Virginia Market News Service reported the following weekly ag trends on Sept. 23:
Virginia Market News Service reported the following weekly ag trends on Sept. 16:
In Virginia, state graded feeder cattle mostly 1.00 to 4.00 lower. Feeder cattle at regular auction sales uneven, with steers ranging 2.00 to 5.00 lower and heifers 1.00 to 3.00 higher. Slaughter cows mostly steady to 5.00 lower. Wheat mostly .04 to .24 higher, new crop mostly .09 higher. Co…
The funding is to create a hub for research and advanced manufacturing of essential medicines and pharmaceutical ingredients.
That's an issue because it takes staff, often with special and continuing training, to run counseling and mental health services and to make sure sex offenders don’t reoffend.
The efforts, backed with a $8 million defense dept. grant, could develop new treatments for blast exposure and have implications for other conditions such as long COVID and Alzheimer's.
Virginia State Police: fatalities sharply declined from last year's 15 deaths during holiday travel.
Breakfast with the candidates June 11 at Pepper's Grill as national party calls out state Republicans for not having a front-runner to take on Spanberger in November.
Governor's office: as of Jan. 15, employment separation reports were reduced from 246,273 to 27,728; unpaid pending claims were reduced from 24,887 to 15,846.
Since forest fuels cure during the winter months, the danger of fire is higher in early spring than in summer when the forest and grasses are green with new growth.
All too often recently, I have heard a story of somebody’s family member or friend who was hospitalized and died with COVID-19. Many of these people were in their 50s or younger. Doubtless some left spouses and children behind. The one consistent line in each sad tale: They were unvaccinated.
If you’re not vaccinated, the more-contagious Delta virus is more likely to infect you, even if you’ve managed to avoid COVID thus far.
Congresswoman: “They deserve nothing less than the strong recognition they are owed for their valor”
Read through the obituaries published today in Culpeper Star-Exponent.
Come to Forgotten Felines of Culpeper's Meow Craft Show on Oct. 15 from 9-3 at Culpeper Presbyterian Church!
The troubles VCU faced mirror those of hospitals across the country, which have paid more for employees, medicines and supplies, while federal bailout money has dried up.
Linda Thomas believes the late veterans, both Black, deserves the nation's highest military decoration for their actions during World War II.
But a health director cautions that COVID levels could increase again this fall.
- "Visions of Progress: Portraits of Dignity, Style and Racial Uplift," featuring photos by Charlottesville photographer Rufus Holsinger, is now on view at the University of Virginia's Albert and Shirley Small Collections Library.
Craig Alexander “Alex” Smith, 47, was a special education paraprofessional last academic year at Culpeper County High School, accused of asking for nude photo of 16-year male student.
Roger Morton’s wife of 55 years, Culpeper author Virginia Beard Morton, was 20 years old when she first spotted him from her second-story dorm-room window standing in the rotunda below.
Sheriff Hash met with judges in the Oliver W. Hill Justice Center, the city’s courthouse, to discuss a new name for the jail: the Roanoke City Detention and Justice Center.
County Dept. of Economic Development reports record-breaking turnout at 16-site tour held Sept. 17 and 18 with beautiful weather.
Culpeper-area Region recipient of more than $500K in business development funding in last round of grants, including for Tech Talent Retention in this area.
The parcel is located near the Walmart and Lowe’s along U.S Route 29 in Greene County, next to the Domino’s Pizza.
Since opening in April near Vint Hill, female-owned Evermade Foods has made 4 million meals in USDA-and FDA-compliant commercial kitchen, packaging line and warehouse.