Sitting in the boys’ living room with their mother and hearing about the scholarships and honors Austin and Tyler Burdick will be taking with them to the University of Virginia in the fall, a less intrepid reporter might wonder just where these Flint Hill kids went to high school.
The answer to such a dumb question, of course, would be: right here. […]
Thanks to at least two Rappahannock County weather buffs, anyone with an Internet connection can view daily weather statistics for Rappahannock anytime. Dave Yowell of Sperryville and Demaris Miller of Washington both say that a […]
No traffic fatalities occurred in Rappahannock County during the Memorial Day holiday weekend but a 21-year-old Fauquier County man died in a road accident near Shenandoah National Park on May 20.
Did you know that . . . Rock Mills was the site of a holding camp for Confederate deserters rounded up in the area during the Civil War? There once were mills, stores and a post office at Rock Mills, but today it’s just a few houses.
I’m a medium-size, five-year-old dog and I am part Hound, part Lab. That’s a deep, rich, chocolate brindle coat that I wear. My name is Bailey, but I don’t really need a name, because you hardly know that I am there. Some people think I am part cat, because I am so clean and so quiet that I blend into the background.
Often more memorable than the athletic contest itself are the commercials that punctuate the football game on Super Bowl Sunday. The one that continues to play in many people’s minds goes something like this: “Hey, […]
Thanks once again to the generous folks who came through with flying colors to support our Rappahannock County High School Panther Band program on May 22. I’m not surprised. It happens time and time again. […]
On May 24, at the Town Hall, Washington, family and friends celebrated the life of Nona Nielsen Genebach. It was what it was supposed to be, a lighthearted gathering with funny stories and humorous incidents […]
On the evening of Friday, June 10 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The Sunday School of the Washington Baptist Church is entertaining at a reception in honor of Mrs. J. Frank Jones in recognition of her fifty years of faithful service in the primary department. All of her friends and former pupils are cordially invited to attend.
Mary Ann Krammes of Round Hill (right) is presented the First-Place Award for creating the Rappahannock County Garden Club yearbook by club president Mary Collins. Krammes competed with all garden clubs in the Virginia Federation of Garden Clubs to achieve her first-place award for the 2009-2010 yearbook. […]
These Rappahannock County home and land transfers were recorded in the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office from May 21 to May 27: Jackson Dieter Schillinger to Dieter Schellinger and others, 9.995 acres, deed of […]
On Thursday, June 3, the Rappahannock County Water and Sewer Authority will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Rappahannock County courthouse on Gay Street. On Tuesday, June 8, the Rappahannock County School Board will meet […]