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Crunching the Numbers of High and Low Bids

Updated: 05/25/2005 - It's a tale of two bids. The city's comes in low and the contractors high. So who's to blame? It's not who but what. And that is inflation.

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A Big Dig

Updated: 05/25/2005 - You could call it one big dig. After years of talking about it, the River City is finally doing it.

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Asking for Information

Updated: 05/23/2005 - Closed doors discussions can cause concern. That's what has one local politician demanding information. And the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind in Staunton is the centerpiece.

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Teens and Substance Abuse

Updated: 05/23/2005 - It often leaves parents feeling helpless, a child with an alcohol or drug problem. But there is something you can do.

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Small Plane Safety

Updated: 05/22/2005 - Last week's tragic crash in Rockingham County reminded us of what can happen in a small plane. Some say the crash has reminded them that no pilot should ever stop honing their skills.

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Soap Box Derby

Updated: 05/22/2005 - There was plenty of speeding going on in Waynesboro this weekend, but the police weren't handing out any tickets.

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Appreciating Public Works

Updated: 05/22/2005 - They're tough jobs, but someone's got to do them. Saturday one community got to go behind the scenes of a local Public Works Department.

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Taking Great Strides for a Cure

Updated: 05/29/2005 - A group of families in one Valley community are hoping to make great strides towards finding a cure for cystic fibrosis.

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Kids Learn the Power of Choice

Updated: 05/21/2005 - Scott Cressman can perform amazing feats of strength, but behind it all is a purpose.

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Simms Opens

Updated: 05/20/2005 - The newly renovated Lucy Simms Center For Continuing Education in Harrisonburg opened Friday.

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Big Cuts Expected for Metalcrafters

Updated: 05/20/2005 - "If you knew a Virginia Metalcrafter employee, you knew they were proud of the company and proud of the product they made," remembers Charles Salembier.

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Kirby Murder Case Certified

Updated: 05/20/2005 - He allegedly told authorities he just couldn't take it anymore. Now he is charged with killing his wife.

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Convicted Cop Killer Appeals

Updated: 05/20/2005 - The latest appeal filed on behalf of convicted cop killer Edward Bell claims new evidence has surfaced that could prove his innocence.

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Community Remembers Dunns

Updated: 05/20/2005 - Thursday night was a celebration of two lives. Two lives that touched hundreds of people in attendance for at the Dunn Memorial Service.

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SFD Gets New Truck

Updated: 05/20/2005 - There's a new addition to the Queen City fire fleet and it will benefit the entire region. The Staunton Fire Department recently purchased a Haz-Mat truck.

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New Nursing Clinic Opening at AMC

Updated: 05/19/2005 - Many patients won't have to spend hours in the hospital at AMC for treatment beginning next week.

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Highland County Debates Wind Energy

Updated: 05/20/2005 - Wind turbines can produce clean, efficient energy, but the idea of bringing them to Highland County is polarizing the community.

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