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Page Resident Fights to Restore County Pride

Updated: 05/22/2004 - The landfill, unemployment, and a controversial animal shelter. They're the stories that are making headlines in Page County. Some residents worry these issues may be dividing the area and that has one woman is taking action.

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Skaters Raise Money for New Park

Updated: 05/22/2004 - Residents of Page County are putting children first by bringing a new type of park to the area.

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Cloudy Water on the Way

Updated: 05/21/2004 - If your faucets aren't running clear in the Queen City, don't panic. It's just a little test.

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Shield of Strength

Updated: 05/20/2004 - A simple dog tag becomes a shield, thanks to local efforts.

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Despite the Bad Light, Families Say We Must Support Them

Updated: 05/20/2004 - Despite the military scandal bringing disappointed blows to the U.S. military, the war goes on. Now, more local troops are gearing up to go into battle. Northern Valley families prepare for their loved one to be sent into action and they say now is the time to support them.

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Job Fair in Weyers Cave

Updated: 05/20/2004 - Hundreds of job hunters were at the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Center in Weyers Cave for the fourth Annual Job Fair.

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Prison Proposals on City's Plate

Updated: 05/20/2004 - It's been vacant for more than a year. But on Thursday night, the future of the old Western State Hospital will be up for discussion in Staunton.

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Plans in the Works for New Fieldhouse

Updated: 05/20/2004 - Fire destroyed the fieldhouse at Stuarts Draft High School two months ago. But now a new fieldhouse is getting closer to becoming a reality.

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Valley on the Grow

Updated: 05/20/2004 - Bulldozers, cranes, orange cones, construction crews - they have all become a part of the landscape in one valley community. Work has been going on for months around Waynesboro's new Wal-Mart.

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Lonely Road Could Cost Staunton Thousands

Updated: 05/19/2004 - It's a quarter-mile road to nowhere. And thanks to a VDOT loan program, it could soon cost the city of Staunton more than $200,000.

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Prices Going Up

Updated: 05/18/2004 - With gas, milk, and egg prices going up, many families in the valley are feeling the rise in costs.

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Cigarette Tax Lowered But Approved

Updated: 05/18/2004 - Store owners that wanted Staunton's proposed cigarette tax to go up in smoke didn't get their wish Monday night.

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