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Bulbs Are Big Business in 'Boro

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Mantel Holland is among the world's top exporters of flower bulbs, and its growing American roots are in Waynesboro.

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Death Toll Climbs

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Eighth flood victim confirmed in Richmond.

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Mosby the Dog Remembered

Updated: 09/02/2004 - It was tragedy that touched an entire community. It's been a year since Mosby the dog was shot and killed.

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Cigarettes Can Be Hazardous to Your Wealth

Updated: 09/01/2004 - Ask smoker Barbara Seal of Staunton what she thinks of the rising price of cigarettes, and she'll give a not-so-surprising answer.

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Flooding Claims Another Life

Posted: 09/01/2004 - There's a sixth Richmond flooding fatality. Police release the names of two victims.

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Still No Word

Updated: 08/31/2004 - The fate of 1,300 Valley workers still hangs in the balance, but some help is being offered.

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Campylobacter Hits Page County

Updated: 08/31/2004 - A strange illness is showing up in parts of our area. You'll recognize the symptoms, but the name may be something new for you.

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ESL Center Packed

Updated: 08/31/2004 - Harrisonburg's ESL center is swamped with students.

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Shenandoah Cleans Up After Chemical Leaks

Updated: 08/30/2004 - Workers in Page County continue the clean up process Monday after a series of chemical accidents over the weekend. A dangerous level of chlorine was found leaking at the public works building. Now the job is finding out what caused the problem.

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Staunton Wants to Clean Up Creek

Updated: 08/27/2004 - Asylum Creek that runs past Bessy Weller Elementary. The Gum Spring Branch that cuts through Gypsy Hill Park and right under city hall. Like just about every other waterway in Staunton, both feed into Lewis Creek.

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School's NCLB Failure Allows Four to Transfer

Updated: 08/27/2004 - Three more families have decided to pull their children out of an Augusta County school that failed to meet a federal "No Child Left Behind" benchmark.

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