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Scot Marsh had served in the Army for about 7 1/2 years following graduation from the Virginia Military Institute in 1981. After moving back to the Shenandoah Valley, having grown up in Winchester, he got a call in January 1991 asking if he wanted to reenlist for Operation Desert Storm.

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When a person has a job to do outdoors, a snowstorm tends to make that work more difficult. At least, that’s the case for Cody Taylor, 33, of Front Royal, who is a surveyor for the Fairfax County government.

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It was back to business as usual Thursday afternoon after winter storm Gail dropped several inches of snow throughout Warren and Shenandoah counties Wednesday.

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WOODSTOCK – When it was first announced in July that the Shenandoah County Public Schools division was going to be using a hybrid model for the reopening of schools, Pastor George Bowers Sr. wanted to do something for his church and the community. So he decided to help out parents by allowin…

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Quarantines, school closures and advice on preventing the spread of illness sound all too familiar during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. But such news stories also appeared in local newspapers more than 100 years ago when the Spanish flu and an infantile paralysis (polio) outbreak raged thro…

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Daniel M. Dellinger, 19, of Edinburg, died Sunday night in a single-vehicle crash, according to a news release from Virginia State Police Public Relations Officer Sgt. Brent Coffey.

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Throughout the year, Rutz’s BBQ & Catering is known for providing catered meals for weddings, corporate events and other special events. Now that COVID-19 continues to keep much of the country shut down, Rutz’s is relying on its reputation for BBQ and homemade sides.

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When Hoyle Laughlin II opened Laughlin Auctions with his two brothers in the 1980s, the thought that auctions held at their business could one day be done without anyone bidding on the items in person wasn’t even a blip on the radar.