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Amissville column for Sept. 22

With the Rappahannock County Farm Tour just two days away, interesting Amissville area tour venues have made the decision of where to go even more difficult.
Amissville column for Dec. 24

More than 50 people of all ages made short work last Thursday night organizing and then boxing up donated food that was delivered two days later to almost 40 needy Amissville-area families.
Amissville column for Dec. 10

Coats and blankets for Syrian refugees in Turkey Five generous families on the north end of Hinson Ford Road filled 24 large trash bags with donated coats and blankets to send to Syrian refugees living in tent camps in southern…
Amissville column for April 23

The eight needle women met last week at the regular day and time at Charlotte Laing’s house, but this time they weren’t going to just quilt or embroider. They were going to talk about underwear. Women’s Civil War-era skivvies, to…

Save the dates (and times) As February seems to be going out like a lion, there are two items of note occurring this month and next in Amissville. Beginning this Sunday (March 1) Amissville United Methodist Church will have Sunday…
Amissville column for Jan. 1

On Dec. 18, more than 30 volunteers met at Bethel Baptist Church in Amissville to assemble holiday food baskets for more than three dozen families.
Amissville column for Dec. 11

The annual Amissville Holiday Food Drive held by the Amissville Area Community Christmas (AACC) group will soon be in full swing. Come lend a hand.

Thoughts on the terrible events at Sandy Hook Elementary and another update on the Christmas Basket Project in this week's Amissville column.

It's all hands on deck as the Amissville Christmas Basket Project wraps up. Details on how and when you can help inside this week's Amissville column.

An update on the Amissville Christmas Basket Project, details on the new Kombucha business and the heart-healthy benefits of olive oil in this week's Amissville column.

An axiom of hauling livestock is that the number of animals you load in the trailer should be the same when you arrive. However, rules are made to be broken.