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Guard dogs run owner into court

The owner of three Anatolian shepherd guard dogs at a Flint Hill sheep and cattle farm is scheduled be in Rappahannock County General District Court June 14 to address civil charges that the dogs are dangerous.
RappU and me: A match made in heaven

When my husband and I bought a weekend home in Rappahannock County, I wondered how we would get the opportunity to meet new people. When RappU published a list of course offerings, I decided to see if there was anything…
A spike in earnings

Pre-kindergarteners from Wakefield Country Day School visited the Luray Zoo recently and spent some time with their adopted friend, Snuggles the porcupine, for whom they'd helped raise money.
RCHS’ music programs worthy of support

On May 5, I attended a concert at Rappahannock County High School that featured the RCHS Jazz Ensemble and the RCHS Panther Concert Band. Both ensembles presented programs of musical diversity and dexterity much to the enjoyment of the audience.…
Courthouse Row for May 19

Home/land transfers The following home and land transfers were recorded at the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office May 6-11: Stonewall Dorothy R. Sanborn to John R. Neibert and Sandra K. Neibert, husband and wife, 7.579 acres, $385,000, deed bargain…
The Rapp for May 19

Devin Day's Tony-nominated adventures in NYC; Joe Whited's other Washington will have to wait; Culpeper Medical's 'A' for safety; RAAC sees 'RED'; and more in this week's The Rapp.
Clark Lane neighbors say no to storage units

"Stop the zoning creep!" That's how one of nine Clark Lane neighbors attending last night's planning commission hearing summed up their unanimous opposition to a plan to build a large self-storage facility on U.S. 211
Many thanks, from Kid Pan Alley

Kid Pan Alley wants to thank everyone who participated in the Give Local Piedmont event held May 3-4. The true dedication and passion of this community was visible as the donations continued to rise into the second day of the…
As the world turns and the stones speak…

Sex! Violence! War! Beheadings! Genocide! Climate change! All that and more, here in pastoral, otherwise peaceful Rappahannock County — at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 5, at Stone Hill Amphitheater in Flint Hill, for the world premiere of John Henry’s “Arguing…
Meetings and notices for May 19

The Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors meets at 7 p.m. Monday (May 23) at the courthouse for a public hearing on the county budget, the last opportunity to provide feedback on the fiscal year 2017 budget scheduled to be adopted…
Down Memory Lane for May 19

June 29, 1950 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jenkins will open their new restaurant and pool room, “Washington Cafe,” Saturday morning, July 1, in Washington, across Main Street from the post office. The Cafe, completely redecorated, will be open daily to…