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Fair Time to Talk About Serious Issues?

Updated: 08/12/2005 - To most of us, a fair means cotton candy, rides and well maybe another cotton candy. But not everything at the fair is light and fluffy.

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Cocaine Crack-Down

Updated: 08/12/2005 - Two brothers, Valley authorities call large-scale crack cocaine dealers, are behind bars Friday. Anthony Smith and Tony Smith, both of Verona, are in jail on charges of distributing cocaine.

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French-American Choir Are All Soul in Staunton

Updated: 08/12/2005 - "It will be breathe-taking," says Kimberly Watters of Staunton's Downtown Development Association. "It will be emotionally moving, it will be spiritually moving and it’s an absolutely exquisite in its sound."

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Accident Sends Local Man to the Hospital

Updated: 08/12/2005 - A Valley man is in the hospital Thursday after an on-the-job accident. According to a family friend, Artie Cason suffered a skull fracture at McQuay International Wednesday night.

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Rewarded for Saving a Life

Updated: 08/11/2005 - He says it's no big deal, but one police department disagrees. On Thursday Waynesboro's Police Department rewarded Officer Scott Shackleton and his fiancé with lifesaving awards.

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Eleven People Involved in Augusta Co. Crash

Updated: 08/12/2005 - There were only two vehicles, but 11 were people involved in a bad crash in Augusta County Wednesday night. State Police say 10 of those people were rushed to area hospitals.

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Fair Safety

Updated: 08/10/2005 - Everyone knows what most kids' favorite part of the fair is: the rides.

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Cow Show Is Family Affair

Updated: 08/10/2005 - At just eight years old, little Peyton Rohrbaugh is already a veteran on the cow showing circuit.

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Just Barely Falling Short

Updated: 08/10/2005 - One Valley school system is staying positive after missing a federal No Child Left Behind benchmark. Preliminary test scores show Waynesboro schools may not receive a passing grade for adequate yearly progress.

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Bump in Waynesboro's Track Project

Updated: 08/10/2005 - While working to make strides in the classroom- Waynesboro High School students will soon be able to make strides outside too. But there's a bump in the $1.3 million track and field project.

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Byrne, Potts Discuss Campaigns

Updated: 08/09/2005 - It was a busy day Tuesday in Staunton as a number of politicians made their way to the Queen City.

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Allen for Pres?

Updated: 08/09/2005 - Senator George Allen paid the valley a visit Tuesday.

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Fighting Domestic Violence in Hispanic Communities

Updated: 08/09/2005 - Domestic violence touches many communities, but it's often harder to fight in Hispanic neighborhoods. Experts say cultural differences lead some women to avoid seeking help, but some people in the Valley are working to change that.

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Winchester Medical Center: Lessons Learned

Updated: 08/09/2005 - As Rockingham Memorial Hospital looks to move out of Harrisonburg and into Rockingham County, some Board of Supervisors are using another Valley hospital as a learning tool.

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Queen City Welcomes Warner

Updated: 08/09/2005 - It's been a long time between visits, but Staunton gave a rousing welcome to a top state and national political leader. Senator John Warner toured Staunton development projects Tuesday.

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Making Check-Ups a Little More Fun

Updated: 08/09/2005 - A group of Valley kids got in an extra dose of reading Tuesday while waiting for their check-ups. Congressman Bob Goodlatte was a big part of the fun.

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Friends Remember Dan Suggs

Updated: 08/09/2005 - A poignant farewell to a man who dedicated his life to Valley residents with special needs.

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Candidates Work to Show Differences

Updated: 08/09/2005 - The men trying to win a local seat in Virginia's House of Delegates have a lot in common. Both candidates are farmers and both served in local government. So where do they stand apart?

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Will He Run For President in 2008?

Updated: 08/09/2005 - Will he or won't he? That was the question on a lot of minds Monday night while Valley Republicans came together for a barbecue.

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