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“Untitled.”

Two Rappahannock County students received awards at the prestigious University of Virginia Fralin Museum of Art’s Writer’s Eye 2018 competition. The awards were presented March 17 in Charlottesville. […]

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Rappahannock resident ‘Unlikely Pilgrim’

“Unlikely Pilgrim,” best described as a travelogue, is an account of eleven trips — pilgrimages, actually — taken by two good friends, one of Rappahannock County, over the course of twenty years to rarely traveled regions of the Middle East and Europe. Often spontaneous, always unplanned, Alfred S. “Al” Regnery and his travel companion walked, hitchhiked, bicycled, and on occasion drove to sites rich in the history of Western Civilization, Christianity and Islam. […]

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Ross Chapin’s vision of ‘neighborliness’ includes a post office

“I heard about you trying to keep the post office in town and we had the same problem,” Chapin said at one point, referring to the historic Town of Washington Post Office. “The post office is one of the key central elements that makes small communities work, it’s the gathering place. Well, the federal government doesn’t much give a hoot. […]

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Rappahannock rolls out the red carpet to celebrate romance

Who would have ever thought that people would flock to Rappahannock County to find romance? In fact, so many fervid fans of romance novels descended on Gadino Cellars for Saturday’s “Romancing Rappahannock” author-reader book signing event — featuring nine of the country’s top romance writers. […]

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Best-selling romance authors flocking to county for ‘Romancing Rappahannock’

Nation’s top romance authors for “Romancing Rappahannock,” taking place Thursday, Feb. 28 through Saturday, March 2 at Greenfield Inn Bed & Breakfast in Washington, in collaboration with Katy Regnery, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author, is the creating force behind the fun-filled, two-day fan immersion event with nine best-selling romance writers. […]

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A helping hand for those with ailing children

Last Saturday evening, a group of caring Rappahannock citizens attended a broad-ranging discussion of Dr. Joanna Breyer’s path-breaking new book: “When Your Child Is Sick — a Guide to Navigating the Practical and Emotional Challenges of Caring for a Child who is Very Ill. […]