My life’s journey met with momentous happenings last week. Let’s start with Thursday.
For many of us, it’s those red kettles coming out at Christmas time and a cadre of friendly bell ringers that remind us of The Salvation Army.
She’s funny. She’s witty. She’s caring and compassionate. She’s a business owner. And she’s created something that didn’t exist before. These days, she’s feeling pretty good and she ought to. Making things happen can be intoxicating.
The Culpeper Times goes to the printer sometime on Wednesday afternoon. By Thursday morning, you’ll see it appear at more than 300 locations in racks throughout the county and town. You’ll also find us online. We thought we’d give you…
The State Theatre on Main Street has sat empty since September of last year with news that it was no longer in operation.
It was a few days before Easter and businessman Steve Corbin decided to color more than Easter eggs.
Full program debuts May 31 at 6:30 p.m. at Culpeper United Methodist
Culpeper Media Network General Manager Jonathan Krawchuk is a happy camper these days. He learned recently that they have received two Telly Awards. Founded in 1979, the Telly Awards is the premier award honoring outstanding local, regional, and cable TV…
Culpeper native Gary Walker has an idea that he hopes catches fire. This Saturday he will be hosting the first grilling contest held at Gary’s Ace Hardware in the Meadowbrook Shopping Center.
Mark Herring is the Attorney General for the state of Virginia. He is also a father of young children. In 2014, he traveled some 2,200 miles around the state in a roughly two week period conducting a public safety tour.…