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The Process of Making Kline's Ice Cream

Updated: 06/26/2005 - There aren't many businesses that can say they've been around for more than 60 years, but there is one here in the valley that keeps drawing in customers, year after year.

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Mad Cow Scare

Updated: 06/26/2005 - Officials are conducting d-n-a tests tonight on what could be the nation's first *homegrown* case of mad cow. It's the second case to show up in the u-s, but beef producers say there's no reason to be alarmed.

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Remembering A Two-Time Award Recipient

Updated: 06/25/2005 - Its an award to honor individuals who improve public education and show a commitment to inspiring young people. This year, the Community Foundation will honor ten people who have made this difference by giving them a Dawbarn Award.

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Hunger Has a Cure Campaign

Updated: 06/25/2005 - With July 4th BBQs around corner- you can buy all your grilling supplies while helping cure hunger.

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Restaurant Sales Way Up in Staunton

Updated: 06/24/2005 - Believe it or not, gross sales are up more than 200 percent in the last decade and show no signs of slowing down. At least that's what the city hopes.

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PBS Funding Maintained

Posted: 06/24/2005 - A fight between lawmakers and the people who bring us Big Bird and Cookie Monster is now over.

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Funtastic Reading During the Summer

Updated: 06/24/2005 - It's summer time for kids, but that doesn't mean their brains or yours should go on vacation, too. One Valley library is making sure that doesn't happen.

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Rehab Graduation Day

Updated: 06/24/2005 - Friday was graduation day for some local students who overcame more than the normal obstacles to receive diplomas.

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North River Fish Kill

Updated: 06/24/2005 - State wildlife biologists say a rapid runoff of sediment and fertilizers in April most likely caused a massive fish kill in the Shenandoah Valley's North River.

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Sewer Bills on the Rise

Updated: 06/23/2005 - More than 120 wastewater treatment plants throughout the state need to meet new DEQ standards in five years. That's going to lead to higher sewer bills for people here in the Valley.

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A Surprising New Board Member

Updated: 06/23/2005 - The Augusta SPCA has a new board member, someone who's been outspoken in questioning the group.

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Kaine Unveils Transportation Plan

Updated: 06/23/2005 - It's a hot button topic in the Valley: Transportation. Governor hopeful Tim Kaine says he has a plan to improve it.

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Unmending Fences

Updated: 06/22/2005 - "I don't know what his problem is," says Roy Berg. "My lights do not go beyond the perimeter." Maybe that's because there is a huge fence just outside Roy Berg's yard.

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More Valley Layoffs

Updated: 06/22/2005 - Another Winchester plant is shutting down, putting more than 200 people out of work.

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No West-End Fire Department

Updated: 06/22/2005 - Everyday construction crews are hammering on the West Side in Waynesboro, and its not likely to stop. But a second fire department will not be among the new kids on the block.

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Will He Be Retried?

Updated: 06/22/2005 - Will a man charged in connection with a Staunton shooting walk?

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Abduction Suspect Captured

Updated: 06/22/2005 - Local police have captured the suspect accused of a weekend abduction.

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