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February 11, 1960: A nationally known garment manufacturing company is very interested in locating a plant in Rappahannock County. The company would employ from 125 to 150 people, 90 percent of whom would be women with an annual payroll of a quarter of a million dollars.

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At Monday’s annual organizational meeting the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors elected Debbie Donehey of the Wakefield district to the position of board chair, replacing Piedmont district representative Christine Smith.

In a letter Saturday to the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission Chair David Konick thanked the board, summarized his work with the county and reported on the planners’ efforts for November/December and the year 2020. 

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Since the publication of an article in the Washington Post claiming that the “Farmers for Trump” campaign sign is “dividing” Rappahannock County, debates over the hay-bales have made their way into social media groups, letters to the editor of this newspaper, and even a Board of Zoning Appeals meeting.

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Jan. 7, 1998: In early December, after more than 30 years, Woodville Contract Postmaster Ruth Orange retired, closing the book on one of the oldest post offices in the country.