PATH Foundation opens 2018 grants cycle

 The charitable PATH Foundation has opened its Annual Program and Planning Grants cycle, with a total of $750,000. Those Rappahannock County organizations that plan to apply for grants must submit a preliminary application — known as a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) — no later than Friday, Nov. 3. […]


Peace in our homes — and schools

Last Thursday, an estimated 500 Rappahannock County Elementary School (RCES) students and staff, dressed in mostly white, gathered on the school’s soccer field and created a human sculpture of a peace sign in honor of the International Day of Peace. […]


Balancing the books on our backs

What REC has not told its customers is that doubling their monthly access charges is a major rearrangement of how the co-op allocates its rates among customers. The changed structure favors customers who consume large amounts of electricity over those who use less. […]


Bugs invade Washington

It was a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Rappahannock, unless you were among the packed crowd at the Little Washington Theatre witnessing nature brought indoors for Doug Tallamy’s lecture, “Making Insects: A guide to restoring the little things that run the world.” […]