Inside this week’s News (Nov. 12)

11_12_2015_RappNews_A01FBPHere’s a quick look at this week’s Rappahannock News — at newsstands, mailboxes and inboxes now.
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What you will find in the Nov. 12 Rappahannock News:

Former deputy admits destroying evidence

In circuit court last Thursday (Nov. 5), former Rappahannock County Sheriff’s deputy Daniel Stevens pleaded guilty to a charge of destruction of evidence. He was sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended; 100 hours of community service; and 12 months of supervised probation.

Comp plan forum, T-Mobile antenna on county’s radar

Public comment on the ongoing review and revision of Rappahannock County’s Comprehensive Plan is invited yet again at 7 p.m. next Wednesday. And among the permit applications to be considered following the forum is an Oct. 20 submission T-Mobile to add an antenna to the existing Sprint silo on the Miller farm near Washington.

The Rapp: ‘Annie’ arrives for Christmas, a Sing-Along Nov. 20

Check out The Rapp for a weekly taste of things to do and see in and around Rappahannock County.

The garden club’s greens-for-scholarships tradition

Rappahannock high school students have been getting help for college, and elementary students have been sent to nature camps, for more than 60 years — and the women of the Rappahannock County Garden Club have been cutting fresh greens of all varieties, and fashioning them into beautiful holiday greens sold to raise the funds for those scholarships, for exactly that many years.

‘Histories and Mysteries’: Creative anachronisms for the present

The Rappahannock Historical Society has just published an anthology of essays, poems, stories, drawings and pictures on the heritage of the county, as well as complimentary posters. Find out more Nov. 22 at the Washington Town Hall.

Wild Ideas: Fall park takes

Knowing it could be that fall foliage would soon be gone, Pam Owen grabbed her camera and headed up to Shenandoah National Park, in this week’s Wild Ideas.

Plus: School and sports news, the Washington and Sperryville columns, the Crossword and more.

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