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Monday, Dec. 12 | General | People
Goldvein’s Grove Baptist honored on 200th anniversary
A long-standing community fixture in Goldvein was honored for it’s longevity and contributions to local society this week when it received a proclamation from the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors | More »
Monday, Dec. 12 | General
Diana Norris hired by PEC
As Fauquier County field officer, Norris brings to the job a strong professional credentials and a broad understanding of the county, according to PEC President Chris Miller | More »
Thursday, Dec. 8 | Sports
Radford’s persistence won Taylor’s signature
Jordan Taylor signed a national letter of intent last Wednesday to play for the Radford University baseball team, accepting a full athletic scholarship from the D-I school. | More »
Thursday, Dec. 8 | Sports
Softball pitcher hopes to shine as George Mason freshman
By accepting a full athletic scholarship to the D-I school, she ensured a place for her plaque on the wall of Fauquier’s Hall of Fame room. | More »
Wednesday, Dec. 7 | Education
Falcon Marching Band scores among the top 10 in nation
Fauquier’s 43-member marching band traveled to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., to compete in the event against a hand-selected group of other bands from across the country. | More »
Wednesday, Dec. 7 | General | People
Warrenton family lends support to people of Haiti
The Allens are on a mission, helping teenage girls and soccer clubs in an area where people who live in mud huts are considered well off | More »
Monday, Dec. 5 | Business
Whitener looks to reopen grill in fall of 2012
It will cost about $400,000 to rebuild the restaurant at the Fauquier Livestock Exchange near Marshall, according to cook Kevin Whitener. | More »
Friday, Dec. 2 | Sports
The last line of defense
Kettle Run and James Monroe both score points off turnovers, but only one will advance to the title game | More »
Thursday, Dec. 1 | Education
New math classes coming to high schools
Two new mathematics courses will be available to Fauquier County high school students next school year, according to a well-received proposal presented to school board members at Monday’s work session. | More »
Thursday, Dec. 1 | Public Safety
Warrenton PD gains state accreditation
By successfully completing the re-accreditation process, the Warrenton Police Department retained its standing as one of 85 state-accredited law enforcement agencies in Virginia. | More »
Wednesday, Nov. 30 | Education
Kettle Run students serve others with disabilities
Students in Kettle Run High School’s Agriculture Machinery II class are putting the finishing touches on a month-long project designed to meet the sensory needs of autistic and intellectually disabled students at their school. | More »

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