Fauquier Times Democrat

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Ronald R. Kines

Ronald R. Kines, 72 of Culpeper, Virginia went to be with the Lord on January 21, 2022. He was born June 10, 1949, to the late James R. Kines and

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Brenda Kay Campbell James

Brenda Kay Campbell James, 65, of Goldvein, VA entered eternal rest on Saturday, January 22,2022 at Fauquier Hospital. She was born July, 28th, 1956 to the late William Pierce and

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UPDATE: Grace Miller Elementary School teacher and her ex-husband dead in Sunday night slaying

UPDATE: An English as Second Language teacher at Grace Miller Elementary School and her ex-husband have been identified as the two victims of a shooting last night, according to the

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UPDATE: Grace Miller Elementary School teacher and her ex-husband identified in Sunday night slaying

UPDATE: An English as Second Language teacher at Grace Miller Elementary School and her ex-husband have been identified as the two victims of a shooting last night, according to the

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Peggy Elizabeth Winston

Peggy Elizabeth Winston, 84, of Warrenton, VA, passed January 16, 2022.

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Cameron Kendel Tapscott

Cameron Kendel Tapscott, 68, of Warrenton, VA, passed January 15, 2022.

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Willis King

Willis King, 91, of Warrenton, VA, passed January 14, 2022. Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 28, 2022, 12:00 pm, at Little Zion Baptist Church-Bethel, 6313 Old Zion

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UPDATE: 42 new COVID-19 cases reported in Fauquier County school staffers Friday afternoon

In Fauquier County, 67 new cases of COVID-19 were reported this morning; 100 were recorded Saturday and 59 on Sunday. The seven-day average of cases in the county is 87.

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Prince William County joins 6 other Va. school divisions in lawsuit challenging Youngkin's executive order on masks

The Prince William County School Board has joined six other school divisions across Virginia in a lawsuit challenging Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s executive order that gives parents the choice of sending

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Wildlife officials want to be able to legally possess nutria — in order to wipe them outcia

Courtesy of Virginia Mercury