• #1 - We Should Have Listened To Romney, Palin
  • #2 - What Obama Needs Is Resolve
  • #3 - Abuse Of Power Alleged In Hardy County
  • #4 - He Almost Gets It
  • #5 - School Division To Hold Auction


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  • Abuse Of Power Alleged In Hardy County

    HARRISONBURG — Accusations of corruption, ethics violations and abuse of power have been leveled against two of the commissioners of Hardy County, W.Va., in a case extending back nearly three years involving one of the county’s volunteer rescue squads. Read More

  • Farmers Expecting Strong Harvest

    HARRISONBURG — The harvesting of corn has barely begun locally and soybeans will likely remain in fields for several weeks, but farmers and a state official expect yields of those crops to be strong this year. Read More

  • Special Training

    HARRISONBURG — Sarah Layman showed everyone in Godwin Hall that she has special skills Saturday morning. Read More

  • School Division To Hold Auction

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County School Board has declared its surplus property and will hold its annual auction on Thursday. Read More

  • Dynamic Aviation Recognized For Work With Military

    BRIDGEWATER — By definition, the award the U.S. Army presented Dynamic Aviation in May was for the company’s safety record while supporting America’s efforts in the war against terror. Read More

  • Shredding Away Identity Theft

    HARRISONBURG — In only a few minutes late Saturday morning, Eileen Phillips protected herself against identity theft and fraud. Read More

  • Charity Never Tasted So Good

    HARRISONBURG — A group of Skyline Middle School students is preparing to bid the community “bon appetit. Read More

  • Treasure Mountain Fest On Tap

    FRANKLIN, W.Va. — Guests and homefolk will tap toes to bluegrass and square dance in the streets as they celebrate Franklin’s past at the 46th Treasure Mountain Festival, set for Thursday through Sunday. Read More

  • Getting It On

  • Snapshot Of The Day

  • NEW: Chamber Marketing To Diversity Forum Postponed

    HARRISONBURG — Marketing to Diversity 2014, an event being held by the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce’s Diversity Business Council and the Forward/Adelante Business Alliance, has been postponed two weeks. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Startup Fever?

    HARRISONBURG — When the entrepreneurial bug bites, sound thinking can go out the window. Read More


  • Eagles Light It Up

    BRIDGEWATER – Whenever the play in question had been called during a recent Bridgewater College football practice, senior Jayme Perry said he remembered turning to a fellow wide receiver and muttering, ‘‘This ain’t going to work.” Read More

  • Area Roundup

    HARRISONBURG — Details were still scarce Sunday on the condition of hospitalized Turner Ashby High School football coach Charlie Newman, who underwent emergency surgery Friday night after falling ill during the Knights’ game against Rockbridge County. Read More

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