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EMU Freshmen Explore Community

Updated: 08/27/2005 - Going to college often means spending four or more years in a place you know nothing about. But the staff at one local school doesn't want that to happen.

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A Dog Walk for the American Cancer Society

Updated: 08/27/2005 - It's the first ever Dog Walk for the American Cancer Society. The weather may not have been cooperative, but that did't rain on the participants parade.

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Redifer Funeral

Updated: 08/27/2005 - Saturday's Support the Troops rally honored fallen Marine Lance Corporal Jason Redifer. This on the same day the Redifer family buried another one of their own.

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Democrats Meet Up

Updated: 08/27/2005 - Two democratic politicians joined forces Saturday at a spot where many of their predecessors have campaigned - at Wright's Dairy-Rite in Staunton.

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Supporting Our Troops

Updated: 08/27/2005 - Saturday's rain didn't wash out a local rally designed to show support for our troops. Friday evening it was an anti-war protest that took to the steps of the Augusta County Courthouse. The next day, there was a different message.

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Speedway Owner Tackles Noise

Updated: 08/26/2005 - There should have been a race Saturday night at the Shenandoah Speedway. Instead, things are quiet at the Page County track. The facility remains closed, but its owner is trying to turn things around.

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Sprinklers in the Dorms

Updated: 08/26/2005 - Students are moving back in at Mary Baldwin College, and while fire safety may not be on the minds of many students, it's a top priority for the staff.

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Renovations: A Learning Experience

Updated: 08/26/2005 - It's a new year and new conditions for both Ware and McSwain Elementary School. Both are off to very good start, despite renovations.

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Greenways Could Blossom in Staunton

Updated: 08/26/2005 - Last year, Livingston Lewis was a master's student at Virginia Commonwealth University. During that time he put together a plan that could bring greenways to Staunton.

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The First of Many Days to Come

Updated: 08/25/2005 - The first day of school can be exciting and full of nerves for both students and parents, especially when it's the first day ever.

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Murder Suspect Takes His Own Life

Updated: 08/25/2005 - It was a tragic start with a tragic end, as the victim and now the suspect in a Weyers Cave murder are both dead.

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R.M.H. Rezoning Vote

Updated: 08/25/2005 - It's a day many have been anticipating for months now. Rockingham Memorial Hospital's hoping to rezone land for their new site, now they've got an answer.

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Internet Hoax

Updated: 08/24/2005 - It's supposed to be trying to save you from a scam. An email floating around the internet says beware of 809 area codes, because when you call them back, that's when it will really cost you.

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Dunnings Not Guilty of Rape

Updated: 08/24/2005 - The verdicts are in for a former teaching aid and coach at Waynesboro High School.

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Virginia Bases on the Lists

Updated: 08/24/2005 - Fort Monroe will close, but Groton will stay open. There’s no vote on Eustis.

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