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Share “Tender Love” with the Harrisonburg Salvation Army this weekend with two iconic stars of the 20th century. Read more

Friday, October 16, 2020
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Splotched watercolor and free form poetry weaves through each issue of Las Traumadas, a composition of raw emotions in verbal, hand-drawn maps guiding readers onto the path of internal and interpersonal healing through empathy and understanding. Read more

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Thursday, October 15, 2020
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
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Along Skyline Drive and throughout the county's landscapes, the world is softly swinging into a season of reds, yellows and amber, but at the corner of Water and Main streets, Kathy Roletter sat spinning her own field of colors. Read more

Monday, October 05, 2020
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For 30 years, the Bowmans sold trinkets and keepsakes in the Dayton Market. As their family got bigger and the days grew longer, the Bowmans sold the Crafty Hands gift shop and passed the space along to a new family. Read more

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Under the shade of her big maple tree, Judy Strickler watched years go by as her children blossomed into adults and eventually left the shade to plant their own trees in yards. When the violent winds of the 2012 derecho blew through town, it took down that great big maple and all the memorie… Read more

Friday, October 02, 2020
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Under the chipped paint and beaten sheet metal, Connor Arehart saw passed the rough exterior of his great-grandfather’s tractor, and at the age of 12 decided to turn the family farm heirloom into a show-stopping antique. Read more

Monday, September 28, 2020
Thursday, September 24, 2020
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Before reaching international acclaim for his premier coaching skills, Ganon Baker was a young athlete in Hampton who enjoyed dividing his time between baseball, basketball, soccer and swimming. When he turned 13, he realized that if he wanted to make a splash in basketball, he was going to … Read more