Letters to the Editor

Get real, people

The suit’s other claims strike me as equally strained. Together, they take the term frivolous to new depths of absurdity. But to pursue the suit’s proposed remedies, a special prosecutor and Mr. Lesinski’s removal from office, would turn the county’s judicial process into a travesty. […]

Letters to the Editor

‘Right man for the job’

I read with interest your recent article describing the upcoming Culpeper Candidate Forum for the 18th District. As a Marine Veteran, to me, there is only one choice in the coming election for Delegate in the 18th District, and that choice is Will King, the Independent candidate. […]

Letters to the Editor

‘Overlooking the land he loved’

Dick was one of Virginia’s early advocates for sensible and managed growth. He saw the link between ecology and economy, the value of farmland and open space, the worth of preserving and protecting natural resources. He wrote and implemented local ordinances to advance those goals. […]

Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane for Oct. 12

Feb. 7, 1980: The ski area in Harris Hollow is no longer for sale. According to Eric Adamson, Front Royal attorney and partner in the operation, the Rappahannock slopes will open in December 1980 — “November, if there’s snow” — as a private club. […]

Clark Hollow Ramblings

Clark Hollow Ramblings: What kids say

I suppose there are still a few of us around who remember Art Linkletter and his TV show, “Kids Say the Darndest Things.” I would like to report that though the TV show may be history, it is still very true that the observations of the younger set can often cause us to pause, reflect and, maybe, smile. […]

Meetings and Notices

Meetings and notices for Oct. 12

Board of Supervisors will hold a special meeting on Thursday, Oct. 12, at 5 p.m. in the Washington Fire Hall, Washington. Agenda includes: Discussion, ratification and execution of “Version 9” Fire and Rescue Services agreement and the emergency management coordinator open position. […]