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Thank you for your support

The 2016 Tri-County Walk Committee would like to thank Walkers of Culpeper, Madison and Orange Counties, sponsors and volunteers for their generosity and support with this year’s 2016 Tri-County Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
Culpeper’s Red Light District

A monster steel lattice cell tower is looming in our future. In Boston, Va. 255 feet tall and just off Route 522 on Culpeper's far western border. It is meant to improve the poor cell phone coverage in that area.
Time to think about Christmas giving

The Culpeper Community Christmas Basket Program is gearing up for the 2016 season and has applications for recipients ready to be picked up and mailed in to us. Applications can be picked up at Social Services, United Way and Culpeper…
Fired up over Facebook comment

To the anonymous administrator/s of the “Culpeper Deputies No Longer Silent” Facebook page: I read today (6 October 2016) that, “While [Sheriff Scott H. Jenkins] worked in Rappahannock and Sheriff [Connie S. Compton] was out of town he took upon…
Agewise:  Preventing Elder Abuse

By the year 2050, the population of adults aged 65 and over in the United States is projected to be 88.5 million-more than twice the older adult population from six years ago according to the US Census Bureau. The National…
Culpeper Currents: A veteran’s story

In October of 1781 around 16,000 American and French forces initiated the siege against Lord Cornwallis’ army. Many men from Culpeper County participated in this pivotal event which helped end the American Revolution.
Create a new path for Virginia Veterans

President Obama held a town hall on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at Fort Lee to discuss national security, foreign policy, and veterans issues that impact the military. Sen. Bryce Reeves called on President Obama to address a new path forward for…