DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - A New Lease On Life
  • #2 - Writer Correct On McDonnells, Jail Time
  • #3 - Sentara RMH Offices To Offer Flu Shots
  • #4 - Why Is ISIS So Hard To Defeat?
  • #5 - Schools Obtain Safety Money

SKYLINE

  • Jazz 4 Justice
  • A Six-Hour Setback
  • Why Is ISIS So Hard To Defeat?
  • What’s With All The Hoopla?

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TOP STORIES

  • County Asks Feds To Pay Land ‘Tax’

    HARRISONBURG — Local governments in the Shenandoah Valley and beyond are set to lose out on hundreds of thousands of dollars or more unless the federal government takes action. Read More

  • Area’s ‘Most Important’ Honored

    HARRISONBURG — Linda Argiro openly admits she is quick to shed a tear. Read More

  • Rocky Road For Quarries

    HARRISONBURG — As an hours-long rescue of a city teen on Sunday night showed, activity hasn’t stopped at Frazier Quarry’s Waterman Drive mine site that was last used in 2007. Read More

  • Snapshot Of The Day

  • West Nile Virus Found In Augusta Horse

    HARRISONBURG — State officials are cautioning owners to take steps to protect their horses after an 8-year-old Paint gelding in Augusta County became the first horse in Virginia to test positive for West Nile virus this year. Read More

  • JMU Grads Fail To Get ‘Shark’ Bite

    HARRISONBURG — In June, two James Madison University graduates entered television’s “Shark Tank” to tape a segment that wound up being part of the show’s sixth season premiere. Read More

  • Schools Obtain Safety Money

    HARRISONBURG — Valley schools have received more than $220,000 in grant funding to upgrade security equipment. Read More

  • Arts Council, HDR Ramping Up Talent For Mural Project

    HARRISONBURG — The call is going out to artists who want to share their vision for a new mural project in the city. Read More

  • Boost For Youth

    HARRISONBURG — As a classroom of 4-year-olds gripped oversized markers in small hands and practiced looping letters and numbers, the importance of such activities was the topic of discussion just down the hall. Read More

  • Sentara RMH Offices To Offer Flu Shots

    HARRISONBURG — Sentara RMH family practice offices in the central Valley are offering flu shots for $25 per person this fall. Read More

  • VDOT Announces I-81 Lane Closures, Plans For Bridge Detour

    HARRISONBURG — Drivers traveling on southbound Interstate 81 in Shenandoah County this week will see alternating lane closures as work crews conduct spot leveling operations, according to a weekly report from the Virginia Department of Transportation. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • 5 Key Questions

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison football coach Everett Withers wanted the Delaware overtime loss to hurt bad for his players. It did, he said, and now the Dukes have to climb out of last place in the Colonial Athletic Association after two straight losses to start league play. Read More

  • Fort, SHS Move On

    HARRISONBURG – Looking to translate a recent jolt of confidence on the golf course into playoff success, Spotswood High School junior Ben Strickler teed off with the first group on Monday. Read More

  • ERHS Moves On

    HARRISONBURG — The East Rockingham High School golf team had a combined score of 336 to finish second in the Conference 36 golf tournament on Monday at Spotswood Country Club. Read More

  • Scores and Schedule

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