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Eagle Hotel Could Face Demolition

Updated: 07/09/2004 - The future of a Valley landmark could be at stake. With a new owner backing out of plans to renovate Shenandoah's Eagle Hotel, town officials may have no choice but to tear down the building.

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Bad SOL Scores Could Mean Lost Accreditation

Updated: 07/09/2004 - It's a tense time for school officials around the commonwealth as scores come in for the state's standards of learning tests. This year, those scores carry a little extra weight.

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Sundays Off? Not for Long

Updated: 07/09/2004 - State Sen. Mark Obenshain (R-26) says he's gotten several calls from businesses upset about the state law that allows workers to request Saturday or Sunday off for religious reasons.

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Big Dig at Big Meadows

Updated: 07/08/2004 - A group of students and teachers from JMU are spending their summer unearthing the past in the mountains above Harrisonburg.

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Attempted Murder in Staunton

Updated: 07/08/2004 - It has neighbors shaken and police looking for a shooter they say tried to kill a local man.

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Troops Prepare for Deployment

Updated: 07/07/2004 - They're leaving home and family to serve their country in Afghanistan. Wednesday, a group of National Guardsmen from the Valley said their tearful goodbyes as they headed off for deployment.

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Harrisonburg Turks Get New Deal

Updated: 07/07/2004 - The Harrisonburg Turks, who formerly rented Memorial Stadium, now will be leasing it from the school system.

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From Steamroom to Courtroom

Updated: 07/07/2004 - A pair of Staunton men is facing felony charges for their roles in an alleged sex ring at the Stuanton-Augusta YMCA.

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Rattled Pets on the Run

Updated: 07/07/2004 - Thousands of people gathered in Harrisonburg Monday night to enjoy the city's fireworks. But some four-legged residents weren't as crazy about the display.

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Students Face Charges of Counterfeiting

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Out of cash? Just make your own! That's what police say seven high school students did, and Tuesday they faced those charges in court.

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Burge Stays for Now

Updated: 07/06/2004 - First, he said it's time to go. Now, it looks like Page County's administrator will be sticking around for a little while.

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New Information on Suspicious Death

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Police are still looking for the two people a witness says are involved. Now they are releasing new information.

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Three Years, Three Suspects

Updated: 07/06/2004 - More developments Tuesday in the Murder for Hire case of Stephanie Sipe. The final suspect is behind bars.

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Royalty Honored

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Queen City Royalty are honored in a special tribute. The Statler brothers are cheered by local and country-wide fans.

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Page County Without an Administrator

Updated: 07/04/2004 - More than a month after their county administrator turned in his resignation, Page Supervisors are still on the hunt for someone to fill the position.

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