Rappahannock News

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Webert leads GOP’s effort to change marijuana laws

Rappahannock’s delegate seeks changes to how tax revenue from marijuana sales is directed

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PATH Foundation awards Rappahannock $1 million for universal broadband

The Rappahannock County Broadband Authority on Monday secured a $1 million grant from the Warrenton-based philanthropic PATH Foundation to bring universal broadband to Rappahannock County.

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Land Trust of Virginia has record year for conservation easements

Culpeper property among 3,000+ acres statewide protected from development

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Boundary change talks have Rappahannock Supervisors questioning: ‘What’s the town willing to provide in exchange?’

As the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors begins to consider the Town of Washington’s request to enter into an agreement to expand its corporate limit, some Supervisors are contemplating the

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COVID-19 cases fall sharply from recent statewide peak; hospitalizations stabilizing

The Omicron-fueled surge of COVID-19 cases is declining sharply across Virginia, and hospitalizations for treatment of the virus fell slightly last week. Infections also fell in Rappahannock County.

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Commentary: Looking back: Holiday events at the public schools made for a wonderful end to the year

Rappahannock County High School (RCHS) ended the 2021 year with many new beginnings. With the stress of finals and end of the semester testing, the school came up with many

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Kerry Sutton

Kerry Sutton, owner of the Sperryville’s Before & After cafe.

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Northern Piedmont Community Foundation scholarships available to Rappahannock students, residents

With January upon us, our area high school seniors face a certain truth: graduation is just down the road. And if they have chosen to continue their education, they face

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Washington column for Jan. 20

Mother Nature sure gave us some snow

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Letter: Allowing broadband to slip from Rapp’s grasp would be ‘unconscionable and utterly irresponsible’

I am furious after reading Supervisor Ron Frazier’s piece in the Jan. 13 RappNews “Let’s Slow Down on Broadband and Consider Alternatives” What exactly has Mr. Frazier been doing for