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Ratcliffe: Sborz may be just what Virginia's ailing bullpen needs

The Daily Progress - Sports - jratcliffe@dailyprogress.com(Jerry Ratcliffe) - Thu, 28 May 2015 20:00:00 -0400

One of the blueprints to Virginia’s postseason baseball success over the past has been the stopper.

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Drivers get detailed look at new I-81 exit 150 in Botetourt County

WDBJ 7 Roanoke News - - Fri, 29 May 2015 01:25:08 GMT

Traffic congestion in Botetourt County is expected to ease up soon. The Virginia Department of Transportation has already started to move in equipment to begin construction on the improved exits 150 A and B. Both exits are known for traffic jams.

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Stabilizing starting rotation critical for U.Va. as it opens NCAA baseball tournament

Daily Press UVA Sports News - Norm Wood - Thu, 28 May 2015 22:51:00 GMT

Early last summer, Virginia coach Brian O’Connor had a chance to reflect on the season with Connor Jones, who just finished a freshman season that hadn’t quite ended the way he’d hoped.

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Va. waited 2 months to notify Ky. of sewage leak into river

TriCities.com - news - rsorrell@bristolnews.com(Robert Sorrell) - Thu, 28 May 2015 20:18:00 -0400

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky officials are upset that it took two months for anyone in Virginia to tell them about the millions of gallons of sewage pouring into the Levisa Fork of the Big Sandy Ri

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Hundreds of SAT tests taken by students at Va. high school goes missing

Fox 5 WTTG News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 19:45:00 EDT

We all know how important the SAT is when it comes to applying to college. But for nearly 300 Virginia students, they just found out the tests they took have gone missing.

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James River: Dominion steps up warning of blackouts on Skiffes Creek line need

Daily Press Business News - Dave Ress - Fri, 29 May 2015 00:27:00 GMT

Dominion Virginia Power is warning of 80 days of blackouts a year beginning in 2017 if it doesn't win Army Corps of Engineers approval for its controversial James River power line — new data that it aired Thursday as it sought support for the line from the Peninsula Airport Commission.

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Prosecutors: ex-Va. first lady's conviction should be upheld

Virginia NBC29 News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 20:25:00 EDT

Federal prosecutors say there is easily enough evidence to support former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell':s public corruption convictions.

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Report Indicates Current Wages Don't Match Up With VA Housing Costs

Charlottesville NBC29 Local News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 20:45:00 EDT

A new report indicates that a wage of at least $21.10 per hour is needed to afford rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Virginia.

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Hanover man dies in James City County wreck

Herald Progress Hanover News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 18:17:33 +0000

A four-vehicle accident in James City County May 26 claimed the life of a Hanover man, according to the Virginia State Police. Donald Lee Howard, 84, of Ashland, was driving westbound on Monticello Road at approximately 1:43 p.m. when his 2008 Chrysler 300 struck an unmarked Virginia State Police car stopping for a traffic light.

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Franklin, W.Va. Drive-In Closes After 60 Years

WHSV - News - Headlines - - Thu, 28 May 2015 23:02:16 GMT

The Warner Drive-In has been a staple in Franklin, West Virginia for over 60 years, but it's now closed. Community members are hoping that they can come up with a way to preserve it.

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Virginia campus sexual assault task force releases recommendations

Daily Press Breaking News - Travis Fain - Thu, 28 May 2015 23:29:10 GMT

RICHMOND – A new report from the governor's task force on college campus sexual assault recommends longer and more uniform storage for evidence, more cooperation between colleges and police, and more frequent notifications to students when an assault occurs on or near campus.

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Down to the finish: 10 make finals in National Spelling Bee

ABC 7 WJLA Education - The Associated Press, Rebecca Cooper - Thu, 28 May 2015 19:17:19 EST

OXON HILL, Md. (AP) - Dev Jaiswal's journey to the Scripps National Spelling Bee finals shows just how competitive spelling has become.

Dev, a 13-year-old from Louisville, Mississippi, made it to the national bee in 2012. In the two years after that, he finished second and third in the Mississippi state bee.

This year, he didn't just win his state. He's reached the pinnacle. Dev carried the highest score into the semifinal rounds and spelled both of his words correctly to become one of ten finalists with a chance to win $37,000 in cash and prizes.

Dev said he changed up his study routine this year, and he also got a lot of advice from veteran spellers. Even though this was his first time in the semifinals, he's well-known in the spelling community and has vocal crowd support.

":I'm so proud of Dev,": said Jacob Williamson, who finished seventh last year and is cheering on his fellow spellers from the audience.

To make the finals, Dev had to spell a word he didn't know - ":naranjilla,": an herb cultivated in northern South America for its edible bright orange fruits.

":It's very exciting, especially when you get a word you've never heard of before,": he said. ":It's always scary when that happens.":

Dev used his expanded knowledge of roots and language patterns - the word is derived from Spanish - to make his best guess. When he got it right, he jumped up and down and pumped his fists before returning to the microphone to yell ":Thank you!":

Cole Shafer-Ray, 14, of Norman, Oklahoma, also made a big leap this year, although his confident onstage demeanor suggests otherwise. He's the fastest speller among the 10 finalists, rarely bothering to ask for more than the definition of a word.

Cole made the national bee last year and in 2013, but he had never made the semifinals. This year, he was the second-highest scoring finalist, and he said spending more time studying vocabulary - which became part of the bee in 2013 - made the difference.

Cole punched his ticket to the finals by spelling ":hapalonychia,": which means abnormal softness of the fingernails or toenails. He knows the finals are likely to shake his confidence.

":You can never be sure that you're going to win because it's so whimsical,": Cole said. ":It's so random - who gets what word and who knows it. There's always going to be a word that you don't know somewhere in the finals.":

Dev and Cole will join three spellers who are more familiar to bee watchers. Thirteen-year-old Vanya Shivashankar of Olathe, Kansas, is in the bee for the fifth time and will make her second appearance in the finals. Her sister, Kavya, won in 2009. They could become the first champion siblings.

Gokul Venkatachalam, 14, of Chesterfield, Missouri, who finished third last year, will make another run at the title. Another returning finalist is 12-year-old Tejas Muthusamy of Glen Allen, Virginia.

Paul Keaton, 14, of Pikeville, Kentucky, who just missed out on last year's finals, made it this year. His older sister, Emily, competed five times but never made the finals.

To make the finals, spellers had to get two words right onstage Thursday morning and ace a spelling and vocabulary test they took Wednesday evening. For the first time this year, bee officials released the test scores before the semifinals, so spellers knew where they stood.

Sylvie Lamontagne and Snehaa Kumar entered the semifinals tied, one point below the cutoff. Coincidentally, they were sitting next to each other on stage. They whispered to each other about the words their competitors were getting and pretended to write them down on the placards with their names.

At one point, Sylvie hid her face behind her placard before nodding her head as a speller ahead of her got a word right.

Both said they were uncomfortable in the position of hoping someone ahead of them stumbled, but still, they were glad to know where they stood.

":Several people who I really expected to get their words right, missed their words,": said Sylvie, a 12-year-old from Lakewood, Colorado. ":I felt bad for them. I felt happy for myself.":

The younger brothers of the 2013 and 2014 champions both missed out on the finals, but both will have another opportunity next year. Spellers can compete through the eighth grade.

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ECSTASY AND AGONY

Katharine Wang, 13, of Morristown, New Jersey, had little chance of making the finals because of her test scores. Still, she poured her heart into her semifinal appearance.

Competing in the bee for the fourth and final time, Katharine approached the microphone and addressed pronouncer Jacques Bailly.

":Dr. Bailly, would you say we're old friends?": Wang said. ":You think you could do me a favor and give me a word I actually know?":

Bailly didn't comply. The word was ":periastron,": which means the point in the orbit of a celestial body where it's nearest to its primary star.

But when Bailly gave the language of origin - Greek - Katharine stepped back and opened her mouth wide.

":Does this come from the Greek root 'peri,' meaning 'near' or something like that?": she asked. She spelled it right and ran excitedly back to her seat.

Her second and final appearance at the microphone wasn't so sweet. She misspelled ":cinquecento,": the 16th-Century period in Italian literature and art.

Told the correct spelling - she missed by a single letter - Katharine said, ":Thought so.":



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Veterinarian, insect expert talk about tick season

WDBJ 7 Danville News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 23:10:13 GMT

Bees and mosquitoes may be the last of your worries this spring season. Southwest Virginia could see more ticks, depending on the number of deer and rodents.

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Census data finds Southern Virginia a large contributor to the 1.5 million men missing nationwide

WDBJ 7 Danville News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 22:58:31 GMT

A recent New York times study shows 1.5 million black men are missing nationwide.

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VA Panel Issues 21 Proposals to Combat Campus Sex Assaults

Charlottesville NBC29 Local News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 17:40:00 EDT

A task force created by Gov. Terry McAuliffe is poised to issue its recommendations to combat sexual assaults on Virginia's college campuses.

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Albemarle Co. Schools Team Up with Staunton Solar Company

Albemarle NBC29 Local News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 16:04:00 EDT

Albemarle County Public Schools has become the first school division in Virginia to enter into a solar power purchase agreement with a third-party provider.

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Trial Date Set for UVA Student Martese Johnson

Albemarle NBC29 Local News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 15:39:00 EDT

A trial date is now set for the University of Virginia student involved in a bloody arrest on the UVA Corner in March.

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Louisa County man killed in motorcycle crash Wednesday night

The Central Virginian News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 16:36:49 +0000

A motorcycle crash near Mineral claimed the life of a 27-year-old Louisa County man at about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday. According to the Virginia State Police,Gabriel Adam Zimicki-Bowditch was traveling south on Chalk Level Road on his 2006 Yamaha YZF-R1 motorcycle when he ran off the road and struck several fence posts. The victim apparently went

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Democratic candidates for House of Delegates 45th District weigh in on education problems, solutions

Alexandria Times - - Thu, 28 May 2015 17:00:49 +0000

By Chris Teale (File photo) The candidates in the Democratic primary for the 45th District in the Virginia House of Delegates have tremendous shoes to fill in the form of predecessor Rob Krupicka (D), most notably on one of his […:]

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September Trial Date Set for Martese Johnson

WHSV - News - Headlines - - Thu, 28 May 2015 16:04:18 GMT

A September trial date has been set for a University of Virginia student bloodied in an encounter with Charlottesville ABC agents earlier this year.

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Allergease has closed its doors in Danville

Martinsville Daily - - Thu, 28 May 2015 15:52:22 +0000

The Danville Register &: Bee is reporting that Allergease has closed its office on Bridge Street in the River District. The company moved its headquarters to Danville from Northern Virginia two years ago, promising to invest $7.5 million in capital improvements and to hire 150 workers to distribute the company’s allergy relief lozenges in exchange […:]

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Trial date set for U.Va. student in bloody arrest

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 11:57:00 EDT

A September trial date has been set for a University of Virginia student whose bloody arrest outside a bar sparked a public uproar.

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Fish without buying a license during first weekend in June

Daily Press Breaking News - Theresa Clift - Thu, 28 May 2015 15:46:00 GMT

Want to go fishing but don't have a license? That won't be a problem in Virginia during the first weekend in June.

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A closer look: Virginia Tech athletic department revenues hit $73 million in 2013-14

Roanoke Times - sports - Andy.Bitter@roanoke.com(Andy Bitter) - Thu, 28 May 2015 11:07:00 -0400

On Tuesday, the USA Today released its comprehensive look at the finances of all the public university athletic departments in the country. 

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Huge drop in West Virginia coal production forecast

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 11:25:00 EDT

West Virginia University researchers predict that state coal production will drop 39 percent compared with the industry':s last high point in 2008.

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Virginia toddler dies after accidentally shooting self

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 11:33:00 EDT

Police say a toddler has died from injuries suffered when he accidentally shot himself with a handgun.

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Buy Virginia booze, get a free hat

INSIDENOVA.COM - Manassas - - Thu, 28 May 2015 10:20:00 -0400

Virginia Tourism Corp. is partnering with Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, using the 46-year-old “Virginia is for Lovers” logo to promote the assortment of alcoholic products made in

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Senator Kaine tours the Salem Museum

OurValley.org - - Thu, 28 May 2015 13:29:34 +0000

By Kelsey Bartlett The Salem Museum had can add another page to its history book, as Senator Tim Kaine made a pit stop on Monday during the third day of his tour across Southwest Virginia. His trip began in Abingdon on Saturday night where he attended the Songwriters Festival, which was hosted by Richard Leigh, […:]

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Governor Promotes Hurricane Preparedness Week

Leesburg Today Online - - Thu, 28 May 2015 09:24:00 -0400

Hurricane season is about to get under way, and Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has declared this week, May 24-30, as Hurricane and Flooding Preparedness Week.

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Remembering Bill Foster, Virginia Tech's southern gentleman of a coach

Daily Press UVA Sports News - David Teel - Thu, 28 May 2015 10:10:00 GMT

Whit Babcock wasn’t the first Virginia Tech athletic director to hire a basketball coach who had accomplished what the Hokies never have: advance three rounds in the NCAA tournament.

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Governor McAuliffe to ceremonially sign landmark sexual assault bills

NBC12 News Richmond - - Thu, 28 May 2015 00:57:00 EDT

After Virginia lawmakers unanimously passed bills fighting sexual assaults on college campuses, Gov. Terry McAuliffe will ceremonially sign the legislation steps away from the Capitol Thursday, receiving new suggestions on how to protect students from sexual violence.

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Virginia police identify man shot by troopers after I-81 chase

TriCities.com - news - - Wed, 27 May 2015 23:15:00 -0400

ROANOKE, Va. — Virginia State Police have identified a man who was shot and wounded by troopers following a high-speed chase on Interstate 81.

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Former NIT-winning Virginia Tech men's basketball coach Bill Foster dies

Daily Press UVA Sports News - Norm Wood - Thu, 28 May 2015 02:33:00 GMT

Bill Foster, who during his seven seasons as Virginia Tech's men's basketball coach was the architect of some of the Hokies' most successful teams in the past 20 years, died Wednesday in Charlotte, N.C., after a long struggle with Parkinson's disease.

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Inmate reentry program in trouble in Danville

WDBJ 7 Danville News - - Thu, 28 May 2015 01:56:34 GMT

Virginia has cut funding for the Virginia Cares Danville-Pittsylvania County operations.

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All lanes back open after 4-vehicle crash on I-95

NBC12 News Richmond - - Wed, 27 May 2015 20:46:00 EDT

Virginia State Police say a crash involving a tractor-trailer and three cars forced the closure of two lanes of Interstate 95 North in Chesterfield Wednesday evening.

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F.C.’s Kimble, Simon Challenge LCI Funding Formula

Falls Church News-Press Online - - Wed, 27 May 2015 22:46:32 +0000

Although initiated with good intentions, Virginia’s “local composite index,” or LCI, that determines how much state revenue aid goes to the 134 school divisions around the commonwealth has become a political football, with influences in the state legislature skewing aid levels by leaving out local sources of income, such as […:]

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Pentagon inadvertently shipped live anthrax to labs in nine states

ABC 7 WJLA News - ABC News, Scott Thuman - Wed, 27 May 2015 16:47:46 EST

WASHINGTON (ABC News) -- The Pentagon confirmed today that samples of live anthrax were inadvertently shipped to private research laboratories in nine states that were supposed to have received dead anthrax samples.

There is no known risk to the general public and there have been no suspected or confirmed cases of anthrax infection as a result of the inadvertent shipment, officials said.

":The Department of Defense is collaborating with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in their investigation of the inadvertent transfer of samples containing live Bacillus anthracis, also known as anthrax, from a DoD lab in Dugway Utah, to labs in nine states,&rdquo: said Col. Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman.

":There is no known risk to the general public, and there are no suspected or confirmed cases of anthrax infection in potentially exposed lab workers,": he added. ":The DoD lab was working as part of a DoD effort to develop a field-based test to identify biological threats in the environment. Out of an abundance of caution, DoD has stopped the shipment of this material from its labs pending completion of the investigation. ":

Last week, the samples were shipped from the Dugway Proving Ground in Utah via a commercial shipper to eight companies with laboratories in nine states: California, Texas, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey and New York.

According to a Defense official, a laboratory in Maryland detected that their shipment contained live samples and contacted the CDC.

That triggered a response from the Defense Department and other agencies, including the FBI, to trace the shipments to ensure that they were properly secured.

The official said it is believed that all of the shipments have been secured.

The DOD routinely sends dead anthrax spores or inactivated spores to research facilities. The official said that military laboratories use commercial companies to ship samples of live anthrax to research facilities, but only with the proper bio-level safety protocols.

The samples all came from a batch of anthrax listed as AG-1. The Pentagon has confirmed that one of the shipments contained live samples of AG-1 and suspects that the others do as well.



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Students, Entrepreneurs Take Part in UVA Business-Building Program

Charlottesville NBC29 Local News - - Wed, 27 May 2015 17:27:00 EDT

Students with the University of Virginia and Charlottesville entrepreneurs are building new businesses from the ground up over the next 10 weeks.

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Bassett man dies in two-vehicle crash on Oak Level Road

Martinsville Daily - - Wed, 27 May 2015 21:00:20 +0000

SALEM, Va. – Virginia State Police Trooper R.L. Lawson is investigating a two-vehicle fatal crash that occurred on May 26, 2015. The crash occurred at 9:00 pm on Oak Level Road, south of Oak Crest Circle (Route 671). A 1994 Ford F150 pickup truck was traveling southbound on Oak Level Rd when it crossed the […:]

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Virginia Ranked at Bottom of Best Places to Raise Kids List

WHSV - News - Headlines - - Wed, 27 May 2015 21:27:37 GMT

A new study shows Virginia ranked at the bottom of the list for the best states to raise your kids.

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Virginia Education Secretary Receives Honorary Degree At W&L

The News Gazette - dwoodson@thenews-gazette.com (submitted) - Thu, 28 May 2015 00:11:49 +0000

Wednesday - Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton advised Washington and Lee University seniors at their baccalaureate service today to "live life optimistically, be on the lookout for opportunities, jump in vigorously and don't worry about who gets the credit."

Holton, the guest speaker and recipient of an honorary doctor of laws degree, said she learned those lessons from her parents, former Virginia Gov. Linwood Holton, a Washington and Lee alumnus, and Virginia "Jinks" Holton, a former W&:L trustee.

Holton said her father often awoke the family's children in the morning by shouting, "Opportunity time, kids!" She continued, "He chooses optimism. That's the secret of his success."

She said she learned from her father always to be on the lookout for opportunities and to seize them, no matter the circumstances of the day. She recalled the unexpected court decision seven months into her father's term that ordered Virginia to desegregate its public schools. Instead of following the lead of other Southern governors in leading massive resistance, Gov. Holton enforced desegregation and even sent his children to previously all-black Richmond public schools.

"Most importantly, what others may have seen as a stumbling block or a problem or at best a challenge to address in due time, a chance for a speech or two, my dad saw as an opportunity - an opportunity to live his values," she explained.

On the personal level, she described the opportunity she and her husband, U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, discovered by visiting "a small, black Catholic church in Richmond shortly after moving there. Not many white people, after all, get the chance to experience what it means to live in the minority within a community. Over 30 years ago, we joined that church, and now it's been our church home - we were married there, all our children were baptized there, we've heard a lifetime of great gospel music, we have fast friends from all walks of life."

Holton told the W&:L seniors to jump in vigorously like her mother, now 89, who in her early 80s was still swinging a hammer as a volunteer building Habitat for Humanity houses. And, she said, her mother never looks to take credit.

Holton said she could have adopted her father's wake-up call, also the title of his memoir, "Opportunity Time," to sum up her advice to the seniors. Instead, she paraphrased the lyrics of the popular song "I Hope You Dance," by Mark Daniel Sanders and Tia Sillers.

"Graduates, I hope you dance. Welcome to your dance," she concluded.

W&:L President Kenneth P. Ruscio presented Holton with the honorary degree for being an advocate for children and families, a champion of quality education for all of Virginia's citizens and an esteemed member of Washington and Lee's extended family. "Your commitment to justice and opportunity for every person serves as a model for us all," he said.

Washington and Lee’s graduation is Thursday at 10 a.m.

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F.C. Native Betty Boardway Dies at Age 83

Falls Church News-Press Online - - Wed, 27 May 2015 22:09:08 +0000

Betty Jean Boardway, 83, passed away on May 24, 2015 after a short illness. She was born and raised in Falls Church and was a longtime resident of Willow Grove. She is preceded in death by her mother, Bessie Virginia Shumate, her father, Alton Palmer Shumate and her brother Robert […:]

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9 in Va. died from traffic accidents over holiday weekend, none in SWVa.

TriCities.com - news - rsorrell@bristolnews.com(Robert Sorrell) - Wed, 27 May 2015 15:32:00 -0400

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia State Police say nine people died in the state from traffic accidents over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

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Celebrate Fairfax! Returns June 5-7

Fairfax Connection Entertainment - - Wed, 27 May 2015 15:33:56 -0400

Northern Virginia’s largest community-wide event, the 34th annual Celebrate Fairfax! Festival, is set to take place June 5, 6, and 7 on the grounds of the Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax. The Celebrate Fairfax! Festival features 25 acres of family programs, green living, thrilling carnival rides, nightly fireworks, and amazing concerts with more than 130 performances on eight stages.

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Challenger to Va. House Speaker Sues Members of Elections Board

Charlottesville NBC29 Local News - - Wed, 27 May 2015 13:49:00 EDT

The challenger to Virginia House Speaker William J. Howell is suing members of the Virginia State Board of Elections.

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Obituary for Misty A. Stokes

Winchester Daily Monitor - - Wed, 27 May 2015 18:33:37 +0000

Misty Autumn Stokes, 41, of Wardensville, West Virginia, died Monday, May 25, 2015 in Winchester, Virginia. Ms. Stokes was born September 18, 1973 in Winchester, Virginia, daughter of Ronald Stephen Stokes, Sr., and Judy Gray Stokes. She worked for Clarke County Public Schools in the cafeteria. Surviving with her mother and father of Berryville, VA […:]

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Challenger to Va. House speaker sues elections board

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Wed, 27 May 2015 13:33:00 EDT

The challenger to Virginia House Speaker William J. Howell is suing members of the Virginia State Board of Elections.

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Deadline nears for agricultural producers

SWVa Today - news - - Wed, 27 May 2015 13:00:00 -0400

USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) reminds Virginia agricultural producers that they must have their Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certification form, commonly called form AD-1026, on file with their local USDA Service Center by June 1 to be eligible for federal crop insurance.

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UVa women's basketball team to face Iowa in Big Ten/ACC Challenge

The Daily Progress - news - cvilledailyprogress@gmail.com(Daily Progress staff reports) - Wed, 27 May 2015 13:04:00 -0400

Virginia will host Iowa on Wednesday, Dec. 2 at John Paul Jones Arena as part of the 2015 Big Ten/ACC Women's Basketball Challenge. The game time will be announced at a later date.

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Stricter Day Care Requirements Arrive in Virginia

WHSV - News - Headlines - - Wed, 27 May 2015 16:34:58 GMT

After a deadly 2014, which saw nine children die at unregulated day care centers throughout the commonwealth, Governor Terry McAuliffe signed a bill on Tuesday increasing restrictions on who can watch your kids.

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