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Staunton Wants to Clean Up Creek

Updated: 08/27/2004 - Asylum Creek that runs past Bessy Weller Elementary. The Gum Spring Branch that cuts through Gypsy Hill Park and right under city hall. Like just about every other waterway in Staunton, both feed into Lewis Creek.

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School's NCLB Failure Allows Four to Transfer

Updated: 08/27/2004 - Three more families have decided to pull their children out of an Augusta County school that failed to meet a federal "No Child Left Behind" benchmark.

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Valley Men Arraigned

Updated: 08/26/2004 - A pair of Valley men has pleaded 'not guilty' to federal gun charges.

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Staunton Council Gets Gang Briefing

Updated: 08/26/2004 - Four admitted gang members in jail for their roles in an Augusta County murder last year. Gang tagging in Harrisonburg earlier this month. Both proof that gangs are here in the Valley.

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Rachel Good's Brother Speaks Out

Updated: 08/25/2004 - Last week's announcement by investigators that the Rachel Good case had been upgraded to homicide came as no surprise to her family.

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Eight-Year-Old Hit by Truck

Updated: 08/25/2004 - He was waiting for his school bus on Arch Avenue in Waynesboro when the accident happened.

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Bus Safety

Updated: 08/25/2004 - With school back in, kids will be out waiting for the bus. Police are asking residents to pay more attention when you're behind the wheel.

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Arrests Made in Gang Taggings

Updated: 08/23/2004 - Two arrests have been made in connection with the rash of gang taggings in Harrisonburg.

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Page County's Fair Alters School Schedule

Updated: 08/23/2004 - Fair season rolls on in the Valley. This week, Page County plays host to rides, attractions, and an annual showcase of agriculture. That showcase is a big draw at the fair, especially for students. So much that school officials are pushing back the entire school year.

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Page County Goes After Scenic Designation

Updated: 08/23/2004 - From Luray Caverns to Skyline Drive, tourism is a big part of Page County's economy. Now, officials are hoping to add a new attraction to the list.

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No Bond for Two Accused in Fatal Shooting

Updated: 08/23/2004 - Two Staunton men arrested for their alleged roles in Friday night's shooting made their initial appearance in court Monday afternoon.

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Where Did Summer Vacation Go?

Updated: 08/23/2004 - We're still two weeks away from Labor Day, but a few Valley school systems have gotten an early start on the new school year.

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Wilson Middle School Taking Shape

Updated: 08/23/2004 - Construction of a new Valley school is slightly behind schedule, but it's still expected to be ready for next year's first day of school.

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Kidd Says NCLB Unreasonable

Updated: 08/20/2004 - Dr. Kidd, Rockingham County Schools Superintendent, voiced concerns of the No Child Left Behind law.

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Some Valley Schools Missing the Grade

Updated: 08/20/2004 - The numbers are in. And it’s not looking good for some Valley schools. Six schools in Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County did not meet one of the benchmarks for the federal No Child Left Behind legislation.

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History Comes Alive

Updated: 08/18/2004 - Washington and Lee professor studies desegregation.

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