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Luray Mayor's Race Down to One Vote

Updated: 05/05/2004 - The race for mayor in Luray has been closely watched, so it's fitting that the outcome would produce some of the night's tightest results.

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Buy a Book and Stop a Crook

Updated: 05/04/2004 - It's all part of one valley community’s push to increase interest in reading and reduce crime.

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Seminar Teaches Cops, Citizens

Updated: 05/04/2004 - Lawrence Pool drove three and a half hours from North Carolina to attend "Refuse To Be A Victim."

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Mail Theft Suspects Arrested

Updated: 05/04/2004 - Three people are facing numerous charges after being accused of tampering with thousands of pieces of stolen mail.

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Two Run for At-Large Seat

Updated: 05/03/2004 - A city police officer and a retired school administrator are both vying for the open at-large seat on Waynesboro's school board.

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Safety First on Route 42

Updated: 05/03/2004 - A $500,000 grant is in the works for a bike and buggy path.

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Big Bucks for Community Center

Updated: 05/03/2004 - Supervisors have contributed $250,000 over the next two years for renovations and upgrades.

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Page County Trash Piles Up

Updated: 05/03/2004 - Nearly two months after loosing their landfill, Page County residents are still facing a trashy dilemma. The company that's supposed to be hauling off the county's waste isn't doing the job. And the trash is piling up.

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Cigarette Tax Going Up in Smoke?

Updated: 04/30/2004 - In less than a week, Stauntonians will choose four of six candidates for City Council. Thursday night, the candidates hashed it out, and the proposed city cigarette tax was a burning issue.

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Candidates Vie for Timberville Mayor's Seat

Updated: 04/29/2004 - One has experience on town council, the other has been a vocal opponent of local government, but they both want your support in Timberville's race for mayor.

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Augusta County Offers Support

Updated: 04/29/2004 - Monday's announcement that Pilgrim's Pride will sell or close its turkey plant in Hinton is sending shockwaves through the Valley.

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Save Lives

Updated: 04/28/2004 - It's not something you probably think about very often. But, each year more than 30-thousand Americans are diagnosed with diseases that ultimately need a bone marrow transplant.

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