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Curtis Stuart and Mike Donovan have made Sumerduck Dragway into a laid back, community oriented venue where both experienced and inexperienced drivers can try out thei…

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Whether you own a desktop computer or a laptop, your computer probably has most of your work and personal life on it. It’s important to care for them and clean them re…

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From rapping as L.L. Cool Bryant in the classroom to painting pet portraits, Joyce Bryant has made an impact on the community.

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Whether with wood, clay, or life, Barbara McCulla reveals the beauty beneath.

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For this musician and teacher from The Plains, music became a cultural bridge while performing in Afghanistan in 2012

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Warrenton’s Sean Burch: mountaineer, explorer, filmmaker, author, and inspirational speaker

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Author, Minister, Professor, and Theologian Finds Love After Loss With the Help of Spiritual Care Support Ministries

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Our Fauquier County Public Libraries are central to the vitality of our community

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Microsoft has just released Windows 11, which has some people apprehensive about switching.

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This may sound like a silly thing to say, but there is so much we don’t know. Whether it’s related to history, television, or medicine, there are so many little facts …

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The Leonard family continues its longstanding year-round agritainment business on the farm that has been home for four generations

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It’s a busy busy busy time of year! But make sure to take time to enjoy the many holiday performances and activities for all ages your community has to offer.

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Warrenton resident Norma Thatcher talks to Warrenton Lifestyle about her engaging and beautifully illustrated children’s book.

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Only there are no treats, just scams online, on the phone, and by text

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Farm visits, apple picking, and haunting experiences! 

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As the calendar moves beyond a steamy, wet August, many of us start longing for that magical time known as fall in Virginia. After the cancellation of so many events in 2020, we are here to highlight some of our region’s most popular fall festivals as they reappear to usher in the new season!

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Local author Charles Price encourages everyone to help heal the growing racial divide.By Hannah Samlall

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By Aaren Cravaritis Most everyone knows the label “reluctant reader.” I prefer, and would ask us all to change that to the more promising term, “developing reader.” As a librarian who was, and is, a

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By Lisa Francis  Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is sweet, and so are you. Sounds a little cliché, but also appropriate, as April is National Poetry Month. How did it become Poetry Month?

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48 Years After First Casting A Bamboo Fly Rod, Douglas Graham Is Still Chasing Brookies In The Blue Ridge