DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Theater Sells For $42,500
  • #2 - Plea Deal In Shooting
  • #3 - City Author’s First Romance Novel A Labor Of Love
  • #4 - Presenting The ‘Biggest Little Fair’
  • #5 - Questions And Answers, Part 3

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  • City Author’s First Romance Novel A Labor Of Love
  • Questions And Answers, Part 3
  • A Ride Through The Valley’s History
  • What I Remember Most About The Flood

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TOP STORIES

  • Council Mulls Property Deal

    ELKTON — Town Council heard public comment from only two people Monday night about the potential sale of a portion of two former Kite properties, including the Kite Mansion, but otherwise took no action during the meeting that left a number of the 19 people in the audience scratching their heads. Read More

  • Agriculture Meets Education

    TENTH LEGION — Mike and Susan Phillips’ Valley View Farms is a working beef and sheep farm 365 days a year. Read More

  • Route 11 Crawl Returns This Saturday

    Shenandoah County is putting out the welcome mat for an estimated 2,800 shoppers from around the state and the country for Saturday’s 11th annual Route 11 Yard Crawl. Read More

  • Plea Deal In Shooting

    HARRISONBURG — A New Market man was sentenced last week to the nine months he already served in jail for firing a rifle at a vehicle his wife and her boyfriend were in. Read More

  • Theater Sells For $42,500

    ELKTON — The historic Elkton Theater apparently has been sold, although the deal hasn’t closed yet and the buyer’s name has not been released. Read More

  • Presenting The ‘Biggest Little Fair’

    HARRISONBURG — The Bergton Community Fair kicks off this evening with all the smells, sounds and snacks of the Rockingham County Fair later this month. Read More

  • McGaheysville Ruritans Help Out Woman In Need

    McGAHEYSVILLE — Desiree DeMarco can finally leave her house on her own. Read More

  • Dance Fever

  • REAL ESTATE: An Invisible Gorilla And Objective Third Parties

    Imagine six kids in a circle passing a basketball around when a man in a gorilla suit walks right into the middle and waves hello. Would you notice the gorilla? Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Minimizing Risk: Safety No Accident

    HARRISONBURG — Outside the offices of Riddleberger Brothers Inc. is a sign promoting the company’s current safety record. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Thinking Big

    HARRISONBURG — Kenny Brooks is on record as saying he wants to play the best teams in the country. Read More

  • Brady Blazers’ Battering Ram

    PENN LAIRD – Spotswood High School junior tailback Brady Dodson’s toughness is never in question. Read More

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