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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Christmas is my favorite time of year, at least it use to be. One day I had lost my voice -- I sounded like a 2-year-old, only worse. Oh, how I love to sing, talk, speak in public, read Christmas stories to children and just enjoy the season. I found out ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Why is it that we as a nation can accept, at the moment that all the votes are counted and verified, that one man has been duly elected president but we somehow overlook or ignore the substantial scientific evidence that proves that a unique human being is ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: The shortage of food for the hungry was eased a little this year by the Volunteer Farm of Shenandoah, which supplied 35 tons of fresh, nutritious vegetables to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank with the help of some 3,100 volunteers. This was the fifth year for ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: In today's paper (Dec. 18) there were letters to Santa. I had always enjoyed reading them, but today I could have cried. You hear of people being hungry and need help, but my heart broke to read the letter that this little boy wanted food because they were ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: This year the town of Strasburg has been tastefully and beautifully decorated for the holiday. A ride through town at night really puts you in the Christmas spirit. I commend those responsible for a wonderful job. Janet V. Fish 427 N. Massanutten ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: I want to thank Pat Clem and the people of The Northern Virginia Daily for finding Zack and all of the people and organizations that helped make his wish come true. I met Zack and his family on Christmas Eve when I took the food and packages people had ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Del. Athey is pushing for all-out growth in Warren County's agriculturally zoned lands, telling taxpayers that construction of his client's proposed strip mall (i.e. Crooked Run Phase Two) will reduce their tax burdens! (Dec. 22 issue). But that's in ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: An article in the Dec. 27 issue reports a decision by the Front Royal Town Council to allow the installation of vinyl siding on a house within the Front Royal National Historic District. The decision overturned a previous ruling by the Architectural Review ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: In November 2004, a Loudoun County jury convicted spammer Jeremy Jaynes, known as one of the worst spammers in the world, of violating Virginia's Anti-Spam Act. He was sentenced to nine years in prison. His global fraud had netted millions of dollars for ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Edith Stein said that love without truth is a destructive evil. Why do the men who castigated me seem so threatened by God and his order of natural law? They don't believe? The no longer recognize objective truth? Without truth our society produces ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: The Saint John Bosco Roman Catholic Outreach Program of Woodstock was the recipient of a significant Christian charitable act from the employees of UPS Truckload Division of Front Royal. All employees were given a turkey gift certificate for Christmas. ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: I am writing in regards to a pamphlet we received in the mail today from Valley Health System. An article within dealt with the impact of diabetes and spotlighted a senior at Randoph-Macon Academy with Type 1 diabetes. This student is a resident of Oakton ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: There goes Rigelon, spouting his hatred and prejudice of Christianity again. Beyond his mistaken Biblical interpretations, Rigelon is following the playbook of Kirk and Madsen's infamous book "After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Once, again, the "killer highway" has claimed another victim. Once, again, I am forced to reiterate the need to upgrade Route 340 south to fit the needs of our current through highway, rather than leaving it as just a gathering road as it was in the ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: Two sides of the fence has been a well-known story, something about the grass is always greener ... This appears to be what happened during the recent "housing craze," when numerous people nationwide actually believed this country would run out of houses ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: On July 1, 1999, Gary Matson and Winfield Scott, a well-known and much-loved couple were tortured and murdered in their home by Matthew and Tyler Williams for one reason only: They were gay. When Matthew Williams was asked why he killed "the two homos," his ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: I am writing about Valley Health's "The Big Picture" 2007 Benefit to the Community pamphlet, circulated last fall. I also have some other questions. Valley Health stated the 2007 "community benefit" of $56 million is an increase of 18.3 percent over 2006 ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: This Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, the 40-day period preceding Easter when Roman Catholics and other Christians would abstain from meat and dairy products in memory of Jesus' 40 days of fast and prayer before dying on the cross. With religious ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: The residents of Shenandoah and Page counties have access to a tremendous benefit during periods of personal crisis or disaster that they may not be aware of. This support after a fire, flood or tornado comes from a long-standing community organization: the ...

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Editor Northern Virginia Daily Sir: We are being represented by an administration and Congress that are so insecure that they feel that they need to stifle dissent. This is undemocratic. It represents national socialism at its very worst. What will be next, "book burnings"? The simple truth ...