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  • #1 - U.S. Navy Closes Facility In Sugar Grove
  • #2 - Seven Businesses Licensed In August
  • #3 - HDR Director To Leave Top Post
  • #4 - Church Service, Salsa Keep Eicher Busy
  • #5 - More ‘Gender’ Insanity

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  • U.S. Navy Closes Facility In Sugar Grove

    SUGAR GROVE, W.Va. — The Navy marked the end of its six-decade history in Pendleton County with a ceremony Tuesday disestablishing the base at Sugar Grove. Read More

  • A Hairy Situation

    HARRISONBURG — It was down to the wire, but Cat’s Cradle surpassed its 2015 summer fundraising goal, allowing it to maintain its programs and services. Read More

  • HDR Director To Leave Top Post

    HARRISONBURG — When Eddie Bumbaugh accepted the job as executive director of Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance in 2003, his friends said he was crazy. Read More

  • Unemployment Data Showing Good Signs

    HARRISONBURG — Unemployment dropped across the region in July, and more Harrisonburg residents were employed during the month than in any July in history. Read More

  • Enrollment Challenges Not Solved

    HARRISONBURG — From trailers to a second high school, the Harrisonburg School Board spent its Tuesday work session brainstorming how to handle future growth. Read More

  • New Solar Co-Op Getting Started

    HARRISONBURG — A recently formed group of Valley residents interested in solar energy will hold a series of information sessions starting this week. Read More

  • All’s Fair In Shenandoah County Livestock Show

    WOODSTOCK — Evan Kibler explained how his 7-month-old Boer goat got its name as he climbed into its pen to pet it Tuesday. Read More

  • Meticulous Maintenance

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Future Now For Distance Learning

    WEYERS CAVE — Students from around Virginia are getting veterinary technician associate degrees from Blue Ridge Community College though they rarely set foot on campus. Read More

  • INVESTMENTS: Four Things I Think ... I Think

    If you’ve read these articles in the past, you might be able to guess this opening paragraph. If this is the first article I’ve written that you’ve ever read, I generally use this forum, especially around this time of year, to poke fun at the talking heads, the prognosticators, the experts … those who make predictions without data or context. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Trending Up

    PENN LAIRD – Off the basketball court, Spotswood High School senior Justin Kier isn’t much different from most teenagers. Read More

  • ‘Read And React’

    PENN LAIRD – When last clocked in the 40-yard dash over the summer, Spotswood High School quarterback Zach Polglase didn’t exactly blow anybody away. Read More

  • Rock Solid Golfers

    McGAHEYSVILLE — Shortly after agreeing to take over East Rockingham High School’s golf program prior to its inaugural 2010 season, Will Gheen realized he was in for a challenge. Read More

  • College Soccer

    BRIDGEWATER – Dori Bjarneyjarson scored a go-ahead goal in the 70th minute to lead North Carolina Wesleyan to a 2-1 season-opening win over Bridgewater College in a non-conference men’s soccer game Tuesday. Read More

  • High School Volleyball

    PENN LAIRD — Senior libero Bailey Spitler had 16 digs as Spotswood High School defeated East Rockingham 25-17, 26-28, 25-13, 25-6 in a non-district volleyball match Tuesday. Read More

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