Did the snow surprise you? I watch the news pretty carefully and I knew they were calling for some falling weather, but they were so changeable in the amounts they were predicting, I lost faith in them. One day it was 1.2 inches, the next it was 3.5 and the next day it was down to almost not…
Rappahannock couple John Beardsley and Steph Ridder help conserve grassland birds on their farm and through serving on the steering committee of Virginia Working Landscapes, in this week’s Wild Ideas column.
Rappahannock County’s 2019 Christmas parade — and the surrounding “Christmas in Little Washington” festivities — came off without a hitch Sunday.
Rappahannock native Libby Westphal (formerly Fletcher), who recently was crowned “Transcontinental Mrs USA,” will appear in Sunday’s annual Christmas parade.
“Everyone’s got a talent/Everyone’s got a gift.” That’s the theme of this year’s RAAC Community Theatre holiday show, “The Talented Clementine”… and the opening lines of one of the play’s charming songs.
It’s almost time for Rappahannock's annual Christmas in Little Washington extravaganza. This year promises a full day of activities with some wonderful attractions.
Bayard “Toby” Waterbury (left), Branch Manager and Bank Officer of Atlantic Union Bank in Washington, and Rob Talton (far right), Atlantic Union’s Regional Vice President of Business Banking, presented a check in the amount of $2,000 to the Rappahannock Food Pantry’s Mimi Forbes and Pete Stenner.
To say that times were tough during the Great Depression is a huge understatement. Americans who had not lost their jobs were often forced to take sizable pay cuts, and so, learning to live on very little was the way of life for many families for the decade beginning in 1929.