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Alliance for Shelter seeks landlords

The Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter recently received a grant to help combat and prevent homelessness. The agency plans to use the $3,500 award from the Shenandoah Community Foundation to launch its Landlord Luncheon Series, according to a news release issued by the Alliance on Tuesday.
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Signal Knob FFA best middle school in Virginia

The Signal Knob Middle School chapter of the Future Farmers of America has reached the top again. For the second year in a row, the club was selected top middle school FFA chapter in Virginia at the Virginia FFA Convention at Virginia Tech, June 23 to 26.
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Valley Scholars Program promotes college education

Five rising eighth graders from Shenandoah County could earn free college tuition by participating in a five-year program on college readiness beginning this fall. The Valley Scholars Program, organized by James Madison University in Harrisonburg, targets students who will be the first in their immediate families to attend college,
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Sheriffs use old jails as holding areas

Sheriffs in Shenandoah and Warren counties have had a few weeks to test how they handle prisoners waiting for court.
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Church members focus service efforts on Strasburg park

STRASBURG -- Youth and church leaders traveled to Strasburg on Thursday as part of a three-day effort to serve the community.
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Pet of the Week: Hickory perfect for any cat lover

EDINBURG -- Hickory is known by volunteers at the Shenandoah County Animal Shelter to be friendly and affectionate. But he has been at the shelter since March and adopters keep passing him by.
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Narcotics dog joins Sheriff's Office

WOODSTOCK -- Drug dealers beware, there's a new dog in town.
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Council plans video, tourist guide for county's recreational activities

WOODSTOCK -- The Shenandoah County Tourism Council is taking strides to show off the many outdoor activities the county has to offer.
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Route 11 Yard Crawl celebrates 10th anniversary

WOODSTOCK -- This year a new, fancy lady will be leading the Route 11 Yard Crawl.
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Alliance for Shelter shifts focus

A Shenandoah County agency that fights homelessness plans to do so without a shelter.
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Shenandoah Memorial Hospital plans major expansion

Work on an $18 million facility on the campus of Shenandoah Memorial Hospital in Woodstock should begin next year and will include a new emergency room, onsite urgent care center and office building for physicians who currently have offices in the community, Floyd Heater, hospital president, said Monday.
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Strasburg senior elected national FCCLA president

STRASBURG -- Time management helps any high school student balance schoolwork with sports, clubs and after-school jobs. Add to that an office in an organization with 200,000 members nationwide, and "multitasking" might not be a strong enough word.
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Central team sweeps FFA state star category

Lacey Dysart of Woodstock has always been inquisitive, inspired by questions of how and why things are what they are. One of three students from Central High School to sweep the State Star category at the June convention of the Virginia Future Farmers of America, Dysart put that curiosity to good use.
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Grand jury to hear fatal shooting case

WOODSTOCK -- A Shenandoah County man's manslaughter case goes to a grand jury next week
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National FFA president calls yearlong experience 'empowering'

To say Brian Walsh has had a busy year is an understatement.
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Judge sentences school bomb plotter

An Edinburg man must serve a lengthy probation with many restrictions for threatening to bomb a Shenandoah County school.
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Ex-coach charged in hazing avoids trial

WOODSTOCK -- A former Shenandoah County teacher charged in a student-related hazing incident avoided trial Tuesday by striking a deal with prosecutors.
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Chamber searches for new executive director

The Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce is seeking a new executive director to move the organization forward.
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New Market man accused of trying to run over deputy

WOODSTOCK -- A New Market man remains in jail after authorities say he tried to run over a sheriff's deputy Saturday.
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Area teen to lead national association

Recently elected president of the Junior American Boer Goat Association, 17-year-old Bethany Gochenour of Lebanon Church brings years of experience to the office.
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Shenandoah County trash day now Wednesday

If you were one of many Shenandoah County residents who woke up Wednesday morning forgetting to take out the trash, you were not alone.
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Mount Jackson twin succeeds sister in state FFA office

QUICKSBURG -- Identical twins Whitney and Brittany Bowman already had a lot in common before both being elected state officers of the Virginia Future Farmers of America Association.
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Farmers oppose EPA's proposed rule

Local farmers are supporting a national campaign launched by the American Farm Bureau and other groups that challenges a rule proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency that would expand the agency's regulatory authority under the Clean Water Act.
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Summer Arts Academy grows student interest in second year

The halls of Central High School in Woodstock were filled with jazz music and Broadway tunes Thursday morning as students filled classrooms to study on their summer vacation.
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Shenandoah County approves new wireless tower

Shentel can move forward with plans to bring higher speed wireless service to Shenandoah County and other communities.
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Summer classes help keep kids healthy

WOODSTOCK -- Tynessa Hazelwood of Woodstock helped her 7-year-old son Xavier strike the correct yoga pose.
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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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Core of Fort Valley auction property still available

Two days after its scheduled auction, interest in a Fort Valley religious estate continues to build.
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Insurance company wins in civil ruling

HARRISONBURG -- A U.S. District Court judge has ruled against an Edinburg father and daughter in a civil case filed by the father's insurance company.
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Police chief wins GOP nomination

HARRISONBURG -- Woodstock Police Chief Bryan Hutcheson won the Republican nomination for Rockingham County sheriff during a primary election Tuesday, according to David Lee, the locality's GOP chairman.
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Driver accused of felony hit-and-run

EDINBURG -- A man was charged with hit and run recently after he failed to file an accident report, according to Shenandoah County Sheriff's Capt. Tom Hodges.
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County officials mourn Litten

WOODSTOCK -- The Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors will serve as honorary pall bearers at today's funeral for longtime County Attorney Don Litten.
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Gaming systems reported stolen

WOODSTOCK -- Video game systems, beer and a gun were recently stolen from a home in the 1000 block of Saumsville Road.
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Gun missing in storage unit theft

EDINBURG -- Eight storage units were burglarized recently, according to the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office.
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Man charged with public drunkeness

EDINBURG -- A 23-year-old man was recently charged with public drunkenness and destruction of property.
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Board reviews facility use agreements for outside groups

WOODSTOCK -- About 90 minutes into a discussion that seemed like it might last forever during a meeting last week, the Shenandoah County School Board's chairman summed up the situation perfectly.
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Police search for purloined plow

The Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of a homemade plow from Lambert's Mobile Villa.
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Attorney: New charges covered by old plea deal

New charges brought against a Shenandoah County man in Circuit Court may be double jeopardy, his attorney argued Wednesday morning.
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Crash victim loved to fly

EDINBURG -- Jason Long appeared to have a passion for the air as much as the ground.
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Couple avoids jail time after torching car

WOODSTOCK -- A New Market couple played with fire but didn't get burned by having to spend any time behind bars for doing so.

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