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  • #1 - $1M Ticket Bought In Broadway
  • #2 - After Court Decision ...
  • #3 - Thoughts On Windows 10, Part 2
  • #4 - Theater Group Aims To Get Kids Reading
  • #5 - Varner Inducted Into Pepsi Ring Of Honor

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  • Little Explorers Celebrate July
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  • Thoughts On Windows 10, Part 2
  • Valley Fourth Celebration On Tap

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TOP STORIES

  • New Clinic Slated For Bridgewater

    HARRISONBURG — After a year of study periods and development discussions, Sentara RMH is officially moving forward with plans to build an outpatient health center in Bridgewater. Read More

  • $1M Ticket Bought In Broadway

    HARRISONBURG — A lucky lottery player who purchased a Mega Millions ticket at a Broadway convenience store last week has beaten the odds — 1 in 18.5 million to be exact. Read More

  • State Agency Bans Deer Urine For Hunting

    HARRISONBURG — With 10 confirmed cases of chronic wasting disease identified in the commonwealth, the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is taking more stringent measures to prevent further infection. Read More

  • Protection Sought For Battlefield

    The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation is seeking help from the public to save a piece of Civil War history that’s threatened by development. Read More

  • Conference Examines The ‘Business Of Food

    HARRISONBURG — Aaron Ludwig thinks the road to happy customers is paved with happy employees. Read More

  • Balance Critical To Success, Celebrity Chef Tells Business Of Food Conference

    HARRISONBURG — Nathan Lyon is doing what he loves for a living, but he knows doing it all the time is a recipe for burnout. Read More

  • Festivities Set For Fort Valley Store

    A Shenandoah County grocery store that came back from the dead last month will celebrate its newfound life on Independence Day. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Corey’s On Fire

    HARRISONBURG – The mustache is gone. Read More

  • Dukes Add Still-Growing OT

    HARRISONBURG — On Halloween night last fall, Zaire Bethea faced a nightmare of a task. Read More

  • Turks Stop Express, 9-2

    STRASBURG – Texas-San Antonio third baseman Tyler Straub delivered a three-run homer in the eighth inning as the Harrisonburg Turks routed the Strasburg Express 9-2 in a Valley Baseball League game Monday at First Bank Park. Read More

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