Woodstock Police Dept

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The Woodstock Police Department offers its condolences to the family of Daniel “Pops” Hottel, a dedicated public servant and pillar of the Woodstock community for almost eighty years.

Pops was an integral member of the Woodstock Fire Department for many years and helped shape it into one of the finest all-volunteer fire departments in the state, seeing it through the tough times and coming out stronger and better than before. His leadership, experience and dedication has influenced countless others who have gone on to become exemplary firefighters, pump operators, captains and chiefs. There isn’t a firefighter in the county that hasn’t been touched by his knowledge. Even in his advanced age, he remained active in the administrative functions of the department and took great pride in maintaining the Department’s antique engine. Anyone who knew Pops always joked that when the “big one” happened, he would be on scene with that truck flowing water....and he would be. On the few fires we’ve had in recent years, we always ask the OIC “should we go get Pops?”.

Pops was a founding member of the neighborhood watch, keeping a keen eye on Lee St. for many decades and always sent a giant pack of popcorn every Christmas to the police department; it became something we all looked forward to, we waited patiently like kids for Santa to see the barrel of popcorn sitting on our table.

Pops’ passing leaves a great hole in the Fire Department and in the community that can never be filled, but we can all be grateful for the many lives he’s touched; those people have gone on to be leaders in the town, county and state.

Pops, you will be greatly missed. We’ve got it from here.
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The Woodstock Police Department offers its condolences to the family of Daniel “Pops” Hottel, a dedicated public servant and pillar of the Woodstock community for almost eighty years.

Pops was an integral member of the Woodstock Fire Department for many years and helped shape it into one of the finest all-volunteer fire departments in the state, seeing it through the tough times and coming out stronger and better than before. His leadership, experience and dedication has influenced countless others who have gone on to become exemplary firefighters, pump operators, captains and chiefs. There isn’t a firefighter in the county that hasn’t been touched by his knowledge. Even in his advanced age, he remained active in the administrative functions of the department and took great pride in maintaining the Department’s antique engine. Anyone who knew Pops always joked that when the “big one” happened, he would be on scene with that truck flowing water....and he would be. On the few fires we’ve had in recent years, we always ask the OIC “should we go get Pops?”.

Pops was a founding member of the neighborhood watch, keeping a keen eye on Lee St. for many decades and always sent a giant pack of popcorn every Christmas to the police department; it became something we all looked forward to, we waited patiently like kids for Santa to see the barrel of popcorn sitting on our table. 

Pops’ passing leaves a great hole in the Fire Department and in the community that can never be filled, but we can all be grateful for the many lives he’s touched; those people have gone on to be leaders in the town, county and state. 

Pops, you will be greatly missed. We’ve got it from here.

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Prayers and Condolences to the Hottle Family and the WFD and the WPD

Glad to have known this man. He was a role model for everyone. One of the most hardworking, dedicated men I’ve ever known. I’d always love seeing/ stopping to talk to him while he was painting the fire hydrants, and talking with him when a member of WFD. A truly great man to everyone and the community. So sorry for your loss, but know that he is in a better place and is watching over everyone in the firefighting community

The sweetest man ever. He will be missed by so many. Condolences to all his family and friends.

So very sorry for your community’s loss. Prayers for his family and friends.

I was blessed to know and care for Mr. Hottle. He was a lovely man.

So very sorry to hear this, he was truly a special man. Prayers for the family.

So sorry to see this prayers for the family and all his friends

So sorry to learn of this Fire Service Brother passing. Thoughtful Prayers out to the Hottle Family and Woodstock Fire Department.🙏🙏🇺🇸🇺🇸

I'm so sorry to hear. I'll always remember him as our milkman growing up. Prayers go out to the family!

God bless. He was a great man and delivered us milk.

What a wonderful man. He will be missed.

I have known this man for 55 of my almost 60 years. DanDan the Milk Man I will forever miss you . Rest in Peace my friend.

So sorry, he was such a sweet man. Thinking of all the family

Pops was one of the first firefighters I met after starting my firefighting love years ago. Rest easy my brother

Prayers to the Hottel family and to all members of the WFD.

So very sorry to hear this! He was a great man!!!

So sorry to hear this. Praying for all.

Prayers to the family!

Prayers for the family.

My favorite milk man. He always said, its not the age that matters, its the miles on your chassis.

Prayers sent

Soo sorry for your loss

Prayers to the Hottel (Candace Hottel) family during this difficult time.

i remember when he drove a milk truck. rip

😔🙏🖤❤🖤

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A big shoutout to all the National Guard soldiers who have put their civilian lives on hold to help establish medical facilities and aid in logistical support as we mitigate this mess.

It’ll get better, we promise. Keep washing your hands, covering your cough and be sure to drink your Ovaltine.
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A big shoutout to all the National Guard soldiers who have put their civilian lives on hold to help establish medical facilities and aid in logistical support as we mitigate this mess. 

It’ll get better, we promise. Keep washing your hands, covering your cough and be sure to drink your Ovaltine.

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My husband was in the National Guard for over 20 years. Always a sacrifice, but helping the State and the community is well worth it!!

Thank you!

🇺🇸 GO GUARD 🇺🇸

Nooo...not Ovaltine!

Ovaltine, seriously?

Angel Hernandez

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***SCAM ALERT***

The following message was received by a citizen. It is a scam. Note the poor grammar and composition. We’ve seen worse, but not many. Daylight officers also called the number and had a little fun with them as well.

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Dear winner, Your number is on a role of our jackpot winner of over 1000 that you won the amount of $90,000 get back to us when you are [Link removed from message] to claim your winning money from the CATALOG OF FEDERAL DOMESTIC ASSISTANCE in affiliation with the World bank in USA which has declared you as one of the lucky winner for this random lottery. Kindly contact your claim agent DR. James Adams for direction on how to claim your winning money on this link or Line. [Phone number removed] (Text or Whatsapp only), We want you to remove Skepticism from your mind because this award is legitimate from the Federal Government most importantly this is to let you know that you’re a winner of the sum of $90,000 (Ninety Thousand Us Dollars)in this runner up. Kindly make sure your prize is claimed urgently. Congratulations Kind regards William Stump. Press this link to Apply [Link Removed].
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You sure? It says right there that you should remove the skepticism from your mind because it's legitimate

One great big run on sentence!

I emailed one of those back. I told them to send me my DAMN money since they should already know my name and address. I also told them if I didn't receive my money within 24 hours they would be talking to my lawyer, never heard from them again.

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Didn't know we had a dog park.. Lol

Fairview Dog Park- Woodstock,VA

I didn’t know we had one either.

We want to welcome our newest member of the Department, Officer James Penwell. James comes to us from the Sheriff’s Office where he served as a Patrol Deputy, School Resource Officer, Animal Control Officer and Court Bailiff.

We’re super excited to have James join our team and after a brief acclimation period where he’ll learn the ins and outs of the town, you’ll be seeing him on patrol...from six feet away, of course.
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We want to welcome our newest member of the Department, Officer James Penwell. James comes to us from the Sheriff’s Office where he served as a Patrol Deputy, School Resource Officer, Animal Control Officer and Court Bailiff. 

We’re super excited to have James join our team and after a brief acclimation period where he’ll learn the ins and outs of the town, you’ll be seeing him on patrol...from six feet away, of course.

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Whhhhattttt?!?! You can't take an oath with a hand in the pocket. This is definitely a get out of a ticket worthy!!! Welcome James 😊😊😊

It was a pleasure to meet you yesterday when Woodstock Fire Department responded to an incident where you were on scene. Congratulations!

Congratulations Deputy Penwell! He was such a good school resource officer, 1 of my favorites!

Congratulations! Give that man some snacks!! WPD has great snacks!!

So.... he was a dog catcher? 😆 Just kidding! Welcome!

Congrats James and welcome to the Force.

You will love working for a town!! Congratulations

Congratulations son I'm so proud of you

WELCOME THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE

Congratulations

Welcome aboard, James! Glad to have you!

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!!

Congratulations

Glad to have him!

Welcome James 🇺🇸

Welcome!

Congrats

Welcome

Be safe out there

Congratulations, thank you for your service.

Welcome☺️

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Noon has come and gone. We hope this little stunt has brought you a smile and a laugh during these otherwise tense and very un-funny times.

There may still be a hard copy of the auction bill on the statue, free to a good home as a souvenir.

Wash your hands, don’t play with matches and be nice to each other. We love you all and we’ll get through this.
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Noon has come and gone. We hope this little stunt has brought you a smile and a laugh during these otherwise tense and very un-funny times. 

There may still be a hard copy of the auction bill on the statue, free to a good home as a souvenir. 

Wash your hands, don’t play with matches and be nice to each other. We love you all and we’ll get through this.

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I loved it! Thank you for the chuckle!

Excellent prank ! Well thought out and implemented. I was serious about selling that stone guy ! 🙂

April Fools! 😉

Love it

👍😇

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After many meetings, emails and discussions, we have decided to auction the life size sculpture of General Peter Muhlenberg today at noon. We will be creating a poll at a later date and use the proceeds from this sale to commission a new statue honoring a prominent citizen. So far, top contenders are Toad Lambert, Yankee from Public Works, Danny Hottel, our own Anne Rutz and Marian French. ... See MoreSee Less

After many meetings, emails and discussions, we have decided to auction the life size sculpture of General Peter Muhlenberg today at noon. We will be creating a poll at a later date and use the proceeds from this sale to commission a new statue honoring a prominent citizen. So far, top contenders are Toad Lambert, Yankee from Public Works, Danny Hottel, our own Anne Rutz and Marian French.

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We got two dozen donuts and a gallon of coffee on it

Here's one vote for Yankee !!

10 rolls of untouched Kirkland TP!

Be this a joke or not it's not right we are already lost to much history in the country and state

I vote Marian

Trade you for oceanfront property in Arizona with dock. Will allow a buck $2.95 for transfer fees.

April fools. Too bad a morning radio station ruined it for you guys

I'll give you my deeds to boardwalk and park place.. Do you deliver?

Michael and Amy this statue was outside the gym in Woodstock.

Really????

April fools. Lol

I know the date today...

Is this for real??? Because that thing needs to go

Jason Wright, Union Bridge Enterprises will be making a bid.

Sell off the stone guy instead !

Marian, for sure!

That’s a good one!!!

Good one!

Bobby probably already bought it last night...🤣😂😂

What time does bidding close ? 🤔

Wicked funny!!

Noooo!!Must you all April foolin!!!

Nooooo!

🤣👍

Ha ha April fool's

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Although the donor wanted to remain anonymous, we have to send a huge thank you out to whoever it was that donated lunch today to our officers and their families.

We can’t thank whoever you are enough for your generosity, the food you donated to us from the Woodstock Cafe was delicious!

This was such a great way to spread some joy and help out a local business. For everyone else out there, please continue to follow guidelines and recommendations but if you can, shop local.

We too, are still getting used to taking pictures in landscape mode through this ever changing situation. If you want to know what’s open and how to shop, check out the Woodstock Enhancement’s FB page.

Heck, toss an eye over to Mayor McCleary’s page. He’s leading from the front, shopping local and putting out great local information.
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Although the donor wanted to remain anonymous, we have to send a huge thank you out to whoever it was that donated lunch today to our officers and their families.  

We can’t thank whoever you are enough for your generosity, the food you donated to us from the Woodstock Cafe was delicious!  

This was such a great way to spread some joy and help out a local business.  For everyone else out there, please continue to follow guidelines and recommendations but if you can, shop local.

We too, are still getting used to taking pictures in landscape mode through this ever changing situation.  If you want to know what’s open and how to shop, check out the Woodstock Enhancement’s FB page. 

Heck, toss an eye over to Mayor McCleary’s page.  He’s leading from the front, shopping local and putting out great local information.

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The cafe is amazing!! Please order take out from them. They have amazing food and love their employees.

Still great people giving forward. Thanks everyone.

Great people in this picture 🇺🇸

Awesome! Well deserved!!

How wonderful for someone to do this.

Fabulous

So awesome

Thank you...

Awesome

Stay safe ya'll!

❤❤❤❤❤❤

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Here’s an awesome video illustrating hand washing. It’s so simple but we all probably miss some portion.....except for auto mechanics, they do this video in reverse.Pretend the black ink is soap! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you.

We have some new equipment to fight the Coronavirus. Do your part by washing your hands for at least 20 seconds, cover your cough, keep your fingers out of your nose and mouth and avoid unnecessary travel. Together we will beat this thing.

(Disclaimer: No, this really isn’t our rifle)
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We have some new equipment to fight the Coronavirus. Do your part by washing your hands for at least 20 seconds, cover your cough, keep your fingers out of your nose and mouth and avoid unnecessary travel. Together we will beat this thing. 

(Disclaimer: No, this really isn’t our rifle)

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That looks like a 16oz can, any thing over 12oz is illegal. Just saying lol

Steady stream would be considered full auto lol

Another lol...thanks guys !!!! Stay safe !!!!

Lol! Thank you for being there for us!

Can I ask where your finding your ammo?

Locked n loaded!

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Hope this works, it did with fre sha vacados.

Although this is most certainly is a serious situation, we must laugh. We must lighten up. We must not take things too seriously. It’s ok to joke. It’s ok to laugh. It’s ok put a pistachio hull in the investigator’s headphone to make for a fun surprise later on.
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Hope this works, it did with fre sha vacados. 

Although this is most certainly is a serious situation, we must laugh. We must lighten up. We must not take things too seriously. It’s ok to joke. It’s ok to laugh. It’s ok put a pistachio hull in the investigator’s headphone to make for a fun surprise later on.

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If you double it up you get 2-ply🤣

Love the humor! Boy do we need it!

You all crack me up!😃

Good one! Couldn’t help but laugh out loud!!

You guys are awesome!!

🤣🤣🤣🤣

Lol

Dana Copp

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Good video by a great guy. He has spent the last week donating hand sanitizer to local public safety officials.

We can’t thank him enough for this donation as our Officers will utilize this product daily between calls when washing their hands isn’t an option.

Please try to differentiate between hoarding and being prepared. When it’s safe, help someone. It takes a village.

youtu.be/3MKa29XVu9cI donated a LOT of extra hand sanitizer to my local police -- You should too! If you have more than you need, pass the extra along to those who really need i...
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Thank you to that nice man who donated the hand sanitizer. He is 100% correct. Plus, if you are already quarantining at home, you have access to soap and water and you're prob better off washing your hands. God bless our Woodstock Police and all of our first responders.

This made my day. So happy to see people still looking out for you guys through this 💙

Ok, yall…..This coronavirus has everyone in a dither and rightfully so. In the age of instant information, we’re all being bombarded with everything from the end of times to keep calm and carry on. While this disease is a real concern, panicking doesn’t do any good for anyone. There’s a lot of technical mumbo-jumbo about this virus that confuses the savviest people. but in a nutshell, people can exhibit signs of a cold while actually being infected with the virus and spread it to others. In the coming weeks, as testing becomes more solid and widespread, many new cases will pop up; the more you test, the more you find…its strictly a numbers game. One thing is for certain, do not rely upon some guy wearing a tinfoil hat on YouTube for credible information.

We’re not suggesting you recreate the movie “Blast from the Past” and seal yourself in your home for 40 years but it’s a good idea to limit your exposure by modifying your daily routine; avoid crowds and such.

All of this stuff boils down to the things we learned in kindergarten; don’t get too close to people, wash your hands often, keep your fingers out of your nose and mouth and cover your coughs and sneezes. This virus can be especially dangerous to the elderly and those with serious preexisting conditions, so its important that we protect others by protecting ourselves.

Current guidance for people who are symptomatic is an "isolation period". Doesn’t that sound scary? Here, let us fix it for you: If you’re sick, stay home. Don’t go to the store, don’t go to the bar to catch replays of last year’s March Madness, don’t don a hazmat suit and venture to Walmart, just stay home. Watch Price is Right, doze off on the couch, maybe eat some chicken soup or a hot pocket.

Panic buying toilet paper isn’t productive. We’ve seen posts suggesting the average person uses one roll per day. If that’s true, you may have a medical condition more serious than this virus. There isn’t a shortage of items; most stores do not keep a large amount of goods in the back room. Everyone just needs to chill out and let the trucks roll in to restock. Some of our older followers will remember the Great Toilet Paper Shortage of ’73 (don’t “ok, boomer” us, look it up, its real!)……We survived that and we’ll survive this.

We’ve taken precautions and will be here to serve the citizens and visitors of our town, no matter what. We may elect to handle minor things over the phone, we may not shake hands, we may wear protective equipment. Please understand that its not personal, its only business.
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Ok, yall…..This coronavirus has everyone in a dither and rightfully so. In the age of instant information, we’re all being bombarded with everything from the end of times to keep calm and carry on. While this disease is a real concern, panicking doesn’t do any good for anyone. There’s a lot of technical mumbo-jumbo about this virus that confuses the savviest people. but in a nutshell, people can exhibit signs of a cold while actually being infected with the virus and spread it to others. In the coming weeks, as testing becomes more solid and widespread, many new cases will pop up; the more you test, the more you find…its strictly a numbers game. One thing is for certain, do not rely upon some guy wearing a tinfoil hat on YouTube for credible information.

We’re not suggesting you recreate the movie “Blast from the Past” and seal yourself in your home for 40 years but it’s a good idea to limit your exposure by modifying your daily routine; avoid crowds and such.

All of this stuff boils down to the things we learned in kindergarten; don’t get too close to people, wash your hands often, keep your fingers out of your nose and mouth and cover your coughs and sneezes. This virus can be especially dangerous to the elderly and those with serious preexisting conditions, so its important that we protect others by protecting ourselves. 

Current guidance for people who are symptomatic is an isolation period. Doesn’t that sound scary? Here, let us fix it for you: If you’re sick, stay home. Don’t go to the store, don’t go to the bar to catch replays of last year’s March Madness, don’t don a hazmat suit and venture to Walmart, just stay home. Watch Price is Right, doze off on the couch, maybe eat some chicken soup or a hot pocket. 

Panic buying toilet paper isn’t productive. We’ve seen posts suggesting the average person uses one roll per day. If that’s true, you may have a medical condition more serious than this virus. There isn’t a shortage of items; most stores do not keep a large amount of goods in the back room. Everyone just needs to chill out and let the trucks roll in to restock. Some of our older followers will remember the Great Toilet Paper Shortage of ’73 (don’t “ok, boomer” us, look it up, its real!)……We survived that and we’ll survive this. 

We’ve taken precautions and will be here to serve the citizens and visitors of our town, no matter what. We may elect to handle minor things over the phone, we may not shake hands, we may wear protective equipment. Please understand that its not personal, its only business.Image attachment

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Appreciate y'all! More than you know. Thank you for your constant dedication and vigilance to our community. Y'all are my heros. 💪

For the love of God stop with the TP! If nothing else you can use a wash cloth 🙄 stop with the meat and dry goods as well. It makes me sad that people can’t find what they need on the regular bc you have 999 packs of chicken in the freezer. Guess what if the world ends the electric is going out! Use common sense ! Thanks to all health care workers, truckers, police etc for keeping us safe and keeping the supplies coming! God Bless!🙏🏻

Thanks for this and for being a voice of reason. Can I also add to those reading this. Please treat the cashiers at Walmart and Food Lion and other retailers with a little kindness. They are being overwhelmed by people panic shopping just like medical professionals are being overwhelmed. It does not help yelling at them or treating them like crap because they have to enforce a limit on how many TP or Hand sanitizer you are allowed to buy.

I went to Woodstock yesterday and was nearly in a panic attack by the time I left there! While I understand this virus is serious and we all need to take precautions, going crazy and preparing for dooms day is only adding to the stress and madness. I was so glad to get home to my dogs, cats and cows.😃 The more people there is- the more misinformation is spread. County living has it's advantages.

Thanks! I always appreciate - and sometimes laugh at - your great posts!

So do you all suggest taking kids to the Woodstock park or maybe not?

You folks are great! ☘ be extra safe out there

Thank you! Ya’ll stay safe & healthy!!! 💙

Thank You Woodstock Police Department!!!!!!!

Im not in a dither, and rightly so as there are more severe things to be concerned about then this.

Thank you. You all be careful too!!

Thank you

Thank you.

Thank you for all you do to keep us informed and safe.

Awesome information, as always. Y’all deserve some extra tasty snacks!!

I learned a little something from the TP scare. Its called Loo Roll in england. How weird is that?

Thanks!!!

Thank y’all!

Nicole Acker Tina Hines Acker

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Out of an abundance of caution, the Neighborhood Watch meeting scheduled for March 17 has been postponed until a later date.

We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Yes, there is a fire on the mountain. No need to get the boys to run. The sun is setting so we’re good there too. Bread pan is empty and the dog only licks.

Forest service is doing a controlled burn.
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Took my family away from our Carolina home Had dreams about the west and started to roam Six long months on a dust covered trail They say heaven's at the end But so far it's been hell And there's fire on the mountain Lightening in the air Gold in them hills and it's waiting for me there We were digging and shifting from five to five Selling everything we found just to stay alive Gold flowed free like the whiskey in the bars Sinning was the big thin Lord And Satan was the star And there's fire on the mountain Lightening in the air Gold in them hills and it's waiting for me there Dance hall girls were the evening treat Empty cartridges and blood lined the gutters of the street Men were shot down for the sake of fun Or just to hear the noise of their 44 guns And there's fire on the mountain Lightening in the air Gold in them hills and it's waiting for me there Now my widow, she weeps by my grave Tears flow free for her man she couldn't save Shot down in cold blood by a gun that carried fame All for a useless and no good worthless claim And there's fire on the mountain Lightening in the air Gold in them hills and it's waiting for me there Fire on the mountain Lightening in the air Gold in them hills and it's waiting for me there Waiting for me there

Still freaks me out. We live way too close for comfort. Glad y'all are keeping watch. 👍

PRAYERS for ALL involved and that it is put out

Where’s the darn chicken?

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It’s that time of year. Also, don’t forget to change the batteries in all of your detectors.....except for your radar detector because those are illegal 💁🏻‍♀️ ... See MoreSee Less

It’s that time of year. Also, don’t forget to change the batteries in all of your detectors.....except for your radar detector because those are illegal 💁🏻‍♀️

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My radar detector doesn't take batteries so I'm good

I change mine on Valentine 1st. Only a few will understand. lol

All this talk about the corona virus and the crud season in general.....this one trick makes a world of difference:

Just wash your hands like you have a stamp from four corners or some establishment in WV that you don’t want your mom to see.
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Four corners is not n WV

Coronavirus is airborne, right?

Jokes on the coronavirus. Can’t get it if you don’t go out

I’ve been know to wore that stamp proudly, a couple years back....I grew up in Strasburg!!🤪

Common sense is hard to find!

No it's not airborne.

Good one!

I literally just died 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Nick Jenkins corners

🙄😊😊

Lindsay Mantz Kate Larson Courtney Pennington corners 😂

Timothy Cook Jr. 😂

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***SCAM ALERT***If you receive this Final Notice in the mail, it is a SCAM. A Shenandoah County resident received this in the mail and we want to make you aware as well.

This card states that you have an unclaimed reward of $100 in savings, and it is being held and they want you to call a toll free number. Once you call the number, they ask for a $4.00 by credit card for shipping and to activate your savings.
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I've seen some type of things on Facebook claiming that you can receive a $1,000 Walmart gift certificate. The delete file get them. I have reported it as spam since it comes from different people.

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We're ready!! 💪💪🚒

Recently, we were recognized by students at the The Growing Tree during a presentation they designed for local public safety officials.

The kids put on a really cool presentation and even sent us each home with a gift bag.

Just another great example of why we love living in and serving this community.
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Recently, we were recognized by students at the The Growing Tree during a presentation they designed for local public safety officials.  

The kids put on a really cool presentation and even sent us each home with a gift bag.  

Just another great example of why we love living in and serving this community.

To the gentleman who covered our supper bill tonight at I-Touch, thank you.

Sincerely, A-Squad Night Shift
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Very generous and extremely well deserved. I must explore this eatery, assuming they have cookies.

Awwww great job to whom ever did that!! You guys deserve that💯💯. Thanks for keeping us safe!

Blessings

How VERY cool is that!?!?

Solid dinner choice.

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The Woodstock 500: The front stretch could be Main Street, turn one and two could be East Reservoir , the backstretch could be Water Street and turns three and four could be Moose Road... just think about it ... See MoreSee Less

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Jeremy D. McCleary could be Big Bill France and give an advantage to our Fords 😂😂

Where is victory lane? Or do I not want to know?. 😂

Ima need yall to not on E. Reservoir 🤣 I'll b out there in my dick dastardly outfit with drums of oil to capture Penelope pitstop🤣🤣🤣🤣

and victory lane is county jail?!?!?

Mooooo over and please give French Bros. Dairy a heads up😉. Yikes, all that excitement down Water Street and we might be working a rodeo 🐄🐄

Be careful the Pit Patrol watches Water Street.

It’s a shame I gave up speeding years ago!

And y'all be out there with radar catching all the seeders. 😉

I think I’ll just reserve any comment until Chief Reilly weighs in on this. #boogityboogity

I live on part of the track. I will be on the backstretch.

I've always wanted to see what my cummins will do in the quarter mile

How does a driver qualify for this?

Don’t give me a ticket and we will try it out!!

At least it’s not raining here. Today.

Can we go 4 wide "in an emergency"? That comment made me LOL

Winner gets a ride along?

Sounds fun!!

Did ya'll watch Ford vs. Ferrari this weekend too?

No tickets? I’m in

Bo Hall I think us county boys could probably do very well at that drafting game

Where do I sign up ? 🤣

Jesse Clark you are to scared

Perfect 🤣🤣🤣

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Alright y’all, time for some serious content. We’ve had a few reports of some rapscallions entering cars and taking assorted things that were left in them by their owners.

Notice we didn’t say *breaking* and entering.....y’all know why? Because they were left unlocked and had valuables in plain sight. People! C’mon, it’s 2020! Most cars have clickers and the ones that don’t usually have power locks! You can not only lock the door you got out of but all the other ones, too. Not only did we put a man on a moon-like set in Hollywood, CA (just kidding, Buzz 😂) but we can also lock and unlock our cars from the bathroom of our house.

Now you can say “If’n they want it, they gonna get it.” but that isn’t completely true. They’re definitely going to get it if you leave your stuff unlocked.

No one is gonna notice a burgled, unlocked car but I can bet you a paycheck that no bad guy is gonna hoover a pile of schneef and set out on a night of thievery if he thinks Karen will either hear the glass break or see the pile of safety glass when she walks her peekapugglepoo and thieves just won’t risk that kind of heat.

This isn’t new. It’s been going on for hundreds of years; back then, thieves robbed the stage coach. You think Wells Fargo would just leave a stage parked outside of the local saloon? Nah, they had a strong box and a dude with a shotgun. Now, we’re a bit more sophisticated and civilized in 2020 but you should still take precautions like not leaving your valuables in plain sight..... do you *really* need that 86 pounds of change in your cupholder? Keep a few bucks but stash it in your console.

Take your stuff inside. Lock your car up. Help us help you; crime prevention is everyone’s business.
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Totally agree. Not being mean but , if you leave your car unlocked nowadays , your asking for it !

A few years ago I used to get fussed at for being such a stickler about locking my car! Not only do people take items out of your car but they can easily access the lever to open your gas door and siphon some for themselves!

I love it. Couldn’t agree more. Great funny (but serious) shout out. I hope everyone reads this.

Duh! It's not difficult to lock your car, just as easy as using your turn signal 🤣

Saddest post ever ...

A few weeks ago, around 2AM a lady I know saw a man dressed in black pants and a black hoodie in her parking lot going from car to car seeing if they were unlocked. If they were he kept moving. And he moved fast. Lock your doors!!

Very good!!And your right!An old gal that l am,and on my own...65 on Feb 22nd...being a Master Chief's only daughter...he taught me early...ALWAYS LOCK YOUR CAR!And to cover,or put out of sight,things that may be stolen!As well,never let people see your name n adress,if you just got your mail....so...each time l leave my car,l make sure its locked...and as well,returning...Thank you all for all your real care n concern!You all always make me feel protected and safe!May cupid be very sweet to you all!Thank you for all you do....ox

Trust no one except your local law enforcement agency. If you leave things of value and don't lock you car doors, it is your own darn fault. You would leave you house unlocked would you? Well, your vehicle is an extension of you house.

I always lock my doors...sometimes with the keys in it 😐

Peekapugglepoo??? Love it!!

Can an electric fence charger wired to the door handle of said automobile as a slight sting to keep intruders away? Asking for a friend 👀

I agree 100% but when a car is in a driveway and it is the middle of the night they can not see those valuables without being where they shouldn't be. It may be unlocked cars this time but bigger crime the next time!

She's a Cavalier King Charles...

and that is what I appreciates abouts yous

Love your posts !!!!

You are an absolute hoot!!!

Great LetterKenny reference

Very well said 💕

Sheeez 🤦‍♀️ not locking?

♥️♥️♥️🌹🌹♥️🌹

Amanda Dellinger

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Last night, Corporal Ben DeMay received the Life Saving award from the Town Council.

In October 2019, Corporal DeMay was dispatched to a medical emergency where, being first on the scene, he rendered life-saving first aid which was instrumental in the recovery of the victim.

Corporal DeMay has earned our pride and admiration and serves as an example to all as to what it means to be a public servant.
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Last night, Corporal Ben DeMay received the Life Saving award from the Town Council.

In October 2019, Corporal DeMay was dispatched to a medical emergency where, being first on the scene, he rendered life-saving first aid which was instrumental in the recovery of the victim. 

Corporal DeMay has earned our pride and admiration and serves as an example to all as to what it means to be a public servant.

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Congratulations on this prestigious award. You are a positive reflection on your department and all of law enforcement.

Congrats Ben!

Congratulations. Just a quick question, what are the beliefs of the town of Woodstock concerning the 2nd amendment sanctuary status of most towns and counties in Virginia and where do you stand as a police force dedicated to uphold the constitutions of both Virginia and the United States of America?

Wonderful job Corporal DeMay! I hope the victim thanked you too and gets the help she needs!

Congratulations for the good judgment and quick thinking as the First Responder.

Congratulations! Thank you for caring for our community!

Congratulations officer demay, he's awesome.

Congratulations Ben. Recognition always helps also! 😜

Congratulations Ben thank you for the excellent job!

Congrats Ben!! Great job and well deserved!!

Way to go CPL. Demay! Outstanding job!

Congratulations Ben!

Congratulations Ben... 🇺🇸

Congratulations Ben! Great all around guy there

Congratulations great job !

Congratulations Ben!!

Great Job Ben!

Congratulations!

Congrats Ben!

Congratulations brother!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congrats! 🙂

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Today is Super Bowl Sunday. It is also Groundhog Day.

If you go and get hammered and kill someone by drinking and driving, the rest of your life will be like the Groundhog Day movie, but instead, you’re waking up in jail.
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Be safe out there and thanks for all you do. Hopefully your not busy this evening !

Funny, but sad too.. You guys are awesome, keep up the good work!

Thank you Safe for each and everyone of you

You hit it on the Nose!!

Watch the Puppy Bowl. Iti

When it is this warm out - sleep in the van

Preach!

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Tomorrow is Super Bowl Sunday, it’s one of the few reasons we learned Roman numerals in school. It’s also a pretty well known day for alcohol consumption. If’n y’all decide to have a little too much, please don’t drive. We’ll have additional officers on the road tomorrow, thanks to some DMV grant money.

Monday is Super Sick Monday, when the entire US calls in sick. The boss isn’t going to believe you if RSW Regional Jail shows up on the caller ID.
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Too funny! I love how the department is getting their point across in a humorous manner.

"If'n" is a new one for me. I like it!

I only care about the puppy bowl n half time!l shall have my dollar store,chips n dip,n my hot dogs!And my Manhattans!WIth cherries please!I shall be driving from my sofa to my kitchen and back!Enjoy and stay safe!😍😎😍🥳👩‍🦳👮‍♀️👮‍♂️💃💞🎈🏈🏈🏈

My question is: what team is the whole department pulling for? I’m going for the Chiefs. Y’all stay safe and thank YOU for protecting and serving our communities!

You make me laugh but I don’t drink and haven’t watched NFL since they decided to disrespect America. But to all other be safe. If your drinking give some your keys.

Y’all are too much! Love it!

Have I told you lately how much I love you guys and girls?

Bahahahaha

😂😂😂😂

😂😂😂

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Last week, we were awarded a grant from Walmart Woodstock - W Reservoir Rd in the amount of $2,000. This grant was provided to promote community outreach and will be used for our 9th annual Community Safety and Wellness Day, scheduled for May 9th, 2020. ... See MoreSee Less

Last week, we were awarded a grant from Walmart Woodstock - W Reservoir Rd in the amount of $2,000. This grant was provided to promote community outreach and will be used for our 9th annual Community Safety and Wellness Day, scheduled for May 9th, 2020.

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CONGRATULATIONS 🎉

Congratulations, well deserved 🇺🇸

Patty Rush I see you

The bald head cop needs to smile an love his job more

Congrats! Awesomeness

How wonderful!! 😊😊😊

Congratulations

Congratulations.

Congratulations!

Dam officer DELLINGER can smile

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Roadway open but emergency vehicles are still on scene, please use caution

**TRAFFIC ALERT** I81 North CLOSED at the 289
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Another tragedy/catastrophe caused by our Virginia highway Departments absolute refusal to widen the I81 corridor in Shenandoah Co & Fredrick Co. They are responsible for the carnage!

And all the tractor trailers are coming on s Commerce st 🤭. Tearing up the neighbors yards and power pole

Yes, and I have family stuck in it.......

It's almost completely backed up to Woodstock. Traffic is completely at a stand still when we went by. Anyone going towards Woodstock watch out for idiots crossing through the grass and some are even crossing at emergency location spots.

That looks really bad (traffic wise) on Googlemaps

We’re stuck in it @ mm 286. What happened? Any ETA?

Misty Sumer since you said that you were going too tb

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We’ve had a good amount of rain overnight and there is standing water by the dairy. You could caulk your car and float it, pay one of the Frenchs to act as a guide or turn around and don’t drown. ... See MoreSee Less

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I dont know who is responsible for the great post that come from the Woodstock police dept but they are doing a fantastic job.

I'm dying over here..😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂

Thanks for your very clever alerts!

Thank you

Love it!!!🥰

Also standing water on ox road

I'm staying inside,with my Irish coffee n new kitty,l just got from the wonderful Shelter!!!

Is the bridge by Muse flooded this morning?

Whatcha talkin bout WPD

😂

Maybe you need a loitering ordnance on them streets and the water wouldn't stand there. Lol

Caulk car too keep it from taking on watrr

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In the early morning hours of January 20, the sultan of the spatula, the baron of bacon, the grand duke of gravy, Coach Foltz and his associates crawled out of their warm beds to begin cooking what would turn out to be the best breakfast we’ve had since the last time he cooked for us. The spread was massive, the bacon was crispy and the gravy was hearty.

Officers, both on duty and off, filtered in and enjoyed a spread that couldn’t be beat. Many returned home for a nap because after a meal like this, what else is there to do?

We’re so thankful for this show of appreciation and support and we are looking forward to next year’s already!
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What an amazing gesture!! Such generous men to cook a delicious breakfast for those so well deserving. Now excuse me while I wipe the drool off of my chin.

I love this!!!! Very cool. Shout out to joe barb woot woot!!!

It's not breakfast without bacon! Great job!

I would have been happy to come in and flip some bacon! 😊

All great peeps right there!!

Way to go Donn Foltz and Ron Testerman!!!

great work guya thank you

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It got cold last night but at least we don’t have falling iguanas.

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Ummm...welllll... Actually, if an Iguana fell on me it would be a Resue 911 episode, cos I’d have cardiac arrest, I’m purdy sure!

Alright law enforcement friends, can you imagine the paperwork on falling iguanas!!!!! lol

It’s a for real thing. That and how they will strip a hibiscus bear in a couple of hours.

Iguanas are huge down here!!! But yes Florida is COLD today

Iguanas are awesome!!!!

It really happens. I've seen it rain iguanas in Sarasota. 😳

Personally Im a bit more concerned about frozen water meters. Had several this week.

I couldn’t even imagine! 😂

Close both eyes until you are past and then ask Dispatch, "What iquanas? I didn't see any."

Hey free iguanas 🤣🤣🤣

Amy Swan Webb....watch out, hahaha 🤣🤣🤣

Tiffany Myers HA! Take that! 🐊 😂

Elizabeth Estrada please carry an umbrella 😉

Sarah Clarke falling Iguana cold hmmm.

Linda Charlene Vaughan Osborne it better warm up before I head south. We don’t need no stinking iguanas!

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We’re not saying you have to dress up in a hi-viz kilt, but somewhere in some OSHA office, a safety inspector is having a stroke and Mike George is getting Ideas.

That being said, if you’re going to walk at night, walk *AGAINST* traffic. This is so you can see cars whose drivers aren’t paying attention and will yeet you into someone’s yard.

Wear light colored clothing. We have tons of wonderful street lights powered by Edison’s electricity. Still, there are several places in town where it can get rather dark. Drivers are more likely to see someone in all white versus a ninja.

Y’all be careful. The days are getting longer and it’ll be spring before you know it.
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We’re not saying you have to dress up in a hi-viz kilt, but somewhere in some OSHA office, a safety inspector is having a stroke and Mike George is getting Ideas. 

That being said, if you’re going to walk at night, walk *AGAINST* traffic. This is so you can see cars whose drivers aren’t paying attention and will yeet you into someone’s yard.

Wear light colored clothing. We have tons of wonderful street lights powered by Edison’s electricity. Still, there are several places in town where it can get rather dark. Drivers are more likely to see someone in all white versus a ninja. 

Y’all be careful. The days are getting longer and it’ll be spring before you know it.

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The people walking from George’s to the store after dark needs this outfit!! I was a nurse at George’s when the employee got hit by a car. That was not an accident I ever thought I would have to go to!!

See this all the time with people walking South of Sheetz o. RT. 11... Black clothes at night at with their backs to traffic..... always makes me shake my head... All these Mustangs riding around and they tempting fate.

*Tesla's electricity

I think the town employees would look rather snazzy in this get up.

Yeet you into someone's yard...lol...yep..always walk twoard the oncoming cars...love your posts..

Been following this page for like 30 years. Still don't know what yeet means

This one is the best so far!!!! Love it!!!😂😂😂

A simple $5.00 reflective safety vest would be helpful. Cheap and effective.

I am an inspector and yes this is OSHA approved but still not for hot work or high voltage because knees are naked. Lmao this will be my violation punishment for not wearing hi vis instead of a fine. Love it !!!

Please dont give Mike George any more ideas!

No one can say, "I didn't see him."

I swear to God 😂😂😂 Woodstock Police Department y'all are something else

Yeet. 🤣🤣

John Coleman

Katelynn Polacco 🤣

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We’re under a Winter Weather *Advisory* through tomorrow night.

An advisory means milk only. Leave the bread and eggs alone. If this were a warning, it would include the bread, eggs and add TP.
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I got the eggs and buttermilk for big, fluffy, homemade pancakes! I'm thinking of making blueberry syrup, too! 😋

I got some TP..n Gauva juice!Me n my new kitty are ready!You all be careful to!👮‍♀️👮‍♂️👮‍♀️👮‍♂️

Thinking about mowing my Lawn tomorrow before lunch... I will do my best to not blow grass clippings out where the plow blade might catch and buckle...

Luray Walmart was well stocked this morning

no self checks today they had enough people to fill each register.

Too late I went to the store today and got eggs, bread and T-paper. LOL

and...Cookies!!! Buy ‘em or bake ‘em, ya gotta have cookies.

Make sure you abandon your vehicle randomly on the side of the road before all the good spots are taken

2 bottles of wine for an "advisory" ?

Ya'll are too funny🤭😀😀😀👍

What about the wine?

And the chocolate?

You can't make milk sandwiches without bread!! 😋

Love it!!! 🌨❄️⛄️

Haaaaaaa. I love it!!!!! I got Chocolate milk!

You forgot water!

Hilarious

😂😂😂

😂😂😂

🤣🤣

Hehe, buying up bacon

Ill got plent TP!

Invade Walmart and buy em out correct?

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This morning, want to recognize Laura Shelton and The Warrenton Police Department; This was Laura’s first formal presentation, serving as the Team Leader for Warrenton PD’s accreditation assessment. Laura has quickly earned a reputation as a experienced professional in this field and is currently serving as Vice President of Virginia Law Enforcement Accreditation Coalition.

Like Woodstock, Warrenton is a relatively small department and accreditation is a huge undertaking that requires the efforts of the entire department. We want to congratulate and welcome them to the growing number of accredited agencies in the Commonwealth.
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This morning, want to recognize Laura Shelton and The Warrenton Police Department; This was Laura’s first formal presentation, serving as the Team Leader for Warrenton PD’s accreditation assessment. Laura has quickly earned a reputation as a experienced professional in this field and is currently serving as Vice President of Virginia Law Enforcement Accreditation Coalition. 

Like Woodstock, Warrenton is a relatively small department and accreditation is a huge undertaking that requires the efforts of the entire department. We want to congratulate and welcome them to the growing number of accredited agencies in the Commonwealth.

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Great job, Laura! And congratulations to Warrenton PD!

Yay Laura! Congratulations to all!

Fantastic and Congrats Laura and Warrenton PD!

Congratulations Laura!!!!

Congratulations

Wonderful!

Congratulations! Way to go Laura Shelton

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Today is Law Enforcement Appreciation Day however we want to take a moment to thank *you*. We are blessed to be able to serve a community that supports and appreciates us.

This isn’t an easy job; we all ride the rollercoaster of highs and lows. Some days are bad; we get home, take off all the equipment and uniforms and question why we do this job. After all, we’re people like you with feelings and emotions. It happens, it’s a real thing. Those are the “downs” of the roller coaster.

Some days are good. Because of the continued support and appreciation from the citizens, businesses and town council, those bad days aren’t as bad and the “downs” don’t last as long. You remind us why we’re out here every day, doing what we do and why we would never do anything different.

Thank you.
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Ole Donnie would tell you he is proud of you guys if he was here with us... Bring a couple of those cars by the shop and we can turn em up a little for those high speed Water Street pursuits!!

Thank you for your service. Never think that you're not appreciated because you are. Be safe.

I thank God for each one of you and thank you for your service. May God bless and keep you and your families safe

Thank you to all of our Law Enforcement. You guys and gals have one of the hardest jobs out there. In this day and age with all that goes on please watch your back, be safe and go home to your families! May GOD watch over every single one of you🙏🏻

Thank all of you for protecting us the citizens

Thank all who daily protect and keep us safe! God bless you all!!

Woodstock Police Dept was there for me one scary night. I’ll never forget their stoic kindness when, late one night while home alone, they found out the voices I heard were coming from the TV sound system. No TV picture. Just the sound. They never laughed at me. Okay. Maybe once they were back in their squad cars, but not in front of me 🤗🥰

Thank you WE APPRECIATE YOU

You all are the best!I'm an older woman alone.When l first moved here,from the DC area,where ld lived most of my life,at times l called the Woodstock police,if l heard a really weird sound,or when my outside light was totally broke.I knew no one at all here!The cops were always respectful to me,and kind.About my light,the cop said,most likely it was the brutal wind,at the time.And the noise?A nice officer checked all my windows.I felt,safe.I felt protected!Going on,living here,3 years soon,l still feel protected by the caring Woodstock police!Thank you,for each shift you take,and all that you do,to care for all of us!❤❤❤

👏🏻👏🏻✊👍 to Woodstock police dept, thanks for your hard work time and dedication. Thanks for being cool on fb. Where will you all be setup with radar, I want to Calibrate your radar. Just want to make sure your radar and my speedometer are the same 50 in a 25. Lmao will I get a invite down to test it 🤣

We are so grateful for all you do and post all the pitfalls we should look out for. We love and appreciate each one of you🙏👍

Thank you one and all!

Thanks for all you guys do for our town and it’s residents

Thank you we feel safe!

Thank you to each of you! You are the best! Stay safe!

Thanks and God's protection over each one and your families. 🙏🙏

Thank you all for what you do, we appreciate each and everyone of you!

Thank you for being there for all of us!

Thank you for all you do. Hoping 2020 has a lot less bad days and many more good ones. ❤️👮‍♂️👮

Thank you all for your dedicated service!

Thank you for all you do!!

I appreciate you thank you for all that you all do for the county

Thank you and may you for ever stay safe

Thank you for your service!

Thanks for all you do!

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So we had the snow, we had the black ice. Now comes the wind. We’re under a wind advisory for today; sustained winds of 25mph with gusts of 50mph.

Luray, get ready because we’re about to send you things we haven’t tied down.
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We'll need new stuff, all of ours will be over in Rappahannock County! 😂😂

Guess a second christmas for ouray wouldnt be so bad 😂😂

And I put my trash out and if the garbage man doesn’t get it you will.

Y’all just can’t make up your minds.

Karey Tusing Rexrode

Lol

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Y’all watch out tonight. It’s gonna get a little slickery.

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Now I have a new word!

Black ice is wicked....I know!

I legit Love y'all❤😂😂

Is that a new air freshener? What does black ice smell like? Lmao

Roads are getting dicey. Town is out with salt and vinegar chips so please stay off the roads.

If you must travel, allow plenty of time, increase distance between you and other vehicles and keep your windshield clear.Good Morning, Woodstock! We are expecting snow accumulations in the amount of 2-5 inches today. Public Works crews are out running their routes to apply salt and chip where necessary and will begin plowing operations as needed. The winter weather advisory is anticipated to cease at 6:00 pm this evening. Be careful walking or driving in this winter weather!
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Roads are getting dicey. Town is out with salt and vinegar chips so please stay off the roads. 

If you must travel, allow plenty of time, increase distance between you and other vehicles and keep your windshield clear.

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Y'all are the best, I swear!!!😂😂

And please wash your frames out when the storm is over and roads are clear

Love you guys!!! 😂😂😂😂

😂😉🙃

😋😋👏👏😁😂

Samantha Rae Lawson😂😂 you HAVE GOT to like this page😂❤

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 11 AM TO 6 PM EST TUESDAY...

* WHAT...Snow expected. Total snow accumulations 1 to 3 inches.

* WHERE...Portions of northern Virginia and eastern West Virginia.

* WHEN...From 11 AM to 6 PM EST Tuesday. The heaviest snow is expected between 1 PM and 4 PM Tuesday afternoon.

* IMPACTS...Snow covered and slippery roads are expected, especially Tuesday afternoon into the evening commute.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Snow rates around one inch per hour are possible with visibility around one-half mile at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Slow down and use caution while traveling.

When venturing outside, watch your first few steps taken on steps, sidewalks, and driveways, which could be icy and slippery, increasing your risk of a fall and injury.
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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 11 AM TO 6 PM EST TUESDAY...

* WHAT...Snow expected. Total snow accumulations 1 to 3 inches.

* WHERE...Portions of northern Virginia and eastern West Virginia.

* WHEN...From 11 AM to 6 PM EST Tuesday. The heaviest snow is expected between 1 PM and 4 PM Tuesday afternoon.

* IMPACTS...Snow covered and slippery roads are expected, especially Tuesday afternoon into the evening commute.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Snow rates around one inch per hour are possible with visibility around one-half mile at times.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Slow down and use caution while traveling.

When venturing outside, watch your first few steps taken on steps, sidewalks, and driveways, which could be icy and slippery, increasing your risk of a fall and injury.Image attachment

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Thank you!I did my errands today.lm almost 65.l parked my car,so its snow ready.But lm teacher n don't start up till Feb!!Staying inside!I did my time falling on ice n a 360 spin in a 1979 Transam n didn't hit anyone,in a big huge snow storm..of 1981...I have paid my snow n work dues!😎😎😎After all getting old has to give you some breaks.. Lol..you all take care,as well...

As much as I love snow, I just really wish the rain was going 2 Australia.

Great!

Karla Mauck Racey

Christine Geary

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If you go and get yourself kilt because you drove drunk, your dog won’t understand why you never came home.

Think about that.
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Exactly.

That is so true. Even jail isn't worth it. I've been babysitting a little one for about a year-and-a-half now. His Daddy still has a year-and-a-half to go. You can stilll see the sadness in his eyes every single day😔

I’ve been a designated dog walker

Troof

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Things to ring in the new year:

- Silly string
- Those poppers that shoot out little streamers
- A Kazoo
- A Vuvuzela
- A cowbell
- Champagne toast at midnight.
- Midnight kiss
- Blackeyed peas and ham.

Things not to ring in the new year.

- Drinking all the champagne by 8pm and toasting with Boone’s Farm mixed with fireball.
- Thinking we’re Roscoe P. Coltrane and you’re one of the Dukes.
- Police Car sirens
- The sounds of a Hurst tool cutting your roof off
- Jail doors closing
- A jailhouse phone-call.
- Us, coming to your house to tell your loved ones you were seriously injured or killed because you drove drunk.

Call a Uber. Call a cab, slip a sober friend some gas money, call a wrecker, do anything but drive drunk.
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Give your 'first responders' an easy work night. Police, fire, rescue and ambulance. I have worked that shift as a first responder years ago and they don't call it 'the graveyard shift' for nothing.

I love your perspective! Happy New Year and be safe!

Yep, it's not worth it. Your bringing in the new year not leaving the new year! Be safe!!!

We could always use more cowbell. 😁🤟

Amazing truth ..

Like this alot...will share

Or call a friend who is old and probably has been in bed for 2-3 hours 🖐🏼🖐🏼🖐🏼🖐🏼🖐🏼

How about ya Snowball.....this here the Bandit .

God bless your New Years Eve as well....ox

I absolutely love your posts, this is spot on! From your neighbor in Clarke County 🎉

Proper name for the vuvuzela

Absolutely 👍

Call a wrecker 😂

More cowbell please 😆 youtu.be/cVsQLlk-T0s

You forgot the one about, No dynamite at midnight, they are not fire crackers

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Who else here does it or has done it?

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For me it's at the first right "turn" before the tracks! 🤣

Is this a trick question?

I also stop and look both ways for oncoming trains!

If you were turning into one of the driveways that are there I would see that you would need a turn signal

Why do you need a turn signal when you're staying on the main road

It's more important for people to actually slow down & "Yield" as posted!

That photo sure doesn’t look like Woodstock...

Yes. I also do this coming into White Post from Sugar Hill rd.

Guilty 😁

Deardra me af

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Although Santa has returned to the North Pole, the Grinch is still out and about, looking to steal Christmas and anything else that isn't bolted down or that blew over to Luray during the last wind storm.

That means being aware that leaving trash on the sidewalk is also telling everyone what was under the tree this morning; XBox, PS4, 144" LED TV, an Oscar Meyer weenie whistle, cabbage patch dolls, an Atari 2600....all prime targets for thieves.

We recommend cutting up your boxes and putting them in black trash bags or just holding on to them until trash day.

The town offers a recycling station at Public Works that's open to the public and the landfill will be open for business as well.

We hope each of you had a merry and safe Christmas.
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Although Santa has returned to the North Pole, the Grinch is still out and about, looking to steal Christmas and anything else that isnt bolted down or that blew over to Luray during the last wind storm. 

That means being aware that leaving trash on the sidewalk is also telling everyone what was under the tree this morning; XBox, PS4, 144 LED TV, an Oscar Meyer weenie whistle, cabbage patch dolls, an Atari 2600....all prime targets for thieves. 

We recommend cutting up your boxes and putting them in black trash bags or just holding on to them until trash day. 

The town offers a recycling station at Public Works thats open to the public and the landfill will be open for business as well. 

We hope each of you had a merry and safe Christmas.

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A weenie whistle is still a hot item??? I’d better put ours in the bank safety deposit box then. Thanks for the heads up.

Merry Christmas! Thanks for all you do for us!

Miss you on this side of mtn JK you was a fine deputy our loss is Woodstocks gain.

Great wisdom to share!! Our towns are protected by the best first responders!! Thanks!!

Thank you for your service MANY BLESSINGS TO YOU

I got coal! Think I’ll recycle it at home this winter....

Thank you for taking care of us! Merry Christmas to our great police force.

Thanks to all of our officers. We appreciate you.

I think these are thoughtful and good tips!!Merry Christmas...n thanks.....

Great advice!!! MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!

You didn’t see the Weiner mobile on my drive way? Neither did I ! I guess it is missing... please find! 😊

Merry Christmas! Stay safe.

Thanks guys. Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas guys. Be safe !!

Good advice!!!

Merry Christmas!!!!!

Have a wonderful safe New Year!

That Jeremy Keyser is a swell guy!

Jeremy Keyser one of the best

Trash pick up is Saturday too

Your in my old stompin grounds Jeremy

There’s Jeremy Keyser sure miss him over here

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Please stay with us, trust us

Stand by....

Shoutout to all of y’all because now I have a 10 year old eager to go to bed. 😴😂

Thank you for a wonderful, SWEET moment!❤❤❤

Drink your Ovaltine

Praying you have a quiet and safe night. Thank you. Merry Christmas !

Everyone stay calm, it’s happening!

Thank you for doing this for our kiddos!! 💙💙

You guys are the coolest! 🎅🏼🥰🎄 Merry Christmas to you all

Best police department ever.

Merry Christmas and god bless each of you and your familys

That’s awesome 👏 Merry Christmas 🎁🎄

Merry Christmas to all. May God keep you all safe this holiday

Loved it! Merry Christmas!

Thank for everyone's service.

Merry Christmas.

Merry Christmas 🎄

Loved this!! Thank you!

Merry Christmas 🎄🎁

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!!!

Merry Christmas

So cute

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

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We had some other more pressing business. We’ll go live again soon.

🎅🏼🎅🏼🎅🏼🎅🏼🎅🏼🎅🏼
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I have 2

What Fer

Roger that, thank you!

All I have is the app on my phone. Someone post a recording!!!

Is there going to be a bolo for a heavy set white male wearing a red coat?

Phillip W Richman

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Merry Christmas guys and gals. You do such an amazing job. Have a blessed holiday and New Year

Merry Christmas to the men and women at the police department! Thank you for all you do!

Merry Christmas! Thank you for making our beautiful little space on this planet that much more awesome!

Merry Christmas! Thank you for every thing you do! Stay safe!

Merry Christmas be safe out there God bless you all

Merry Christmas, and we thank you all for all you do for us! 🎄

Merry Christmas and thank you for being there for our community!

Merry Christmas to all are police officers, fire departments, Rescue person and let's not forget about our wonderful dispatchers. Enjoy your day and be safe.

Merry Christmas to you all🎄

Merry Christmas to you all! Thank u for everything you all do!

Thank you!! Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas and God bless and keep you all and yours!! 🎄❤🎄❤🎄

Thank you and God bless.

Merry Christmas and thanks for all u do.

Same to you all! Safe holidays!

Merry Christmas!

Thank you and Merry Christmas to you all as well

Merry Christmas 🎄🎅🤶

Merry Christmas!🎄

Merry Christmas to all.

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas to you all and thanks for your service! Prayers for a safe New Year.

Merry Christmas, thank you and be safe!!

Merry Christmas to all!!

Merry Christmas

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We’re approaching the final weekend before Christmas and that means a lot of holiday parties.

Some of y’all will drink. Some of y’all will get drunk. A few of you will get so plastered you’ll wander around the neighborhood dressed as the grinch and fight inflatables. We get it. It happens.

All we ask is that you drink responsibly. There’s nothing worse than sending two officers by your home to tell your loved ones that there has been a crash and you won’t be coming home. Three days before Christmas.

Designate a driver. Call a friend. Call a wrecker; they’ll take you and your car home and many run promotions during the holidays (Tow companies, let us know in the comments). As long as you’re not causing a scene we can probably look the other way as your DD drags you into the Sheetz bathroom to hold your hair before you order 9 hot dogs and a 5 gallon bucket of fries and one of those dog treats by the register that you mistake for some beef jerky and eat anyway.....it’s better than spending the holidays in the medical examiners office.

Please PLEASE don’t ruin the holidays on account of getting yourself or someone else kilt.

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We’re approaching the final weekend before Christmas and that means a lot of holiday parties. 

Some of y’all will drink. Some of y’all will get drunk. A few of you will get so plastered you’ll wander around the neighborhood dressed as the grinch and fight inflatables. We get it. It happens.

All we ask is that you drink responsibly. There’s nothing worse than sending two officers by your home to tell your loved ones that there has been a crash and you won’t be coming home. Three days before Christmas. 

Designate a driver. Call a friend. Call a wrecker; they’ll take you and your car home and many run promotions during the holidays (Tow companies, let us know in the comments). As long as you’re not causing a scene we can probably look the other way as your DD drags you into the Sheetz bathroom to hold your hair before you order 9 hot dogs and a 5 gallon bucket of fries and one of those dog treats by the register that you mistake for some beef jerky and eat anyway.....it’s better than spending the holidays in the medical examiners office. 

Please PLEASE don’t ruin the holidays on account of getting yourself or someone else kilt. 

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I did eat a " Beggin Strip " one night...a friend gave it to me...i ate it and he said " awwww that was for the dog !!!!! " who supposedly didn't like people..but did like me...( no fear ) so my friend ate one too !!!! I did think it was deer jerky...wasn't all that bad...lol

Sobriety. It's the gift that keeps on giving, Clark! 😊

I don't even live in the Shenandoah Valley and I love your posts! Maybe I should move to Woodstock!

Sheetz 😂😂😂😂😂 y’all are the freaking best!

I don’t know who wrote this, but kudos to you. This is the best thing I’ve seen all week. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Great reminder from our great Police Department!

"If I woke up with my head sewn to the carpet, I wouldn't be more surprised than I am right now" One of my favorite lines

Did someone say, "Squirrel?" 😆👍

Absolutely love the informative yet colorful posts from one our local police departments!!

Lol and well put

Lol “kilt” 😂

Deardra see there are other dumb people too about the dog treats 😂

Thanks for a timely reminder! Listen up folks!!!

Wonderful post.

Katie Delaughter Hanson you’re not the only one mistaking dog jerky 🤣

Bob Adams!

Chris Pangle

Kilt... 🤣 😂

As a victim of a drunk driver who killed my twin brother Jackie in 1974, when we were only 17 years old!!!!! I plead with all who drink and choose to drive...PLEASE DON'T!!! YOU COULD TAKE YOUR LIFE OR SOMEONE ELSE'S. I live every day without the brother whom I spent 9 months growing together and 17 short years hanging out. Make wise decisions that you can live with the rest of Your Life.

State law

Thank you Woodstock Police Dept

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*Update - 5:43am*
Roads are slick. Be careful
**SHENCO SCHOOLS CLOSED**
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Hummm. Are the courts going to be open today??

Alum Springs Rd. is slick!!

Thanks.

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I need to know if cookies might still be available despite this grim forecast?? If indeed, this mess hits Rockingham County Public Schools and we get a day off, I’ll be listening to Bing Crosby with my hot cocoa. I’m gonna need cookies.

Love and appreciate your letting your constituents keep informed of happenings on and around Woodstock!

Thank goodness my only commute will be,my fingers to turn up or down my electric blanket!🥰❤🥰

Thank you for the heads up! 😉

CanWe have snow instead of freezing rain..... that's preferable

Ugh. I think I'll stay in bed. Yes.

Yay

Yay

Isaac

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Man, why can’t the Hawaiian Punch main ever break and shoot a 30’ geyser of deliciousness in the air? We’d be out there with 5 gallon buckets.

Y’all be careful. You know our PW guys are out there busting their hump to get the water back on ASAP.There is a water main break in the vicinity of the 500-block of Hollingsworth Road near the four- way stop. Thank you for your patience while we work to fix the leak.
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Man, why can’t the Hawaiian Punch main ever break and shoot a 30’ geyser of deliciousness in the air? We’d be out there with 5 gallon buckets. 

Y’all be careful. You know our PW guys are out there busting their hump to get the water back on ASAP.

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I laughed about the post but not at the people who lost water. So....WPD🤣 neighborhood peeps 😑

I would be out there helping ya catch the Hawaiian punch oh yes I would.

Hopefully they get to go home soon

The people who work in Public Works are often unappreciated but without them we would be in deep do do. I've seen them wearing g rubber boots standing in a ditch with water up past their knees in zero degree temperatures at night fixing a water leak. This after working a full day with another day coming up. They do it because it needs to be done and they get it done..with style.

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Our Town United!!!!!!

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We can see the blue lights in the distance, everybody’s ready!!!!

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Thank you WPD for helping to keep all the candy crazed kiddos safe!

Thank you WPD for having the nicest and friendliest police officers. We really appreciate your service and dedication.

Thanks WPD for keeping everyone safe on this festive night.

I was so proud of our policemen last nite. They were gentle in their guidance they gave, but always looking out for the kid that just had to grab that one piece of candy in the middle of the street. When they ran up to a large group of children and asked if they wanted a selfie it was amazing! The crowd applauded! Woodstock will never have the issues other communities have with their law inforcement, because there is respect on both sides.

What a fun night!

What an awesome picture!!

Nice job tonight guys!

Be safe out there and stay warm! ♡

You boys did a fine job tonight. That Dunivan was climbin hills on that huffy like a champ

Amanda Street ❤🌲❤

George W. Mclaughlin

I see Savannah & Maddie

Beth Orndorff here’s the picture of the kids

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A reminder that it’s December, the sun clocks out at about 4pm (federal Friday, ya know) and once he Fred Flinstones himself out of the sky, it’s going to get cold.

Dress warmly for the festivities tonight.
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It was a great parade and yes, it did get a little chilly, and thank you all for doing a great job with us "croudies"...

A GREAT reminder

What time does the parade start?

Yaba-daba-down right cold.

Light Up Woodstock begins tomorrow at 5:00 with the parade kicking off at 6:30. We advise taking Reservoir Rd. to Water St. to Moose Rd. (or reverse that to go the other way) to avoid traffic/closures.

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And stand and salute, or hand over your heart, the American flag as it passes. It's called RESPECT.

Where is the best place to park and view the parade?

Practice my princess wave

I will I promise

Bree Litten

Will it hinder getting onto Ox Road? If so, I will have my princess wave ready. 😂

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You’ll hard-pressed to find a more helpful, kind and hard working public servant than Chief Bowers. From wheeling a truck to a “worker”, topping off our iced tea at spaghetti supper or giving the monthly report to the Town Council, Chief Bowers had his hands in it all.

It takes a remarkable man to selflessly give to the community for almost five decades and never once be compensated. No matter the hour, the day or the weather, you can count on seeing Chief at the firehouse when others call for help. With out dedicated people like him, the fire department and the town would be vastly different than it is today.

Thank you, Chief.Yesterday evening, Mayor McCleary and Town Council honored Chief Wayne Bowers with a Resolution of Respect for his numerous contributions to the Town through his selfless service with the Woodstock Fire Department and the realm of public safety for 45 years. Chief Bowers will be retiring on December 31, 2019. Thank you Chief for helping make Woodstock Fire Department what it is today!
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Congratulations! Couldn’t think of anyone more deserving of recognition!

Congratulations for your retirement and thank you for your dedication.

Thank you Wayne and Congratulations! Well deserved recognition by your department, town and community! You will be missed 💕🤗

Thank you for your service Chief Bowers!

Awe

Thanks Chief!

Congratulations Wayne 💖

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If you’re missing a black Hewlett Packard 16 inch laptop computer please contact us at 459–6101 and ask to speak to an Officer. 

You will need a valid ID and the correct password for the computer before we can release it to you. This computer was found in the Walmart parking lot on Saturday, November 30.
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Unless you know owner could because truck Driver

We had an awesome time doing No-Shave November, raising awareness and money for Relay for Life.

The officer with the most reacts on Friday wins a whole jug of blue light fluid for their cars.
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Looking good! Wish i looked this good with a beard. Use to!😎

Now it’s time for the sheep shears baaaaad boys

Looking good guys!

I think we need Don’t Shave December 😁

All very handsome n bearded heroes!!As Rod the Mod would sing...."You wear it well!"

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Good morning. We *had* a nice post scheduled for you all this morning about Cyber Monday but we don’t know how to read so we messed up the scheduling (Thanks, Dave 😡)

Please accept our delayed and lesser quality post.

Y’all. Cyber Monday. Like Black Friday but instead of breaking down doors for a Cabbage Patch like some of y’all did in ‘83, we’re crashing servers for Calico Critters. The same rules apply then as they do now....you wouldn’t give a stranger your wallet then, so don’t give your financial information to unknown parties on the internet today.

Back then, you wouldn’t go into a side alley store with a cardboard sign that said “toys are us” or get your gifts out the trunk of a ‘77 Malibu, so don’t click on unknown links that’ll take you to a phishing site.

When you got home and poured yourself a Pepsi Free before flicking on Dallas, you looked at your receipts and compared to how much money you had in your wallet.....tomorrow and for the next few days, keep an eye on your financials just in case there was a data breech.

For all of the Zoomers that like our page, yes....this was real life and Dallas was the bees knees.

Y’all have fun today and be careful. Oh, and tomorrow.....pics from no shave November.
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Right.. I would never buy anything from a dudes 77 Malibu trunk that's hugely discounted...

Can’t wait to see the pics!

You guys crack me up!🤣🤣

Chessa Robinson no shave pics tomorrow! 😉

Karey😂😂😂

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This little fluffball was found in under the hood of a car on Court St. near the fire department.

Please contact Robin Bradfield if this cutie belongs to you.
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This little fluffball was found in under the hood of a car on Court St. near the fire department. 

Please contact Robin Bradfield if this cutie belongs to you.

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Look at this little girl 🥰🥰🥰

Thank you all for going above and beyond for this kitten Valerie Wilkins Patton is fostering this baby right now and we will have more info soon This baby is beautiful and going to be in need of a home as soon as it’s stray hold is up if no owner comes forward ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

I think I’ve seen this little cutie there should be a tag on its neck

He was under Bill Allens porch. We all tried to get him, we have fed him a few times. Cute fellow, hope he finds a good home

So adorable and precious ❤️

Can't tell you how appreciated you all are by me Woodstock Police Department, Robin Dodson Bradfield and Valerie Wilkins Patton. This baby is safe thanks to you all. ❤

Brittanie Orndorff LOOOOOOOK

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It’s 6:57 in the AM in beautiful downtown Woodstock and the most important shopping day of the year, “Small Business Saturday” kicks off soon!

We, along with “George’s Go-Getters” from Public Works rolled out the sidewalks extra smooth for you all today to take advantage of all out town has to offer. From Do it Best Hardware (if they don’t have it, you don’t need it) to 7 East Gallery and everything in between, Woodstock has just what you need this holiday season. Grab lunch at the Café or Spring House, take a rest on the luxurious Court Square benches or charge your Tesla and cell phone (with a little help from an a-dapter kit) in our municipal lot.

We hope you find everything you need today. As a special treat, Anne has the day off so no parking tickets, but please be respectful of the signs and limits.

Happy Saturday, everyone!
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You guys are hilarious, Did wardensville fly down to Woodstock. Any chance you guys could come to winchester and take over, PLEASE

I’ll have to check this out! Btw...you all are the best and your posts are awesome!

Where can I find a used light saber ? Asking for a friend....

Love you guys! Thanks for staying on top of things at OX Rd condo's. You just have no idea, how safe it makes me feel! Best law enforcement ever!!

Thank you. We appreciate all you do for our community.

I swear yalls posts are great lol

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Nothing is more American than deep frying our foods. From Oreos to sticks of delicious butter, we have an affinity for that delicious liquid gold.

If'n you're thinking about dunking that yard bird in some succulent partially hydrogenated vegetable oil this thanksgiving, please exercise these safety steps and most importantly, common sense.

Make sure your turkey is completely thawed. Although we love putting explosive dinosaurs in our cars, an exploding turkey just means an ER visit.

Use a thermometer. No, its not better to cook your turkey for 5 minutes at 700* instead of 10* at 350*…Oils have this thing called “ignition temperature” and you guessed it…..an ER visit.

Lower the turkey SLOWLY. Don’t shoot the J with a 20lb bird. The splashing oil will result in an ER visit.

Keep the fryer away from the house. In the unlikely event your family’s Cousin Eddie asks to hold his beer, you won’t have to call the Fire Department to put out your house while Cousin Eddie gets an ER visit.

Just like the 4th of July, Fire and alcohol don’t mix. It leads to visits from the Good Idea Fairy and those lead to……..an ER visit.

In conclusion, thaw your bird, don’t shoot the J and turn your fryer into a Roman candle, keep the fryer and Cousin Eddie far away from your domicile and don’t drink and fry.

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Haha love your sense of humor and care that no one visits the ER this Thanksgiving!

You just took all the fun out of my Thanksgiving..... lol

Cut the flame off before you lower the turkey and you are much less likely to start a fire 😉

Hope everyone followed your great advice!

Just gotta say, I enjoy these "commentaries". Good info always in a comical way.Thanks

Happy thanksgiving! 🦃

Every year this happens, why???!!!

And may you be one with the bird!

Don’t shoot the j!!!

Happy Thanksgiving WPD!!!❤️

Lisa Reedy

Fried Oreos. Now I’m hungry.

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There is a **High Wind Warning** in effect this evening.

Anything not bolted down will be early Christmas presents to the citizens of Luray.

Good news, though.....We'll be getting gifts from Wardensville.
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So what did everyone get?? We got a milk crate and some napkins.

I'm hoping the wind is strong enough