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What you will find in the DEC. 17 Rappahannock News:
A 22-year-old Chester Gap man is being held without bond at RSW Regional Jail this week after police say he unintentionally shot and killed his girlfriend, Brittney Koster, at home just after midnight Tuesday.
More Pantry space needed
The Rappahannock Food Pantry is looking to have larger quarters by 2017. The important thing, says manager Mimi Forbes, is that the Pantry isn’t going away.
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An 88-year-old Rappahannock man died after he was trapped beneath his truck at Flatwood Recycling Center. (Note: The print edition had already gone to press when this report of rescuers working diligently to free the man turned tragic.)
Avon Hall: To carve or not to carve
After more than a year of long and thoughtful discussions of the future of the town-owned former Avon Hall estate — the latest of which took up most of its monthly meeting Monday night — the Washington Town Council moved another step closer to putting the nine-acre tract on the market early next year. Or, possibly, one or more pieces of it.
Crash-related felony charges sent to grand jury
In Rappahannock County District Court this Tuesday, the case of 26-year-old Haymarket motorcyclist Rajesh Pramod Patil, charged with eluding/disregarding police, a felony, was certified to the grand jury.
Why do dogs have a such a great sense of smell? Find out in this week’s Wild Ideas column.
Plus: the Washington and Sperryville columns, Events, the Crossword and more.
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