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Biz Bio: Your water when you need it

Judson Walls is a guy who as an Air Force navigator mapped out the skies guiding B52s. When he retired in 2000, he then trekked to Tysons Corner where he worked for some 10 years as a business and government consultant. […]

News

TOWN NEWS

Last Thursday, Jesse Lewis Breeden, 87, passed away at his residence after a long, hard fight with heart and other illnesses. His wife of 43 years, Carrie Payne Breeden, was at his bedside. […]

Columnists

CURD QUIPS: Is your cheese fresh or frozen?

When it comes to cheese, there’s a fine line to walk in the cooler. Living cheeses, meaning real cheeses, and especially raw milk cheeses are each alive. These cheeses (like people) develop traits and features as they age – usually for the better. Similarly, living cheeses have a lifespan. A lifespan that can be shortened as cheeses are exposed to prolonged heat or preserved in a cool and humid environment. Cool is good for cheese all the way down to 33 degrees. Humidity requirements vary by type/ style of cheese. […]

News

EVHS FFA named top chapter in the state

Eighteen members of the Eastern View FFA Chapter traveled to Blacksburg, Virginia on June 20-23 to compete in several different events at the State FFA Convention. Winners of the State FFA Career Development Events (CDE’s) were recognized June 23 at the fifth session of the 90th Virginia State FFA Convention held in Blacksburg, Virginia. Eastern View FFA placed 2nd in the Agriculture Issues Forum with team members Jordan O’Bryant, Taryn Tretick, Lenna Neely, Miranda Petagna, and Ashleigh Lusk. These students had to pick and research an agriculture related topic and develop a skit to present to a panel of judges. The skit had to be presented five times prior to the CDE at the State FFA Convention. […]

Columnists

The Sweet Side of Things: Ice cream or gelato – it’s all sweet and good

Remember the saying, “I scream, you scream, we all scream for _____________”, fill in the blank, gelato or ice cream. At one point in time, at least in the U.S., we all screamed for ice cream but not anymore. In today’s environment, you have a choice of ice cream or gelato, all good, it just boils down to personal preference. […]

Opinion

Sheriff’s summer camps a success

The Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office recently wrapped up the 5th Annual Scott H. Jenkins Summer Youth Sports Camps. A special thank you to Sheriff Jenkins, his command staff, all the deputies and staff involved in this year’s camps. Without the support from within the Sheriff’s Office these camps would not be the success that they are each year. […]

Opinion

Praise for the police

We want to thank all the police officers, and first responders, in Culpeper County area for a job well done. We stand with you and applaud your service to our community! […]