Brittani Renee Dodson received her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Shenandoah University on May 9.
Liz Blubaugh, Headwaters READ program director for more than two years, passes on her program responsibilities last week to Dianne Handy. Liz and her team of 18 remarkable volunteers meet twice a week during the school year at RCES and…
Our second try at reporting on RCHS senior James MacLeod's recent admission to Davidson College with a four-year QuestBridge National College Match Scholarship; two grants to support Headwaters' After-School program.
Culpeper Minute Men Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Medals go to seniors at Rappahannock County High School and Wakefield Country Day School.
Rappahannock County High School senior James MacLeod has been admitted to Davidson College and has been awarded a four-year QuestBridge National College Match Scholarship.
The Headwaters board congratulates the board of the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation on its good judgment in selecting Jane Bowling-Wilson for its executive director. We on the Headwaters board have benefited from Jane’s enthusiasm, creativity and leadership during her tenure…
Jane Bowling-Wilson, an experienced education and nonprofit leader, has been chosen to serve as executive director of the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation.
A parent and student-generated initiative at Rappahannock County Elementary School this spring culminated in a homemade plastic and aluminum recycling effort at the annual end-of-the-year DARE Day festivities at RCES.
Some of the two dozen campers at the annual Rappahannock Nature Camp this week search for butterflies over a stand of Joe Pye weed.
Two Rappahannock County students at the top in their class in science were selected by their teachers and awarded full scholarships to Friends of the National Zoo (FONZ) nature camp this summer.
Among the Potomac State College of West Virginia University students, faculty and staff honored with awards and recognition recently was Emily Ashcraft, a wildlife resources major from Castleton.
The AD's (final report) on track champions and other end-of-season award-winners; WCDS' class of 2015 graduates; and CCLC youngsters make things ready for butterflies.
Photo gallery: At Rappahannock County High School’s graduation ceremony last Friday, parents, family, friends and school staff sat proudly as 72 graduates took their diplomas in hand.
Photo: Rappahannock County High School Quiz Bowlers pose on stage after taking third place in Channel 4’s “It’s Academic Super Bowl” competition.
Photo: Hazel Addison “Addie” Swindler received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Christopher Newport University on May 9.
Rappahannock County’s own Cadet Evan R. Hitt (right) and Cadet William C. Hogan were both on the Dean’s list at Virginia Military Institute for the spring semester