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Page County May Get Satellite College Campus

Updated: 05/13/2004 - Their unemployment rate is one of the highest in the valley, but now some good news for residents of Page County that are out of work and looking to start a new career.

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Holding Sprawl to a Crawl

Updated: 05/13/2004 - The Rockingham County supervisors are looking at plans that will safeguard farmland in the county.

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Building on the Block

Updated: 05/13/2004 - A historic building in downtown Harrisonburg might be changing hands.

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Ethan Allen Plant May Soon Have New Owner

Updated: 05/12/2004 - As workers prepare for the closing of Bridgewater's Ethan Allen plant, town officials have good news about the future of the facility.

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No One Left to Haul Trash

Updated: 05/12/2004 - Page county residents are left with few options when it comes to where to put their trash.

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Page County Says So Long to NWS

Updated: 05/12/2004 - They've been at the center of controversy at the Battle Creek Landfill and now, it looks like National Waste Services is on the way out.

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Fire Company Can Breathe Easier

Updated: 05/12/2004 - We've all heard the old saying, "Practice makes perfect." But when the subject is saving people's lives, anything that provides the opportunity for more practice is welcome.

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Zero Tolerance Angers Parents

Updated: 05/12/2004 - The violence from the Columbine tragedy prompted schools across the country to enact tough, zero tolerance policies against weapons.

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Still Recovering From Hurricane Isabel

Updated: 05/11/2004 - For the Gigliotti family of Augusta County, it’s been one road block after another. Today, Delegate Ben Cline listened to them about what hasn't been done and what they want done.

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Schools in the Money

Updated: 05/11/2004 - Rockingham County schools looking a $2 million windfall, but funds may have to be used for new teachers.

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Landes Has Concerns About New Budget

Updated: 05/10/2004 - Delegate Steve Landes (R-25) voted in favor of the new state budget. But that doesn't mean he's completely happy with it.

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What's Next for Wal-Mart?

Updated: 05/10/2004 - The election is over and the people have spoken. Members of the Front Royal town council who voted to bring in a controversial Wal-Mart are out. Taking their place are opponents of a rezoning decision that favors the retail giant. So what does this mean for the store's future in the town?

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Virginia Senator Responds to Abuse

Updated: 05/10/2004 - John Warner says if the public gets to see more evidence of abuse of prisoners in Iraq, it won't happen until some members of Congress do.

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Gifted Kids Honored at JMU

Updated: 05/09/2004 - Children from around the state are lauded for high SAT scores in elementary and middle school.

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President and Governor Races and More...

Updated: 05/08/2004 - With all the attention given campaigns for governor and president, people may not realize that the May Eleventh primary in West Virginia also features races for the entire House of Delegates and half the state Senate.

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Truck vs. House

Posted: 05/08/2004 - A truck winds up on a neighbor's porch.

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