The PATH Foundation announced the recipients of its general operations grants. Fifteen organizations, including Rappahannock County’s Child Care and Learning Center, received a total of $501,283.
Downsizing is complicated. On the surface it seems that I am just clearing space. However, as my treasures went home with other people this weekend, I realized there is an unanticipated process happening.
I respectfully request that Ron Frazier resign his position as supervisor of Jackson District and let the voters select a new supervisor who will uphold the oath of office and perform the duties in an honest and trustworthy manner.
I would like to loudly thank County Administrator Debbie Keyser and, especially, County Supervisor John Lesinski for doing something I've been unable to do for more than 12 years.
Now that all the wreaths, swags, garlands and centerpieces are made and sold the Rappahannock County Garden Club thanks all who made this annual fundraiser possible and successful.
I’m a husky mix, mostly husky, and my name is Duke. I’m 2 years young, and I’m gonna need a fenced yard in my new home but love humans (of course), other dogs, and, yes, even cats.
WCDS’ strong showing at classical convention; Julia Estes is state 1A Player of the Year; boy's varsity and girl's JV basketball are undefeated early, and more in this week's School and Sports.
Acclaimed guitarist Frank Vignola and his trio return to the Little Washington Theatre this Saturday and The Barnes and Hampton Celtic Consort perform their “Celtic Christmas Concert” Dec. 17 at Castleton.
Rappahannock County photographer Joyce Harman’s sublime panorama of the sky and the historic slave quarters at Ben Venue Farm was voted the winner of the Piedmont Environmental Council’s seventh annual PEC Photo Contest last week.
Pam Owen ponders what animals make mysterious holes and scratch marks, in this week’s Wild Ideas column.
Culpeper County’s Board of Supervisors approved an application to construct a cell phone tower just off Sperryville Pike Tuesday evening. The board voted 5-2 in favor of an application from Community Wireless Structures (CWS) VII LLC.
Home/land transfers The following home and land transfers were recorded at the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office Nov. 22 to Dec. 1:
Jan. 24, 1963: Sperryville has no public library, but it does have a modern barber shop. Dec. 27, 1984: Mr. and Mrs. James P. Jamieson are the kind of people who just never stop working.
Little Washington parade warms winter souls with beautiful, colorfully dressed people, horses, llamas, dogs, the RCHS Marching Band, and floats from Little Washington Wellness & Spa and Thornton’s Gap Regular Baptist Church’s float, “Glory To God.”
RAAC's Mitchell Arts Fund holds its first-ever grant workshop from 10 to noon Saturday, Dec. 10 at the Rappahannock Library. Members of the Mitchell Arts Fund committee will go over the 2017 grant application and new guidelines.
Monday, Nov. 28: 11:49 p.m. — Scrabble Road, Castleton, public service, company 5. Tuesday, Nov. 29: 8:09 a.m. — F. T. Valley Road, Sperryville, wires down, company 2