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Minister Charged

Updated: 07/18/2003 - Prison minister charged in church camp incident.

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Body Found

Body Recovered

Updated: 07/18/2003 - Authorities try to ID body found in Shenandoah River.

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Wilson Middle School

Updated: 07/18/2003 - Augusta County School Board votes to seek approval for original Wilson Middle School plan.

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Run-Out by Rats

Updated: 07/17/2003 - A little more time has been given to the owner of a Harrisonburg duplex that was infested with rats.

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World Leaders Find Hope and Healing in the Valley

Posted: 07/17/2003 - Sept. 11, nearly 500 religious leaders and caregivers have flocked to the Valley for trauma recovery. They come from all over the world, having experienced all kinds of tragedies with the hope of healing their communities back home.

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Hoax or History?

Updated: 07/17/2003 - Front Royal citizens have petitioned to remove their mayor and several council members from office. But according to a local political analyst, this attempt to overthrow the government is "undemocratic and silly." Others say it could make history.

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New Year, New Challenges

Updated: 07/16/2003 - Building schools is only one of the big issues the school board is facing. It's officially a new school year and with that comes a new challeges.

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Destination: Northeast

Updated: 07/16/2003 - Harrisonburg needs a new elementary school. Now the discussion begins as to where it should be put. At a recent school board meeting, the political action group CHANGE put in its two cents.

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Business Up in Smoke

Updated: 07/15/2003 - Harrisonburg's cigarette tax went into effect Tuesday, and smokers have noticed. So have cigarette retailers in the city who say business is already hurting.

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Greenspan Says Fed Could Cut Rates Again

Updated: 07/15/2003 - The Federal Reserve stands ready to reduce interest rates even further if necessary to boost the sluggish economy and guard against a destabilizing fall in prices, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday.

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Gay Marriage Provision Postponed

Updated: 07/15/2003 - The Massachusetts Supreme Court was set to rule on the issue of gay marriage today - but delayed making a decision.

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Local Overthrow

Updated: 07/15/2003 - A Valley town's efforts to overhaul local government officials could set a precedent for the state.

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Fitzgerald Under Fire

Updated: 07/14/2003 - At next week's city council meeting, Harrisonburg officials will tackle one issue they consider a growing problem, the mayor.

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Man Drowns at Beach

Updated: 07/15/2003 - Police have identified the Harrisonburg man that drowned at Virginia Beach.

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A Plan Come to Fruition

Updated: 07/14/2003 - Mt. Jackson has a new town center, thanks to cooperation among the townspeople.

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Mo'Peds, Mo'Problems

Updated: 07/11/2003 - You don't need a license to operate one and they are becoming a problem for local police. Mopeds are becoming extremely popular in the Valley, especially with drivers who have lost their license for drinking and driving.

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Virginia's Finest Bagel Goes Nationwide

Updated: 07/11/2003 - A local bagel-maker just got a patent to take her tasty invention nationwide. Bake'Mmm Bagels is already a big hit in the Shenandoah Valley. Now others will get to enjoy them, too.

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Talk of the Town

Updated: 07/11/2003 - McGaheysville is on the verge of new growth and the town has something to say about it.

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Kid Fit Versus Kid Fat

Updated: 07/11/2003 - Nearly 65-percent of Americans are overweight, but it's not just adults who are tipping the scales. Obesity is a problem for one in five children. Here in the Valley, a new program designed specifically for kids is helping address that problem.

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Head Start Overhaul

Updated: 07/10/2003 - Head Start education could be changing for nearly one million preschoolers across the country.

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Hearing Loss Problems

Updated: 07/08/2003 - Noise Induced hearing loss affects millions of Americans a year. But it's easily preventable.

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Revolutionizing Truck Technology

Updated: 07/07/2003 - New technology could mean better air for you to breathe and a safer, cheaper drive for truckers. The revolutionizing project is underway at JMU.

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Shallow Swimming

Updated: 07/07/2003 - Across the country, more and more swimming pools are cementing their deep ends to keep the fun shallow and safe.

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