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Mountain State Leader Blasts Bush

Updated: 07/18/2004 - Senator Robert Byrd, the Former Majority Leader, says the administration was "misleading" about the issues in Iraq.

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Guns and Booze

Updated: 07/18/2004 - The debate over Virginia's law continues.

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Getting a Second Chance

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Ex-convicts face an uphill climb after getting out of jail, but one group is trying to make the transition smoother.

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Weekend Harrisonburg Shooting

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Two men were injured in a Saturday shooting. Police are looking for the suspect.

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Jury Award for Ski Accident Victim

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Lynchburg man gets $8.3 million. His daughter was injured when she skied into a snow grooming machine at Wintergreen Resort.

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WV Economy to Grow

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Though the economy is set to get better, its growth rate is still below the national average.

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Battle Over West Virginia

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Presidential Candidates won't let up. Bush was in the Mountain State Friday.

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New Information on Clem Case

Updated: 07/16/2004 - New information reveals possible motive and brutal details of the Jason Clem case.

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Caught'm!

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Augusta County Police say the two people wanted for dumping a body alongside a rural road are caught.

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Hillcrest Residents Oppose Rezoning

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Residents of the Hillcrest neighborhood in Staunton don't like the idea of a new residential development moving in next door.

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Community Center Faces Closure

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Residents of Page County turn to their community center for fun, fellowship, and in some cases, some much needed food. But the future of the facility is in Jeopardy. And if the center goes, so does an important program.

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Page Shelter Will Be Built

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Construction on Page County's new animal shelter will continue, despite a challenge from one of its neighbors.

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Harrisonburg's Mercy House to Be Safer

Updated: 07/15/2004 - After receiving a grant from the city, the Mercy House is getting over $2,000 to install security cameras and security keypads to access the houses.

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Ag Enterprise Zone Idea Moving Ahead

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Even as news about the Valley's Pilgrim's Pride Plant is improving, some local leaders are working on an even larger scale.

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Supervisors Okay Funding for New Fieldhouse

Updated: 07/15/2004 - The school and community have been doing their part. On Wednesday, it was the county's turn to chip in for a new fieldhouse at Stuarts Draft High School.

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Growers Say It's a Go

Updated: 07/14/2004 - Co-op believes it has everything in place to buy the Pilgrim's Pride Hinton turkey plant.

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