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One cold day last February, Jennifer Matthews and her sister Penelope Ferguson were sorting through their family storage and happened upon a stack of papers. In it, the sisters found an official Purple Heart certificate signed on behalf of the United States of America.

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In 1861, Virginia seceded from the Union. Which is not to say any battles or even skirmishes were fought in the Town of Washington during the Civil War. But the War did not bypass the town. 

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It’s quite the honor, Gille observes, for a junior rider and show jumper of Olivia’s age and level to be sponsored by a leading international tack brand like Devoucoux.

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Rappahannock County Commonwealth’s Attorney Art Goff doesn’t come close to mincing words when criticizing Virginia Governor Ralph Northam for ordering the removal of a 60-foot statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Richmond, known as the Lee Monument.