Rappahannock County is blessed with an abundance of interesting individuals doing interesting things, often not widely known. In the interest of community-sharing and in the first of an occasional series, Rappahannock News’ Walter Nicklin does a Q&A with Flint Hill’s…
I ask that you oppose the proposed Limited Residential Lodging Act. Years ago, in choosing to live on agricultural property bounded by similarly zoned neighboring properties in rural Rappahannock County, my family and I chose the bucolic over the expedient,…
Last year, I visited the Kings Children’s Home in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. I hand delivered donated funds to this home for abandoned and abused babies from Trinity Church, individual parishioners, family members, and many other Rappahannockers.
This week, late one night, an advancing electrical fire in our attic caused us to call 911 and we wanted to thank all those volunteers for their quick response,
I must compliment the Rappahannock News for its thorough and comprehensive coverage of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Silver Anniversary Observance on Sunday, Jan. 17
We’re still months away from the Big Vote this fall, but several key election-related events will happen in February and March. A rundown from Rappahannock County Director of Elections Kimberly McKiernan.
Without the treatment that began with the Amissville Volunteer Fire and Rescue team, I may not have had a future at all.
We would like to thank all of those people who came out to the Washington Firehall on Wednesday, Jan. 6, to donate blood at the Red Cross Bloodmobile.
One of the toughest challenges people face is getting to and from cancer treatments. They may be too sick to drive themselves, may not have a car or someone to drive them, or may not be able to afford gas…
A number of Republican and Democrat Virginia legislators — 15 so far — have proposed to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) that it conduct a comprehensive review of the cumulative regional environmental and possibly adverse economic impacts of having…
I was amused by the photo of honey bees on the bird feeder [front page, Jan. 7]. Our warm weather brought them out looking for pollen, scarce to non-existent at this time of year.
His name is Emir Abdelkader, which means “servant of God.” As a theocrat, he is a John Winthrop; as a father of his country, a George Washington, and as a chivalrous warrior who fought the good fight but did not…
What a loss to the county that Roger Piantadosi will no longer be at the helm of the Rappahannock News!
I want to thank all the people who have spoken out against microwave radiation technology in recent years. I won't name them, but they know who they are.
In order for me to represent you effectively, I need to hear from you regarding important public policy issues that may be deliberated during the session.
Too many folks go out of the county for services, when qualified services are here, but they still expect the local businesses to contribute, contribute and contribute.