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Wednesday, Apr. 22
Solar farm would destroy livelihood of neighboring business
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Wednesday, Apr. 22
You can’t have commercial growth without more rooftops
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Wednesday, Apr. 22
Remington solar farm could be a game-changer for Fauquier
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Wednesday, Apr. 22
Fast-track voting costs trade agreements needed scrutiny
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Wednesday, Apr. 22
Conservation easements go to the right places
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Wednesday, Apr. 15
Cedar Run supervisor candidate shows his business acumen
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Wednesday, Apr. 15
Thanks to lawmakers who worked in defense of farm eggs
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Wednesday, Apr. 15
It is ‘Christ-like’ to obey the law and deny entry to immigrants
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Wednesday, Apr. 15
Fauquier GOP strife pushes candidate to run as an independent
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Wednesday, Apr. 15
Newspaper should not speculate on impact of rail extension
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Carbon dioxide is good for the environment
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Shuttle driver’s behavior tarnishes transit service
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Censorship of Falconer story not a clear-cut case
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Social security as ID is a slippery slope
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
County salaries make low-effort millionaires
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Nursing center gave loving care to a parent and honored veteran
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Censorship sets bad precedent for Fauquier High leadership
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Sheriff’s candidate would bring new vision to law enforcement
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Gerhardt’s Catlett sewer financing proposal makes sense
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Majority favor Casanova cell tower
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
Expand the base of the Fauquier GOP
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Wednesday, Apr. 8
County leaders should move on Arrington development
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Wednesday, Mar. 25
Cedar Run District contender would help keep Fauquier green
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Wednesday, Mar. 25
Sewer proposal would bring crime and taxes to village
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Wednesday, Mar. 25
Fauquier High’s principal made wrong decision in censoring article
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Wednesday, Mar. 25
Sheriff’s candidate treated victim of crime with respect and empathy
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Wednesday, Mar. 25
Too often, Americans show ingratitude for what they have received
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Wednesday, Mar. 25
Proposed Catlett sewer fees would help both county and residents
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Wednesday, Mar. 11
Sheriff’s candidate showed kindness and compassion as a Fauquier deputy
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Wednesday, Mar. 11
Virginia’s lawmakers passed a budget that works for you
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Wednesday, Mar. 11
A smaller cell tower would still serve Casanova just fine
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Wednesday, Mar. 11
Piedmont Symphony’s young artists put on spellbinding performance
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Wednesday, Mar. 4
Deputy salaries exceed compensation board pay
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Wednesday, Mar. 4
Mobile phone coverage isn’t a luxury, but a matter of public safety
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Wednesday, Mar. 4
Columnist claims GOP affiliation, but donations tell different story
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