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School Board Chair Says Stick to New School

Updated: 02/04/2004 - The Harrisonburg City Council recently said no to a school board plan to build a new elementary school. Now, school board members are looking at what to do next.

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Shoveling Out of Tuesday's Storm

Updated: 02/04/2004 - Valley residents saw everything from light snow to nearly a foot of the white stuff after Tuesday morning's snowfall.

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Primaries Will Now Determine Nominees

Updated: 02/03/2004 - The Virginia Senate has approved legislation requiring Democrats and Republicans to choose their nominees for Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General by primary elections.

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Judge Overturns Late Term Abortion Ban

Updated: 02/03/2004 - Virginia's ban on a type of late term abortions has been overturned, but Attorney General Jerry Kilgore says he'll fight it.

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A Faster Way to File Taxes

Updated: 02/02/2004 - It's only about five-years-old, but already it has become the favorite for more that 55 million Americans.

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CART Program Expands to Page County

Updated: 02/02/2004 - A simple trip to get a prescription filled or taking a trip to the doctor is about to get easier for some Valley residents.

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Shenandoah County: A Model of Progress

Updated: 02/02/2004 - While the unemployment rate for some parts of the Valley remains high, there is one area that's experiencing a boom of sorts.

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Haz-Mat Crews Train for Disaster

Updated: 02/01/2004 - Regional Haz-Mat teams responded to a chlorine spill at the Edinburg Wastewater Treatment Facility Saturday afternoon. No one was injured, but the accident gave rescue workers a chance to apply what they learned at a training exercise earlier in the day.

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Bill May Require Clergy to Report Child Abuse

Updated: 02/01/2004 - Should your local clergy be required to report suspected instances of child abuse? The state senate in Richmond passed a bill Friday that would require them to do just that.

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Children First: Police Offer Gun Locks

Updated: 01/20/2005 - With the snap of a lock, local law enforcement are hoping gun accidents in the home will become a thing of the past.

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Wright's Gets National Recognition

Updated: 01/30/2004 - Ask longtime customers of Wright's Dairy Rite what their favorite menu item is, and it's hard to get a solid answer.

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Making A Difference

Updated: 01/30/2004 - WHSV-TV3 has received one of the state's top honors for community service.

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"Do Not Call" Hurts Small Businesses

Updated: 01/29/2004 - Small business owners in the valley are losing customers thanks to tougher guidelines and the national "Do Not Call" list.

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Valley Woman Found Shot to Death in West Virginia

Updated: 01/29/2004 - Augusta County Sheriff's Office in a press conference held earlier thursday confirmed what many had feared. A body found is rural West Virginia is that of 53-year-old Joann Spencer.

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Avian Flu a Bad Memory in Valley

Updated: 01/29/2004 - The current outbreak of avian flu in Asia has led to the death of millions of birds and eight humans.

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