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Landes Gets Earful From Local Leaders

Updated: 04/19/2004 - The state budget impasse has been dragging on for weeks. And on Saturday, one Valley delegate got an earful from his constituents.

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YMCA Promotes Health and Fun

Updated: 04/19/2004 - Some kids in Waynesboro spent Saturday learning about health and safety and having a good time.

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Earth Day at Frontier Culture Museum

Updated: 04/19/2004 - Tours at the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton are nothing new. But on Saturday, guests were able to take a tour of a different kind.

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Business Expansion Faces Hurdles

Updated: 04/16/2004 - The unemployment rate in Page County triples the rates in other parts of the valley, but help may be on the way. One Page County Employer is expanding and may soon add 200 jobs or more, but some setbacks are slowing things down.

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New Animal Shelter Site Upsets Residents

Updated: 04/15/2004 - The Page County Board of Supervisors has picked a spot for their new animal shelter. Sound familiar? That's because the board made a similar decision less than two months ago. What's more, they picked the same controversial spot all over again.

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CART Needs Your Help

Updated: 04/15/2004 - They're finally off the ground, but if one local organization wants to continue helping folks in Page County, they'll need your help.

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What's Next for Battle Creek Landfill?

Updated: 04/14/2004 - Confusion now joins controversy at the Battle Creek Landfill. A Richmond judge has put a stop to a DEQ shutdown of the facility, but the saga is far from over.

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EMU Campus Takes on Homosexuality

Updated: 04/14/2004 - Less than a week after claims of gay discrimination raised controversy on the campus of Eastern Mennonite University, students and faculty gather to discuss the issue.

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Bush Vows U.S. Will Finish Job in Iraq

Updated: 04/13/2004 - Conceding a couple of "tough weeks in Iraq," President Bush signaled Tuesday night he is ready to increase American troop strength in the country, adding he intends to "finish the work of the fallen" and usher in a new era of democracy.

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  • Farmers Share Concerns With Congressman Goodlatte

    Updated: 04/13/2004 - An outbreak of avian flu in Maryland, mad cow found in Washington state; It's been a tough year for farmers. All of these events directly affect farmers right here in the valley. Today, they got to share those concerns with congressman Bob Goodlatte.

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