We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who played a part in this year’s Rappahannock Night at Camp Fantastic. Once again, it was a huge success! The committee — Sandra Jenkins, Marie […]
Submitted by Tom Tepper, Castleton.
The family of Herbert Wayne Jenkins would like to thank all their friends, relatives and church family for their cards, food and prayers following the passing of their son and brother. A special thank you […]
I want to thank everyone for the prayers, cards, flowers and donations. while I was at the University of Virginia hospital and the Fontaine Center in Charlottesville. I especially want to thank Robin Rider and […]
The Premier Soccer Camp was recently held at Wakefield Country Day School, Flint Hill, and my thanks go out to all whose efforts made it successful: Kathleen Groves, Mike Costello, Tanyon Lee and Amrit Tamang, […]
Few challenges that Virginia’s 373,000 family forestland owners face are more important than the issue of passing the forest on to the following generation. Many forest owners want to preserve their lands but don’t know […]
As many fellow Rappahannock residents know, Bill Baker of Sperryville worked many long, cold, hot, rainy and dry hours at Flatwood Recycling Center in Washington for 10 years. Many may know him for his devotion […]
Last week during the discussion as to scenic river designation for the Hazel, concern over our water resources finally clicked. At one time our rivers were our highways and produced all our power in Rappahannock […]
The heat is on. And the precipitation is not. That’s the story now and here in Rappahannock County. Things could be worse. Things can always be worse, of course: there’s consolation, if not rainfall, in […]
Congratulations to Skyler Owens. We were proud to see the nice article on her in the Rappahannock News. We enjoyed having her as an enthusiastic seventh and eighth grader at Belle Meade School. It was […]
You can feel a lot better about yourself and your circumstances if you will just clean out something. A drawer. A shelf somewhere in the house. Part of the garage. A section of the shed.
Just clean and dust and you will feel better — summer heat, or no. […]
Thank you for running The Rapp article about meat donations to the pantry. We would have acknowledged the donors then but only learned their names the day the newspaper appeared. I would like to thank […]
Two decisions in the coming days, seemingly minor in the larger scheme of things, will actually reveal what kind of world we wish to bequeath to our children and grandchildren. One decision will be made […]
It is at my own hazard that I cross pens with the Duke of Sperryville, but being as this is Rappahannock County where the tradition of Virginia’s colorful eccentrics lives on, I’ll take another stab […]
Thank you for your article on Lyme Disease; awareness of this insidious disease is crucial. However, some information in the article was misleading. Less then 20 percent of all Lyme patients present the classic bull’s […]