Shenandoah National Park officials are proposing a system that could require visitors to obtain tickets in advance of their hike up Madison County’s popular Old Rag Mountain in an effort to control the number of hikers and combat bottlenecks that can create long waits along narrow corridors of the nearly 10-mile loop trail.
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"Watch out for deer!" — that's the message from Shenandoah National Park, according to a news release Friday: Shenandoah has observed a conce…
Representative Bob Good should immediately resign. We in Virginia are paying his salary and healthcare. By refusing to wear a mask indoors, he could have put students and staff in danger. Outdoors, he irresponsibly urged students to follow his example ignoring public health and safety regulations. But also, mandating them to ignore ALL mandates.
So I reached out to Jordan and Cliff Miller. They immediately agreed to allow us to use the lawn at our discretion, to run our classes and continue to operate our business. No questions asked, no caveats. They refused compensation.
Virginia’s top transportation official on Sept. 30 declined the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors’ appeal that he reconsider reducing t…
Chair of the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors Debbie Donehey signed a letter sent to the head of the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) last week requesting the agency reconsider reducing the speed limit on a U.S. Route 211 corridor in Sperryville near an entrance to Shenandoah National Park that’s been home to more than two dozen crashes in recent years.
There’s a very important election coming up in November, particularly for Rappahannock County, our Board of Supervisors and Piedmont District. While I am unable to attend many of the meetings in person, I keep up with the videos of the meetings, and let me tell you, they are a real eye-opener.
I live in the Piedmont District, and I will be enthusiastically voting to re-elect Christine Smith as my representative on the Board of Supervisors. I hope you will, too. In a time when we have been thrown a lot of curveballs with COVID-19, Christine has led the county through tough situations.