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Culpeper County School Board approves budget The Culpeper County School Board approved its Fiscal Year 2020 budget Monday evening at its regular meeting. The budget approval was preceded by a public hearing where four educators spoke for about 10 minutes total about various subjects they were concerned with in the school district. Michelle Coloney, a fifth-year art teacher at Farmington Elementary, asked the school board for more classroom space or an art trailer for her students. She explained that due to the amount of students at Farmington, there is no dedicated space for students to leave their art projects. That opens up opportunities for other students to either accidentally damage or vandalize the projects throughout the day. She said she shares storage space with the library and says that cuts into both programs. She suggested that they would be willing to help raise funds for additional space. Maggie Gannon, a third-grade teacher at Emerald Hill Elementary and a member of the Culpeper County Education Association executive board, talked about school safety and the fact that many teachers do not feel safe in their classrooms. While she cited a recent survey that said students feel safe, she said that teachers often are worried about the dangers of an active shooter situation. She suggested more training and said she would like the staff more involved with school safety possibly including a school safety roundtable. Michael McKenna, a teacher at Culpeper County High School and president of the CCEA, thanked the board for their work on the budget and the hard decisions they had to make. During the regular school board meeting, Rachel Brugato, of the Salem District, brought up the school board’s recent decision to offer fifth grade band as an after school activity and the decision to move 16 positions from 11-month to 10-month contracts. Following hearing from the public, the board approved by a 6-0 vote (Cedar Mountain school board member Betsy Smith was absent)

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Riley Reynolds (Editor's note: This is weekly series highlighting members of Culpeper's Youth Council. To join Culpeper Youth, go to to apply.) The President of Culpeper Youth, a high schooler, runs another nonprofit which is a facet of a national nonprofit, works within another, and works as an extension or liaison for a fourth. The Vice President of Culpeper Youth, a high schooler as well, runs a second countywide organization which is an extension of a national organization, works on a campaign, and works within the President’s second nonprofit. The Secretary of Culpeper Youth, another high schooler, is the Secretary for two other organizations. The Treasurer, a high schooler too, attends the Mount Vista Governor’s School. The Parliamentarian of Culpeper Youth, a high schooler, is running for a national office in a national organization and works within the President’s second nonprofit. The Head of the Outreach Committee, a high schooler as well, works within the Vice President’s countywide organization and the President’s second nonprofit. An Advisory Council Member leads a youth orchestra and will attend a statewide choir next month. They do this all while creating the Culpeper Youth Inc. Bylaws, planning Teen Talks, coordinating volunteers for various community events and building their networks. Each Youth Advisory Council Member and Presiding Officer over Culpeper Youth has built and continues to build their networks, networks that they bring to Culpeper Youth and enrich it with. In the first two years of the organization they have written the Incorporation’s Bylaws, gone through a complete Strategic Planning Course, had a change of Administrations, meaning a successful election and campaign season, given countless presentations on the organization, sat on community panels, have planned and carried out a Kick-Off Event, a Candidate’s Forum, and two Teen Talks Events as well as a recent Open Mic Night. They have done this while continually volunteering as an organization. They have done this while carrying out the responsibilities for their other organizations. They have done this while playing sports, taking many AP courses, sitting on school-sanctioned councils, heading school-sanctioned clubs and honor societies, while they all have jobs.


the $89,830,258 budget for Fiscal Year 2020. The board then approved the FY 2020 Capital Improvement Plan, which was greatly reduced from what was proposed. Originally the plan included six projects for the fiscal year, but due to the school district not receiving as much money back from the state on sales tax, the plan was reduced to just two projects - purchasing Farmington modulars and replacing the CCHS gym floor. While they received just $251,872 back from the state, Superintendent Tony Brads said that discussions with Culpeper County Administrator John Egertson led to the school board asking for $374,812 - with the remaining amount coming from the county. Jefferson District representative Michele North expressed concern about not funding the entire CIP. “My biggest concern is that projects sit on the sidelines, we have been making good headway,” she said. “So many things need addressed. I’m saddened the Farmington roof can’t be addressed. When these things get pushed back, other things get pushed back. I would encourage the county to use the funds they have to help us keep up with these needs.” The CIP was approved by a 6-0 vote as well.

Culpeper County investigates cost of opiod epidemic Culpeper County has begun an investigation to evaluate the financial burden of the opioid epidemic upon the County, its budget, and its departments. The purpose of the investigation is so that the Board of Supervisors may properly consider whether it will seek to prosecute any claims the County may have for opioid-related cost recovery involving violations of the Virginia Consumer Protection Act, public nuisance, fraud, unjust enrichment, negligence/gross negligence/ negligence per se, among other claims, against companies involved in the manufacture, marketing, sale and distribution of prescription opioid products and the harm created therefrom to Culpeper County. The investigation is being done at no cost to the County with the assistance of Kaufman and Canoles, P.C. and Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP.

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LOCAL NEWS Premier Auto and Accessories hosts ribbon cutting Saturday ByAmy Wagner Contributing writer No stranger to the ins and outs of a car, Ace Khoury has been working on cars since the age of thirteen. Growing up in Maryland, Khoury comes from a long line of car mechanics and his Uncle used to own six Shell stations in Prince George’s County. Now, living locally in Culpeper, Khoury recently opened his own auto shop, Premier Auto and Accessories, on Montanus Drive in December. For generations automobiles have always been in the Khoury blood. Khoury’s sister, Mary, originally opened Premier Auto and Accessories in 2013 on Business 229 but in 2018 when the lease ran out a decision was made to close. Khoury, with the assist of family and friends, moved all the inventory and equipment to storage with

the notion that Khoury was going to reopen in a bigger and better location. That plan came to fruition last December when Khoury opened Premier in a warehouse facility in the Industrial Park behind Target. Almost 3,000 feet larger than the previous location, Premier services all automobiles including Imports, domestics, diesels and classic cars. Khoury and his crew perform vehicle maintenance; after market performance parts; upgrades; detailing; tinting; custom audio and remote start; LED lighting and more. “We do the tedious little things that people want done to improve their automobile,” said Khoury. “We do a lot more than anyone else does under one roof. It’s all in one shop. Our customers don’t have to go shop to shop.” The new location provides a larger, more comfortable, waiting


Ace Khoury (left) and his wife Mary Khoury will host a ribbon cutting for Premier Auto and Accessories on Montanus Drive Saturday. room with WIFI; larger bays and more accessible restrooms. “We can service six cars at a time now,”

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Studio 115 and Legacy Barbershop a family affair when it comes to hair cuts By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Whatever Leon Williams can’t do with hair, his fiance Kay Williams can. The hair cutting couple work in seperate businesses but being just minutes away from each other helps boost both Kay’s Studio 115 and Leon’s Legacy Barbershop. Studio 115, located at 115 S. East Street, services families offering cuts, perms, relaxers, color, lash extensions, hair weaves, braids and more. Legacy Barbershop, located on East Davis St., offers the traditional razor shave, designs and “anything the customer wants,” Leon said. “As long as the customer is happy, we’re happy,” he said. Kay opened Studio 115 about a year ago at its current location, but has been cutting hair for some time in Orange and Culpeper. She took over for longtime stylist Louise Roberts and has inherited some of her clientele while building her own base. Kay started cutting hair right out of high school, but left to go into the medical field. It was when she met Leon that he convinced her She said she enjoys meeting people, socializing and the ever changing cosmetology business. “We give that different aspect in the beauty industry,” she said. “We do continuing education and we do hair shows so we’re always out there looking for new things. “It’s helping other

people and the fact of learning something new,. The beauty industry now, from when I graduated high school, has changed so much and it’s so diverse. You think you know everything and you never know everything.” She said one struggle they’ve faced is getting people to stop on a busy S. East Street. She’s working with fellow businesses in her building to help increase visibility and hopefully have folks slow down and stop in. “That’s why I put the big banner and sandwich board out,” Williams said. “A lot of people park on East Street to go up on Davis Street, I think we need to be included in a lot of that stuff.” Working alongside Shann Bowens, the two have a lot of fun in Studio 116. “I just like seeing the smiles on peoples faces and giving them hope and encouragement,” Bowens said. Kay said it’s a nice advantage to be able to share customers with Leon, and they often send folks back and forth to each other’s businesses. Leon has been a barber in Culpeper since 1996, originally at the building that now houses La Bee da Loca and is now right beside it. He operated the Main Street Barbershop for 15 years before moving back down to East Davis Street a few years ago. “It’s just something I always wanted to do, I felt there was a need to bring something extravagant back to Davis Street because this is ➤ See Hair, Page 7

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Congratulations to the Culpeper County High School Forensic Team as they competed on Feb. 23 and won the 3B Region Championship. This is the first year that CCHS sent 16 participants to compete in the regional event and to win it on the first attempt! Mano of the students were also producing and performing in the numerous shows of Mamma Mia! They will moved forward for the State Quarter Final competition at New Kent High School. Members of the team are: Placing First in Serious Duo Interpretation- Chad McKnight and Wyatt Brooks. Placing First in Prose. Interpretation - Riley Reyonlds. Placing Second in Humorous Dramatic Interpretation- Rebecca Batson. Placing Second in Humorous Duo. Interpretation- Riley Faye and Jeffery Nicol. Placing Third in Humorous Duo Interpretation- Cole Edwards and Tyler Bowyer. Placing Third in Poetry Interpretation- Olivia Searle. Placing Third in Dramatic Serious Interpretation- Adele Masson.

➤ Hair, from Page 6 where I started,” he said. Having a fiance that’s also in the business is a unique and fun experience, he said. “We can work together, I send people to her and she sends people to me,” Leon said. “It’s very helpful, we get a lot of business that way.” While there’s a lot of stylists and barber shops in Culpeper, there’s enough business to go around. He says he enjoys being on Davis Street and meeting the various folks passing

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HISTORY A tribute to lollygagging ZANN’S PLACE Zann Nelson

Note: I posted this story in 2015 and thought it would be fun to remind myself and you of the importance of lollygagging.

Every now and again, it is a boon to my psyche to simply reflect on interesting tidbits of my daily routine rather than contemplating the next great adventure. That is if you can call what I do daily a routine! I am not complaining, by any means, but sometimes it is nice to engage in the folly of lollygagging. Don’t you love that word, despite its more common use as a less than flattering description? If there is time, we can revisit what it is to lollygag. For now, let me tell you about a recent

excursion to New York City (NYC). Choosing the train as my preferred mode of travel, I knew there would lots of time for preparing for the mission in NYC as well as some welcomed lollygagging. I could read, nap, work, and eat; I had at least six hours with no appointments or responsibilities! Desiring a bottle of water to accompany my packed lunch I headed for the snack car. Not wishing to dine in the somewhat cramped quarters of my seat, I asked a nice looking lady if I might share the other side of her table with the promise to not disturb her. She graciously said, “Of course.” Mid way through my PB & J sandwich we began to talk and she informed me that she had been in Charlottesville, “I have been exploring my roots.” Uh, oh!!!! Yes, I know I am incorrigible, but what can I do? I had my laptop handy and

we spent the next several hours looking for her ancestors on the Internet. Just as we were nearing Penn Station in the city we found her grandfather’s death certificate. Certificates of record: death, birth and marriage can supply what is considered to be documentable proof of such important data as birthdate, place of birth, parents names (if a marriage certificate often there are names of both parties’ parents), date, cause and place of death, survivors and place of burial. In addition, there can be other facts that if present can serve as clues such as the names of the doctor, funeral home or undertaker. When the train rolled into the station, I was pretty sure I saw tears in her eyes; it was indeed an extraordinary moment! We traded email addresses and I wondered if our paths would cross again. It did not matter: what a train ride!

After a few days my NYC mission was finished and I hopped the south bound train heading home to Reva. Last week I received this note: “My family is very appreciative for what you did for me on our journey to New York on the Amtrak train. {With that certificate} I searched to 1799 and found the tombstone in Burlington, New Jersey of my great, great, great, grandfather and grandmother.” It just does not get any better than this! Until next week, be well and don’t forget to engage in a little lollygagging! Zann Nelson is a researcher specializing in historical investigations, public speaker and award -winning freelance writer and columnist. She can be reached through the Culpeper Times, at or www.


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R E A L E S TAT E Longtime Raven's Nest owner Hall sells iconic coffee shop ➤ Brittany Mabrey will take over Raven's Nest Coffee House May 1 By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer There comes a time that every raven says ‘nevermore.’ For Jessica Hall, that time was last Monday. It was announced on Facebook that the longtime Raven’s Nest Coffee House owner was selling her business to Brittany Mabry, co-owner of Grill 309. Mabry will be leaving Grill 309 and will begin operating Raven’s Nest May 1. Hall said it wasn’t a difficult decision to leave. “Brittany asked and I said yes,” Hall said with a laugh. The two have known each other

for years, when Mabrey first came to town and opened Grill 309 she was meeting with sales representatives at Raven’s Nest. That familiarity helped Hall make the decision. “I don’t want to say I’ve been wanting to sell it for a while, but at this point I want to spend more time with granddaughter and I want to get back to my artwork and travel,” Hall said. “(Having a business) is like having a dairy farm, you’re never off. Because I have a kiddo I didn’t let it grow in ways I know it needed to.” By passing the torch to Mabrey, Hall said she knows that the energy will be there to take Raven’s Nest in a new and exciting direction. “The freedom that is on the horizon by letting it go and the person coming to me I knew would carry it on and let it thrive,” Hall said. ➤ See Raven's, Page 11


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Sheriff defends office during hearing Culpeper County Sheriff Scott Jenkins defended his office and decisions he's made during a public hearing hosted by the Commission of Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. The public hearing was part of the national accreditation process for the CCSO. Jenkins hadn't planned to speak, but said he felt compelled to do so after three community members spoke out expressing concerns with how he has run the office. Culpeper resident Donna DeAngelus spoke out against the sheriff's agreement on the 287(g) program with ICE. She said the program instills fear in the Hispanic community in Culpeper and noted there are two lawsuits in court about the program. One of them, by the ACLU, contends local sheriffs can't enforce federal im-

migration laws. “I don’t know how a person responsible for the safety of the community can release people who are here illegally in our country and think we should not cooperate with ICE,” Jenkins countered. Local resident Ed Dunphy also alleged the sheriff has had his employees "infiltrate" local meetings - such as one against gun violence. Jenkins denied the claims and said he can't tell his deputies what to do on their off time. Another resident questioned Jenkins hiring of John Guandolo, who gave presentations in 2014 and 2016 on “understanding the Jihadi Threat to America.” Culpeper Town Police Chief Chris Jenkins and Virginia State Police Lt. Fred Rowe spoke in favor of the CCSO, praising their teamwork.

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said. She pointed down the street to the Frenchman’s Corner, when longtime owner Marc Ast turned the business over to new owner Ed Hanlin. “I think you’re seeing a changing of the guard on Davis Street and I don’t think that’s a bad thing,” she said. She’s owned Raven’s Nest for 13 years, originally opening it where Moving Meadows is now on East Davis Street. She’s seen the lower half of East Davis Street stabilize. “When I came in on lower East Davis Street, I was it,” Hall said. “Foti’s was there, the fly fishing place was there. If Cast Away came in now, they would rock. He floundered at the time because there was nothing to pull people down. What I hope for Culpeper is that we don’t become “anywhere” America. We are now nationally acclaimed for our Main Street, I’d like to see that continue.” For Mabrey, she hopes to continue the legacy and add to the vibrant female-owned community on Davis Street. Raven’s Nest for 13 years “To me, what’s great about this street is that there are so many strong independent women on this block,” Mabrey said. She hopes to continue the community-minded feel that Hall has fostered - one that Culpeper has come to love, like Hall’s morning videos from the Raven’s Nest. “The one thing wonderful about the coffee house is you’re here at 5 in the morning and that’s why I started doing those good morning posts,” Hall said. “That ability to see it all the time. You’re able to stay more in touch with the flow of being downtown.” It’s a feeling that Mabrey is looking forward to embracing.

Mabrey has admired Raven’s Nest since her family moved to Culpeper while she was in college in Florida. “The two places that stood out to me were Beer Hound Brewery and Raven’s Nest,” she said. “I started coming in a lot and got to know Jessica. I was looking to branch out and do something different. Being able to buy the building as well was a plus.” Mabrey plans minor changes to start - the upstairs will no longer be available for small events - but says she hopes to keep the heart and soul of the business alive. On a recent weekday afternoon, she was receiving baking lessons from Hall for some of the coffee shop’s delicious pastries. “The foundation here is so solid,” Mabrey said. “I see potential for some new growth and new avenues that it can go.” She plans to apply for a Virginia ABC license - in hopes of offering beer, wine and a Sunday Bloody Mary bar. “She already has amazing drinks in here, but just adding to that and making it a little more full circle,” Mabrey said. The two have been working together for the past week, sharing recipes, learning the espresso machine and talking with regulars about the change. “I feel like the world is lifted off my shoulders,” Hall said. “The transition piece is super important,” Mabrey said. “I wouldn’t feel comfortable with her walking out the back door while I walk in the front. There’s going to be a transition time. It’s reassuring to get to meet the regulars through her and get to see how she does things.” The regulars - while not liking change - have been supportive Hall

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PROPERTY TRANSFERS These property transfers for February 2019 were provided by the Culpeper County Assessor’s Office. Appreciation is extended to W. Jason Kilby and his staff. February Top Dollar Deal: Catalpa District $950,000 The printing of this list is made possible by ReMax Crossroads of Culpeper. Total: 73

Catalpa District 2/4: Space, John F and Wife to Mantz, Bradley R; 10.00 acres located at 14285 Ashlyn LN, $415,000 2/7: Angler Broadlands LLC to Lifepoint Church; 17.14 acres located at 15064 Success DR, $950,000 2/11: Vance, Emily Egan to Khan, Agha J and Wife; 3.52 acres located at 12242 Lindann LN, $270,000 2/21: Anderson, Darien K and Wife to Daggett, Cheyne B and Wife; 6.78 acres located at 14353 Deertrack TRL, $380,000 2/22: Eiserman, Bethanne to Gregory, Daniel Lynn and Wife; 1.12 acres located at 3483 Indian Run RD, $325,000 2/22: Gold, Andrew S and Wife to Henley, Patricia J; 10.52 acres located at 7032 Snappers TRL, $475,000 2/28: Hayes, Brownie W and Other to Mueller, Noel Yves and Wife; 30.63 acres located at 4162 Waterford RD, $380,000 Catalpa Town District 2/7: Quellette, Emilien J JR to Pollard, Katherine H; .25 acres located at 1122 Farley ST, $179,000 2/11: Bennett Homebuilders LLC to Helwig, Alan S and Wife; multiple parcels located near N East ST EXT, $174,000 Cedar MTN District 2/8: Arnold, Brian to Jenkins, Marvin; 10.10 acres located at 9220 White Shop RD, $185,000 2/12: Deep Country LLC to Country View Homes LLC; 3.54 acres located at 20522 Old Mill RD, $52,500 2/15: M R J Partnership to Edmondson, David R and Wife; 1.00 acre located at 9415 General Winder RD, $229,900 2/15: Jenkins, Marvin N to Jefferson Homebuilders INC; multiple parcels located near S Merrimac RD, $290,000 2/15: Weld, Edward Joseph JR to Cox, James A and Wife; 2.06 acres located at 10425 White Shop RD, $309,000 Cedar MTN Town District 2/28: SAB Investments LLC to Johnson, Richard Stanley and Wife; .12 acres located at 113 King Edward CT, $325,500 East Fairfax District 2/11: Church Street LLC to Let’s Go and Stay LLC; .16 acres located 122 E Stevens ST, $140,000 2/11: Kirkley, John T & Jannie B to Delafe, Catherine and Husband; 1204 High ST, $82,000 2/12: K & M Properties to NVR INC; multiple parcels located near Walnut Branch DR, $225,000 2/14: Foster Land Holdings LLC to Drebes, Sara Elaine; .10 acres located at 310 S East ST, $335,000 2/14: NVR INC to Waters, Orlando T; .32 acres located at 2320 Tulip Poplar DR, $300,000 2/15: Rosson, Larry Eugene and Wife to Abed, Muhammad Hakam; .45 acres located at 1818 Broad ST, $106,100 2/15: NVR INC to Sonifrank, Edward Lee and Other; .23 acres located at 2405 Butternut LN, $270,570 2/15: Boren, Timothy T and Dyer, Margaret W to Dodson, Blake Nathaniel and Other; Townhouse located at 617 Meadowbrook DR, $172,000 2/19: NVR INC to Hicks, Christina Alyse and Other; .26 acres located a 2312 Butternut LN, $282,990 2/19: Roundpoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation to D & B Reality Investments LLC; .20 acres located at 1644 Harrier LN, $175,000 2/21: K & M Properties LC to NVR INC; .35 acres located at 2315 Tulip Poplar DR, $75,000 2/21: NVR INC to Womack, Jobe Joseph; .33 acres located at 2311 Butternut LN, $271,335 2/22: Ridgeline Realty LLC to Haines, Christopher Michael and Wife; .21 acres located at 823 E Piedmont ST, $325,000 2/22: Clore, Valerie Suzanne to Eastern Estates LLC; Townhouse located at 379 Lafayette DR, $75,000 2/22: Richmond American Homes of Virginia to McKillop, Benjiman Ronald and Wife; .30 acres located at 716 Electric AVE, $341,909 2/26: NVR INC to Garcia Hernandez, Jose and Other; .40 acres located at 2316 Tulip Poplar DR, $312,455 2/26: Richmond American Homes of Virginia to Grant, Susie; .30 acres located at 721 Electric AVE, $333,264 Jefferson District 2/1: Mada LC to Brown, Anthony and Other; 1.50 acres located at 2015 Riley RD, $399,900 2/5: Simpson, Rodney and Wife to Morris, Michael L and Other; 5.00 acres located at 7237 Dreamland RD, $485,000 2/5: Thurman, Maureen M to Brown, Christopher A and Wife; 3.61 acres located at 16267 Covey CIR, $419,900 2/7: Oderda Family LLC to James, Roy JR; 6.32 acres located near Ryland Chapel RD,

$34,755 2/7: James Roy JR to Saadee, Bashar; 11.31 acres located at 7131 Rolling Acres, $204,755 2/13: GMC Enterprises of Virginia LLC to Owens, James R; 1.00 acre located at 6345 Myers Mill RD, $259,000 2/15: Cederborg, Jeffrey to Richardson, Lonnie Jay and Wife; 1.69 acres located at 1385 Freeman DR, $470,000 2/19: Dutilly, Paul G and Wife to Pecsi, Amanda Marie and Husband; 1.26 acres located at 3534 Southampton DR, $405,000 2/19: Miles, Stephen Joel and Wife to Gallon, George and Wife; 1.07 acres located at 2292 Welton Pond CT, $430,000 2/21: Butterworth, Tyler D to Wright, Glenford J; 5.03 acres located at 1386 Jason LN, $319,000 Salem District 2/1: Jefferson Homebuilders INC to Guevara, Julo Cesar Alvarado and Wife; 10.76 acres located at 8541 Timothy LN, $416,030 2/8: Clarity Homes LLC to Villavicencio, Dionicio and Wife; 3.95 acres located near Sperryville Pike, $55,500 2/12: Dunlap, Thomas H to Maines, Kimberly A; multiple parcels located near Old Stillhouse RD, $445,000 2/15: DeJarnette, Maghan Kimec and Husband to Duvall, Brian K and Other; 4.26 acres located at 3190 Margaritaville LN, $225,000 2/19: Foundation Homes INC to Morgan, Eddie Clinton; 10.12 acres located at 10089 Churchside LN, $400,000 2/19: Deutsche Bank National Trust to Byler, Harold and Other; 10.95 acres located at 12505 Hunt RD, $137,500 2/21: Bower, Vernie J and Others to Hall, Stephen D JR; 5.96 acres located at 9017 Old Turnpike RD, $249,000 2/25: Gillison, R H to Jenkins, Woodrow Raymond and Wife; 8.71 acres located near Oakland RD, $51,000 2/26: Clatterbuck, Anthony M and Wife to Johnson, Stuart B; 3.38 acres located near Mountain Run Lake RD, $75,000 2/28: Heddings, Mary S to Sutherland Justin R and Wife; 2.33 acres located at 10089 Manchester DR, $339,900 2/28: Chapman, Roger K to Schmoker, Daniel Allen and Other; 5.00 acres located at 3393 Cabin RD, $198,000. 2/28: Federal National Mortgage Assoc to Regala, Roland and Wife; .91 acres located at 7257 Oak DR, $175,900 Stevensburg District 2/4: NVR INC to Morris, Lisa and Other; .46 acres located at 14623 Manorwood DR, $406,509 2/7: Stickbow LLC to NVR INC; multiple parcels located near Manorwood DR, $160,000 2/8: Aasen, Gavin to Nacif, Daniel E; 45.07 acres located near Zachary Taylor HWY, $95,000 2/11: Coffey, Carroll and Wife to Davis, Tina D; 1.54 acres located at 29197 Richards Ferry RD, $150,000 2/11: Ryan, Robert II and Wife to Hogue, Gerard and Other; .64 acres located at 14105 Cherrywood PL, $375,000 2/15: Lillard, George Robert and Other to Ducan, Richard J and Wife; 1.37 acres located at 22185 Curtis Mill LN, $145,000 2/19: Angler Broadlands LLC to Blue Ridge Property Management Group LLC; 31.80 acres located near Chestnut Fork RD, $310,000 2/19: Stickbow LLC to NVR INC; .46 acres located at 14617 Manorwood DR, $80,000 2/22: Houck, Mark A to Neff, Joseph M; 10.00 acres located near Raccoon Ford RD, $50,000 2/26: Culpeper Butterfly Partners LLC to American Battlefield Trust; multiple parcels located near Remington RD, $1,800,000 2/26: Caliber Homebuilder INC to Guthrie, Nathaniel E and Wife; 3.17 acres located at 16189 Jonas RD, $411,550 West Fairfax District 2/4: NVR INC to Hall, Karen M and Others; .17 acres located at 667 Holly Crest DR, $279,990 2/4: Lowenbach, Maurice R III to Lafrance, Jeremiah E; .25 acres located at 859 Woodcrest Loop, $325,000 2/8: Banks, Carolyn and Other to Baldwin, Kavita; Townhouse located at 816 Gallows CT, $195,500 2/14: Deal, Jason Lewis and Wife to Alsharif, Morad A; .14 acres located at 909 Lakewood DR, $295,000 2/21: Berneski, William A and Wife to Borman, Phillip and Wife; .26 acres located at 478 Blossom Tree RD, $318,000 2/21: Metropolitan Life Insurance Company to Arnold, Brian and Wife; .16 acres located at 645 Hunters RD, $304,900 2/26: Richmond American Homes of Virginia to Waters, Barbara Kay; .23 acres located at 172 Vaughn CT, $330,070 2/28: Thornhill, Patrick M to Cardenas, Jenny Marisol; Townhouse located at 827 Fairview Village CT, $182,000


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Heidenberg Properties Group announces new lease at Potomac Marketplace Heidenberg Properties Group and Strategic Real Estate Partners, owners of the Potomac Marketplace in Ranson, West Virginia, have executed a lease with the TJX Companies to bring Marshalls to the Potomac Marketplace. On Monday February 4, 2019, the Ranson Planning Commission approved the addition of the Marshalls, which will be 22,000 square feet once constructed. In order to create the new junior anchor space, the shopping center will be expanded between Kohl’s and Petco, with the expansion created behind the existing strip of inline stores. Construction is anticipated to begin this spring and Marshalls is expected to open in the fall of 2019. Once constructed, the shopping center will expand from 370,000 to approximately 383,000 square feet. According to Mayor Duke Pierson, “The City of Ranson is excited to welcome the new Marshalls store. We also appreciate Heidenberg Properties continued investment in Potomac Marketplace and its effort to recruit Marshalls. We are pleased about this expansion of retail service offerings for our community along with our continued growth and look forward to more opportunities.” The TJX Companies, Inc. (NYSE:TJX), the leading off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions in the U.S. and worldwide, is ranked 85th among Fortune 500 companies. Headquartered in Framingham, MA, TJX has over 3,000 stores and over 1,000 Marshalls locations nationwide. Since acquiring The Potomac Marketplace in June 2017, ownership has improved the tenant mix

by relocating, expanding and adding new tenants. AT&T has relocated from an inline space to an outlot, Ellsworth Music has expanded from 3,200 to 5,200 square feet, and Pivot Physical Therapy and Long & Foster Real Estate have opened 2,400 and 2,000 square foot spaces, respectively. Additional spaces ranging from 1,000 to 6,500 square feet are currently being marketed by the Trout Daniel Group. The Potomac Marketplace features an existing 122,000 square foot Home Depot, an 88,000 square foot Kohl’s, and a 61,000 square foot Weis Markets, as well as casual dining options such as Glory Days Grill and Panera Bread. The Ranson-Charles Town market is poised for growth, as evidenced by Martin Homes’ 1,100unit Presidential Point scheduled to break ground later this year. Moreover, the shopping center is located within an Opportunity Zone and can support up to 50,000 square feet of future development, including other complimentary uses such as medical or hospitality. The Potomac Marketplace is prominently located along Route 9 (17,600 VPD) with 2,250 feet of frontage and is the dominant retail presence in the trade area. Heidenberg Properties is a full-service real estate development company focused on the acquisition and development of open-air shopping centers, net leased properties, and secured note purchases in the Eastern United States. The group is actively seeking new acquisitions and development opportunities. To learn more, visit www.heidenbergproperties. com.

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H E A LT H T-Scores and Your Health Members of the Culpeper community are just as susceptible to osteopenia and osteoporosis as anyone else, but until recently, had no local access to a dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) machine for bone mineral density screenings. DXA machines aren’t new technology, but they provide a lot of value to medical providers who want to evaluate their patients’ risk of bone fractures. One of these providers is Pranav D. Patel, MD, chief of the department of medicine at Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center and a hematology-oncology provider at UVA Section of Community Oncology. As an oncologist, Dr. Patel works with patients whose cancer treatments may require medications which can weaken bones or cause loss of bone mineral density. Access to DXA screening technology at Culpeper Medical Center allows him to measure his patients’ bone density in-house. “One of the most effective treatments for breast cancer, for example, involves aromatase inhibitors, but an unfortunate

side effect can be loss of bone mineral density,” says Dr. Patel. “When we start patients on a treatment plan, we take a baseline bone density measurement, then follow up after two years and adjust the plan as needed.” But why is measuring bone mineral density so important? What is bone mineral density? Bone mineral density is a measurement of how thin a person’s bones are and their risk of fracturing. Physicians’ recommendations depend on age, body composition, health history and certain lifestyle factors, but there isn’t necessarily a specific age range or demographic that should be screened. However, post-menopausal women, tall and thin women, people with chronic kidney or parathyroid conditions, patients on long-term medication plans and smokers are the populations most prone to osteopenia (thin bones) or osteoporosis (brittle bones), putting them at higher risk of fracture or traumatic fracture.

Density is reported in T-scores, which show how a patient’s bone density compares to that of an average, healthy adult. As the mean, the bone density of an average, healthy adult has a T-score of zero. The risk of bone fracture increases with every standard deviation below zero. A T-score of -1.0 or higher is considered normal, -1.0 to -2.5 indicates low bone density or osteopenia, and below -2.5 serves as a diagnosis of osteoporosis. DXA Screenings A DXA machine uses a low-dose X-ray to determine the thickness and density of a bone. A traditional X-ray machine is able to look at bones but does not offer standardization like the DXA machine does. DXAs standardize a patients’ bone health to their demographics’ averages and determine a T-score to quantify the amount of bone density lost between screenings. For the populations listed above, it is a valuable resource for measuring changes to bone density over time. However, DXA machines can also be valuable tools for determining the cause

of a traumatic fracture in otherwise healthy populations. “If a patient has had a wrist fracture from a fall, physicians can use bone density assessments to determine whether osteoporosis or osteopenia could have contributed to the fracture, rather than just the trauma of the fall itself,” says Dr. Patel. Treatment Options for Osteopenia and Osteoporosis If a DXA screening results in a T-score within osteopenia or osteoporosis range, the good news is that these conditions alone don’t cause pain or discomfort. However, they do put patients at higher risk for fractures, which come with pain and long recoveries. For either diagnosis, Dr. Patel recommends calcium and vitamin D supplements along with incorporating weight-bearing exercises to help strengthen the bones. Osteoporosis may also require a prescription medication. For more information about DXA and imaging services at Novant Health UVA Health Center Culpeper Medical Center, visit culpeper/.

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WINDMORE • Windmore Foundation for the Arts is offering two scholarships for graduating students who will be majoring in college in the Fine Arts. This includes visual art, music, literary arts, theater, and dance. The scholarships are given in honor of Dorothy Skelton and Millie Lane. Applications have been sent to all of the high schools and home schooling groups in Culpeper, Fauquier, Orange, Madison, and Rapphannock. Visit our webpage at windmorefoundation. org for more information or a copy of the application. Call 540-547-4333 with

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LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Culpeper’s Kate Hohman at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-764-4229. No cover. FILM • “Smoke Signals” (Miramax, 1998) Native American directors are a rarity in Hollywood. After the early silent film pioneers James Young Deer and Edwin Carewe, the portrayal of Native

Americans in cinema turned dark and stereotypical. These social trends started changing with motion pictures like the groundbreaking "Smoke Signals," generally considered to be the first feature film written, directed and produced by Native Americans. Director Chris Eyre uses the relaxed roadmovie concept to create a funny and unpretentious look at Native Americans in the nation's cinema and culture. The mostly Native American cast features Adam Beach and Evan Adams as the two road warriors who find themselves on a hilarious adventure. Beneath the highly entertaining façade, the film acquainted nonNative American audiences with real insights into the indigenous Americans' culture. Sherman Alexie penned the witty, droll script based his book "The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven." This Miramax release was a hit on the independent film circuit and won numerous awards, including a Sundance award.. Rated PG-13. 35mm archival film print. 89 min. Free, at the

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FILM • “Best of the Kennedy Center Honors”(1978-2014) Renowned producer, director and writer George Stevens, Jr. will introduce a video compilation of memorable moments and performances curated from four decades of the Kennedy Center Honors broadcasts. The Kennedy Center Honors have been given annually since 1978 to performing artists for their lifetime contributions to American culture in the fields of music, dance, theater, opera, motion pictures or television. Created by George Stevens Jr. and the late Nick Vanoff, the honorees are celebrated in a star-studded gala at the Kennedy Center Opera House that is broadcast on CBS during the week between Christmas and New Year's. In 2017 he donated master elements for each broadcast to the Library of Congress and worked with the Library of Congress Video Preservation Lab to assemble this compilation of musical performances and presentations. Approximately 120 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA.

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What’s Happening LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to David Gilmore at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-7644229. No cover.


LIBRARY• “Teepa's GEMS"- Using Skills that Make a Difference. Diana Bright, a certified dementia practitioner and graduate of Teepa Snow’s PAC training will present a workshop on Saturday, March 16 from 10 - 11:30 at the Culpeper County Library in the Meeting Room. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided. The workshop provides an overview of the dementia states using Teepa's GEMS model. The GEMS model will help as a guide toward understanding an individual’s current state of ability and brain function. Understanding the stages will lead to an adjustment of your expectations as a caregiver, modification of cues, support, and more accurate communication and hands-on care behaviors to better meet ever-changing needs.

SHAMROCK SHUFFLE• The Blue Ridge Chorale presents the 2nd annual Shamrock Shuffle at Verdun Adventure Bound at 9 a.m. Walkers, joggers and runners of all ages and paces are welcome! Prizes for costume contest and medals for all finishers! Register online at www., $35 through March 15, $40 day of event. Registration and checkin table opens at 8 a.m. day of event. For more information, call 540-845-1716. LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to David Gilmore at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-7644229. No cover. CHURCH • Saturday Night Live

Worship Service, 6-7:30 p.m. at Antioch Baptist Church. Our guest pastor will be Pastor Dr. Darnell White and the Bethlehem Baptist Church, Alexandria, VA

LEGO DERBY • Stevensbburg

Baptist Church is hosting a Lego Derby from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Race registration is only $10, available from the church website or facebook page, and includes lunch. Additional lunches are also available. We are limiting registration to 75 racers.

FILM • “Gigi”(MGM, 1958)

Produced by Arthur Freed and directed by Vincente Minnelli, "Gigi" is a lush Technicolor musical from MGM that tells the story of a friendship between a playboy (Louis Jourdan) and a young girl

(Leslie Caron) that turns to love. "Gigi" is based on a 1944 novella by Colette and received a treatment on Broadway in 1951, but it was Arthur Freed who envisioned the story as a film musical and ultimately fought to get it made. French actress and dancer Leslie Caron was cast in the title role, with Maurice Chevalier as Honoré Lachaille, a role that was expanded in the film version and helped revitalize Chevalier's career. "Gigi" won numerous industry awards, including a total of nine Oscars, a record at the time, and is often considered to be one of MGM's best musicals. It was added to the National Film Registry in 1991. 35mm archival film print. 115 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.

MARCH 17 CHURCH • St. Stephen’s

Episcopal Church - Join us in Worship. We offer three Holy Communion Services each week: Sunday at 8 a.m. or 10:30 a.m., Childcare from 9 a.m.– 12 p.m. Wednesday Centering Prayer at 11 a.m. followed by Healing and Holy Communion at 12 p.m. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church: Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street | 540825-8786 | |

CHURCH • Shiloh Baptist

Church will be having their annual cemetery with Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., morning worship service at 11 a.m. with Rev. Eugene Triplett, associate pastor of the Rising Zion Baptist Church, Winston, Culpeper. Dinner will served from 1 p.m. to 2:45. For the 3 p.m. service, Candice Hurley and praise dancers from Northern Virginia. This program will benefit the maintenance and upkeep of our cemetery. The public in invited. For more information, call 540-987-8515.

BINGO • Mid-Day Lions Sunday

Night Bingo. Help support local groups with a fun night of games. Held at Pepper’s Grill located at 791 Madison Road in Culpeper (by Best Western). Doors open at 5 p.m. Games begin at 6:30 p.m. Three progressives each night, $1,000 jackpot.

CHURCH • Join Mountain

View Community Church this for Sunday, March 17: "Some Assembly Required: Build the Interior First" Worship Service with children’s ministry. Live Stream available at 10 a.m. via our website Children's

programs available for birth - 5th grade. We are located at 16088 Rogers Road, behind Brusters Icecream. Small groups also meet throughout the week. 540727-0297.


Regional Bland Scholarship Competition will be held on Sunday, March 17th at 2 p.m. at the Culpeper Baptist Church. This competition will feature the 3 vocal and 3 instrumental winners from the Culpeper, Manassas and Rappahannock local contests. The winners of this competition will be competing in the District 24-L contest on April 28. 2019 at 2 p.m. at the Lyceum in Alexandria. The last stage of the completion will be the state contest held on May 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Delta Marriott hotel in Chesapeake, VA during the MD24 Lions Convention. This contest is names for James Bland an African American musician and composer. The contest has been held yearly since 1948 to assist and promote cultural and educational opportunities for musically talented youth of Virginia. Join us to hear these very talented youth.


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The Culpeper-Orange-Madison chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, March 20, at 7 p.m. at the Culpeper County Library. The meeting will include a presentation on the organization's new and updated Be Smart program, aimed at reducing accidental shootings and firearm suicides by emphasizing the importance of responsible gun storage. Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America is a nonWINDMORE• Lucy Russo will be partisan, grassroots organization that facilitating a monthly meeting of supports 2nd Amendment rights. writers who want to learn about The organization has chapters in all new publishing information. The 50 states, including 20 local groups group will also share helpful information throughout Virginia. The Culpeperabout resources or social media sites, Orange-Madison group welcomes new offer editing tips, list resources to check members, including responsible gun owners. For more information, write out and places to post their works. to or visit All meetings are in the conference room at the Culpeper County Library. The evening meetings are the second Monday of every month from 5 to 7 p.m. and the morning meetings are on the second Tuesday of every month from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. All are welcome to attend. NAACP • The NAACP Culpeper For more information call 540-547-4333 Branch #7058, which also serves or visit Madison and Rappahannock counties, will host its monthly meeting on Thursday, March 21, from 7 to 8:30 pm at the Culpeper County Library. All are welcome to POLLINATOR attend. More information on the PRESENTATION• Learn who Culpeper Branch of the NAACP can our pollinators are and how they be found at bring value and well-being to our society. Join the Old Rag chapter of PARKS AND REC • Culpeper the Virginia Master Naturalist in a County Parks & Recreation is presentation and panel discussion now accepting registrations for Tuesday March 19th from 6:30pm Spring Activities, Summer Camps, – 8pm at the VFW Post 2524, 1375 Swimming Lesson & 1 day Bus Sperryville Pike (route 522) in Trips! For more information please Culpeper. Adults and students are look for your copy of The Culpeper welcome. Bring your questions and Quarterly mailed to all Culpeper Town have them answered by panel experts. / County residents, call 540-727-3412 or Contact Barry Buschow at 540-738visit 2853 or for more





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What’s Happening FILM • “It’s Always Fair Weather” (MGM, 1955) Producer Arthur Freed’s third pairing (along with “Singin' in the Rain,”1952, and “On the Town,” 1949) with director Stanley Donen, co-director and star Gene Kelly and the writing team of Betty Comden and Adolph Green, “It's Always Fair Weather” follows three WWII soldiers after they are discharged over a ten year span when they reunite and compare notes. Clever use of montage and split screen techniques follows the men on their individual courses as the years go by. The film features a host of memorable musical numbers, including stars Gene Kelly, Dan Dailey and Michael Kidd hoofing with garbage can lids on one foot; Kelly gliding over the city streets on roller skates in a love-drunk stupor; Dolores Gray decimating a male chorus line via trap doors and exploding stage props; and Cyd Charisse in a sexy dance. Critically acclaimed, but not a hit at the time, “It's Always Fair Weather's spoof of television and the advertising business, ebullient musical numbers, melancholy observations about the transitory nature of friendships and some fiendishly inventive performances, make the film a continual favorite with contemporary audiences. 35mm archival print. 101 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.


CHURCH • Reformation Lutheran

Church's, Prayer & Healing Service is the 4th Saturday of every month. This month's service is March 23. The 6 p.m. Praise and Worship service features special prayers for healing of mind, body and spirit, with laying-onof-hands and anointing with oil. Prayer Teams are available for those seeking the special touch of Jesus. Come and see how Jesus can change lives and bring healing and wholeness. All Visitors are welcome!


Entrepreneurs: What does it take to be your own Boss? Hear what these women bosses have to say about owning their own business! This interactive session will be lead by successful women bosses who will give their own success stories and provide you with special insight on owning your own business! Panelists: Charlotte Brady, "Charlotte's" Fashion boutique, Culpeper; Tisha Johnson, Orleans Bistro, Fredericksburg; Felecia Manns, Happiness Dance Studio, Richmond;

The Barclay Brass Ensemble will perform at Culpeper Baptist Church March 24.

Sandra Reaves-Yates, NStyle Fashion Gallery, Culpeper; Marie Washington, Attorney, Law office, Warrenton; Cheri Woodard, Cheri Woodard Realty, Sperryville This program is free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library and Women in Ministries. Join us Saturday, March 23 from 10 - 11:30. Coffee and light snack served.

WELLNESS • Join instructor Annette Hyde for an Energy Medicine Yoga class that will encourage tuning in to the energy of the spring season and focusing on renewal. 12:30 – 2:00 pm, free & open to the public. Powell Wellness Center, 1005 Golf Drive, Culpeper. For more information, please visit or contact PWC fitness manager Patrice Barklund, 540-445-5395 or pbarklund@


CONCERT• The Barclay Brass

ensemble will perform in the sanctuary of Culpeper Baptist Church, 318 S. West Street, Culpeper, at 4 p.m. Barclay Brass is a premier ensemble comprised of some of Washington DC’s top brass musicians. They have performed with leading military bands, major symphonies

and are in demand as freelancers all over the country. From the Pope to the President, members of the Barclay Brass have performed for some of the highest profile officials and ceremonies. These musicians created the Barclay Brass for the opportunity to perform a wide variety of classical music arranged specifically for brass instruments. For almost a decade, they have performed diverse genres of music – from patriotic and classical to ceremonial and seasonal – for audiences of all ages. In 2017, Barclay Brass was part of “The Force at 40,” the 40th anniversary celebration of the release of Star Wars, which was held at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum. Barclay Brass is featured in a recent video produced by TIME magazine and the Smithsonian to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s iconic film “2001: A Space Odyssey.”


WELLNESS• Dance your way

into spring - join fitness instructors at Powell Wellness Center for a Wedding Crashers Dance Party from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm. Electric Slide, Hustle … come show off your moves or learn a few new ones! Free & open to the public. Powell Wellness Center, 1005 Golf Drive, Culpeper. For more information, please visit or

contact PWC fitness manager Patrice Barklund, 540-445-5395 or pbarklund@


LIVING HISTORY EVENT• The American Battlefield Trust (ABT) hosts host Charge and Countercharge, from 10 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. at Cedar Mountain Battlefield, an interactive Generations event for all ages designed to help adults share their passion for history with younger people. Visit the encampment of the Valley Guards 10th Virginia Infantry, experience maneuvers and strategy in a “school of the soldier” experience. Learn about the fighting, period photography and individual stories of the Battle of Cedar Mountain. Free event open to all who come with a member of another generation. Location: 9465 General Winder Rd, Rapidan. Info: https://www.

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RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY MARCH 15 PRESENTATION • Please join the Child Care and Learning Center and Mary Bissell, J.D., Co-Principal, Child Focus, for a presentation of the results of the three-month study of children and family needs in Rappahannock County from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church, Sperryville. The Child Focus report was commissioned by CCLC with generous support from the PATH Foundation and is intended to provide information to support Zero to Five planning in the county. We hope that you will join us for the presentation and participate in the discussion of next steps. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, call 540-675-3237.



• Learn how to help youth with mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts and more from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Hearthstone School, 11576 Lee Highway, Sperryville. The program is open to persons age 18 and up. TAdvance registration required: Contact Brittany Dwyer at 540-341-8732 ext. 02, or email

SCOUTING • Boy Scout Troop

36, Troop 316, and Venture Crew 36 will host the annual Friends of Scouting Breakfast at Washington Baptist Church beginning 8 a.m. The speaker this year will be Rappahannock Native and Virginia State Police Superintendent Gary Settle. Donations for the benefit of area Boy Scouting will be graciously accepted.


Lipbone Redding plays Quievremont Winery April 5.


BLUE RIDGE UKULELE CIRCLE’S 3RD TUESDAY JAM • Bring your Uke and join your friends to celebrate the coming of Spring. Beginners through experts – all are welcome. You only need to love playing the Ukulele and having fun. from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Rappahannock County Library. Contact: Mike Wenger at mike@ or 540 675-1166.



the Little Washington Theatre, as part of the 27th season in the Smithsonian at Little Washington Series, renowned musician Kenneth Slowik will present a Schubertiade — dedicated to Franz Schubert, granting him his due place alongside Mozart and Beethoven. Slowik is artistic director of the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society. His remarks shed light on the glorious music and the life and times of the featured composers. In 2011, Slowik was the recipient of the Smithsonian Secretary’s Distinguished Research Lecture Award, and the remarks during the concerts at the Little Washington Theatre are generally an abbreviated version of the talk which precedes each of the concerts heard in Washington, D.C. Schubertiade: Kenneth Slowik, piano; Stephen Honigberg, cello; Lily Honigberg,

violin. $25 Adults, $10 under 18. For ticket information email: Info@ or phone 540-675-1253.

LIPBONE CONCERT • Make plans now for Gid Brown Hollow’s Quièvremont Winery, Friday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m., for a special concert with the one and only Lipbone Redding. Lipbone Redding is described as an organic soundsman, crafting a talent that must be seen and heard to be believed. He has taken his singular vocal instrumental style to a new level by playing guitar and producing all of the instrument sounds while simultaneously singing and storytelling without the use of electronic effects nor a loop pedal. Limited tickets are $20 and will go fast. Visit product/lipbone-redding-concert/

ORANGE COUNTY MARCH 30 APRIL 1 'HARVEY' • The hilarious and

beloved comedy "Harvey" by Mary Chase a story about a happy-go-lucky fellow (Elwood Dowd) and his imaginary friend Harvey — a six-foot tall white rabbit at 8 p.m. at the RAAC Community Theatre, Washington. Elwood introduces Harvey to everyone he meets. His family, embarrassed by his eccentric behavior, commits him to a sanitarium. There's a comic mix up, and his sister is committed instead — as they say, hijinks ensue. Directed by Patty Hardee, features John Lesinski and Maureen Day. Make reservations at or call 1-800-695-6075. Performances also on Saturday, April 6, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, April 7, at 3 p.m.


• Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue will be having their All You Can Eat Ham and Oyster dinner from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at their station. Adults $30 kids ages 4-10 $15, 3 and under are free. All proceeds will be used to fund our daily operations. For more information, call 540-675-3615 and speak with one of their members.

HISTORY • Homeschool Day

at James Madison's Montpelier, April 1 (9-5 p.m.). Join the Master Naturalists (10-2p.m.) in noticing nature with hands-on activities. Have a closer look at the world around us using scientific instruments. Take a short, guided walk to observe the forest and learn about ecology. For more information, go to http://www.


HISTORY • Seasonal Forest

Stroll at James Madison's Montpelier, April 6 (10 a.m.Noon) Join Old Rag and other Master Naturalists and Montpelier's Curator of Horticulture, Allyson Whalley, for our first Seasonal Forest Stroll through the historic Landmark Forest as we learn about the history that shapes present-day forest ecology. We wind our way through the Demonstration Forest to see forestry management practices on display. See the forest awakening as we scout for Spring ephemerals. This family-friendly 2-hour walk is best suited for those comfortable used to light hiking. $10/person. Meet at the Visitor Center. For more information: In case of inclement weather, call (540)672-2728, ext. 141 or ext. 252.


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VIEWS When fake was fun Remember when the most shocking headlines were found next to the gum in the Marshall Conner checkout lines of the local grocery store? Remember when fake news was fake in an entertaining way? When I was a kid, I used to tag along with my mother on grocery shopping trips. The trips were largely uneventful up until the moment we began loading our groceries on the conveyor belt. It was there between the apples, milk, tuna and frozen pizzas that my mom and I would peruse the scandalous, supernatural and salacious headlines of the Weekly World News, National Enquirer and Star. My mother would snag at least three tabloids while the cashier sideeyed us. “My kids enjoy these trashy papers,” she would say with a voice meant for nosy people. I served as the willing fall guy, but I knew she secretly liked reading them. Here’s where it gets a bit weirder. The other day while walking in the woods I heard a gruff whisper from behind a pine tree, “Hey…it’s me Bigfoot. I’m taking a break from my long-running success at hide-and-seek to say that I’m starting not to believe


in humanity. You all are so crazy that many of us out here…the missing links, monsters, ghosts and aliens are starting to worry. What’s up with all the Trump stories? People aren’t shocked by hairy man-apes anymore! How can people find me if they don’t look up from their phones? This world bites more than chiggers!” I told him I missed the days when I could read about his forest exploits. “I appreciate it dude. Nice beard too. You see it’s all about corporate sellouts now,” groaned the Squatch before disappearing into the bushes. “Maybe you can blog about seeing me or tell one of the six shows that search for me. I’m heading back to… wait I’m not telling.” The Weekly World News (The World’s Only Reliable News) was my favorite. It had large headlines and it was always printed in black-and-white to save its readers money. Who can forget such notable stories as Batboy returns, the dolphin with human arms, or the alien who fell in love with a cat? Where else could one read about booking a vacation to Mars, 12 ways to tell if your neighbor is an alien, or how your pet can be possessed? Did you know the Weekly World News once reported that grandparents will be banned from Facebook and that aliens fully-endorsed three of the last four presidents? The columnists of the Weekly World News were also top-notch. It had the

ultra-patriotic, politically incorrect rants of Ed Anger. Then there was Dear Dottie, a crankier, big-haired version of Dear Abby. Dottie’s photo looked like a sassy truck-stop seductress and she could really throw the shade. As I looked down at a large footprint in the red Virginia clay, I pondered the hurt in Bigfoot’s voice and realized that his days of shock and wonder are fading. His fans are now enamored with social media conspiracies about Russians. Across the Atlantic the Loch Ness monster is probably singing an ancient lament and all sensible aliens are bypassing our planet like tourists dodging South of the Border. The cable news channels have taken the glory from Ed Anger and Dottie— they offer opinions live in HD. Tune into MSNBC, Fox or CNN (or don’t) to hear exaggerated opinions loosely wrapped around a couple facts stolen from Twitter. It’s enough to make Elvis stay in his hideout in Brightwood (sorry Big E). I remember a journalism professor told me that the tabloids paid very well if one was willing to run fast-andloose with sources and facts. We all laughed---who needs money, right? We were all too noble and ethical to write about mermaids, space-monkeys and chupacabras. How many times have you read or watched news stories that failed to verify sources? It used to be that a proper journalist would verify facts

with at least two or more sources. The anonymous source has been quite busy. Ancient alien theorists and ghost hunters now have endless opportunities for facetime thanks to cable. The yearly psychic issues in the tabloids, also failed to predict a future where print fades to digital. Remember the story about Prince using ESP to drive Michael Jackson’s pet chimp Bubbles crazy? That story still makes me laugh. A quick scroll across my Facebook feed provided many tabloid-worthy subjects. Here are a few that could work: • Culpeper Town Councilman’s dog drinks coffee! • Kid Central children capture a Leprechaun! • A UFO Wine Fest expects encounters of the third vine! • Are there Snakeheads in Mountain Run? • Did Culpeper County High School once consider building a domed stadium? • Is there really a ghost at Old House Vineyards? • Is there an alien aircraft at Culpeper Airport? • Did you know that this newspaper is tabloid-shaped? • Does Jeff Say know Batboy? • Did the ghost of Jeanette Callahan ask for a public pool in Culpeper? Remember when fake news was fun?

The promise of a diet and choosing what’s best for you HEALTH AND WELLNESS

March is National Nutrition Month and offers a great opportunity to think about our relationship with food and commit to making better choices for our health and life. With all the nutrition information and various diets promoted by social media, it’s hard to know which is fact or fad. So, I turned to an expert for guidance. Jena S. Griffith, RDN, IHC, an integrative registered dietitian and expert in nutrition, provides

Shari Landry

nutrition services at Powell Wellness Center. Jena offers nutritional guidance that takes into consideration all aspects of her patients’ lives. She noted that people are understandably attracted to diets that promise permanent weight loss, good health and relief from chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease, anxiety and more. These diets are appealing because they offer simplicity and specific rules. They tell us what not to eat and often have a particular food enemy like sugar, red meat, gluten or carbohydrates. Jena suggested the following strategies to help decide if a specific diet or way of eating is right for you. 1. Dig deep and look beyond the

‘glowy’ surface of a diet that has peaked your interest. Every diet is touted as miraculous and life changing with followers who often exaggerate their results. You will seldom hear about the people who did not do well such as the person who went vegan and worsened their thyroid condition or the strict keto follower who ended up with an emergency gallbladder removal. Before starting a specific diet, do some research and/or check in with a trusted health practitioner to see if it is right for you. 2. Define success. Is it losing weight in the shortest amount of time possible? Is it to improve your health, have more energy, be able to get up from the floor without help,

run a marathon? Real success is about building diet, lifestyle and fitness habits that keep you healthy for a lifetime. It’s not something that is measured in 30 days or a few months; it’s measured in years. 3. Is it sustainable? Consider the following questions. Are you satisfied and enjoying the food? Do you have energy? Are food cravings under control? Do you have flexibility within the diet structure? Do you sleep well? Are you able to have a social life? Are you able to be productive and not think of food 24 hours a day? If you eat a food/drink not on the diet list, do you have guilt, fear or shame? ➤ See Diet, Page 20

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The life of a bill VOTER'S GUIDE

For Virginians, voting in November wouldn’t be considered a life or death decision, but the life or death of a bill in the Virginia general assembly depends largely on who citizens of the Commonwealth elect to office. In this month’s edition of Know Your State and Your Vote’s Weight, readers can learn about the life of a bill.

Rebecca Layne

The Birth of a Bill A bill is a proposal for a new law or a change to an existing law. Bills can be proposed by the governor, citizens, and other groups within the state. Only a state senator or delegate is allowed to write the bill and bring it to the general assembly. The bill in this article will start its journey with a senator. Heading to the Committee The senator must first introduce the bill. This is the first of three times the bill is read in this chamber. The clerk of the senate then chooses the best committee to discuss the bill and potentially make changes. This is the first of many opportunities for citizens to have input, which is given through


Leave your house unprotected and see how you feel about it I don’t understand why people have front doors on their houses. And many people lock them. Doesn’t this prevent people who have genuine needs from walking right in and using resources such as bathrooms, beds, food in the frig, etc.? How uncaring. Please don’t misunderstand my sarcasm. Our family gives

personal or written testimony. The committee can then decide to make changes before sending the bill to the senate. They can also decide to not take action on a bill and let it die in committee. In Front of the Whole Senate When a bill reaches the floor of the senate, it is read again and the committee makes their recommendations. The senators can make comments and vote to accept the committee’s recommendations. If the vote passes, the bill moves to the other chamber. Going to the House of Delegates The bill goes through the same process in the house. It must first be read, after which the speaker of the house sends it to a committee. If the bill makes it out of the committee, it will be introduced by the committee to the entire house of delegates for debate and comment. If no changes were made to the bill, it can move forward. If the house has also made changes, it must go back to the senate for another vote. If both chambers do not agree, the bill cannot be passed. While in either chamber, citizens can write or call their legislators to urge them to vote for or against a bill. This can impact how far a bill moves through the chambers.

many resources to helping family and friends personally, as well as through our church and community organizations. But the recipients are people who have asked for help and are willing to go through the process prescribed to receive it. This affords an opportunity to develop a relationship with those in need, offering them the added values of emotional support, accountability, and help with developing skills to “teach them to fish.” Isn’t that more compassionate than allowing them to take whatever they want, thus continuing their dependence on

The Final Vote If a version of the bill is agreed upon by both the house and senate, it is read again in its new form before a vote is held. If the bill is passed in both chambers, it heads to the governor. On the Governor’s Desk The governor can choose to either sign a bill, veto it, or offer amendments. A signed bill becomes a law. If a bill is vetoed, the general assembly can vote to override the veto. If they do not vote or fail to pass the vote, then the bill dies. If the governor makes amendments, the bill goes back to the general assembly to have the changes approved or rejected. If the changes are approved, the bill becomes a law. If the changes are rejected, the bill goes back to the governor. How far a bill gets in this process highly depends on who the legislators are and what platforms they have. A vote in November by Virginians can greatly influence who is working on bills and helping to assist or impede the creation and changing of laws. Rebecca Layne is the Second Vice Chair of the Culpeper County Democratic Committee and is a graduate student in George Mason’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

others? Americans are being asked to cover the cost of millions of illegal immigrants using our schools, roads, hospitals, police and fire departments, and government programs—while they are paying little or nothing. I would like to challenge those who do not believe in a border wall to be consistent and remove the front doors from your houses. And leave your keys in the car too. Barby Mouring Culpeper

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➤ Diet, from Page 21 Rather than follow a specific diet, Jena suggested simply committing to the unsexy and basic foundations of good nutrition. Start by consistently adding foods known to increase health like fruits, vegetables, good quality protein (from legumes or animal foods), nuts, seeds, etc. And, at the same time, take steps to

increase movement, decrease stress, get more sleep, get outside and surround yourself with people who support you. When you make these diet and lifestyle changes, you will see improvements in your energy, mood, body composition and more. Jena ended by saying that the only one true rule in nutrition is that you must do what works for

you. No one blog, book, friend, doctor or nutritionist can tell you what’s best for you. As well, be open to shifting your diet when it stops working. Our bodies and our needs, wants, activity levels and health concerns are always changing. It’s important to cultivate awareness and recognize when it is time to adjust your approach.

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Fear not to tarry in 'Vanity Fair' Do you, good Pilgrim, strive for the Celestial City? Have you fought your way out of the City of Destruction only to slip headfirst into the Slough of Despond? Take heart! “Vanity Fair” lies just ahead. But what’s this? As John Bunyan’s pious little 17th century allegory had it, Vanity Fair was that place, devoutly to be avoided, full of earthly pleasures and temptations and – you know – sin! Which is why Wm. Thackery titled his 1848 novel just that; it was all about worldly pitfalls, the wheel of fortune that lifted his heroines up to the top of society, status, and wealth only to send them crashing back down into the gutters. What could be more fun?


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Answer: this adaptation by Kate Hamill directed by Jessica Stone now on the Landsburgh stage. Mr. Thackery couldn’t know that his shockingly benign treatment of Regency era naughtiness would someday translate into a Victorian gaiety theatre night of hilarity. I suspect, though, that he would approve. The marvel of this two hours’ invention is that, while it adheres to the comic principles of early burlesque/music hall entertainment, it still manages to follow the lives of Thackery’s famous anti-heroine, Becky Sharp, and her too-good-to-be-true school chum, Amelia Sedley. A shape-shifting cast of seven welcomes us to the Strand Musick Hall where strenuously physical comedy enlivens the stage. We are treated to Monty Pythonesque absurdity, a few bawdy songs, and a bold rebuke for ➤ See Curtain Calls, Page 23


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Library hosts regional job fair April 9 The Culpeper County Library will be hosting a Regional Job Fair on Tuesday, April 9 from 1-3 p.m. All interested job-seekers are encouraged to attend this free event, open to all. Hiring managers from 15 companies from Culpeper, Orange, and Madison counties will be in attendance. Job openings include: healthcare professions, janitorial, food service, machine operation, quarry operations, skilled trades, childcare, screen-printing, and retail positions. Apprenticeship, internship, parttime, and full-time opportunities

➤ Curtain Calls, from Page 22 imagining that our sordid little lives and whims are morally superior to the ruckus we see before us. Nevertheless, Mr. Thackery’s masterpiece appears in characterizations remarkably faithful to his shrewd appraisals of the world. As the novel is narrated by an omniscient observer, so the festivities are overseen by the erudite stage manager (Dan Hiatt) who, with a flick of a feathered, grey curled wig and satin cape, becomes the fluty-voiced dowager Aunt Matilda whose money is her principle charm. In another twinkling, he reappears as Becky’s cynical patron, Lord Steyne, who reminds her (with a foul leer) that nothing in this world is free. Because the story swirls around Becky and Amelia, they are the only characters who remain themselves throughout. Rebekah Brockman fully embraces Becky’s ambition, avarice, and hard-nosed resolve to make it in a world that rewards only those women born into society’s graces. The lovely Maribel Martinez as Amelia, Becky’s opposite, a naïve and sentimental friend from the upper classes, is something of a “straight woman” in that comic situations bounce off her but rarely pull her into their trajectory. Her brother, Jos (Vincent Randazzo), for example, is one of the funniest creatures on the stage, being rich and dim-witted, and therefore a perfect magnet for the enterprising Becky. Amelia’s love interest, George Osborn, (played by Alyssa Keegan who is remarkably handsome in a uniform) is the unrepentant cad’s idea of a cad. It is poetic irony that only a moment of unselfishness from the immutably selfish Becky can open Amelia’s eyes to the reality of both George and Dobbin. Dear Dobbin! True heart, true man – why must women forever underrate your true worth? Anthony Lopez, in his main role as this valiant, though somewhat humorless soldier (well, there’s nothing funny about not being loved back) almost had me wanting to rush the stage in his defense. (I didn’t. ‘Restraint’ is my middle name). Even Becky scores big – once.

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What: “Vanity Fair” Where: Shakespeare Theatre Co., Landsburgh Theatre, 450 7th St. NW, Washington, D.C. Call: (202) 547-1122 or visit ShakespeareTheatre. org Playing through March 31 Adam Magill, when he is not one of the madcap pranksters of the ensemble, plays Rawdon, the heartthrob in a uniform who has the added attraction of a rich father. Naturally, Becky can’t help but notice his fine qualities. All of this plays out on Alexander Dodge’s Victorian music hall scene design. Symmetrical balconies jut from both sides of the stage while detailed painted backdrops come and go as needed. The occasional gilt-framed painting on an easel – Napolean in conquest, some over-decorated officer in tight pants, a lady’s portrait in the Empire style – is placed helpfully upstage to remind us where we are. Jennifer Moeller’s costumes follow the comic/serious rhythms of the play; period accurate when necessary, hilariously over-the-top when possible. Jane Shaw’s musical compositions underscore the many moods and accompany the ensemble when they decide to pause the shenanigans and warble us a tune. It’s playful, it’s fun, and still it reveals with Thackeray’s frankness one of the ignominies of that 19th century world, i.e., the utter lack of resources for non-aristocratic women who, unlike Becky Sharp, had no resources of their own. But we pilgrims are a frivolous lot, and Vanity Fair can charm us away from stern messages. Even Becky challenges the audience to look at themselves and then judge her. Chances are, our answer to this sparkling show would be the same as our answer upon arrival in the Celestial City and St. Peter’s inquiry regarding our experience of life itself: We didn’t learn much, but we had a good time. Maggie Lawrence is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association. She is a retired English and drama teacher.

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What would you do? By Fran Cecere For the Culpeper Times The very talented storyteller Sheila Arnold spent Friday sharing stories at Pearl Sample, Yowell Meadow, and Sycamore Park Schools. In the evening at the library she gave a free performance. She told stories about Black History in an educational, funny, and interesting way. Through her words and her songs, she gathered the audience into the story always asking, “What would you do? This year her stories were about crossing water. We all need water to survive. We are nourished by water and have to break through the water to be born. When Arnold was asked to tell a story about the Chesapeake Bay, she began her research and found that there were many bodies of water that needed to be crossed for slaves to gain their freedom. When the Ohio River froze over, slaves could try to walk across the ice to freedom even while they were being chased by slave catchers. Sometimes the lake was not completely frozen. Elisa, a slave, cradled her baby daughter as she used a plank to navigate from one ice floe to another. She fell into the freezing water three times and lost the plank, but was able to climb out and continue on to the other side. She was frozen and frightened, but she protected her daughter. At the other side she was met by a slave catcher. No one knows why the man did not return her to the plantation. Instead he showed her the way to freedom. She wearily climbed the stairs to a home of someone who would help her. What would you do to find freedom for yourself and your family? Another female slave had tried to escape once with her two sons and two daughters, but was caught. To punish her, her two sons were sold to another farm. On her plantation, she worked in the kitchen of the main house. When she saw another opportunity to escape, she had access to her two daughters. She could take them, but that meant leaving without her sons. She and her daughters made it to freedom. Could you leave two of your children behind to reach freedom for yourself and your daughters? William Still was one of 17 children. He worked as a Secretary recording information from slaves who reached freedom. He wrote down their names, their religion, and the location of the slave owners. He learned that people of all religions owned slaves. After some of the information was gathered, he was told to burn the papers. Instead he decided to keep the records, but


Sheila Arnold spoke to Culpeper County elementary school students about crossing water. She also spoke Friday night at the Culpeper County library. where could he hide them? “What would you do?” Arnold asked the audience. Where could you hide them where no one would think to look? It had to be in a place that you visit often so that no one would be suspicious. Suggestions included under the floorboards, in the attic, in a church, or maybe under the outhouse. Arnold explained how each of these suggestions wouldn’t work. William Still hid them in a cemetery. As he visited the grave of one of his friends, he would cry, kneel down, uncover a special chest he had buried there, and insert the papers. By 1872 he had information about 500 people. He put this information into a book that was able to help many freed slaves connect with their families. It is still available today. The last story was about Anthony Slow, a 6 foot 3 inch male slave, who escaped and hid under porches and in a hollowed out tree for ten months. He was finally taken on a ship where he was hidden over the boiler. The trip was only supposed to take 4 to 5 hours. However fog set in and they were tossed around by a rainstorm for 8 days. The only thing he was given to drink was water. After all the cargo was taken off the ship in Philly, the slave was taken off the ship. He had made it to freedom but he died an hour later. What would you do? When asked by an audience member how long she had to research this one hour speech, Arnold stated, “Not as long as I usually have to research. I think this only took me four months.” Sheila Arnold has such a strong voice while telling stories from history. Our community is very thankful to the Culpeper County Library, and the Friends of the Library for the opportunity to hear Sheila Arnold speak every year with no charge to the public.

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March 6 Katelynn Renee Estes, 20, 9000 block Pettie Lane, Rixeyville, contempt of court Robert Wesley Bobbitt, 59, 15000 block Montanus Drive, Culpeper, violate protective orders (two counts) Donald Ashby Carpenter Sr., 62, 17000 block N. Merrimac Road, Culpeper, probation violation on felony charge (three counts) Karen Lynn Reed, 23, 21000 block Seigen Lane, Richardsville, violate condition of release Matthew Tyler Dodson, 29, 2000 block Ruth Road, Madison, defeating drug and alcohol screening test March 7 Danarik Kimm Holland, 26, 200 block E. Piedmont St., Culpeper, stolen property: with intent to sell, larceny, petit larceny (two counts), possession of marijuana, probation violation on misdemeanor charge (two counts) Nicholas Anthony Glacoe, 27, 1300 block Lightfoot St., Culpeper, sale of drugs on, near school property, library (three counts), distribute/sell for profit schedule I/II (three counts), conspiracy to violate drug control act felony (three counts) Benjamin Franklin Cropp IV, 28, 1300 block Lightfoot St., Culpeper, sale of drugs on, near school property, library (three counts), distribute/sell for profit schedule I/II (three

counts), conspiracy to violate drug control act - felony (three counts), possess firearm while in possession of drugs, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance Sahbrina Elizabeth Jenkins, 33, 16000 block Stevensburg Road, Brandy Station, welfare fraud: larceny Dennis Jack Chapman, 41, 13000 block Perry's Mountain Lane, Amissville, brandishing firearm, assault and battery - family member, Danarik Kimm Holland, 26, 200 block E. Piedmont St., Culpeper, sentence to community based corrections program or facility Eric Joshua Butler, 30, 11000 block Morton's Lane, Mitchell, driving under the influence of alcohol Roger Lee Anderson Jr., 45, 7000 block W. Hoover Road, Reva, possesion of schedule I, II controlled substance, possession of schedule III controlled substance

charge (three counts) Michael Terrance, 54, 100 block Monroe St., Locust Grove, drunk in public, profane language Joseph Richard Checklick, 37, 50 block Pendleton Way, Stanardsville, contempt of court Derik Matthew Woodward, 29, 20000 block Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance, reckless driving - excessive speed Amber Nichole Pollard, 18, 100 block N. Madison St., Orange, driving with suspended or revoked license

March 8 Danarik Kimm Holland, 26, 200 block E. Piedmont St., Culpeper, revocation of pretrial Timothy Justin Patten, 35, 23000 block Propsect Hills, Lignum, failure to pay fines, costs or penalties Robin Makin, 69, 10 block Braddock Drive, Fredericksburg, driving under the influence of alcohol Douglas Allen Whilden, 27, 1300 block Madison Ave., Front Royal, money laundering, obtaining money by false pretenses

March 11 Rachel Lee Walters, 23, 14000 block Whispering Pines Lane, Rixeyville, drunk in public, profane language Sean R. McGarry, 50, 2000 block Brown Lane, Amissville, drunk in public, profane language

March 9 Steven Anderson, 22, 17000 block Blue Road, Culpeper, probation violation on felony

March 10 Christopher Page, 38, 300 block McKinney St., Fredericksburg, driving under the influence of alcohol James C. Myrick, 27, 12000 block Riverton Court, Remington, driving with suspended or revoked license

March 12 Antonio Jshad Sheppard Marshall, 29, 400 block Hill St., Warrenton, sentence to community based corrections, probation violation on felony charge Linda Ann Thompson, 63, 15000 block Ira Hoffman Lane, Culpeper, probation violation on felony charge

Culpeper Town Police: March 4-10 Johannah Elizabeth Jackson Age: 38, Black/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-5/102 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 214 Gant St., Greensboro, Nc. Wanted for: Revocation of Suspended Sentence and Probation.

Following are the police reports from March 4-10. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department. March 4 Jorge Campos, 54, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Onan Martinez Hernandez, 48, 1500 block King St., Culpeper, driving with suspended or revoked license

Brandy Noel Stirewalt AKA: Brandy Noel Smith, Brandy Noel Stirewalt-Smith Age: 28, White/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-9/132 Hair/Eye: Brown/Brown Last known: 9210 James Monroe Hwy., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Revocation of Pretrial. Warrants current as of March 13

March 5 Timotheus Eugene Eason, 60, address unknown, Culpeper, failure to appear, disorderly conduct March 6 Brian Anthony Key, 39, 400 block Cromwell Court, Culpeper, trespass: after being forbidden to do so

March 7 Lindsay M. Little, 36, 200 block W. Chandler St., Culpeper, contempt of court Daniel Francis Quinn, 35, Barkley Lane, Gaithersburg, probation violation Julie Russell, 28, Brand and Butter Lane, Lexinton, contempt of court (two counts), possession of controlled substances, possession of marijuana March 8 Lonnie Monroe Barnes Jr., 43, 12000 block Center St., Remington, possession of controlled substances (two counts) Stephan Lonelle Robinson, 35, 600 block HIghview Court, failure to pay fines, costs or penalties Barry Neil Repass, 48, 1900 block Pendleton Road, Mineral, contempt of court, failure to appear, fail to appear on felony charge March 9 Rachel Jean Jennings, 51, 15000 block

General Lee Ave., Culpeper, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance, driving with suspended or revoked license Cahterine Marie Carlyle, 33, 100 block Lesco Blvd., Culpeper, contempt of court Demone Demondre McKinley, 39, 700 block Belle Court, Culpeper, possession of marijuana, drinking while driving or open container Zakiyya Donyea Ward, 36, 2200 block Wildflower Way, Locust Grove, possession of marijuana March 10 Bridget Noelle Mack, 29, 2000 block Crepe Myrtle Lane, Culpeper, possession of schedule I, II controlled substance, possession of controlled substance


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