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What you will find in the Feb. 5 edition:
Many tax-related issues across the land will no doubt continue to grow more complex in the years to come — but in Rappahannock County this fall, a simple line item for a flat-rate county motor vehicle tax will reappear on most everyone’s tax bills.
More than a dozen government posts in Rappahannock County — from sheriff to supervisors, school board members and soil conservation directors — are up for grabs this fall.
As its executive director moves on to a new post with SCBI, the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation bids her a fond farewell and sets a steady course for the community foundation’s future.
The Inn’s looking for your snapshots from their first year (yes, 1978); Kid Pan Alley performs with a California symphony; the founders explain themselves on Presidents Day in Little Washington; Bel Canto auditions and more in this week’s The Rapp.
Conservation easements and wildlife habitat, subjects of recent Rappahannock News stories, are not the only ways to preserve the county’s open spaces. Here’s another: conservation burial!
There has been a fair amount of speculation lately on what seems to columnist Richard Brady to be a decline in the whitetail deer population that just might have something to do with coyotes.
When foxes keep killing prey after they’ve had a full meal, are they being wasteful or just preparing for hard times? Find out the answer in this week’s “Wild Ideas.”
And . . . 150 Years Ago This Week, School and Sports News, the Crossword and more.
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