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Anthrax Drill-a-Go

Updated: 10/23/2004 - Today was the big test of the bioterrorism drill.

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JMU Students Lend a Special Hand

Updated: 10/22/2004 - On Halloween, at JMU's Wampler Hall from 7-9 p.m., students will be giving children with special needs the chance to trick or treat.

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Hospital Workers Charged With Stealing

Updated: 10/22/2004 - Two Winchester Medical Center employees have been charged with stealing equipment from the hospital then selling it throught the Internet auction house eBay.

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Twin Teens Killed

Updated: 10/22/2004 - An accident in Augusta County has left two teenage twin brothers dead.

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Don’t Worry, It's Only a Drill

Updated: 10/21/2004 - The Harrisonburg Fire Department, State Police, and the Health Department will conduct a suspicious substance drill Friday morning

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Parents, Residents Speak Out on Drug Testing

Updated: 10/20/2004 - A Valley school system is looking for ways to curb a growing drug problem. Part of their plan includes drug testing, and Tuesday parents and local residents had a chance to voice their opinion on the topic.

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Gangs in Schools?

Updated: 10/19/2004 - It's on buildings, cars, and now homework? What looks like gang markings have been found on the papers of one Valley student.

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"Book 'Em" Exceeds Expectations

Updated: 10/19/2004 - It started out as a way to draw attention to the relationship between illiteracy and crime rates. Now it's an event drawing people from as far away as Europe.

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Local Woman Brings Home the Bronze

Posted: 10/19/2004 - Power lifter Kim Ryman of Woodstock has just returned from India where she won a bronze medal in the world power lifting competition.

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Avtex Is Coming Down

Updated: 10/18/2004 - Congress approves money to demolish old Avtex Fibers plant

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Forest Fires Still a Concern

Posted: 10/18/2004 - State forest officials say the rainy summer and early fall helped reduce the chance of forest fires this fall, but did not eliminate it.

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Local Solider Returns

Updated: 10/18/2004 - He served eight months in combat in Iraq, and now he's back at home in the Valley.

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SPCA Hosts a Walk

Updated: 10/16/2004 - And they're putting their best paw forward at a local SPCA in support of new home for stray animals.

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Making a Difference for Soldier's Family

Updated: 10/15/2004 - Many Valley residents are still coping with the loss of Sergeant Craig Cherry, a local solider killed in Iraq this summer. It's been especially hard for Cherry's family, but a Valley woman is working to make a difference in their lives.

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