By Roger Piantadosi/Rappahannock News

Delayed delivery

The fate of the U.S. Post Office in Washington remains unclear — although Sue Brennan, a spokesperson for the Postal Service in that other Washington, said Wednesday that “local management is working with the landlord to lease other space in the same building as the current post office.” […]

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Hunting and Fishing

Healing Waters help

On a cool Saturday morning in late April, Wakefield Country Day School students, faculty members and a parent volunteer helped with a Wounded Warriors project in Madison County, helping set up a Healing Waters Project. […]

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Gallery: Mansion on Mount Salem

For Rappahannock County High School’s Junior/Senior Prom April 18, a crew of dedicated volunteers turned the Washington School into a 1920s ballroom for an evening of glitz and glamour at a Gatsby-inspired “mansion.” […]

By Ginnie Busick

Mountain family trees

Rappahannock and nearby residents from mountain families who once lived on land in Shenandoah National Park tell their stories at last weekend’s Rappahannock’s Mountain Heritage event co-sponsored by the Piedmont Environmental Council and the Rappahannock Historical Society. […]