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Saving Farms

Updated: 09/18/2002 - Rockingham County develops an agriculture task force to help meet the future needs of our farmers.

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Team In Training

Updated: 09/18/2002 - I've raised $1,500, now find out where it's all going.

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Iraq Action Sought Before U.N. Vote

Updated: 09/18/2002 - The Bush administration pressed Congress to take the lead in authorizing force against Iraq Wednesday after the U.S. campaign for a tough new U.N. resolution was undercut by Saddam Hussein's offer on inspections.

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Prison Employees Wants Answers From Gov. Warner

Updated: 09/18/2002 - Staunton Correctional Center employees say if the state would offer early retirement packages to the workers, that would solve a lot of their employment problem.

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Gearing Resigns

Updated: 09/18/2002 - Long time school board member Jean Gearing has resigned. School board is looking for replacement.

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What to Do With K-8

Updated: 09/18/2002 - Harrisonburg School Board puts out five options for its K-8 grade configuration in terms of its long range plan and looks for your input.

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Heading Back to School

Updated: 09/17/2002 - A local lawmaker is going back to school before he goes back to Richmond.

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No Physical, No School

Updated: 09/17/2002 - Two Valley boys are not being allowed back to their school and an oversite is to blame.

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Education Bond

Updated: 09/17/2002 - Your vote could bring $107 million worth of construction to the Valley.

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ADHD and Girls

Updated: 09/17/2002 - It's a disorder that affects many kids. But, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder may be going undetected in many girls. A new study found as many as 75 percent of girls with ADHD may slip through the cracks.

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Beef Recall

Updated: 09/17/2002 - Company recalls tainted beef.

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Learning Styles

Updated: 09/16/2002 - A child may be using one of three learning styles. One style is not better than the other, but experts say understanding which one they are using will make learning easier for them.

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RAID Program

Updated: 09/16/2002 - A program to keep non-violent offenders out of jail is expanding.

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Fatal Crash

Updated: 09/16/2002 - Teen killed in accident with RV.

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Social Services

Updated: 09/16/2002 - Things at the Mealy house are hectic, in addition to dealing with four kids, the Mealy's are trying to clear their name.

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Drought Relief

Updated: 09/13/2002 - gov. Mark Warner is seeking drought disaster designations for 23 Virginia counties.

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West Nile Virus

Updated: 09/13/2002 - The West Nile virus has gone from second thought to a serious problem, but the worst could be over for the year.

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New Bus Laws?

Updated: 09/13/2002 - You can usually find him in his office or visiting students in Page County schools. But, now superintendent of schools Dr. Robert Chappell has a new interest he hopes will serve the kids in his classroom and their families.

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Corn Fire

Updated: 09/12/2002 - Fire crews work on a corn field fire that so far has engulfed 20-acres. The drought is making it tough to put out.

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Plane Crash Suit

Updated: 09/12/2002 - The family of a student pilot killed in McGaheysville is suing the flight school.

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Water Restriction

Updated: 09/12/2002 - Enforcement ordinances are being drawn up, but will they be used?

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More Volunteers

Updated: 09/12/2002 - A new law could mean more volunteer firefighters.

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