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Audry Nicole Rhodes, 21, of Castleton, faced her review hearing for a probation violation at Rappahannock County Circuit Court on Monday. Rhodes’ court-appointed supervisor, Warrenton-based Probation Officer Myra Fields, testified that Rhodes, a mother of two, admitted to using substances, failed to report, and was charged again in Alexandria when her second child was born with methamphetamine and opiates in its system. 

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The Rappahannock County Grand Jury on Monday handed down true bills of indictment for five defendants with a total of 24 charges among them. Leading the pack was Lawrence “Junior” Wood Jr., of Amissville, with 19 charges of larceny by check, forging checks, uttering—another form of forgery — obtaining money falsely, committing construction fraud, and passing bad checks.

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The Moderna vaccine has arrived in the Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District, which includes Rappahannock County, where the medical team is already finalizing plans to deliver vaccinations starting tomorrow (Tuesday).

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Thanksgiving is a few days away and after nine months of pandemic fatigue residents of Rappahannock County, like everybody else in Virginia and across the nation, are anxious to reconnect with family and friends.

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A fire Monday morning at 180 Five Forks Road in Woodville caused extensive damage to a house set a fair distance back from the road.

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May 15, 1986: The documents contained in the clerk’s office at the courthouse are being preserved on microfilm by the Archives Division of the Virginia State Library.

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On Monday night the Board of Supervisors (BOS) split 3-2 on an issue that seems to have similarly divided Amissville.