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ESL Students Placing Heavy Demand on School System

Updated: 02/18/2004 - The Harrisonburg School Board met Tuesday and discussed the influx of ESL students. The board will try to send board member Dr. Cathy Slusher to speak to the City Council about the demands.

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Supervisors Decide Animal Shelter Location

Updated: 02/18/2004 - Finding a new location for a controversial animal shelter has been a top priority for the Page County Board of Supervisors. Tuesday, the board decided where it should go.

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Introducing Kids to the Arts

Updated: 02/17/2004 - They filed in bus by bus to see a special performance of "Peter and the Wolf."

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Major Changes are On the Way for One Valley Community

Updated: 02/17/2004 - The owners of the Ivy Ridge Development in Fishersville say they're ready and so our their clients. Several new businesses, including a Sheetz gas station, are coming to Fishersville.

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Reported Flu Cases Down

Updated: 02/17/2004 - The worst has probably come and gone, but that doesn't mean flu season is over.

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The Star Plan Explained

Updated: 02/17/2004 - Here's a closer look at the plan by "Star Solutions" that was chosen for widening I-81.

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Using Fake Coupons May Become a Crime

Updated: 02/16/2004 - Virginia retailers say shoppers are forging and printing counterfeit coupons off the internet to get savings and discounts.

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Broadway Wants $350,000 to Revitalize

Updated: 02/17/2004 - The Broadway town council is requesting $350,000 from TEA-21 grant funding. The money would be used in conjunction with the Streetscape program to give a new look to Broadway.

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Sales Abound on President's Day

Updated: 02/16/2004 - Monday, many of you had the day off and retailers took advantage of that with a fury of sales and promotions.

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Putting Tolls on Trucks Could Hurt the Local Economy

Updated: 02/17/2004 - A panel studying two competing proposals to widen 1-81 chose Star Solutions late last week. One part of the plan involves a toll on commercial trucks. But, the President of the Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce says those tolls will have a negative impact on the economy.

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Plan B Back in State Spotlight

Updated: 02/14/2004 - Plan B, or the Morning After Pill, iqnited Valley dissent last year. Now more debate...

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Hidden Messages

Updated: 02/14/2004 - Marion security company to develop center for intercepting messages between criminals and terrorists.

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Another Body Found in WV

Posted: 02/14/2004 - Body found near where a missing Augusta Woman was discovered.

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Local author greeted readers in Harrisonburg today.

Updated: 02/14/2004 - Warren Braun is noted philanthropist, local author, and a former TV 3 chief engineer. He was on hand today to sign his latest book "The three faces of the future." It's a fictional novel about a large asteroid hitting the earth and destroying a third of the US.

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Do we stay or do we go?

Updated: 02/14/2004 - Last Monday, the city council voted unanimously in favor of the home improvement store coming to Waynesboro. And, that has put residents living in the area in a tough position.

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Tolls Would Push Trucks Off 81

Updated: 02/13/2004 - A new state commission study finds charging trucks tolls on Interstate 81 would push thousands of tractor trailers on to other Virginia roads.

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Same-Sex Couples Denied Marriage Licenses

Updated: 02/13/2004 - Eight same-sex couples were denied marriage licenses at Richmond Circuit Court today as legislators voted three blocks away to pass a bill affirming the state's ban on gay marriages.

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KB Toys Closing Local Stores

Updated: 02/13/2004 - The KB Toys stores in Harrisonburg and Winchester are among the 11 stores closing in Virginia.

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