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Bush Behind New Park

Updated: 12/20/2002 - President Bush has signed a bill creating a new national park in the Valley.

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VWIL Dealt A Blow

Updated: 12/20/2002 - Local military leadership program may be in jeopardy.

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Sen. Lott Resigns as Republican Leader

Updated: 12/20/2002 - Sen. Trent Lott will step down as Senate Republican leader a senior GOP aide close to the Mississippian said Friday.

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Public Transportation on Its Way

Updated: 12/19/2002 - Two public transportation buses are set to run in January 2003. The price to ride is 50 cents.

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Sludge Laws

Updated: 12/20/2002 - The state may crack down on farmers who use treated human waste on their fields.

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Crimesolver Case for 12/19/02

Updated: 01/17/2005 - The Rockingham County Sheriff's Office is investigating the daytime burglary at a residence located along Port Republic Road near the intersection with Highway 276 in the Cross Keys area of Rockingham County.

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No More College Cuts

Updated: 12/20/2002 - They've been cut already, and Gov. Warner says state colleges "will not" see more cuts in his proposed budget.

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The Gift of Music

Updated: 12/19/2002 - A Valley outreach for needy kids is kicking off on a high note. A local university and business are giving the gift of music to those who need it most.

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Drunk Drivers

Updated: 12/19/2002 - Some promising news when it comes to drunk drivers.

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Staunton School Renovations?

Updated: 12/18/2002 - Staunton city officials say they won't know how much money they will have until the General Assembly ends.

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Top Candidate

Updated: 12/19/2002 - A former student may be heading back to EMU, this time to serve as president.

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Telemarketing Relief

Updated: 12/18/2002 - If you're tired of telemarketing calls, some relief may be in sight.

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Long Range Plan Short Sighted?

Updated: 12/18/2002 - Harrisonburg School Board could not come to an agreement on its school configuration plan.

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Budget Plan

Updated: 12/18/2002 - Find out what's in store when Gov. Warner presents his budget later this week.

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Supporting the Troops

Updated: 12/18/2002 - More than 320 families in the Valley won't be together this Christmas. Find out what you can do to help.

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Light Pollution

Updated: 12/18/2002 - Waynesboro City Council and staff met to discuss how to cut down light pollution.

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Wind Turbine

Updated: 12/17/2002 - Every year farmers spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to power their farms. But, there may be a way to cut costs.

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Study: Kids Exposed to TV Beer Marketing

Updated: 12/17/2002 - Young Americans are exposed to more television commercials for beer than for sneakers, gum or jeans, according to a study released Tuesday.

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Raising Taxes?

Updated: 12/17/2002 - Some Virginia agencies are still reeling from the first round of state budget cuts. This week, Gov. Warner will propose a plan to deal with the remaining $1 billion dollar deficit.

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Cost of Passing Away

Updated: 12/16/2002 - Passing away in one valley city is becoming a little more costly.

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Smallpox Vaccines

Updated: 12/16/2002 - The smallpox vaccine is coming to the valley. State officials want over 12,000 health care workers to get vaccinated.

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