• #1 - Virus Brings Changes To County Fairs
  • #2 - Menno Simons’ Librarian Retires After 51 Years
  • #3 - Tyranny For Our Own Good
  • #4 - Rx For Senate: More Doctors
  • #5 - D.C. Appeals Court Right


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  • Virus Brings Changes To County Fairs

    HARRISONBURG — The recent outbreak of a livestock disease will bring changes to some area county fairs. Read More

  • Menno Simons’ Librarian Retires After 51 Years

    HARRISONBURG — After more than half a century, Lois Bowman has retired from her post in the Menno Simons Historical Library at Eastern Mennonite University. Read More

  • Report: Fewer Visitors To SNP In 2013

    HARRISONBURG — Following a countrywide trend, visits to national parks in Virginia and their economic impact were down last year, according to a report by the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Park Service. Read More

  • Rugby Tough

    HARRISONBURG — On a warm summer afternoon with plenty of sunshine and a nice, light breeze, 14 grown men gathered on a football field at Harrisonburg High School and proceeded to gracefully beat the tar out of each other. Read More

  • Scoop Against Scoop

    HARRISONBURG — If you like homemade ice cream and are partial to helping provide educational opportunities for people, May Supply Co. is holding an event you won’t want to miss. Read More

  • Warner To Make Valley Stop

    Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Warner will make a campaign stop in Woodstock this week. Read More

  • Elkton Looking To Develop Community Center

    ELKTON — It’s been eight years since they helped bring the Elkton Area Community Center into fruition, but Friends of the Elkton Area Community Center are looking to get involved again. Read More

  • New Market’s Schultz Theatre Plans Stage, Lighting Upgrades

    NEW MARKET — Schultz Theatre can proceed with repairs to its stage floor and lighting system, thanks to a Local Government Challenge grant from the Virginia Commission of the Arts. Read More

  • City To Host Kids Try-Athlon

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg’s Parks and Recreation Department is hoping to entice area kids to try new things this summer, such as swimming, biking and running. Read More

  • Annual Tri-County Fair Under Way

    PETERSBURG, W.Va. — For 94 years, the Tri-County Fair has been a cherished homecoming in Grant, Hardy and Pendleton counties showcasing the best in homemade, homegrown and family fun. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: A New Wave Of Stormwater Regs

    HARRISONBURG — Developer Jerry Scripture installed fire-suppression systems in college student housing he built two decades ago. Read More


  • Encore: From Tech To The Pool

    HARRISONBURG – Aaron Glick and the other cadets in training lost cell-phone privileges and even had their watches taken away for a rigorous first week of ROTC training in Blacksburg last August. Read More


    HARRISONBURG – Jeff Conley is simply hoping to be noticed. Read More

  • Turks Take Pennant

    HARRISONBURG – Harrisonburg will officially be the No. 1 seed when the Valley Baseball League playoffs begin Tuesday. Read More

  • D-Backs Clinch

    STUARTS DRAFT – Ryan Cooper, who played all three bases defensively, went 3-for-4 with a home run and five RBIs as Stuarts Draft out-slugged Elkton 14-11 to win its second straight Rockingham County Baseball League pennant on Sunday. Read More

  • Softball All-Stars Eliminated

    CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – The 9- and 10-year-old Bridgewater Little League softball all-stars defeated South Carolina 12-2 on Saturday before being eliminated with back-to-back losses against North Carolina and Florida at the Tournament of State Champions. Read More


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