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Tomorrow in The Star (2/16): The Lord Fairfax Area Food Bank (pictured) has had a difficult time stocking local pantries since seven grocery stores closed in Winchester and Frederick County, Brian Brehm reports. Onofrio Castiglia writes that Circuit Court Judge Clifford "Clay" Athey Jr. has been appointed to the Virginia Court of Appeals to fill a vacancy. Also, Evan Goodenow reports that a Frederick County woman was sentenced to four months jail time for shooting her then-fiancee in the face in 2017.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/16): The Lord Fairfax Area Food Bank (pictured) has had a difficult time stocking local pantries since seven grocery stores closed in Winchester and Frederick County, Brian Brehm reports. Onofrio Castiglia writes that Circuit Court Judge Clifford Clay Athey Jr. has been appointed to the Virginia Court of Appeals to fill a vacancy. Also, Evan Goodenow reports that a Frederick County woman was sentenced to four months jail time for shooting her then-fiancee in the face in 2017.

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Hard to sell stuff when no one needs to pay for it

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The bridge will eventually connect a parking lot to a new Patsy Cline memorial park planned for an area near Cline's childhood home at 608 S. Kent St. www.winchesterstar.com/winchester_star/footbridge-placed-for-future-patsy-cline-park/article_d4d2... ... See MoreSee Less

The bridge will eventually connect a parking lot to a new Patsy Cline memorial park planned for an area  near Clines childhood home at 608 S. Kent St. https://www.winchesterstar.com/winchester_star/footbridge-placed-for-future-patsy-cline-park/article_d4d217f9-5bda-50ea-83b1-b87187742fbb.html

Tomorrow in The Star (2/15): A Shenandoah University psychology class partnered with the Winchester Senior Center to craft Valentine's Day cards for others in the community (pictured), Anna Merod covers. Meanwhile area homeless people celebrated Valentine's Day by donating nearly $100 to the city of Winchester, Brian Brehm reports. Also, Evan Goodenow writes that Rubbermaid is liable for up to $3 million in fines for operating a laser cutter at its Apple Valley Road distribution facility in 2017 without a permit.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/15): A Shenandoah University psychology class partnered with the Winchester Senior Center to craft Valentines Day cards for others in the community (pictured), Anna Merod covers. Meanwhile area homeless people celebrated Valentines Day by donating nearly $100 to the city of Winchester, Brian Brehm reports. Also, Evan Goodenow writes that Rubbermaid is liable for up to $3 million in fines for operating a laser cutter at its Apple Valley Road distribution facility in 2017 without a permit.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/14): What to expect at The Inspired by Elvis quilt show (pictured) opening at the Barns of Rose Hill this weekend, Robyn Taylor writes. Cynthia Burton provides the latest updates on the area power outages caused by Tuesday's ice storm. Also, Brian Brehm reports that City Council's move to table discussions on the former hospital renovation did not stop residents from complaining about the proposed project.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/14): What to expect at The Inspired by Elvis quilt show (pictured) opening at the Barns of Rose Hill this weekend, Robyn Taylor writes. Cynthia Burton provides the latest updates on the area power outages caused by Tuesdays ice storm. Also, Brian Brehm reports that City Councils move to table discussions on the former hospital renovation did not stop residents from complaining about the proposed project. 

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Looks like Zombie Elvis. 🧟‍♂️ #Elvis #Zombies #TheKing

Most of the thousands of Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative customers who lost electricity as a result of Tuesday's ice storm should have their lights on by Thursday night.

"That's the goal," Kathy Josephson, public relations manager for SVEC, said on Wednesday afternoon.

Properties with severe damage or access issues from downed trees and power lines may not have electricity restored until Friday or Saturday nights, she said.

At one point this morning, more than 6,000 of SVEC's 18,932 customers in Frederick County were without power. Most of the outages are in the county's western and northern areas. In Winchester, more than 1,100 SVEC were without electricity on Tuesday, but only a few remained without power this afternoon.
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Still no power here!!!! Since 1 yesterday

We're out as well have been since 12 noon not only that possible active downed wire that fell off our house and was taken possibly by a truck we have reported this already this storm and wind was horrible praying we get power soon ...

Well we are at my sisters atm Brittney Shepherd, to take showers and have dinner, so we not sure if our power is on or not, some of our neighbors have theirs back on

Power just came on in n sleepy creek rd cross junction va

Still 1700 without power per their website

I didn't have a power issue but Comcast was down for most of yesterday.

Barbara Imes

No power since 730 Tuesday morning.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/13): Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative crews went to work Tuesday (pictured) as ice-covered trees and limbs toppled, leading to several thousand power outages in the Winchester area, Cynthia Burton writes. Onofrio Castiglia reports that Brian Maurice Scott was sentenced to serve about 20 years for wounding three men in a triple shooting on North Kent Street. Also, the Winchester School Board considers a proposed policy that would allow schools to contact Social Services and take legal action for unpaid student meals, Josh Janney reports.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/13): Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative crews went to work Tuesday (pictured) as ice-covered trees and limbs toppled, leading to several thousand power outages in the Winchester area, Cynthia Burton writes. Onofrio Castiglia reports that Brian Maurice Scott was sentenced to serve about 20 years for wounding three men in a triple shooting on North Kent Street. Also, the Winchester School Board considers a proposed policy that would allow schools to contact Social Services and take legal action for unpaid student meals, Josh Janney reports. 

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Justin McDonald stay safe brother I know you are out there.

Mike Hall

Kent M. Daily

Nice shot Jeff!!

An update on area power outages today:

As of late Tuesday afternoon, Shenandoah Valley Electric Company (SVEC) had about 100 workers and contractors in the Winchester area repairing downed power lines, with more help en route from Southside Electric Cooperative and Central Virginia Electric Cooperative.

"We're still not comfortable saying when power will be fully restored," SVEC spokesman Preston Knight said. "We want people to be prepared for an extended outage."

Toppled trees and broken tree branches were a familiar sight in the Winchester area on Tuesday as they gave way under the weight of ice from freezing rain that coated them overnight. Knight noted that some crews put up new power lines on Tuesday, only to have them knocked down minutes later by another falling tree.

"Everything is covered in ice," he said.

Around 11 a.m., approximately 3,400 SVEC customers in Frederick County and 1,160 in Winchester were without electricity. By 5 p.m., power had been restored to all but about 60 customers in Winchester. Frederick County was a different story, with the number of outages increasing to more than 5,000, or about 26 percent of its 18,932 customers in Frederick County.
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Still no power on Wardensville Grade....

Thanks to all who worked on restoring power for me and most importantly my family thank you so much

Still no power on Geronimo trail

Power is still out, no heat it’s freezing in here

I hope power has already been restored.

Thank you to all lineman working

Still no power in White Hall

Thanks 😘

Thank you!!!!

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/12): The Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center staff says a new body scanner (pictured) has been a deterrent for inmates trying to smuggle in drugs and weapons, Evan Goodenow reports. Josh Janney writes that Frederick County is now accepting 911 texts. Also, former Republican delegate Randy Minchew will run for his old seat in the Virginia House of Delegates in the November election, Onofrio Castiglia reports.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/12): The Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center staff says a new body scanner (pictured) has been a deterrent for inmates trying to smuggle in drugs and weapons, Evan Goodenow reports. Josh Janney writes that Frederick County is now accepting 911 texts. Also, former Republican delegate Randy Minchew will run for his old seat in the Virginia House of Delegates in the November election, Onofrio Castiglia reports. 

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Please proofread your submissions before printing. One reporter in particular. Thank you.

Let's talk clutter. Have you tried the life-changing magic of tidying up? Marie Kondo's de-cluttering methods, first outlined in a bestselling book, are now sparking joy with Netflix viewers. Whether you love her methods or think they're ridiculously impossible, we'd like to hear from you. Call Robyn Taylor at 540-667-3200 or email her at rtaylor@winchesterstar.com. Your comments may be included in an upcoming story. ... See MoreSee Less

Tomorrow in the Star (2/9): Reporter Mickey Powell explains the interesting bee research happening at Blandy Experimental Farm. Grafton Integrated Health Network has purchased the former American Woodmark building to consolidate operations and training, Brian Brehm reports. Also, Adrian O'Connor features a profile on the life of former Secretary of the Army Jack O. Marsh, who died this week.

Pictured: Kindergartners Mia Whatley, left, and Olivia Cavalier found outdoor recess a bit windy during the school day at The Independent School of Winchester on Friday. Mild to warm temperatures this week are being replaced with temperatures peaking in the 30's this weekend.

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Tomorrow in the Star (2/9): Reporter Mickey Powell explains the interesting bee research happening at Blandy Experimental Farm.  Grafton Integrated Health Network has purchased the former American Woodmark building to consolidate operations and training, Brian Brehm reports. Also, Adrian OConnor features a profile on the life of former Secretary of the Army Jack O. Marsh, who died this week.

Pictured: Kindergartners Mia Whatley, left, and Olivia Cavalier found outdoor recess a bit windy during the school day at The Independent School of Winchester on Friday. Mild to warm temperatures this week are being replaced with temperatures peaking in the 30s this weekend.

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Blandy is such a wonderful place. Look forward to reading about their bee research.

Tomorrow in The Star (2/8): AK Whatley (pictured), owner of Chaos Fab Shop in Frederick County, will appear on an upcoming episode of "Truck Night in America" on the History channel, Josh Janney reports. Anna Merod writes about country singer-songwriter Sara Evans coming to Winchester to perform at the Patsy Cline Classic in April. Also, Anna Merod shares the thoughts of a Shenandoah University professor who was a consultant for the Super Bowl commercial with Zoe Kravitz trying to stimulate "brain tingles" also known as ASMR.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/8): AK Whatley (pictured), owner of Chaos Fab Shop in Frederick County, will appear on an upcoming episode of Truck Night in America on the History channel, Josh Janney reports. Anna Merod writes about country singer-songwriter Sara Evans coming to Winchester to perform at the Patsy Cline Classic in April. Also, Anna Merod shares the thoughts of a Shenandoah University professor who was a consultant for the Super Bowl commercial with Zoe Kravitz trying to stimulate brain tingles also known as ASMR. 

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Will The Star be doing a story about moving to The Downtown Mall in March and pictures etc of the new location?

we cant wait to watch! I know who I'm rooting for! 🀩

Breaking: Country singer Sara Evans will headline the 10th Patsy Cline Classic, with ticket proceeds benefiting the Winchester Education Foundation, it was announced Thursday during a press conference at Handley High School.

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Breaking: Country singer Sara Evans will headline the 10th Patsy Cline Classic, with ticket proceeds benefiting the Winchester Education Foundation, it was announced Thursday during a press conference at Handley High School. 

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Josh Benton thought you might be interested

Kaylie!!!! Omgggg we have to see her!!

Yes Kevin it is in our plan to go..for sure!! How about you guys? This has been great for us...Alexandria in December, Hopewell next month, and then Winchester!!

good, they need that money to fix that lame football field so we can do more donuts πŸ˜‚πŸ”₯

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Kelly Rutherford we need to go to this!!

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/7): Middle and high school students showed off their science projects at the Frederick County Science and Engineering Fair on Wednesday (pictured), Anna Merod covers. Onofrio Castiglia reports on a bill sponsored by Del. Chris Collins, R-Frederick County, that passed the state House of Delegates and Senate that would prohibit holding a phone while driving. Also, the Frederick County School Board approves a plan to rezone 101 students from James Wood Middle School to Frederick County Middle School, Anna Merod writes.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/7): Middle and high school students showed off their science projects at the Frederick County Science and Engineering Fair on Wednesday (pictured), Anna Merod covers. Onofrio Castiglia reports on a bill sponsored by Del. Chris Collins, R-Frederick County, that passed the state House of Delegates and Senate that would prohibit holding a phone while driving. Also, the Frederick County School Board approves a plan to rezone 101 students from James Wood Middle School to Frederick County Middle School, Anna Merod writes. 

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/6): Anne-Berry Wade (pictured), mother of Winchester Police officer Hunter Edwards, who was killed in the line of duty in a car crash in November, hugs Strength and Honor Motorcycle Club Sergeant-at-Arms Bill Collins after he presented a check for $4,055 to her Tuesday to benefit the Edwards family, Evan Goodenow reports. The Virginia House of Delegates and Senate vote to raise the age to purchase and use tobacco products from 18 to 21, Onofrio Castiglia writes. Meanwhile, Brian Brehm covers the latest discussion about expanding Treetops Park Apartments on Valley Avenue.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/6): Anne-Berry Wade (pictured), mother of Winchester Police officer Hunter Edwards, who was killed in the line of duty in a car crash in November, hugs Strength and Honor Motorcycle Club Sergeant-at-Arms Bill Collins after he presented a check for $4,055 to her Tuesday to benefit the Edwards family, Evan Goodenow reports. The Virginia House of Delegates and Senate vote to raise the age to purchase and use tobacco products from 18 to 21, Onofrio Castiglia writes. Meanwhile, Brian Brehm covers the latest discussion about expanding Treetops Park Apartments on Valley Avenue. 

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Great job Brother Bill Swivel Collins!

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/5): Local Democrats call on Gov. Ralph Northam to resign, Onofrio Castiglia writes. Former Secretary of the Army and former Winchester resident John O. Marsh Jr. has died, Adrian O'Connor reports. And Brian Brehm covers the latest forecast for warmer temperatures this week. Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star ... See MoreSee Less

Tomorrow in The Star (2/5): Local Democrats call on Gov. Ralph Northam to resign, Onofrio Castiglia writes. Former Secretary of the Army and former Winchester resident John O. Marsh Jr. has died, Adrian OConnor reports. And Brian Brehm covers the latest forecast for warmer temperatures this week. Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/4): Groundhog puppet Bowman Bill (pictured) predicts six more weeks of winter, Anna Merod shares. Police are investigating vandalism to the Handley High School football field, one year after new artificial turf was installed for about $500,000. Also, Anna Merod covers a STEM event for area fourth- and fifth-graders at Powhatan School in Boyce on Saturday. Photo by Anna Merod/The Winchester Star. ... See MoreSee Less

Tomorrow in The Star (2/4): Groundhog puppet Bowman Bill (pictured) predicts six more weeks of winter, Anna Merod shares. Police are investigating vandalism to the Handley High School football field, one year after new artificial turf was installed for about $500,000. Also, Anna Merod covers a STEM event for area fourth- and fifth-graders at  Powhatan School in Boyce on Saturday. Photo by Anna Merod/The Winchester Star.

 

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Bowman Bill is a puppet? Fake news!

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/2): Onofrio Castiglia explores the natural beauty of Frederick County's newest conserved property (pictured) and explains why legislators are holding off on funding for Interstate 81. Also, Evan Goodenow covers a court case that saw a local man sentenced for stabbing someone at the Winchester roller rink.

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Tomorrow in The Star (2/2): Onofrio Castiglia explores the natural beauty of Frederick Countys newest conserved property (pictured) and explains why legislators are holding off on funding for Interstate 81. Also, Evan Goodenow covers a court case that saw a local man sentenced for stabbing someone at the Winchester roller rink.

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Tomorrow in the Star (2/1): Rep. Jennifer Wexton, D-10th, spoke on Thursday to the Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition about federal remedies for the heroin epidemic (pictured). Reporter Evan Goodenow catches up with her. The Frederick County Parks and Recreation Commission votes to urge the Board of Supervisors to not sell the old Frederick County Middle School. Josh Janney explains. Also, City Council is interviewing candidates for a School Board vacancy. Brian Brehn explores whether the process has changed since council promised several months ago to evaluate its appointment process.

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Tomorrow in the Star (2/1): Rep. Jennifer Wexton, D-10th, spoke on Thursday to the Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition about federal remedies for the heroin epidemic (pictured). Reporter Evan Goodenow catches up with her. The Frederick County Parks and Recreation Commission votes to urge the Board of Supervisors to not sell the old Frederick County Middle School. Josh Janney explains. Also, City Council is interviewing candidates for a School Board vacancy. Brian Brehn explores whether the process has changed since council promised several months ago to evaluate its appointment process.

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Wexton is a joke

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/31): Cynthia Burton shares why Berryville's Beverley Byrd has decided to exit the apple business, as a crew removes some 140 acres of apple trees on his farm (pictured below). The developer of a proposed senior-living center in Winchester is facing a pair of lawsuits stemming from its first attempt to renovate the former Winchester Memorial Hospital, Brian Brehm writes. Also, Clarke County Public Schools Superintendent Chuck Bishop proposes a 3 percent increase in teacher salaries, Anna Merod explains.

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/31): Cynthia Burton shares why Berryvilles Beverley Byrd has decided to exit the apple business, as a crew removes some 140 acres of apple trees on his farm (pictured below). The developer of a proposed senior-living center in Winchester is facing a pair of lawsuits stemming from its first attempt to renovate the former Winchester Memorial Hospital, Brian Brehm writes. Also, Clarke County Public Schools Superintendent Chuck Bishop proposes a 3 percent increase in teacher salaries, Anna Merod explains. 

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When are we going to learn to work with the trees instead of just pulling them up None could be left standing?

Why destroy the apple trees?

That’s the end of an era. Best wishes Bev.

Crystal Dawn Fields-Hardaway

Garry Hayes

WOW Anne Pearson Renner thx

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/30): Onofrio Castiglia shares why area trucking firms and tractor-trailer owners oppose proposed tolls on I-81. Evan Goodenow covers a memorial service held Tuesday night for fatal crash victims Jimmy Kilbourne Sr. and Michael Mercer, who were killed in a head-on crash in April by an alleged drunken driver. Goodenow also reports on a Monday night robbery at the 7-Eleven store at 3158 Valley Pike. (U.S. 11).

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/30): Onofrio Castiglia shares why area trucking firms and tractor-trailer owners oppose proposed tolls on I-81. Evan Goodenow covers a memorial service held Tuesday night for fatal crash victims Jimmy Kilbourne Sr. and Michael Mercer, who were killed in a head-on crash in April by an alleged drunken driver. Goodenow also reports on a Monday night robbery at the 7-Eleven store at 3158 Valley Pike. (U.S. 11). 

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Yes, the accident was in April.

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April??

Killed in April?????

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/29): Evan Goodenow shares a glimpse into the Lunch Buddies program where deputies, such as Deputy Travis Mitchell (pictured below), hang out with Frederick County students during lunch. Former SU student Roman Banks is the first person of color to play the lead of the Broadway show "Dear Evan Hansen," writes Anna Merod. Also why the staff of Shenandoah Valley Orthodontics plans to take a dental mission trip to the Dominican Republic, Brian Brehm explains. Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star ... See MoreSee Less

Tomorrow in The Star (1/29): Evan Goodenow shares a glimpse into the Lunch Buddies program where deputies, such as Deputy Travis Mitchell (pictured below), hang out with Frederick County students during lunch. Former SU student Roman Banks is the first person of color to play the lead of the Broadway show Dear Evan Hansen, writes Anna Merod. Also why the staff of Shenandoah Valley Orthodontics plans to take a dental mission trip to the Dominican Republic, Brian Brehm explains. Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star

 

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Travis is good guy. Congratulations!

Brittany Snyder

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/26): Local school principals talk about their careers in light of Principal Appreciation Week (Garland R. Quarles Elementary School principal Joanie Hovatter pictured below). Also, reporter Anna Merod talks to local transgender women about their experiences growing up in the Shenandoah Valley. Josh Janney covers the retirement announcement of Frederick County Commissioner of the Revenue Ellen Murphy.

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/26): Local school principals talk about their careers in light of Principal Appreciation Week (Garland R. Quarles Elementary School principal Joanie Hovatter pictured below). Also, reporter Anna Merod talks to local transgender women about their experiences growing up in the Shenandoah Valley. Josh Janney covers the retirement announcement of Frederick County Commissioner of the Revenue Ellen Murphy. 

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/24): Reporter Evan Goodenow explains how a gas line was ruptured by a bullet today. Brian Brehm has the latest on a proposed senior living center at the old hospital and Josh Janney gives an overview of what local transportation projects could receive state funding, as well as an approved 10-year capital improvement plan from Frederick Water.

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/24): Reporter Evan Goodenow explains how a gas line was ruptured by a bullet today. Brian Brehm has the latest on a proposed senior living center at the old hospital and Josh Janney gives an overview of what local transportation projects could receive state funding, as well as an approved 10-year capital improvement plan from Frederick Water. 

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You guys quit wearing helmets?

Kevin Layman TYFYS

I didn't even renew my subscription.

4 weeks ago

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/23): Josh Janney has details on the latest updates of the Tevis Extension/Crossover Blvd. project. Follow the latest from Evan Goodenow on the man accused of armed robbery at a Martin's pharmacy on Friday. Also, Anna Merod explains why Shenandoah University students took a leap into a ball pit on campus.

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Tomorrow in The Star (1/23): Josh Janney has details on the latest updates of the Tevis Extension/Crossover Blvd. project. Follow the latest from Evan Goodenow on the man accused of armed robbery at a Martins pharmacy on Friday. Also, Anna Merod explains why Shenandoah University students took a leap into a ball pit on campus. 

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Good news! The Winchester Star just launched its own Instagram page. Make sure to give us a follow @thewinchesterstar for daily posts of photos featured in our stories in the Winchester, Clarke and Frederick communities. ... See MoreSee Less

Good news! The Winchester Star just launched its own Instagram page. Make sure to give us a follow @thewinchesterstar for daily posts of photos featured in our stories in the Winchester, Clarke and Frederick communities.

 

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Too bad the news in the actual paper is always 1-2 days old. (Sure miss the Byrd family.)

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Help the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley win up to $4,000 to restore this piece of local folk art. It's a map of the United States painted on a stump found on a Clarke County farm. Vote online at www.vamuseums.org/.

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Help the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley win up to $4,000 to restore this piece of local folk art. Its a map of the United States painted on a stump found on a Clarke County farm. Vote online at https://www.vamuseums.org/.

Click here to read the story: https://bit.ly/2HrGZW7
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