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Richard Burrow Faces More Charges

Updated: 01/07/2004 - For the second time, the former head of the D-Day Memorial Foundation is facing federal charges in connection with illegal fundraising for the monument.

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1864: The Year of Decision

Updated: 01/07/2004 - 1864 was a year of many major civil war battles, several of which happened here in the valley. Now, 140 years later, 1864 is the focal point of a new tourism campaign.

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Saxman Seeks I-81 Alternative

Updated: 01/07/2004 - Delegate Chris Saxman of Staunton has his own ideas for the proposed expansion of Interstate 81.

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Local Lawmakers Get a Lesson From Valley School Officials

Updated: 01/07/2004 - Harrisonburg and Rockingham County school officials had some important points to raise before legislators head to this year's General Assembly Session, and as they do every year, some of the Valley's lawmakers took time to hear those points.

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Campus Thefts

Updated: 01/06/2004 - Former student pleads guilty in JMU thefts.

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New Park Needs Money to Become a Reality

Updated: 01/05/2004 - Plans for a new park in downtown Harrisonburg are moving forward, but you won't see any dirt moving until developers get more money.

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Luray Fire Chief Ready for Retirement

Updated: 01/05/2004 - He's been putting out fires in Page County for the better part of the last four decades. Now, Dan Seal says it's time to move on.

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Sunny Skies Not a Problem on Local Slopes

Updated: 01/05/2004 - Warm weather can be the kiss of death for a ski resort, but this weekend's high temperatures were welcomed at Massanutten Resort.

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Warner-Taxes

Updated: 01/05/2004 - Public hearings set this week on governor's tax plan.

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New Rule Means More Rest for Truckers

Updated: 01/05/2004 - As truckers hit the road Sunday, they had a new rule to worry about and for some, it's already becoming a nuisance.

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Local Bookworms Race to Finish Text

Updated: 01/05/2004 - Members of several local churches finished a marathon over the weekend, and they never even had to move.

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Luray Landmark Under Renovation

Updated: 01/02/2004 - The town of Luray is taking on a project to bring new use to one of the Valley's former transportation hubs.

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Search for Missing Woman Continues

Updated: 01/01/2004 - Betty Spencer spent New Year's Day watching television with her daughter and granddaughters. But her mind was on her missing sister Jo Ann.

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Farmers Mad About Mad Cow

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Since the first case of Mad Cow was discovered in Washington state last week, farmers across the country have had to battle consumer confidence all over the world. Now, farmers in our area are taking a direct hit.

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Teen Pleads Guilty to Murder

Updated: 12/31/2003 - A second teenager has pleaded guilty to playing a role in the murder of a Craigsville man.

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Arson at Daily Grind?

Updated: 12/31/2003 - A fire at the new Daily Grind in downtown Straunton is now being treated as arson.

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No One Injured in Hospital Fire

Posted: 12/31/2003 - A patient who allegedly set his beddings on fire caused some turmoil early Wednesday morning at the Western State Hospital in Staunton.

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The Bush Administration Bans Ephedra

Updated: 12/30/2003 - The drug Ephedra has become a popular ally in the fight to loose weight. Now, the Bush administration is banning the sale of the drug starting early next year.

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Coach Fights Back

Updated: 12/30/2003 - Basketball coach settles defamation lawsuit with angry parent.

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