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Asbestos at Middle School Site

Updated: 03/22/2004 - Saturday night's fire at Stuarts Draft High School isn't the only bad news for Augusta County Schools.

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Community Devestated by Fieldhouse Fire

Updated: 03/22/2004 - Sunday mornings are usually quiet in Stuarts Draft. But this one was more somber than usual, after fire gutted the high school's fieldhouse Saturday night.

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Breakdancing For A Good Cause

Updated: 03/22/2004 - If you think breakdancing is a fad that went out of style in the '80s, you're wrong.

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Fashion Show Goes To The Dogs

Updated: 03/22/2004 - What happens when you combine a fashion show with some TV-3 personalities? Things go to the dogs.

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Magician Teaches Kids Tricks of the Trade

Posted: 03/20/2004 - If things like card tricks and slight of hand are your idea of entertainment, there's a man in the valley this weekend you'll want to check out.

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Kids Go Green to Celebrate Anniversary

Updated: 03/20/2004 - It's been a year since a popular teen center opened it's doors in Staunton. Now, they're celebrating with food, games, and a mob of little green people.

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Bush Marks First Anniversary of Iraq War

Updated: 03/19/2004 - President Bush marked the anniversary Friday by urging resolve in the war against terrorism and saying it is "the duty of every government to fight and destroy this threat to our people."

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Residents Call Crossing Dangerous

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Residents in McGayheysville say train crossing where teens were hit was an accident waiting to happen.

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Staunton Resident Turns 106

Updated: 03/18/2004 - It was a very special birthday celebration for one valley resident. Molly Rogers turned 106 years old. Friends and family gathered at the Loyalton assisted living center to wish her a happy birthday.

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State Starts Draining Pond Because of Unsafe Dam

Updated: 03/18/2004 - The state has started draining a farm pond in southern Augusta County nearly two months after engineers determined the pond's dam was in danger of failing.

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Residents Opposed to New Shelter Site

Updated: 03/17/2004 - Residents decided where to put the shelter, but building a new Animal Shelter in Page County may be harder than the Board of Supervisors originally thought it would be.

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It's Capital Murder Now

Updated: 03/16/2004 - Teen charged in Elkton man's murder facing more serious charges.

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