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SFD Monitors Hopeful Funds

Updated: 03/05/2007 - A Valley fire department is monitoring the situation in hopes of applying for a new grant.

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Legislation Targeted at VDOT

Posted: 09/13/2006 - House Republican leaders say they're backing legislation to require the Virginia Department of Transportation to pursue private sector help for road building.

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Meningitis Death

Updated: 09/13/2006 - Bacterial meningitis took the life of University of Virginia student Jennifer Leigh Wells of Charlottesville on Sunday.

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Retiree Housing

Updated: 09/12/2006 - While new homes sales are slowing across the country, growth continues here in the valley. ome new housing developments may not be attracting families, but people 55 and older.

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Christmas Tree Fungus

Updated: 09/12/2006 - The Grinch isn't the only one trying to steal Christmas. A fungus is killing Christmas Trees throughout Southwest Virginia and here in the Valley, it could affect your holiday decorating plans.

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AYPs Overall a Success in Staunton

Updated: 09/12/2006 - Staunton is making the grade when it comes to No Child Left Behind, although there were a couple of blemishes.

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Cable Is Able

Updated: 09/12/2006 - Waynesboro residents may soon have the option of changing the channel on local cable providers.

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JMU Professor Speaks About U.S. Intelligence

Glen Hastedt

Updated: 09/12/2006 - A James Madison University professor says that the United States intelligence community has not made all the right changes to keep us safer from terrorism since 9/11.

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James Madison Remembers

Updated: 09/12/2006 - James Madison University students and professors remembered 9/11 with a candle light vigil and speakers.

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Teaching the Events of 9/11

Updated: 09/11/2006 - For many Americans it's hard to forget 9/11, but how do you explain the attacks to kids who were too young to recall what happened five years ago?

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Patriotism

Updated: 09/11/2006 - September 11th was also a day that brought Americans closer together, reuniting our sense of pride for the country. Five years ago, Americans hung flags everywhere, on store fronts, houses, and on cars, but is that sense of patriotism still strong?

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Only Time Will Heal

Posted: 09/11/2006 - They say only time can heal your wounds.

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We Remember

Updated: 09/11/2006 - It's hard to believe that the tragedies of 9/11 happened five years ago...

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Woman Drowns

Updated: 09/11/2006 - Waynesboro police are investigating the death of a woman Sunday night.

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Police Investigate Shooting

Posted: 09/11/2006 - Charlottesville City officials say a University of Virginia undergrad student was shot early Sunday morning.

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Are We Safer Five Years Later?

Updated: 09/11/2006 - It's a question being heard a lot today: Are we safer now than on September 11, 2001?

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Power Plans

Dominion  Power

Posted: 09/10/2006 - Dominion Virginia Power is planning to build a high voltage power line designed to help rising energy needs in the northern Virginia area.

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Allen Attends Diversity Rally

Posted: 09/10/2006 - Senator George Allen gave a rousing speech at a rally designed to show diversity in Alexandria Saturday.

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Americans Remember

Updated: 09/10/2006 - Although the September eleventh terrorist attacks struck New York City, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania, people here in the Valley are still impacted by the tragic event. Some people in Harrisonburg say this was a life-changing event.

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Support Our Troops Fundraiser

Updated: 09/09/2006 - With 9-11 on everyone's mind, local businesses and residents in the Valley are giving back to our troops who are fighting the war on terror.

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Ride Across America

Updated: 09/09/2006 - Around the nation, Americans are remembering the terrorist attacks in many different ways. Two Valley residents, are literally going around the nation to show people they still remember.

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College Comics Stir Controversy

Posted: 09/09/2006 - When a cartoon depicting the prophet Mohammed with a lit bomb resting in his turban was released earlier this year, members of the Muslim community were outraged. Now Christians are the ones upset by offensive comics printed right on UVa grounds.

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