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Wednesday, Jan. 18 | Sports
Fauquier’s 18 century scorer
School retires number of brainy Barrett after her 100th field hockey goal | More »
Tuesday, Jan. 17 | General | People
Library cataloger celebrates 25th anniversary
There are two things Mary McGee cannot imagine life without: books and organization. | More »
Tuesday, Jan. 17 | Business
Fauquier Livestock Exchange extends reach to Culpeper
Under its lease with the Culpeper livestock exchange, the Fauquier organization will hold sales on the first Friday of the month | More »
Monday, Jan. 16 | Government
Residents boiling over bad water
Earthquake damage forced WSA to issue boil water notice | More »
Monday, Jan. 16 | Public Safety
Warrenton gets new top cop
It’s official; acting Warrenton Police Chief Lou Battle is now the town’s top cop. He has been acting chief since his predecessor, Chief Connie Novak, retired last year. | More »
Sunday, Jan. 15
Rev. Dr. Eugene Johnson featured as keynote MLK Day speaker
The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be celebrated at two events Monday in Warrenton. | More »
Saturday, Jan. 14 | General | People
Dr. Servideo retires after 30 years at Fauquier Hospital
Servideo has watched the emergency department grow from a four-room, six-bed center that served 10,000 patients in 1977, to the 29-bed, state-of-the-art facility that served 35,000 patients last year | More »
Friday, Jan. 13
The ‘Man Who Came to Dinner’ brings comic relief to FCT stage
The 1930s-era play revolves around an egotistical cultural critic and radio personality who overstays his welcome on a dinner visit to a Midwestern home | More »
Friday, Jan. 13 | Sports
Virginia Tech, UVa, Maryland all courting Teller
Liberty High junior lineman Wyatt Teller has garnered 10 scholarship offers from NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision teams, and Liberty coach Tommy Buzzo expects the offers to keep rolling in | More »
Friday, Jan. 13 | Public Safety
Lucky Hill Road resident sees no need for speed
Beth Swift thinks it’s only a matter of time before someone gets killed | More »
Thursday, Jan. 12 | Education
Virginia Schools Earn High Marks from ‘Education Week’
Schools in the commonwealth rank fourth in the nation in overall educational quality, according to an announcement by "Education Week," a leading national education journal. | More »

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