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Winter or spring?

Freezing fog enveloped lower elevations of Rappahannock County late last week, transforming hillsides like this one in Gid Brown Hollow into a frosty shimmering white. Much needed rainfall and warmer temperatures arrived for the weekend. […]

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They grow up so fast…

Jessica Jenkins shared this photo of a recent scene in teacher Jennifer Deal’s classroom at Rappahannock County Elementary School. To celebrate 100 days of school, the first graders, including Jenkins’ son Wyatt (with the walker), dressed up as more senior citizens. […]

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Park from every angle

Kevin H. Adams, Shenandoah National Park’s 2017 artist in residence, appears alongside Susan Sherman, executive director of the Shenandoah National Park Trust, at Saturday evening’s unveiling of Adams’ impressive 40 works from his residency. […]

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A toast to Don Winland

“The news of Don’s death has hit our community like a blow to the gut,” wrote Griffin Tavern owner Debbie Donehey (right), in advance of a well-attended “toast” the tavern hosted last Friday evening to well-known Flint Hill area resident Don Winland. […]

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Quarter ton of food

“What a community we have!” remarked Van Carney, who with brothers Lain and Jennings operate the popular Pen Druid Brewery. “The show of support was incredible.” Referring to the brewery-hosted Boxing Day (Dec. 26) fundraiser benefiting the Rappahannock Food Pantry. […]