Washington Column

Washington column for April 5

The Shenandoah Valley Art Center in Waynesboro is hosting an exhibition by our resident artist Kevin H. Adams, featuring his paintings from his 2017 residency in Shenandoah National Park. The opening reception is on Saturday; upcoming Dark Skies events hosted by RLEP; and memories from Easter. […]

The Rapp

The Rapp for April 5

The 46th running of the Old Dominion Hounds Point-to-Point is all set for this Saturday at Ben Venue; Rapp Nature Camp is holding a series of nature education outings for adults this year; and the “Portrait of Wendi” has found a home at the library. […]

Clark Hollow Ramblings

Too many blessings?

When I started working on the tree I tried to keep thinking that it was a blessing of sorts; the maple would make pretty good firewood. Before I got the big end cut up and moved to my wood yard, I had begun to believe that I may have been given too many blessings. […]

Sperryville Column

A miracle on Viewtown Road

Her heart stopped, and within seconds of her fall — miraculously — a gentleman in a white pickup truck, driving along Viewtown Road, seeing her collapse, pulled up and applied CPR. The congregation knows not the identity of this man who showed up seemingly out of nowhere. […]

The Rapp

The Rapp for March 15

Hats off to Rappahannock Electric Cooperative and more than 200 additional linemen who restored power to the county; and “Irish Chef Patron Patrick O’Connell” teams with renowned Irish chef as part of the Inn’s 40th anniversary. […]