Cheers to Strasburg High School students and residents for coming together this week to offer comfort and support for students injured in a single-vehicle crash on Mount Hebron Road on Saturday.
Cheers to Philip E. Funk, 92, who survived a collision with a train and is back at work at the Front Royal recycling center, and cheers to the town of Front Royal, which kept his job open until he was healthy enough to return.
Cheers to area chambers of commerce for accepting Gov. Robert F. McDonell's challege to join a "friendly competition" to see which chamber could bring in more food to area food banks.
Jeers to meth makers everywhere. Less than a week after a suspected meth lab was raided by police in Strasburg, another suspected lab, this time in Edinburg, was raided. Cheers to investigators from Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office, the Northwest Virginia Regional Drug Task Force and the Rockingham-Harrisonburg Drug Task Force for their work on this case and their cooperation with the Daily in getting the news out to our readers.
Cheers from Washington Masonic Lodge No. 78 AF&AM family and friends of loved ones buried in Washington Masonic Cemetery and Rappahannock County citizens to American Legion Post #53, Front Royal, for donating flags for veterans graves and American and state flags for flag poles.
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