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Day 1 of Augusta County Fair

Updated: 08/09/2006 - It's time for the county fairs in the Shenandoah Valley, and tonight was the kickoff of the Augusta County Fair at Expoland in Fishersville.

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Arson Suspect

Timothy Kern

Updated: 08/08/2006 - The search for a man police say started a fire that destroyed his ex-girlfriend's home.

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Woman Attacker

Posted: 08/08/2006 - It's more time behind bars for a local woman who attacked a city official and a newspaper reporter.

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Hetrick Receives His Punishment

Michael Hetrick

Posted: 08/08/2006 - Two life sentences. That's the punishment for the man who carried out the murder of a local woman so her ex-boyfriend wouldn't have to pay child support.

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Bat Warning

Bat in Cave

Updated: 08/08/2006 - The State of Virginia has issued a warning about bats with rabies.

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Gas Prices Affect Costs of School Lunches

Updated: 08/08/2006 - Parents and students listen up, some of you will be paying more for school breakfast and lunch this year and increasing gas prices are to blame.

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Staunton Augusta Art Center

Staunton Augusta Art Center

Updated: 03/05/2007 - A local park is turning into an art museum for a few weeks this summer. The Staunton Augusta Art Center is displaying the work of several artists at Gypsy Hill Park.

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Waynesboro's Water And Sewer

Posted: 08/08/2006 - The City of Waynesboro is looking at improvements to its water and sewer system, and that could mean bigger bills for customers. City council also heard from its economic developers on plans for industry and for the downtown area.

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Augusta County Fair Starts Today

Augusta Co. Fair

Posted: 08/08/2006 - Final preparations are being made this morning for the Augusta County fair. The fair has been a tradition in Augusta County for more than 100 years.

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Cave Danger

Updated: 08/07/2006 - Two cave rescues in one day? Just one is not something you hear about very often. But last Friday's two rescues have some people questioning who should be going into the Valley's many caves.

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Unlikely Hero

Updated: 08/07/2006 - Darrin and Jean Reed say they left Florida looking for a safer place to raise their children. Along the way their trip to New York has turned from bad to worse, but one pizza delivery man has come to their rescue.

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Bat Sightings Rise

Posted: 08/07/2006 - State health officials have put out an advisory on safety around bats, which carry a risk of rabies.

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Car Tax

Posted: 08/07/2006 - If you still haven't paid your annual car taxes, you've got the rest of this month to fork over the money, or pay a steep penalty.

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Governors Wrestling With Medicaid Costs

Posted: 08/07/2006 - The nation's governors are focusing on health care. Virginia Democrat Tim Kaine is among the governors who gathered in Charleston, South Carolina this weekend for their annual summer meeting.

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Oak Grove Music

Oak Grove

Updated: 08/06/2006 - The Valley is alive with the sound of music. Oak Grove Theater held its annual music festival. For 28 years the Oak Grove Theatre has brought its folk music festival to the Valley.

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Fatal Accident Follow Up

Fatal Accident

Updated: 08/06/2006 - Police say speed was a factor in a wreck last night that left on man dead

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Tax Free Weekend

Tax Free Weekend

Updated: 08/06/2006 - Sunday was the last day for the tax free weekend and people were taking full advantage.

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Family Traumatized

House Fire

Updated: 08/06/2006 - Family members in Waynesboro salvaged all that they could from a burned house they say was started by a family member.

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Two Teens Arrested in Theft of VA Laptop

Posted: 08/06/2006 - Two teenagers have been arrested in the theft of a laptop and hard drive containing sensitive data on up to 26-point-five million veterans and military personnel.

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Rabies Shots Recommended

Posted: 08/06/2006 - Loudoun County officials have sent letters to nearly a thousand Girl Scouts who may have been exposed to the rabies virus at a Northern Virginia camp.

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Teacher Pay

Posted: 08/06/2006 - Public school teachers used to earn less than most people with a college degree. But years of lobbying lawmakers appear to have paid off.

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Fatal Wreck

Fatal Wreck

Updated: 08/06/2006 - The Virginia State are investigating a fatal accident in Dayton. Witnesses say the driver of this motorcycle lost control of his bike in a curve.

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