School/Education News

JP baseball takes field three times

The Rappahannock Junior Panther Boys Baseball team took the field for three games this season. Head coach L. B. Settle, an RCHS alumnus, and assistant coach Donald O’Meara led the boys to a 1-2 record. […]

Art

Calendar: Rapp Happenings

The Rapp Happenings section lists events, generally in Rappahannock County, on a space-available basis. (The rappnews.com Web site will always list all calendar items we receive.) If your event absolutely must appear in the paper, […]

School/Education News

A low-volume budget hearing

A public hearing held Monday evening on the proposed budgets of Rappahannock County and its school system was a mostly polite affair without fireworks, but with an undercurrent of deep division over how much influence […]

Art

Reunion Rites

At the “Across the Years” Rappahannock High School student/staff reunion attended by some 200 people last weekend at Sperryville’s Link community center, most of the rites of passage of high school reunions were followed — […]

Agriculture

Bureau-to-Table

Headwaters Foundation’s Farm-to-Table program at Rappahannock County Public Schools receives a $12,000 donation from the Rappahannock Farm Bureau. Farm-to-Table instructor Trista Scheurlein (center) and Headwaters executive director Toni Egger (left) accept the check presented by […]

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School/Education News

Superintendent signs on

The Rappahannock County school board signed up a new superintendent Tuesday. He’ll have plenty to do when he starts July 1, but it looks as if his predecessor, through June 30, will be just as […]

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Editorials

Editorial: Who pays for higher education?

Rappahannock high-schoolers are likely looking at a tougher time getting into state colleges than their predecessors faced — plus higher tuition and fewer classes if they do get in. That’s because of Virginia’s ever-shrinking higher-education […]