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Insurance Fraud Costing Us All

Posted: 02/24/2004 - Adding a little more onto an insurance claim, or including something that wasn't damaged? That's insurance fraud.

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"The Passion of the Christ"

Updated: 02/24/2004 - Some folks got an advance viewing of the movie "The Passion of the Christ."

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New Ball Park Is on the Way in Waynesboro

Updated: 02/24/2004 - Last year, The Waynesboro Challenger Division and Little League were awarded an $11,000 grant by the Frito Lay Company. That grant simply was not enough to build a field. So, the city of Waynesboro stepped in to do their part.

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VDOT Covering Up Pot Holes

Updated: 02/23/2004 - VDOT is covering the pot holes in the area. Now that the bad weather is gone, they have covered most of them.

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Finks to Run for City Council

Updated: 02/23/2004 - Allan Finks wll run for city council. Finks is one of eight candidates who is seeking three open seats.

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Happy Farmer's Day

Updated: 02/23/2004 - The sixth graders in Sally Shomo's agricultural science class at Beverly Manor Middle School are ready to celebrate Happy Farmer's Day.

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Tribute Tattoo Finished

Updated: 02/23/2004 - A Staunton man's unique tribute to the fire fighters who lost their lives in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is complete.

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Hold On to Your Wallets

Updated: 02/23/2004 - The Senate passed a bill Friday that would raise some taxes to plug budget holes.

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Trailer Park Residents May Get New Homes

Updated: 02/23/2004 - Nancy McGilvery lives in Critzer Trailer Park in Waynesboro, where nearly six months later, Hurricane Isabel's handywork is still evident.

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Mega Millions Craze Hits the Valley

Updated: 02/20/2004 - Most of the Valley is trying to get in on the opportunity of winning the jackpot. Some people even stood in line for a half an hour to get their ticket.

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What to do with Harrisonburg Schools

Posted: 02/20/2004 - The divide remains. Harrisonburg's city council and members of the school board are on opposite sides when it comes to what's best for city schools, but both sides are working toward a compromise.

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Page County Welcomes New Administrator

Updated: 02/19/2004 - A familiar face is once again putting himself in the "hot seat" of a county that's facing a mountain of controversy.

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Shenandoah Goes Wireless

Updated: 02/18/2004 - One Valley town is going high tech by joining the age of wireless communication.

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