This week’s Rappahannock News (Dec. 6)

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Driver charged in fatal crash

Virginia State Police trooper Paul Domingoes filed a reckless driving charge Tuesday against the driver of the vintage sports car that plowed into a group of motorcyclists, killing one and injuring several others.

Billing for EMS service proposed

Rappahannock County’s Board of Supervisors entertained a proposal Monday to start billing insurance companies for ambulance trips made by the county’s all-volunteer emergency medical service (EMS) squads, in an effort to offset the rising costs of such services.

The Rapp for Dec. 6

Some highlights from the calendar this weekend, the Kopjanksi college fundraiser, the high school’s winter concert and raffle, more famous Rappahannock residents and an extension to fire season in this week’s Rapp.

Christmas, coming around the corner

Lots of photos from Sunday’s Christmas in Little Washington Festival and Parade

Plus . . .

A Wild Ideas column on the house mouse, a new Quibbles & Quark comic, the latest news from our correspondents in Amissville, Sperryville and Washington, alumni basketball winners, holiday blues advice and more. Really, it’s hard to believe you can get all of this for less than the cost of an iced tea at Quicke Mart — or even less if you subscribe.

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