Longtime Rappahannock County resident Renate Ruzich, who recently turned 90, finally published the memoir that friends who had seen the manuscript, or heard her tell her story, had been urging her to do for years.
What has a fascinating allure, eyes filled with wonder and a svelte figure, moves like a panther, purrs like a Harley and grows more beautiful and affectionate with age and just happens to lives in the county?
The Shops at Ginger Hill were the setting for the recent Businesses of Rappahannock Biz Link Networking Social. The crowd of 60-plus business owners enjoyed wines from Gadino Cellars and pizzas from Rudy’s.
What is Giving Tuesday? The first Tuesday after Thanksgiving brings a spirit of giving to the first days of the holiday season. It offers us the opportunity to do something significant as the end of the year approaches.
The Rappahannock County Public Schools Parent Teacher Organization would like to thank the local team sponsors for their generous support of our upcoming Alumni Basketball Tournament.
We can all be proud of what our student-athletes of RCHS have accomplished. I was in Richmond last Saturday to see our volleyball team win its first-ever state championship, a grand finale to a perfect season, a 27-0 record.
As a political moderate, I was reconciling myself to the election results by recalling that this was the democratic process. Then I remembered that the candidate who would become president in 2017 lost to his opponent by more than 630,000…
Family and friends of our veterans resting in peace would like to express our sincere and grateful appreciation to the American Legion Post #53 in Front Royal for their donation of American flags for our Rappahannock veterans’ graves.
When reports of the reignited efforts for CalExit surfaced after the election, I could not help but note the irony of their desire and wonder if any of those protesters were immigrants of the South.
By the measures of crowd size, strengthened community connections and widespread satisfaction, the 12th annual Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery Tour was an enormous success.
Fast-forward to the present in Rappahannock County where I would like to take the opportunity to raise that same "V" salute to the many dedicated volunteers who work tirelessly to bring a better quality of life to our citizens.
We are grateful to all of our friends who came out to support the Rappahannock Animal Welfare League last Friday (Oct. 28) for Mutt Mix & Mingle. It was wonderful to see many familiar faces and some new ones too!
The Child Care and Learning Center thanks Dr. Tom Johnson for presenting his annual dental health and cavity prevention program to our preschoolers. He's wonderful with them with taking about dental care.
Recently the women of Trinity Episcopal Church hosted the 60th annual House Tour. We thank each of the women, as well as our founding house tour and flower matriarch Lois Snead, for decades of dedicated hard work.
The next president will be in a position to appoint Supreme Court justices who will protect and defend our Constitution or drastically savage it. If nothing else were on the line, this would be enough for me. The future of…
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.