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Editorial: The never ending war

A year ago, as Americans observed another anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on our nation, we were reminded forcefully that more than a decade of campaigns against terrorist organizations had been of only limited value.

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Editorial: Day of Caring

More than 800 people took time out of their day to work on community service projects during the Day of Caring on Wednesday. This annual community event sponsored by the United Way of the Northern Shenandoah Valley is a wonderful way for area residents to strengthen their community. Cheers to you all!

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Editorial: Stop. Think before you drive away

A crash that killed a local school teacher and left her family, friends and students reeling from her loss last year should never have happened.

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Editorial: Keep debate bipartisan

President Barack Obama finally has decided to submit the decision on war with Syria to Congress. In doing so the president has placed a heavy burden on lawmakers, but one the Constitution insists they must bear.

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Editorial: Eye in sky is no longer watching us

We've all seen the warning signs along interstate highways: "Speed limit enforced by aircraft," but these days you don't have to look up in the sky to see if a trooper in the sky is watching you. Budget cuts have curtailed aerial surveillance flights in Virginia.

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Editorial: Bully tactics on display in Front Royal

Protests against the Democratic Party in Warren County turned ugly this week when someone posted gruesome photos of an alleged aborted fetus and a decapitated child's head on the windows and front door of the party's Front Royal headquarters.

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Sign up today for county's mass emergency alerts

About 75 tornadoes touched down in Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa and Nebraska in a 24-hour period this past weekend. Some fatalities were reported, but sternly worded warnings like this from the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center - "mass devastation is highly likely" - may have saved lives as residents of those states kept their weather radios on and closely monitored weather news on television and on their smartphones.

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Cain under fire

Herman Cain's unconventional campaign for the Republican presidential nomination has become engulfed in that most conventional bane of candidates: a sex scandal.

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Inside trading verdict

Raj Rajaratnam was a Wall Street success story. The Sri Lankan native rose from being an adept picker of technology stocks at a small New York investment bank to the manager of his own hedge fund with more than $7 billion in assets.

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Our local farming prosperity

By Kim Woodwell Agriculture has been the heart and soul of Virginia's economy for centuries. Today agriculture is Virginia's largest industry -- contributing $55 billion to the state's economy yearly. Shenandoah County is a strong fifth among Virginia counties in...

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