Mr. Garrett repeatedly says that he is for the environment and for jobs. Good. He can throw his support behind the complete funding for the EPA and its role in the Chesapeake Bay Clean-up.
We are forwarding this to you in the hopes that you can pass it along to the Historical Society. We have been unable to contact them and are in the process of "lifting" our bulbs for the season.
As a former public school superintendent, I used to get a lot of grief from my school board colleagues about my media philosophy. Short, simple, it was then and remains today: "Tell the truth, tell it first, tell it often."
The session was conducted by Maria J.K. Everett, Executive Director and Senior Attorney of the Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council. Her two hour presentation, including lively questions and answers, was thoroughly enjoyable.
Warm days, Food Pantry gala success, CCLC Pre-K grads, and Mother's Day memories — with one special mother (and daughter) inducted into the inducted into the Fauquier Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
Ranked 53rd in the state out of over 300 public high schools in Virginia, RCHS earned a U.S. News “Silver Medal” based on its performance on state-required tests and on how well RCHS prepares its students for college.
Rappahannock County Administrator Debbie Keyser is inviting the public to a fitting send-off next Wednesday, May 24, from 3 to 5 p.m., honoring longtime county “workhorse” Richie Burke.
RCHS' varsity track takes the headlines again on the strength of their outstanding performances at last week’s Bull Run District Track Championship; and updates on softball, baseball and soccer teams. WCDS wins grant to build an in-school film studio.
Saturday: dedication day for displaced mountain people memorial; Relay for Life Bus Pull at the elementary school; “Kids to Parks Day” at Shenandoah. Sunday: Italian pianist Rimoldi at Castleton and a free Mozart performance at at Little Washington Theatre.
Unedited video of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) training session held by Maria J.K. Everett, executive director and senior attorney of the Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council, 7 p.m, Wednesday, May 11, at the Rappahannock County courthouse.
The Rappahannock County School Board will hold a special called meeting on Tuesday, May 23, at 6 p.m. in the conference room at the School Board Office; Foothills Forum Board meets May 25, at the 4-H Conference Room.
Nov. 15, 1995: Frances W. Eldred, the Chief Magistrate for the 20th Judicial Circuit for the past 10 years, has resigned her position effective Nov. 30. Prior to that she served as a magistrate in Rappahannock County starting in 1976.
The costs cited with the following permit applications are estimates: William Magee, Amissville, dwelling, $220,000 — Derek Capizzi, Castleton, in-ground pool, $75,000.
Friday, May 12: 7:23 a.m. — Mount Marshall Road, Washington, structure fire, companies 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7. 8:44 a.m. — Aaron Mountain Road, Castleton, difficulty breathing, companies 3 and 5.
“It’s a different world,” County Interim Superintendent Dr. Blair put it plainly. Change has come so drastically that Blair said school officials have even debated whether to allow students to bring backpacks into the classrooms during school hours.
Local realtor of was found not guilty of assault Tuesday in County District Court. Judge Ashwell, ruled that inconsistencies in witness testimony created enough reasonable doubt as to the actual circumstances surrounding the charge.