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Konick vs. town settlement possible

Attorneys for the town of Washington and the Inn at Little Washington are apparently in talks with local lawyer David Konick, a discussion apparently aimed at resolving the matter of the town’s 2013 participation in a beautification project with the Inn and Trinity Episcopal Church. Meanwhile, a circuit court judge dismisses a sanctions motion filed by The Inn, but also fines Konick $1,000.

The Nov. 3 ballot: 6 races, 5 no-contests, 1 no-candidates

Across Rappahannock County, voters will find six contested positions on their general election ballots on Nov. 3 — and six that are not so contested.

Deputy under investigation

A Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office deputy who resigned May 10 is under investigation by Virginia State Police, according to law enforcement sources.

Boston man charged with indecent exposure

A 32-year-old Boston, Va., man was arrested Monday and charged with indecent exposure after allegedly exposing himself in the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office.

Opinion and letters

Updates on the Foothills Forum’s focus-groups talks with thoughtful Rappahannock residents, and on the Democratic (or not) Republic of Rappnet.

Village columns

Rappahannock honors Jenks and Molly Hobson in the Washington column, and a hospice volunteer, a Gold Top County Ramblers’ road trip and more in the Sperryville column.

Plus . . .

RCHS and Wakefield graduate photos, end-of-year school and sports news and lots of photos, including from Saturday’s “Sherman the Peacemaker” performance at Stone Hill Amphitheatre.


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