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Third Teen Sentenced for Craigsville Murder

Updated: 07/01/2004 - It's been a year since Vincent McDorman was found shot to death in his Craigsville home. On Thursday, the final teenager convicted in the murder learned his sentence.

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Wal-Mart Chips in to Rebuild Fieldhouse

Updated: 07/01/2004 - School board officials say work on a new fieldhouse at Stuarts Draft High School could start as soon as next week. And the Valley community continues to do its part to help rebuild.

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New State Police Tools Glowing on Residents

Updated: 07/01/2004 - Travelers this holiday weekend who come across an accident may see something unusual and colorful along the road. But it's not a fireworks display.

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Fresh Air for Inner City Kids

Updated: 07/01/2004 - Urban kids trek to Rockingham and Augusta counties to see what the country life is like.

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Kids Learn Fire Safety

Updated: 06/30/2004 - The Harrisonburg Fire Department along with the Weed and Seed Program held a fire safety camp at the Harris Garden Apartments.

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Schools Get Green Light

Updated: 06/30/2004 - There’s some good news for Valley students. Two long-awaited schools have finally been approved.

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Series of Stabbings in Woodstock

Updated: 06/30/2004 - A string of stabbings at a Valley apartment complex is raising fears among some of its residents.

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Kids Encouraged to Turn off TV

Updated: 06/30/2004 - The Waynesboro Library recently kicked off its summer reading program, and almost 600 youngsters have already signed up.

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Power Plant May Soon Get Green Light

Updated: 06/29/2004 - The Valley could soon be a lot more powerful if a new power plant is approved, generating energy for communities all across our area.

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Stanley Deals with Illegal Dumpers

Updated: 06/28/2004 - It is illegal dumping of a different kind in Page County, and it's overloading one community's sewer system.

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Quilt Show a Big Hit

Updated: 06/28/2004 - The Shenandoah Valley Quilters Guild hosted their quilt show this weekend.

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Charges Against Physican Include Embezzlement

Updated: 06/26/2004 - A Luray doctor already in trouble with the state for poor record-keeping now faces criminal charges for embezzlement and failing to pay state taxes.

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CART Program Wins Big

Updated: 06/25/2004 - The CART program is Harrisonburg recently received an award for being the best community transportation system in America.

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Troops Come Home

Updated: 06/25/2004 - Members of the local 429th Support Battalion returned to the Staunton armory Friday. They ended a year and half of active duty.

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Ultimate Punishment?

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Four members of gang MS-13 learned Thursday that they could face the death penalty in connection with the murder of Brenda Paz.

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