At a “Teen Summit” last month at the high school, school and community prevention officials released the results of a survey of sixth- through 12th-graders last spring that indicated that alcohol and drug use in […]
Parents of Rappahannock High seniors attending last weekend’s Senior Banquet — a dinner and local tradition at the school paid for and served by teachers and staff, with decorations handled by parents — pretty much […]
Rappahannock public schools yesterday offered the job of athletics/activities director to Jamie Harris, a physical education teacher who made an impressive debut in his first year coaching varsity wrestling and softball teams at the high […]
“Keeping the momentum from our last two games was our goal,” Coach Jamie Harris said after the Rappahannock County High School Lady Panthers aced a first-round rematch with George Mason, 5-0, on the road Monday night […]
After a lengthy season that began in mid-March, the RCHS coed varsity track team earned plenty of bragging rights.
The team’s final meet of the season was on May 12 at George Mason High School. Several Panthers came away with accolades and awards on Mustang turf. […]
In a disappointing trio of games, Rappahannock County High School’s varsity baseball team lost last Thursday to Manassas Park, Friday to Clarke County and again to Manassas Park in the first District playoff on Monday. […]
As the rest of world “globalizes” into one huge fast-food outlet and discount-shopping mall, we here in Rappahannock County can take pride and comfort in our backward ways. And that includes looking backwards. We understand […]
A note from Wayne Baldwin: The Bolen Cemetery in Washington was officially established with a deed made and recorded and designation of trustees on March 15, 1916. The cemetery measures roughly 200 by 180 feet. […]
Memorial Day is a federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. Formerly known as Decoration Day, it commemorates American men and women who died while in military service. First enacted to honor Union […]
As many in our county know, it takes an incredible amount of effort to organize a successful fundraiser.
A great number of folks and businesses made a difference in this year’s Rappahannock Evening View, sponsored by the Rappahannock County Conservation Alliance (RCCA). […]
Like many Rappahannock residents, we first met Ester Settle at the store. It was hard to fill the car with gasoline without also filling the children with snacks. And the vehicle you bought from Settle’s […]
Due to the failing economy and decline in business, American Image Salon in Washington has closed after four years. I’d like to thank all my loyal and faithful customers for their support and encouragement during […]
50 years ago May 26, 1960 Top scholastic honors at Rappahannock County High School have been awarded to Walter B. Kilby, valedictorian and Elizabeth Latham, salutatorian. Walter B., son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kilby […]
They’re young, successful and ambitious, and they need your help. Three local high school students — Austen Cloud, Tessa Crews and Malcolm Perry — need a financial boost to grow and learn this summer beyond […]