What’s up with Wednesdays

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. […]


Veteran series garners cable station worldwide recognition

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 commercials and programs, the finest video and film productions, and web commercials, videos and films. Earning Bronze Awards in the Film/Video category, they took home recognition for their coverage of the 2016 Camp Fantastic and their recent collaboration with the Culpeper Times, War Veterans: History of our Heros. […]


Herring says state working ‘relentlessly’ to track dealers

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. The message was the same from all the agencies that he visited. It resonated and impacted Herring on a professional and personal level. […]


From Where I Sit: Simply outstanding

This paper has covered the finals for the Career Partners E-Squared competition for a number of years. This year I had the privilege of serving as one of the judges for the preliminary round where 12 teams are whittled down to six for the finals. […]


Awaken to new life

When you walk into the new home of Reformation Lutheran Church now located at 601 Madison Road it’s like stepping inside a new car or freshly painted room. The space is open, airy and so light filled. […]


What’s going on over there?

This week town council members will continue working with their proposed town budget. With expanded boundaries as a result of the town/county water/sewer agreement a few years ago, the town’s ability to development projects has increased. As an example, Lidi Grocery Store near Lowe’s is anticipated to open this summer. The European grocery chain will have a 36,000 square foot footprint at Ira Hoffman Lane and James Madison Highway. Another significant development project is the expansion of the Ardent Mills Factory which will include a new silo storage as well a associated elevator facilities and access ways. […]


Public hearing will allow citizens to comment on proposed FY18 budget

Dealing with numbers, lots of numbers can be daunting particularly when you attempt to sift through pages and pages of a county budget. This year’s proposed FY county budget comes in at $164,618,494. It consists of estimates and requests from all the departments that have been fine tuned and discussed for the past weeks. A public hearing will allow citizens to question and comment on the proposed operating and capital budgets. […]