Undaunted by an historic snowfall (if your time horizon is three years), renowned intrepid Sperryville hiker Tony Lovato, who has hiked all 500 miles of Shenandoah National Park’s trails, walks to keep his “edge” on the new Sperryville Walking Trail, with his four-legged partner Chai setting…
Bean Hollow isn’t exactly Piccadilly Circus, but they now likely have one thing in common: a red London phone booth. The distinctive relic was a Christmas gift for Rappahannock philanthropy booster Bill Dietel from his grandchildren — all 11 of them. The seed of the idea came from a birthday celebration years ago, Dietel says. “My five children were trying to come up with a theme.
Bobby Reid's “Eagle Court of Honor,” referred to as Scouting’s greatest moment, was held Saturday night at Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church in Sperryville. Friends and family alike were on hand for the Troop 316 ceremony, saluting the outstanding young man for attaining the highest rank in all of Scouting.
The Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office and its 911 dispatch center are getting a new emergency generator to replace a decades-old model that was tucked beneath the porch of the former jail and “blew up,” according to Ricky Jenkins (right), the county’s maintenance manager.
The exhibit will be on display through Nov. 20 in honor of the holiday. If you know a veteran who would like to be a part of future exhibits, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Hero’s Bridge is dedicated to serving elderly veterans, age 65 and older. Visit www.herosbridge.org for more information.
Eleven year old Stephen Ganz already possesses a genuine knack for composition in photography. And for good reason. This selfie with a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera is not only an example of his emerging skill, but also a poignant reminder of the influence of COVID-19 on perceptio…