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Stonewall Jackson Project a Go

Updated: 03/30/2004 - It's a project that's been discussed for years. On Tuesday, the final legal hurdle was cleared, paving the way for the Stonewall Jackson Hotel renovation to move forward.

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The Olive Branch of Music

Updated: 03/30/2004 - Local choir looks to smooth over hard feelings with French citizens using gospel music.

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County And Local Leaders Talk Trash

Updated: 03/30/2004 - Residents in Page County still have plenty of questions about the recent closing of the Battle Creek Landfill.

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Graduates More Likely to Get Jobs This Year

Updated: 03/29/2004 - According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), graduates can look forward to a 13-percent increase in the amount of employers hiring recent graduates.

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Daniel Bentrem Remembered

Updated: 03/29/2004 - Church and community remember the little boy with a memorial fund.

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Obenshain-Griffin to Run Again

Updated: 03/29/2004 - State Republican Chairwoman Kate Obenshain Griffin will throw her hat back into the ring.

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Relay For Life At Mary Baldwin

Updated: 01/17/2005 - It's not unusual for college kids to be up all night on a Friday. But students at Mary Baldwin College pulled an all-nighter on Friday to make a difference.

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Finally, a Date is Set

Updated: 03/26/2004 - Groundbreaking date is scheduled for the much-awaited renovations to Staunton's Stonewall Jackson Hotel and Conference Center.

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Queen City "Royalty" Honored

Updated: 03/26/2004 - Bricks were lifted in downtown Staunton Friday, another tribute to the city's own Statler Brothers.

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Lawsuit Over Drowning Victim Filed

Updated: 03/26/2004 - The Indian-American Cafe in downtown Harrisonburg became a shrine last year as the community mourned the loss of 8-year-old Suman Shrestha. Now, the parents have filed a lawsuit against RMH and its wellness center. They're seeking $5 million.

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Fire Damages Harriston Church

Updated: 03/26/2004 - Some Valley firefighters got an early start Friday morning, thanks to a fire at an Augusta County church.

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Arc Makes a Difference

Updated: 01/17/2005 - The Arc of Augusta activity center was busier than usual Thursday.

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Locals Speak Up About Budget Impasse

Updated: 03/25/2004 - The Virginia General Assembly is deadlocked over the state budget. The House opposes tax increases, while the Senate wants to hike the state sales tax.

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Old Prison Used as Movie Set

Updated: 03/24/2004 - The old Staunton Correctional Center is being turned into a college campus, at least for the next month.

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DEQ Releases Report on Hawksbill Creek

Updated: 03/24/2004 - Chances are you fish or maybe play in the streams that wind through the valley, never thinking about what may be lurking in the water. Looks can be deceiving, and now one seemingly harmless waterway is facing some problems with the DEQ.

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Architects Visit Ware Elementary School

Updated: 03/24/2004 - Both McSwain and Ware Elementary were built in the 1950's. There is a significant need for renovations to the schools’ heating and air-conditioning, along with windows and ceilings.

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