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Sperryville: Another stellar fire department parade

A very, very special “thank you” goes out to all who participated in the Sperryville Volunteer Fire Department parade Friday evening (June 18). This was a joyous evening that gave us the opportunity to thank those who, day in and day out, risk their lives to save ours. […]

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Sperryville: Honoring our heroes

Memorial Day is a federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. Formerly known as Decoration Day, it commemorates American men and women who died while in military service. First enacted to honor Union […]

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Sperryville: Delightful Blue Rock brunch

The inspiration and influence of executive chef-consultant Gerard Pangaud guides the delectable French-inspired menu at the Blue Rock Inn while the execution by chef Rachel Rowland is sumptuous and elegant. At Sunday brunch Chef Roger’s […]

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Sperryville: Village’s sidewalk is lovely again

The brick sidewalk at the pedestrian bridge that was so badly damaged during the winter snows has been repaired thanks to the hard work of Nick Rustig. Special thanks go to Jerome Niessen for assigning him to our community project! As you walk by to see the great work Nick did, you may see Charles Dodson weeding or mowing . It is volunteer work such as this that helps keep our village shining! […]

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School/Education News

Sperryville: RCES’s watershed memories

Sixty-five Rappahannock County Elementary School (RCES) sixth-graders have been participating in a four-week program to learn about watersheds, water assessments and pollution sources. It culminated March 31, with a half-day “Meaningful Watershed Experience” on the […]

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Sperryville RCES’s watershed experience

Lucky sixth-grade students at RCES, thanks to the Culpeper Soil & Water Conservation District and its partners, on Wednesday experienced along the Thornton River the final phase of what has been a four-week classroom experience […]