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Wednesday, Mar. 16 | Sports
Fauquier’s Allen Creasy named VIAAA Athletic Administrator of the Year
It doesn’t come with a day off, but Allen Creasy will nonetheless accept the Virginia Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association award for 2010 Athletic Administrator of the Year in the Virginia High School League Group AA classification. | More »
Wednesday, Mar. 16 | Education | People
Local scout gives back to international community
Giving back to the community is an international affair for 15-year-old Nicholas Kulick of Warrenton, whose Eagle Scout Service Project will supply Enkijape Primary School in Loitokitok, Kenya with its first taste of technology this June. | More »
Wednesday, Mar. 16 | Sports
Kettle Run boys soccer team looks deep and dangerous
The Kettle Run Cougars can’t possibly replicate their rate of improvement from last boys soccer season. That, however, has nothing to do with talent and everything to do with mathematics. | More »
Wednesday, Mar. 16 | Sports
Liberty Eagles beat Grafton in girls basketball state quarterfinal
The Liberty Eagles’ state tournament game against Grafton did not come down to one exhilarating shot. It did, however, come down to one essential decision: help less on defense or remain helpless against 3-point sharpshooter Olivia Wilson. | More »
Sunday, Mar. 13 | Public Safety
Three charged after highway traffic stop
A traffic stop on Interstate 66 near Marshall results in drug and weapon charges | More »
Saturday, Mar. 12 | Government
Unopposed, four supervisors to seek reelection in November
So far, Fauquier County supervisors Terry Nyhous, Center District, Peter Schwartz, Marshall District, Chester Stribling, Lee District, and Holder Trumbo, Scott District, are unopposed on the fall ballot. | More »
Saturday, Mar. 12 | Government
Rappahannock County OKs cell towers
In a four-to-one vote Monday night, the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors cleared the way for AT&T to construct a 199-foot cell tower behind Rappahannock High School in accordance with a revised plan meant to address concerns about the poles. | More »
Saturday, Mar. 12 | Education | Government
School board hears redistricting plan
The Fauquier County School Board is considering a redistricting plan, which would affect 10 out of the 11 elementary schools in the county and shift 555 students to different schools. | More »
Saturday, Mar. 12 | Education
Students urged to ‘W8 2 TXT’ at Kettle Run High
In a campaign known as "W8 2 TXT," Kettle Run High School will encourage all students to sign a pledge to stop texting while driving. | More »
Saturday, Mar. 12 | Business
Washington appointed to education board
Marie E. Washington, an associate with the law office of Mark B. Williams, PLC, has been appointed to the Virginia State Bar’s Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board by the Supreme Court of Virginia. | More »
Saturday, Mar. 12 | Public Safety
Culpeper man faces felony charge
State police charged a Culpeper man with child endangerment after he allegedly failed to restrain his young son while riding in a speeding van last week. | More »

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