The moon as seen from near the summit of Old Rag Mountain.

The Rapp for Feb. 27

Our Fourth (Estate) Friday continues tomorrow at the Cafe, Hunt Harris’ Mary’s Rock and moonlit hikes resume, RAAC screens “Enough Said,” Donna LaPre teaches a needle felting class, balalaika music returns to the Theatre and more in this week’s Rapp column. […]


Editorial: Weather why’s, chapter 2

A couple of weeks ago an editorial in this space pointed out that bitterly cold weather here in Rappahannock County didn’t contradict the scientific consensus on global warming. Now, that anecdotal evidence is matched by the latest numbers from NOAA. […]

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Letter: Balancing the costs

Walter Nicklin, in last week’s editorial, “Women are people, too,” would have us believe that those who seek to restrict access to contraception and abortion are taking “extreme positions on women’s rights.” The World Health […]

Andrew Haley and Keir Whitson at the American Birkebeiner ski marathon in Wisconsin last weekend.
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Washington column for Feb. 27

Andrew Haley and Keir Whitson complete the American Birkebeiner, Aging Together’s caregiver training begins March 5, “Friends and Neighbors” continues at the Inn, the Book Barn offers a DVD sale and Ecumenical Lenten services rotate through area churches in this week’s Washington column. […]