Former Board Member, Friends of the Rappahannock County Library, former Board Member and Chair Library Board of Trustees, former Board Member and Chair of Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Board. A resident of Woodville, she’s lived in Rappahannock since 1968.
Dozens of community members joined Foothills Forum, the Rappahannock News and Businesses of Rappahannock at Mountainside Physical Therapy to discuss issues raised in the recent series “Work in Progress,” a look at the past, present and future of the county’s economy.
Three-dozen Rappahannock community leaders and residents attended last Sunday’s Foothills Forum community discussion surrounding rural transportation challenges. The forum, held at Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church in Sperryville, followed reporter Randy Rieland’s two-part special report — “G…
Video of the community discussion co-sponsored Oct. 8 at the Washington fire hall by the Rappahannock News, Foothills Forum, Aging Together and Rapp at Home to assess the findings of “A Troubling Diagnosis,” the recent three-part explanatory journalism series published in the Rappahannock News.
Raised in Rappahannock, Andrew Kohler, M.D., is making the county proud as he continues upon his own journey to becoming a doctor.
With this week’s edition you will notice a new byline in the Rappahannock News. Please welcome Monica Marciano, who thanks to the generosity of the Foothills Forum will spend this summer of 2017 as an editorial intern with our newspaper.
A Rappahannock News – Foothills Forum Special ReportAs the county prepares to adopt minor changes to its Comprehensive Plan, major challenges remain to the delicate balance that keeps Rappahannock unique. Part one of this two-part series can be found here
Today’s Rappahannock News includes the last installment of a three-part series, “Rappahannock’s Digital Dilemma.” Underwritten by the nonprofit, nonpartisan Foothills Forum to explore a top concern of respondents to Foothills’ countywide survey last year — that being the lack of broadband an…
More than 30 interested citizens showed up for last Friday’s forum, jointly hosted by the Rappahannock News and the Foothills Forum at Tula’s Restaurant in Washington, a discussion focused on the start of a Foothills-sponsored series on cell and broadband issues in Rappahannock. Among the co…
Six years as editor of this rag and I have refrained from writing even one opinion column because . . . well, it seemed as if having an opinion, or making you all read it, would clash with the work I mostly do — which involves listening, taking notes and praying that I can read them later.