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  • Wednesday June 03rd, 2015
    Lan­caster County Crime Solvers is look­ing for infor­ma­tion on some wanted sus­pects. 58 year old Ethel Eliz­a­beth Auman is wanted for fail­ure to appear in Lan­caster Gen­eral Dis­trict Court on a traf­fic offense. Her last known address is 134 New­land Rd, War­saw. She is described as a white female, 5ft. 3ins., 160 lbs, green eyes, brown hair. 34 year old Kiont Richon Wal­ters is wanted for ...
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  • Wednesday June 03rd, 2015
    A Gum Spring man was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Goochland County. The crash occurred last week on Route 637. State Police say a 2012 Kawasaki ZX-1000 motor­cy­cle was trav­el­ing north on Route 637 when it ran off the road to the right and struck sev­eral trees. The dri­ver and only occu­pant of the motor­cy­cle, 25 year old Sean O’Neal Har­ris of Gum Spring, died at the scene. ...
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  • Tuesday June 02nd, 2015
    A May 27 talk from Congressman Rob Wittman (who represents Virginia’s 1st District) helped Rappahannock Community College students to zero in on the importance of additional education after high school. This need not necessarily be a bachelor’s or master’s degree, Wittman stressed; of the many new jobs that are now becoming available, 60 percent, he said, do not ask applicants to have a four-year degree, but ...
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  • Tuesday June 02nd, 2015
    By Don Hirst, Northumberland Public Library Publicist  Clowns, magicians, gymnasts and a trained dog made the May 21 Listening Lambs at the Library Story Hour an event to remember. The event, held at the Northumberland Public Library, drew a crowd of more than 80 young children and parents. After Jan Bates, the library’s Coordinator of Children’s Services, read “Olivia” – the tale of a young girl who ...
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  • Tuesday June 02nd, 2015
    FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (AP) – Undeveloped land that was once the planned site of a slavery museum and later a minor league baseball stadium in Fredericksburg has been sold. The Free Lance-Star (http://bit.ly/1AKYXcC) reports a deed filed last week in Fredericksburg Circuit Court shows a subsidiary of Diamond Nation paid $400,000 for the 38 acres. The property was owned by the U.S. National Slavery Museum, which failed to ...
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  • Tuesday June 02nd, 2015
    By STEVE SZKOTAK Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – A Virginia advisory panel is recommending that energy companies disclose the chemical ingredients they use in horizontal fracking, a type of natural gas drilling that has spawned environmental concerns. The proposal is among 14 recommendations that have been sent to Gov. Terry McAuliffe for review. Besides the requirement on fracking ingredients, the recommendations also provide for greater safeguards for water ...
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  • Tuesday June 02nd, 2015
    A Tap­pa­han­nock man pled guilty last week, to one count of stran­gu­la­tion and one count of mali­cious wound­ing. The charges against Kevin Kelly stem from attack­ing his then-girlfriend Michelle Jor­dan in both a car and their apart­ment in Tap­pa­han­nock last Sep­tem­ber as they cel­e­brated his birth­day. Accord­ing to Jordan, she stepped away from a party, and a man fol­lowed her to ask her a ques­tion. She ...
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