Annual Thanksgiving Service: America is resilient

America and the church’s resolve was honored Thursday at the annual Culpeper Christian Community Thanksgiving Worship Service. Guest speaker, Dr. Doug Springer, author, founder and president of the national and global disaster relief organization “Somebody Cares America/International, talked about how…
Dodson signs with University of Hartford

  Raegan Dodson’s work ethic paid off. The Highland School senior signed with the University of Hartford Nov. 20 to play women’s lacrosse for the school’s second-year program. “I’m overwhelmed with excitement,” Dodson said. “I’m excited to help other people…
Puzzle Room Live tests residents problem solving skills

  Culpeper will welcome its first escape room Friday. Dan Glanz Jr., a Culpeper resident, decided to open the Puzzle Room Live, LLC after falling in love with escape rooms while on vacation with his wife. “My wife and I…
Putting veterans first

  Veterans put our country first every day, on Saturday the country and those in attendance at Culpeper National Cemetery put veterans first. During the annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony, Brett Reistat, Past Dept. Commander, and Candidate 2018-19 American Legion National…
CCSO sieze guns, drugs in traffic stop

Guns and drugs were seized at a traffic stop on Rixeyville Road in Culpeper Saturday night.  The occupants of the vehicle were juveniles. Two were charged and detained and two were released to their parents.  All four are students in…
Freitas, Webert re-elected, Keene upsets Hutchins

  Culpeper County solidly voted Republican Tuesday night in the 2017 election. In stark contrast to the rest of the state, Culpeper re-elected two Republican delegates – Nick Freitas (District 30) and Michael Webert (District 18). Freitas held his victory…
Priest takes over as new Culpeper National Cemetery director

  Matthew Priest comes from a long lineage of soldiers. Priest, the new Director of the Culpeper National Cemetery Complex, now has the responsibility of helping his fallen brothers be laid to rest. Priest’s grandfather, father and brother all served…