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Students Work to Stop Violence

Updated: 02/11/2004 - Page County doesn't have a reputation for violence, but that isn't stopping a group of students there from making a difference and building a safer community.

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Group Destroys Construction Equipment

Updated: 02/12/2004 - Members of a radical environmental group take credit for setting construction equipment ablaze at the site of an Albemarle County commercial development.

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Clarke Authorities Inspect White Powder

Updated: 02/12/2004 - Authorities say the white powder discovered inside a letter delivered this week to Project HOPE in Millwood was not a known toxin, but no one knows yet what it is.

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Board: "Renovate Both Schools"

Updated: 02/10/2004 - Better late than never. That's what one local school board is saying about work to two elementary schools.

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Local Man Tries to Run Over Police Officer

Updated: 02/10/2004 - After a traffic stop, David Harrell of Staunton tried to run over a police officer. He was unsuccessful, and after a foot chase, was brought down by a police dog.

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Jury Decides Fate of Warlocks Members

Posted: 02/10/2004 - A federal jury in Harrisonburg acquitted a Warlocks Motorcycle Club member who prosecutors dubbed a gang "enforcer" of conspiring to distribute drugs, but the jury convicted his three co-defendants.

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First Tee Golf Program Recieves $55,000

Updated: 02/09/2004 - The First Tee Golf Program received $55,000 from the Harrisonburg Rotary Club. The money will be used to build a new facility for First Tee.

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Warner as VP?

Updated: 02/09/2004 - "Totally bogus," says a Warner staffer.

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Snowfall and the Local Economy

Updated: 02/09/2004 - The glass is half-full and half-empty for one multi-purpose store in Harrisonburg.

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Ten Commandments Back in Alabama Courthouse

Updated: 02/07/2004 - The Ten Commandments are back in the Alabama Judicial Building, this time in an exhibit that features copies of seven other historical documents.

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Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore Visits the Valley

Updated: 02/09/2004 - Roy Moore was removed as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court for refusing to remove his monument to the Ten Commandments. He gained national attention from the issue, and tonight he spoke in Harrisonburg.

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Augusty County May Get New School

Updated: 02/06/2004 - Augusta County might get a new middle school. The Board of Supervisors will meet Wednesday to vote on the $11.6 million bid approved by the school board.

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Warner Pushes Tax Plan

Updated: 02/06/2004 - Virginia Gov. Mark Warner is defending his proposed overhaul of the state's tax code.

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