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Dori Walker, a local graphic designer, is selling artisanal t-shirts that highlight a novel quality about Rappahannock County to raise money exclusively for the food pantry.

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Gay Street Gallery’s newest exhibition opens Saturday, Oct. 23, with a reception with artists from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Beverages and refreshments will be served.

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Fall found its way here in Harris Hollow this past weekend. I hope everyone enjoyed the beautiful autumn weather we experienced this past weekend. At my house we mowed the yard, and power washed the house.

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Over the years, in my Washington column, I have expressed feelings of sympathy many times for people who have passed away in Rappahannock County. I never once imagined that I would ever be writing a column such as this in regards to my precious granddaughter. My heart aches. Something I will never get over.

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Fourth of July events; and you’re invited to our monthly public story meeting, where we invite our readers to join us in conversation about recent events. Come to Off the Grid at 10 a.m., July 2.

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The town had been without a resident physician for many years until 1974, when Werner Krebser, M.D., and Jerry Martin, M.D., purchased a 0.871-acre parcel straddling town lots 42 and 43. Krebser and Martin obtained permission from the Washington Town Council to build a full-time medical clinic on the property and, in January 1975, the new brick building housing the Rappahannock Medical Clinic was opened.

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Join the staff of the Rappahannock News on Friday, June 25, at 10 a.m. at Off the Grid in Sperryville for our monthly public story conference. Tell us what you like, what you don’t like and what you want to hear more about. Rain or shine, coffee is on us.