Approaching six months in office, Curry is rolling Rappahannock in the right direction

“I’m in a good spot,” Curry reflects. “We’re here in the new building. It’s great to have the space that we have to entertain meetings, we’re not on top of each other, and we can be more productive. On the flip side I would rather be in town, close to where the action is happening in the county offices, where I can drop in more easily, be a more visible presence. […]


The Consent Agenda

All board members have a responsibility for making sure that consent agenda items are distributed in enough time to review them prior to the meeting. Each board member also has a responsibility to read and review consent agenda items and address any concerns prior to the meeting. This means Do Your Homework. […]


Godspeed, Father Tuck

St. Peter Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus hosted a well-attended potluck picnic on Sunday in honor of the retiring Father Horace “Tuck” Grinnell, the celebration that featured hot dogs, brats, burgers and assorted tasty potluck dishes. […]

Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane for June 14

August 12, 1998
Jacqueline and Steve Soaper’s new Rosebud Cottage on Main Street, Sperryville, evokes images of a more elegant and bygone era — of afternoon tea, lace doilies, and romantic gardens. “I likes things that are Victorian or feel Victorian,” explained Jacqueline Soaper. […]

The Rapp

The Rapp for June 14

A reminder that Copperheads most often appear at sunset and just after dark, particularly after it’s rained; beware of funny money from Culpeper; Colleen O’Bryant of Wild Roots Apothecary figuring prominently in a New York Times article; and Park waives fees for Park Neighbor Day this Saturday. […]