Politics/Government

BOS to weigh reprimand of BZA member David Konick

Weeks after Rappahannock Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey W. Parker expressed his “concerns” about the personal behavior of Board of Zoning Appeals member David L. Konick, three county supervisors have directed Rappahannock County Attorney Art Goff to draft a letter of rebuke of Konick that if approved would be forwarded to the judge. […]

Art

‘Mastodon’ among us, but framing on

Perhaps the title “artistic woodworker” would be a better fit for Waller, although the thousands of working artists and everyday people who have flocked to the framer’s traveling workshops over the last half century — from his original studio in Foggy Bottom to Mount Gilead, The Plains, Middleburg and now Hume. […]

Transportation/Traffic

Flint Hill gets recognition it deserves

People now visiting Flint Hill for the first time will learn that in 2012 the entire village of 209 people — home to Griffin Tavern, Skyward Cafe, Blue Door Kitchen & Inn, Horse N Hound, Settle’s Cars & Trucks and more — was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. […]

People

Meet Rapp Maintenance Asst. Shaad Hughes

Hughes, who was born in Connecticut and moved to Culpeper County at the age of 13, filled the county’s newly created post of maintenance assistant on April 1st, working under county maintenance manager Ricky Jenkins. “I learn something new under Ricky every day, he’s a great teacher,” says Hughes. […]