David Michael Williams was arraigned today in Rappahannock County Circuit Court on a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Brittney Danielle Koster last December.
The Rappahannock County School Board narrowly approves $500 stipend for an assistant coach position for RCPS' prizewinning Quiz Bowl team, but pre-vote discourse raises issue of overall budget constraints.
Last Friday (Oct. 21), Dodson attempted to stop a vehicle on Zachary Taylor Highway for a traffic violation, which drove off. The driver, Gary Lee Allison, 39, of Front Royal, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and…
In Rappahannock, where residents fiercely defend the county’s rural and scenic nature, who could possibly object to a trail connecting the county’s villages, schools and recreation area? But several attending the Oct. 19 planning commission meeting did.
What started out as a glimmering hope for the county by Hal Hunter and a desire by Denise Chandler “to pay it forward” has now taken root as a community volunteer effort called RappRespite.
An ode to Rappahannock: Esteemed local photographer Ted Pellegatta pictures his homeland in verse.
4-H thanks Jim Massie; Thornton Gap congregation has new pastor; Septic system funding available; and New RappCats president thanks supporters.
When Pam Owen went to Death Valley National Park earlier this month, she didn’t expect the first animal she’d see to be a monarch butterfly and wondered what they were doing there, in this week’s Wild Ideas column.
The three new galleries open for the Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery Tour, noted in an earlier report on the Nov. 5-6 event, join the following six Rappahannock galleries with a bit more history on the tour.
Wakefield Country Day School would like to thank the wonderful firefighters of Chester Gap Fire Department who visited our school last week to teach our children fire safety during the school's annual observation of National Fire Prevention Week.
The front-page article in the Rappahannock News last week did not reflect a high level of journalistic skill or content. In fact, the author’s bias was evident in his first sentence and continued on a downward trajectory.
If one thing has become abundantly clear, it is this, the Republican candidate, Donald John Trump, has proven himself to be the most offensive, vulgar and rancid-minded ignoramus ever to be put forth by a major party for the office.
Sen. Garrett’s pronouncements and track record would have us believe that he would focus his efforts in Congress on job creation and many of the other important challenges facing working families. Here is what his actual priorities appear to be.
I took a sigh of relief to read that a gap had opened up, giving Democrats a lead in the polls, after an unguarded microphone revealed again the lack of moral compass.
That word so clearly describes Jane Dittmar’s experience and her expectations. Her extensive background in business and her training as a mediator all represent her belief in “integrity” and that it is, truly, a standard in her life.
Just as no one would accuse Trump of being a gentleman, no one would accuse Clinton of being honest or ethical, as she makes Richard Nixon look like a saint. Our choice is between a creep and a crook.