DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Separate Paths Led Triplets To Eastern Mennonite
  • #2 - CRUISE CONTROL
  • #3 - JMU Needs Its Own Precinct
  • #4 - Snapshot Of The Day
  • #5 - At EMU Graduation, A Lesson In Wisdom

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  • Breaking The Cycle
  • What’s Stopping You?
  • Creating A Space
  • Going Screen-Free

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Local

  • World-Class Biker Wins Yee-Ha

    McGAHEYSVILLE – Just two weeks ago, Luca Shaw was carving on his mountain bike in Lourdes, France, a small town in the foothills of the Pyrenees that attracts millions of religious pilgrims and tourists to where the Virgin Mary was reportedly spotted in 1858. Read More

  • CRUISE CONTROL

    HARRISONBURG — Less than 30 minutes after the James Madison spring football game Saturday, new offensive coordinator Brett Elliott was already in his Plecker Center office looking at video. Read More

  • Good Throws Gem

    HARRISONBURG – Freshman pitcher Megan Good threw the fourth no-hitter in program history and scored the game-opening run on an RBI double as James Madison beat Elon 8-0 Sunday in a Colonial Athletic Association softball game Sunday at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

  • Big Wins For Knights

    PURCELLVILLE — Senior shortstop Alexa Sheets and sophomore outfielder Cana Davis each had two hits as Turner Ashby High School swept Woodgrove in a non-district softball doubleheader 6-3, 7-5 on Saturday. Read More

  • Hatcher Enters Virginia HOF

    PORTSMOUTH – Retired R.E. Lee High School basketball coach Paul Hatcher was inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Read More

  • Schedule And Weekend Scores

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