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A Soggy Celebration

Updated: 06/09/2003 - It was another wet graduation for JMU students. This time, the show did go on.

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Explore More at Downtown Museum

Updated: 06/09/2003 - Summer is almost here and your kids will soon be begging for something to do. Parents, you can relax. The perfect summer escape for your family may be close-by in downtown Harrisonburg.

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Financial Help From Fans

Updated: 06/09/2003 - The JMU Dukes are getting some financial help from their fans. Donor dollars plus non-tax money will build a nearly ten million dollar athletic complex.

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JMU Board of Visitors Ignores Issue

Updated: 06/06/2003 - The JMU Board of Visitors wholly ignored the Plan B pill at their latest meeting, and that has some organizations upset.

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Updated: 06/06/2003 - Satellite TV service building ops center in Frederick County.

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Gangs of Harrisonburg

Updated: 06/05/2003 - For two weeks we've been looking at local gangs after an alleged gang murder in Augusta county, but here's a wake up call for Harrisonburg and Rockingham County residents. Gangs are now leaving their mark in your community.

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Plan B for New School

Updated: 06/04/2003 - It could be a few more years before Harrisonburg sees a new elementary school. The school board has come up with an alternative plan to deal with its overcrowding problem.

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Apartment Fire

Updated: 06/04/2003 - The sound of an explosion caused some concern for people living at a Harrisonburg apartment complex Tuesday afternoon.

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New Tax Tables

Updated: 06/04/2003 - President Bush's new tax cuts will mean more money in your paycheck. The new withholding tables are out.

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Sups Sue for Defamation Damages

Scales of Justice

Updated: 06/03/2003 - Two Page County supervisors say their reputations have been ruined and they're suing for $20 million.

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More Money, More Teachers

Updated: 06/03/2003 - It could be just what Valley schools really need. The state Board of Education is asking legislators to change the funding formula which determines how much the state must pay local schools.

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Hatfield-McCoy Truce

Updated: 06/03/2003 - Hatfields, McCoys to sign truce ending historic feud.

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Lead Dangers More Widespread

Updated: 06/03/2003 - New research shows lead poisoning is even more of a problem than previously thought.

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Not in My Backyard!

Updated: 06/03/2003 - The Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy has announced plans to buy Augusta County's Eastside Speedway.

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Inmate Dies

Updated: 06/02/2003 - Man convicted of sexual assault dies in jail.

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Store Fires


Updated: 06/02/2003 - Police say fires at 2 Winchester stores intentionally set.

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A Rainy Relay 4 Life

Updated: 06/02/2003 - The wet weather didn't dampen the spirits of thousands of walkers at Relay for Life.

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Mr. Big Time College Grad

Updated: 06/02/2003 - An exceptional student has graduated in Virginia. He's only 13-years-old and has been nominated for the Nobel Peace prize twice.

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Heavy Rains May Cause Depression

Updated: 06/02/2003 - Many people suffer from seasonal affective disorder in the winter. But it's not just for winter anymore.

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New Help for Back Pain

Updated: 06/02/2003 - Artificial discs are on the way for back surgeries, giving hope to those in pain.

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