the perfect gift at the perfect price is a holiday tradition with a few days left to celebrate.
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Two sides to snow

FRONT ROYAL -- Snow blanketed the Northern Shenandoah Valley Thursday, canceling school and causing several traffic crashes, including a pileup on Interstate 81 near Edinburg.
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The doctor is in: Devine brings diverse background to role with Lord Fairfax Health District

WINCHESTER -- A man of many interests has taken the helm of the Lord Fairfax Health District.

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