We will thank all our letter-writers for respecting our policy not to print election-related letters in the edition just prior to the Nov. 8 election — in other words, the Nov. 3 edition — as printed responses would be impossible…
Red Ribbon Week is Oct. 23-31. The students of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) and the local chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving are participating in the Red Ribbon Campaign for the second year in a row.
In 2010, a wave of right-wing conservatives were elected to the House as part of the Tea Party movement, forming the so-called "Freedom Caucus," and commenced to fulfill their own prophecy about how dysfunctional the federal government is.
I wanted to take a moment and say thank you to all who came out Saturday to support the Rappahannock Sheriff’s Children’s Foundation Annual Car Show. This would not have been possible without you.
A monster steel-lattice cell tower is looming in our future. In Boston, 255 feet tall and just off U.S. 522 on Culpeper's far western border. It is meant to improve the poor cell phone coverage in that area.
I spent 14 years on the local elections board and never, ever saw any fraud. At every turn election materials are safeguarded. Your board and your registrar do not guess or invent solutions, they persist in finding the correct legal…
Last Sunday night, the assembled "Spanish for Travelers" class for RappU could not access the classroom. What to do? "Adelante!" they proclaimed and reassembled at Headmaster's Pub.
Point and counterpoint: Walter Nicklin and Ron Maxwell explain once and for all why you should vote for (respectively) Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
The man, not the party, always gets my vote; and this year that vote goes to a woman — Hillary Rodham Clinton. I urge you to do the same — for the sake of the country and the world.
We have a choice on Nov. 8. We can be obsessed with tweets, vulgarity, our own puffed-up sanctimony and indignation about who kissed whom 30 years ago, or we can get serious about the life-and-death issues of war and peace.
When our oldest son, Matthew, enlisted in the Marine Corps 10 years ago, we were naturally concerned that he was entering the armed forces during a period of war. And we were even more concerned when he re-enlisted.
The Lions’ biggest annual fundraiser is behind us, and we have a lot of folks to thank. Despite the iffy weather we tucked inside the Sperryville Volunteer Fire Hall for music, visiting, eating and the suspenseful drawdown.
The formula that has worked for Donald Trump’s success cannot scale up to America’s needs. DT has been successful because he has worked on the edges. Stuff like screwing contractors to improve the bottom line won’t work for the nation.
Once again VDOT shows its infinite wisdom by closing the bridge on Fodderstack Road during the school year and the approaching tourist season with the fall colors.
The question many have as parents and educators is: How do we teach financial literacy to our children and students in an interesting and valuable way? At Belle Meade School, we are endeavoring to do this.
Bernie and his supporters (I voted for him) made great strides at pushing the Democratic Party to a more progressive agenda. And all of the above issues and others became embraced by the Democratic platform.