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Building Permits

Courthouse Row for Oct. 23

Home/land transfers The following home and land transfers were recorded at the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office Oct. 10-16: Jackson Eastern Investments LLC to Charles F. Wilson and Christine C. Wilson, husband and wife, […]

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Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane for Oct. 23

May 16, 1974 Robert W. Smith of Utica, Mich., and his wife were overnight visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Nethers of Sperryville. The two men were Army buddies in 1945 on Company E., 175th Regiment of […]

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Meetings and Notices

Meetings and notices for Oct. 23

People Incorporated is seeking volunteers to work with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program. Volunteers are needed in several capacities for the site in Warrenton (which also serves Rappahannock County taxpayers). Volunteers will be trained […]


County revisits, sheriff defends budget

Near the end of last week’s monthly supervisors session, County Administrator John McCarthy had asked Sheriff Connie C. Smith to be present for a follow-up discussion of the sheriff’s office budget after the RSW Regional Jail had been open for three or four months. […]

Crime & Courts

Four months for credit card fraud

In criminal court proceedings Oct. 2 in Rappahannock County Circuit Court, Rudy Gomez-Santoyo was sentenced to four months in jail on two felony counts — of credit card fraud and using a credit card without the card owner’s permission. […]

Printmaker Maggie Rogers’ eye-catching designs utilize the complex 15th century “intaglio” process.

Three artists, three mediums

Interested in finding out how an artist finds passion in different mediums? Then you’ll want to visit the studios of Linda Tarry, Hans Gerhard and Margaret “Maggie” Rogers during the 10th annual Artists of Rappahannock Open Studio and Gallery Tour (Nov. 1-2). […]


Inside this week’s News (Oct. 16)

This week’s headlines include: County revisits, sheriff defends budget • Culpeper man charged in four-car crash • The Rapp for Oct. 16 • Settlement for Stonyman? • Three artists, three mediums • Editorial: Centennial close to home • Wild Ideas: Fine weather and great fall outings • and more. […]

One of the glass-on-glass works made at Candace Clough’s last workshop at Mullany Studio School.

The Rapp for Oct. 16

It’s shaping up to be a busy weekend, as “No Ordinary Person” returns to the RAAC Community Theatre with a two-night show, while Gilbert & Sullivan return to the Theatre and much more; meanwhile, Gray Ghost increases its medal count and more in this week’s Rapp column. […]


Centennial close to home

This year marks the centennial of the start of World War I. But this year also marks the centennial of a powerful idea hatched here in the United States demonstrating a better side of human behavior — a simple idea hatched by Frederick Goff. […]

Winners from the eighth annual WCDS 5K Fun Run pose at the finish line Oct. 4 with their respective medals.
From the Rappahannock News

School & sports news for Oct. 16

A complete Panthers sports update; Wakefield athletes of the month, 5K finishers and sports recaps; Chelsea Academy news; and a new grant helps the Owls “Keep Virginia Beautiful” in this week’s school and sports news. […]