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Craftier Than Ever: Culpeper’s Fourth Annual ‘Gnarly Hops and Barley Fest’ Craft Beer Festival

Culpeper Renaissance Inc. (CRI) is proud to serve up its fourth annual beer festival this April. Over the past several months, the team has been planning the best Gnarly Hops and Barley Fest yet. Ticket holders can look forward to several new breweries on tap and a wide selection of mouth-watering local food. Located again in the historic Downtown Culpeper area, this craft beer festival is sure to live up to its “gnarly” name. […]

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Athlete of the Week: A humble smile and warrior’s spirit describe this Devillette

Last Monday Culpeper’s junior midfielder Breqlyne Johnson had an outstanding game by any measure –she tallied three goals quickly in the first half. She was focused on scoring more goals. In fact, she was so focused that she overlooked a major career milestone unfolding on her team’s home field. […]

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UVA Culpeper Hospital Planned Telephone Outage

On Tuesday, March 22, UVA Culpeper Hospital, Powell Wellness Center, Culpeper Hospital Thrift Shop and the Free Clinic of Culpeper will experience a planned telephone outage from 5-7 p.m. while the phone lines are being updated. If you need to reach someone at the hospital during this time, please call 540.829.4199. […]

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Bowen earns honors as Beauregard’s longtime manager

Working the land is hard work..particularly physically. “It’s tougher and tougher to do,” chuckled Jim Bowen who was the recipient of the Culpeper Chamber’s 2016 Agribusiness of the Year Award. Candi, his wife, who helped for many years with bookkeeping was at his side Monday as several dozen gathered at their home to celebrate the recognition. […]

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New CRI director enjoying the ‘Culpeper Experience’

In September last year, Dan Goldstein sat in a town council meeting watching a presentation by Culpeper Renaissance Inc. (CRI) Interim Executive Director Jeff Sadler about the “Culpeper Experience” and what CRI needed to do to bolster and expand the downtown shopping and dining experience. […]

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Abate’s Marine Corps mentality make him one squared away sergeant

He met his wife at a Marine Corps Birthday Ball in Quantico in 1998. He was a Marine MP, she a photographer for the Navy. Both came with the requisite bloodline for his law enforcement calling. His uncle was a Marine Mustang Officer, his cousin was in the Marines, his grandfather a medic in the Army, his father-in-law a Command Master Chief in the Navy – all bound by oaths of service: like Sgt. Abate is now. Even his oldest son is in the Marines, bound by the same oath of service. […]

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Spring into summer camp planning

This Sunday is the official first day of spring. Once into warmer weather thoughts almost immediately turn to summer and with school out in just a few months, it’s not too soon to plan for summer activities. Fortunately, there are many options. As summer approaches more summer camp options and programs will emerge, so it’s time to start doing a little research for the best way to keep the little and not-so-little ones amused, educated and entertained. A few are listed here to get you started. […]