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School Board Gets Fieldhouse Estimate

Updated: 06/17/2004 - It's all dirt and weeds now, that small plot of land at Stuarts Draft High School where the fieldhouse once stood.

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Feeding the Hungry

Updated: 06/17/2004 - The Shenandoah Valley might not have big cities with a lot of homelessness, but it does have hunger. In fact, in parts of Western Augusta County, the need is staggering. But the "West" is now being won through the efforts of local volunteers.

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River City Gearing up for Streetscape Project

Updated: 06/16/2004 - New shopping and dining options in Waynesboro's west end are bringing in many new customers. Now, the city is gearing up the start of its streetscape project, which it hopes will help revitalize its downtown.

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Mercury Levels a Mystery

Updated: 06/16/2004 - Don Kain and the rest of the "South River Science Team" have a puzzle on their hands - why are mercury levels in the river holding steady?

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Legislators Want Investigation Into Lobbyist's Letter

Updated: 06/15/2004 - Politicians already have to deal with the stigma of shady side deals and less-than-honest intentions. Now, an unusual move by a lobbyist in Richmond may indicate that it's more than just a conspiracy theory.

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Auditorium, Gym Getting Renovated

Updated: 06/15/2004 - It's been trampled on for almost 50 years. But now the gym floor at a local high school is getting a facelift.

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Local Children Become Gardeners

Updated: 06/15/2004 - Kids at the Harrisonburg Children’s Museum, with the help of flowers donated by Wetzel's Garden Center, turned a little piece of land on Main St. into a wonderful garden.

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Bad News for Valley's Struggling Poultry Industry

Updated: 06/15/2004 - Changes in production and packaging are the reasons. Consumer demand for products that are easier to prepare is up, and the company is doing what it can to meet it.

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Wild Honors

Updated: 06/14/2004 - The Wildlife Center of Virginia gets high honors for its high-tech approach to its work.

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Local Legislators Want Taxes Lowered

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Delegate Chris Saxman, R-20, spent Monday morning perusing Governor Warner's amendments to the state budget.

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Little Hero

Updated: 06/14/2004 - You've heard of young ones, eight- or 10-year-olds, stepping in to save the life of a loved one. But this little girl was only two years old when her great grandmother needed her.

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VA Farm Deaths Up

Updated: 06/13/2004 - As the farming season gets into high gear, farming deaths are on the rise.

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Think the Bickering is Over?

Updated: 06/13/2004 - Maybe not. Republicans and Democrats might battle it out again in Richmond this week.

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Town Rallies Around Boy, Family

Updated: 06/13/2004 - It was a day to raise money to help a little boy, and that's just what the town of Moorefield, WV did.

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Wishes for Noah

Updated: 06/13/2004 - Looking at Noah Greenwalt on Saturday, you'd never know he was sick. The four-year-old spent the day smiling from ear to ear, and that was the idea.

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Suspicious Package

Updated: 06/13/2004 - Police respond to a suspicious package, fearing it could be a bomb.

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Crystal Meth Bust a First

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Police are claiming a victory in the war on drugs in the valley after a major bust.

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Still No Suspects

Updated: 06/11/2004 - It's been nearly nine months since Rachael Good, of Elkton, vanished. She was pregnant at the time. Her baby was due next week.

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