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Apple Orchards Decline

Posted: 04/23/2006 - The 79th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival kicks off this week.

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RMH Walking Challenge

Updated: 04/23/2006 - Rockingham Memorial Hospital is encouraging valley residents to "step out" in support of physical fitness.

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Fox Memorial

Posted: 04/23/2006 - Colleagues of a Virginia peace activist who was kidnapped and killed in Iraq believe his killers should be forgiven.

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Polls Close in New Orleans

Posted: 04/22/2006 - The polls have closed in New Orleans, where a steady stream of voters showed up to cast their first ballots since Hurricane Katrina. The election will decide who leads the rebuilding of the devastated city.

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ATV Deaths On The Rise

Posted: 04/22/2006 - West Virginia could set another record for all terrain vehicle deaths this year.

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Warner Visits Iowa

Posted: 04/22/2006 - Former Governor Mark Warner is in Iowa this weekend - helping campaign for his fellow Democrats. Warner is meeting with legislative leaders and officials with the state's teacher's union.

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Gas Outrage

Posted: 04/22/2006 - The price of crude oil is now at an all time high of 75 dollars a barrel. Triple-A says gas prices have jumped almost three cents since yesterday. The average for unleaded regular today tops two-dollars-88-cents-a-gallon. It was two-85 yesterday. Is there any end in sight?

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Boy Scouts Camp Out for an Expo

Updated: 04/22/2006 - They're a group of kids known for enjoying the outdoors, and that was certainly put to the test Friday night as they camped out in the rain.

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Raising Money for Prematurity

Posted: 04/22/2006 - It has been a cloudy day in the Valley, but one event held in the Friendly City is bringing light to an organization helping to save premature babies.

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Walker Attacked

Posted: 04/22/2006 - A City Manager has a lot to deal with, but a bloody nose is not usually on the list.

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Wheelchair Games

Updated: 04/22/2006 - May not be the fairest competition: a wheelchair basketball team squaring off against a group of men who aren't bound to one, including our own Mike Mueller, for a basketball competition.

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Fly Fishing Festival Gears Up

Posted: 04/21/2006 - Anglers from all over the state will be casting their way to Waynesboro this weekend.

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SO B. IT

Updated: 04/22/2006 - Students at one Valley school made a quite an impression on an author.

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Gas Shortage

Posted: 04/21/2006 - Gasoline shortages have hit parts of Virginia, and are expected to spread.

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Teenage Boy Struck By Car

Posted: 04/21/2006 - A teenage boy is at the University of Virginia Medical Center Thursday night.

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Valley Organ Donor Made History

Posted: 04/21/2006 - Rockingham County artist Ken Schuler made history in 1999, becoming part of the first stranger to stranger live organ transplant.

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There's No Place Like Home

Posted: 04/20/2006 - There's no place like home and the grand opening of Waynesboro's Harvard House is making all the difference for those mentally challenged.

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Elkton Elections

Updated: 04/20/2006 - It's a little town responsible for the largest development approved in Rockingham County, 14,000 homes. Citizens are frustrated. Now they have an opportunity to do something about it with a big election on the horizon.

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Three Car Accident

Updated: 04/20/2006 - A local sheriff's deputy on his way home from a driver's training exercise ended up in quite a traffic mess.

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