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Virginia's Finest Bagel Goes Nationwide

Updated: 07/11/2003 - A local bagel-maker just got a patent to take her tasty invention nationwide. Bake'Mmm Bagels is already a big hit in the Shenandoah Valley. Now others will get to enjoy them, too.

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Talk of the Town

Updated: 07/11/2003 - McGaheysville is on the verge of new growth and the town has something to say about it.

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Kid Fit Versus Kid Fat

Updated: 07/11/2003 - Nearly 65-percent of Americans are overweight, but it's not just adults who are tipping the scales. Obesity is a problem for one in five children. Here in the Valley, a new program designed specifically for kids is helping address that problem.

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Head Start Overhaul

Updated: 07/10/2003 - Head Start education could be changing for nearly one million preschoolers across the country.

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Hearing Loss Problems

Updated: 07/08/2003 - Noise Induced hearing loss affects millions of Americans a year. But it's easily preventable.

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Revolutionizing Truck Technology

Updated: 07/07/2003 - New technology could mean better air for you to breathe and a safer, cheaper drive for truckers. The revolutionizing project is underway at JMU.

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Shallow Swimming

Updated: 07/07/2003 - Across the country, more and more swimming pools are cementing their deep ends to keep the fun shallow and safe.

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Butterfly Count

Updated: 07/07/2003 - Shenandoah National Park rangers were busy this weekend tallying up nature's best-dressed insect. It was the Park's Seventh Annual Butterfly count.

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Back Behind Bars

Updated: 07/07/2003 - While the rest of us are celebrating our freedom this Fourth of July, Nolan Huffman is back behind bars. As if his 16-year sentence for rape weren't enough, the Shenandoah County man could be looking at even more jail time for his recent escape from prison.

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Animal Education

Updated: 07/03/2003 - A new Page County Animal Shelter could mean a head start for students interested in animal care careers.

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A Special July Fourth

Updated: 07/07/2003 - This Fourth of July, we're celebrating our country's freedom and those who have fought for it. For military families in the Valley, the holiday has a special significance. TV-3's Erin Tate met with one proud, local dad whose son is serving in Afghanistan.

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Fessing Up on Animal Abuses

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Page County's Administrator is speaking out about years of neglect and misbehavior at the local animal shelter. Coming clean could save county taxpayers $137,000.

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Change of Venue Ordered in Sniper Case

Updated: 07/02/2003 - A judge ordered a change of venue Wednesday for the trial of sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo, moving the case from Fairfax County to Chesapeake, 200 miles to the south.

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Retracing Lewis and Clark

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Eastern Mennonite High School project retraces trip of explorers Lewis and Clark.

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Whither the School?

Updated: 06/30/2003 - The age-old question of where to put a new Harrisonburg elementary school is being brought up again.

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Handicapped Car First in Nation

Updated: 06/30/2003 - A new car will make it possible for handicapped kids to ride the Gypsy Hill Express train in Staunton.

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The Valley Reacts to Sodomy Ruling

Updated: 06/30/2003 - Virginia's anti-sodomy law is on shaky legal ground. Local legislators are concerned what this might mean for prosecuting sex crimes. But others in the Valley say the Supreme Court ruling is a landmark victory.

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What's Next for Nextel?

Updated: 06/26/2003 - Your cell phone reception could be getting clearer, but at what expense?

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Lowering the Limit

Updated: 06/26/2003 - A fatal car crash in Bridgewater may mean a safer, slower speed limit for the area.

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Growing Again

Updated: 06/26/2003 - More than a thousand timeshares are on their way to Massanutten Mountain.

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Paxton's Promotion

Updated: 06/26/2003 - The Rockingham County Board of Supervisors announced Wednesday its new county administrator.

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Fed Cuts Key Rate by a Quarter Point

Updated: 06/25/2003 - The Federal Reserve cut a key short-term interest rate Wednesday by one-quarter percentage point to its lowest level in 45 years.

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