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H E A LT H Orthopaedic surgeon or innovator? ➤ Dr. James Ramser weighs in on total hip health The hip is a major weight-bearing joint in the body and is responsible for many functional activities such as walking and running, sitting and standing, and climbing stairs. By keeping hips strong and mobile, folks can enjoy life to the utmost. How can people keep their hips healthy? What is good routine care of hips? Dr. James Ramser, Jr., MD, orthopaedic surgeon, weighs in to offer helpful pointers for folks to bear in mind. We get to know his history, ties to Virginia, and love of all things mechanical, at the same time. “Unfortunately, there is very little that can be done to prevent hip degeneration,” says Ramser. “Usually the arthritis is more of a hereditary problem. Staying active and keeping

strong muscles around the hip joint is probably the best way to manage things. I recommend walking as the best exercise.” Q: What is something you’d like people to know about hip health that may surprise them? Dr. Ramser: There is a condition called hip impingement syndrome that can be treated early with arthroscopy and delay the need for hip replacement, so if a person experiences groin pain or catching, they should get an evaluation for this. This brings up a point that most people don't realize. Hip problems tend to cause pain in the groin. Buttock pain is usually unrelated to the hip, and is more of a back problem. Q: We understand that you were the first surgeon in the area to begin anterior hip replacement. Can you tell us more about how this development changed

surgical outcomes for patients? Dr. Ramser: I began doing direct anterior total hip replacement in 2010, and to the best of my knowledge, I was one of the first surgeons in Virginia to routinely perform this procedure for essentially all of my primary total hip replacements – regardless of age, sex, or weight. The procedure is more difficult in heavier patients and especially in muscular men. I've developed some techniques to overcome this difficulty. I had previously done the more standard posterior hip replacement for 18 years, and decided to switch to the anterior approach to decrease the risk of dislocation, decrease the need for blood transfusion, and to more reliably restore equal leg lengths. The anterior approach has met this goal beyond my expectations. The dislocation rate has decreased to less than 0.5% and the need for



blood transfusion has decreased more than 10 fold. There is typically much less pain after an anterior approach, and, in my experience, the postoperative return to activity is usually much faster. Q: You have been in practice for a long time. What do you love most about your trade? What motivates you? Dr. Ramser: The favorite part of my work is seeing a very happy patient who walks with no pain 4-6 weeks after surgery. This is true, especially, when prior to surgery they could barely walk or sleep due to the pain. It never gets old. I am also very attracted to the mechanical aspect of my work. It's in my blood. My grandfather was a mechanic in the coal mines in West Virginia and my father was an orthopedic surgeon. Unfortunately, my father died very ➤ See Health, Page 8


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Parks and Recreation Department Director John Barrett as he will retire effective July 1. “I just hope things I’ve done and I’ve tried to accomplish, that I’ve made a difference in people’s lives in the community,” Barrett said. “I’ve had a great staff and I’ve had an amazing group of employees in the county that have helped and warm support of the community embracing the department and showing their love through donations and contributions.”


Supervisors volunteer to look into grant for syringe services program Culpeper County could be facing an HIV crisis. April Achter, Population Health Coordinator, with the Va. Department of Health, warned the Culpeper County Board of Supervisors that a recent increase in Hepatitis C in the Planning District 9 health district could portend an HIV outbreak due to substance abuse and the use of dirty needles among users. “Communities that have this outbreak, have a subsequent HIV outbreak,” Achter said. “We need to intervene now, so we can prevent an HIV outbreak in our community.” Achter said that while prescription drug abuse has been on the downtrend in the health district, injectable substance abuse has been on the rise. That has led to a 303 percent increase in 2015-2017 of Hepatitis C cases. Hepatitis C has tripled in the U.S. There is no vaccine for it, and treatments cost $200,000 per patient. Achter said the increase has affected the 18-30 year-old demographic. In addition, Hepatitis A has seen an increase - especially in the homeless and substance abuse population. Hepatitis A is orally transmitted, which makes it even easier to transmit. “A lot of our folks who use substances work in restaurants,” Achter said. “We run the risk of having Hepatitis A in our community.” She suggested a syringe services program - where users would be able to exchange dirty needles for clean one. Fifty-five centers have been approved in Virginia and three are open in the state - Richmond, Wise and Smyth counties. Catalpa Supervisor Sue Hansohn Suggested the board act quickly proposing asking to vote on a grant to put a center in Culpeper, but other supervisors cautioned that may attract the wrong type of person to the community. “We’re going to have people coming from Fredericksburg, Charlottesville, it’s going to attract more people to our area as we’re providing the service,” Cedar Mountain Supervisor Jack Frazier said. “We have to look at what’s coming right now and we have to address it,” Hansohn said. In the end, Hansohn and West Fairfax supervisor Gary Deal agreed to volunteer to reach out to other municipalities in the health district to discuss a grant and center possibilities. In other business: The board honored longtime Culpeper


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State Theatre listed for sale again By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer The State Theatre is up for sale again. According to a listing on Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, the iconic Culpeper downtown theatre is for sale for $949,000. Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Simpson Realtors of Fredericksburg posted the listing last week. Calls to the realtor were not returned Wednesday morning. The listing reads: The historic State Theatre is situated on Main Street in downtown Culpeper. This 25,000 +/- square foot building was completely renovated in 2013. The property is zoned C-2, Central commercial district which permits a wide variety of uses to include retail, auditoria, theaters and assembly halls, hotels and a variety of other commercial and residential uses (complete list is attached). The property has a large theatre/auditorium which seated 548 (chairs have been removed) complete with a balcony and a projection room. The stage measures approximately 2,000 sf and was designed to accommodate theatre productions, bands and dance performances. Behind the stage are dressing rooms along with a loading dock and receiving area. The front of the theatre includes a large lobby, a box office and a concession area. Upstairs features a small intimate ~black box~ theatre space along with a

conference room, catering kitchen and a large outdoor balcony.The property appraised in June, 2017 for $5.8 million (real estate ONLY, not including FF&E). Paige Read, Director of Economic Development and Tourism for Culpeper, had no comment on the listing. In January 2018, the State Theatre was sold at auction to Marcus Silva, President of Villagio Hospitality Group. The final sale price was $726,000, following a 10 percent fee added onto the sale. At the time, Silva said Villagio, which owns several Northern Virginia businesses including Farm Brew Live, Trattoria Villagio, Little Villagio, The Black Sheep and Two Silos Brewing, planned to use the State Theatre as an entertainment venue, but Silva said it was too early to share their full vision. Since then, the building has seen some activity in terms of construction but for the most part sat silent. Built in 1934 and originally part of the Pitts chain of theaters across Western Virginia, the State Theatre had a renaissance in 2012 with a $13 million complete renovation and furnishings/systems upgrade. Investors from Rappahannock County, identified only as Melbell, LLC., and another unnamed couple have invested $5 million in the 500-seat theatre. Until it closed Sept. 14, 2016, the theatre was led by a volunteer board of directors.

Culpeper Soccer Club (CSC) Travel Teams recently participated in the Memorial Day Cannon Cup Tournament hosted by partner club Virginia Soccer Association (VSA). After competing for the last year in Club Champions League, an elite soccer league in VA, CSC teams found significant success in the Cannon Cup tournament to close out their season. Of the nine CSC teams competing in this tournament, five won Championships, two were Finalists, and two had 3rd Place finishes. Dan Bales, CSC Technical Director, said, “The Cannon Cup is a fantastic tournament for our teams, and we couldn’t be more proud of the achievements earned by all CSC teams throughout the entire year. VSA operates a high-quality event every single year and we’re always excited to compete against strong teams in Northern Virginia. The coaching staff and players have worked so hard this year and I am extremely pleased to see them finish the Travel soccer season with such positive results.” 2019 Cannon Cup Results | Culpeper Soccer Club Teams U9 Boys Champions U10 Boys Champions U11 Boys Finalists U13 Boys Champions U15 Boys 3rd Place U19 Boys Champions U12 Girls 3rd Place U14 Girls Champions U15 Girls Finalists Culpeper Soccer Club (CSC) provides Culpeper, VA and surrounding communities with youth Recreational Soccer, TOPS, Premier Travel Soccer, and Futsal. CSC features year-round soccer programming in the form of league play, indoor play, and summer camp options. CSC is a member club of US Youth Soccer, Virginia Youth Soccer Association, United Soccer Coaches, and Club Champions League. More information can be found at www.


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CCHS, CMS students find beauty in 'Shrek' By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School students live happily ever after - after school’s out at least. The two theatre groups have combined for the summer stages production of “Shrek Jr. - The Musical,” presented Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 3 and 7 p.m. at the CCHS auditorium. CCHS director and musical theater teacher Maxi Mitchell said it wasn’t hard to convince the students to come back to school just a week after the year wrapped up. “I think we just have a passionate group,” Mitchell said. “They just love the arts and that’s what the program is all about, supplying them with a musical theatre summer camp - allowing them to keep doing it as much as they want. If it’s

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Reilly Tanner, left, as Shrek and Schuyler Hagen, as Princess Fiona, sing during Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School's production of Shrek Jr. - The Musical. The troupe will perform Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 3 and 7 p.m. at CCHS' auditorium. in demand, we as educators want to give them every opportunity to learn.” Shrek gives them an opportunity to practice their comedy chops, while diving into a deeper meaning behind what it means to be an “outcast.” Rising junior Reilly Tanner plays the title role, while recent graduate Schuyler Hagen portrays Princess Fionna. Tyler Bowyer plays Donkey, Cole Edwards takes on the character of Lord Farquaad while 2019 graduate Sarah Hoy plays Pinnochio. They perform all-original songs created specifically for the musical version. “They aren’t necessarily familiar with the musical, but they know the movie,” Mitchell said. Hagen, who will attend George Mason University in the fall to be part of their musical theater program, said this is a role she was excited to portray. “I’ve seen all Shrek movies so it’s an awesome role to get to be,” Hagen said. “She’s really funny and gets to act stupid, so it wasn’t hard to have fun with her. “I noticed at the beginning tries to be all ‘princessy’ and not an ogre but it comes out slowly during it. By the time she’s an ogre she’s already gross and smelly.” Hagen said she wouldn’t want to be anywhere else this summer - de-

spite already walking the stage at CCHS as a graduate. “Being a part of this theater department for four years, I had so much fun with it,” Hagen said. “Having an opportunity to do one more show with all these people that I love, it wasn't hard to be part of it.” Tanner said the role of Shrek takes more than just filling out a fat suit. “I feel like I have a lot to live up to,” Tanner said. “Mr. Wayne, one of the directors, played Shrek when he acted. He had a one-on-one session with me and he talked about the deeper complexities of the character. I feel like I have a legacy to live up to, but it’s a lot of fun. It’s a fun challenge. “Everyone treats him like the calm-minded individual, but he has a heart, you have to treat him like he’s damaged because he was cast away so many times by so many different people,” Tanner said. Tanner, too, couldn’t wait to get back into the school despite the year closing out just a week prior. “I just have a lot of love of theater,” Tanner said. “It just started out as doing funny voices from kid cartoons. As I got into I realized there was more than just making funny voices.” Tickets cost $8 for the show.

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Pippin and Scooter are not telling – ever Before I tell you about Sebastian, let’s discuss my history with cat carriers. The first time I made the trip to the vet, I was an innocent and trusting kitten. I sat in a picnic basket and enjoyed the ride. By the time we made the second trip, my Widow had invested in a carrier with mesh windows so I could see out, although there was nothing to see but the dashboard and door handles. I managed it so well she had visions of the two of us taking cross-country trips. She would drive, and I would ride shotgun. We took several practice spins around town. Then my native instincts kicked in. Wait a minute, I said to myself, I am a cat and cats are bound by the rules of the Cat Manual to vigorously protest being put into a cat carrier. It’s what I must do. From that time on, whenever the cat carrier came into the room, I shifted into escape mode. There were three beds to hide under, a sofa, chairs with skirts, and closets. When my Widow approached I went from one to another as quick as a hare. Several times she cancelled the vet appointment because I wore her out. The last time, however, was different. After the initial chase, she pretended to give up and take a nap. I pumped my paw in the air. But no sooner had I settled down to snooze then she got up and ambled from room to room closing doors. Next she offered me a treat. I thought I had won. When she picked me up, I wiggled free, but with all those closed doors, I had nowhere to go. She soon had me in the “stuffing in” position. However, the carrier’s wire


door came to my rescue and gouged her forearm. Blood gushed. She had to tend to her wound, and I was on the loose again. I think she called the vet and cut a deal to forget my appointment time and just show up as circumstances permitted. Truly I was concerned about my Widow’s blood loss. Would it hamper her ability to tend to my needs? I was in the mood to show compassion. We met on the stairs, and I surrendered. Into the cat carrier I went. Soon after that epic event, I began to hear of cousins and nieces and nephews who rode to the vet snuggled in one human’s lap while the other drove. An idea worth considering since laps are warmer than the floors of cat carriers. And who doesn’t love a warm place? Then I heard about Sebastian, a distinguished tabby who rode to his vet sitting in the passenger seat like a human. Straight up, so to speak. Why in the world would he do that, I wondered. Simple. Sebastian had diabetes and had to make so many trips to the vet, he decided to take control and do it on his terms. Further, he “manned up” to his insulin shots. I might have faked seizures or run for cover. But not Sebastian. It’s possible he is the one who originated the saying, “It is what it is.” I know Sebastian’s story makes you wonder. But it’s true. Sebastian was a living, breathing cat who did exactly what I said. His human said he was one of a kind. Next time I’ll tell you what we cats do for kicks when our humans leave us alone in the house. In the meantime, beware of diabetes. Exercise whether you like it or not. Cally Tales in its entirety is available at Reigning Cats and Dogs on Davis Street in Culpeper.

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DXA Bone Mineral Density Screenings now available at Culpeper Medical Center Novant Health UVA Health System is pleased to announce the addition of a dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) machine at Culpeper Medical Center, a Novant Health UVA Health System facility, for use in testing mineral deficiency in patients at risk for osteopenia (thin bones) or osteoporosis (brittle bones). Members of the Culpeper community are just as susceptible to these conditions as anyone else, but until recently, had no local access to DXA screenings to determine the thickness and density of bones. With the addition of this low-dose X-ray system, more accurate screening for osteopenia and osteoporosis is available at Culpeper Medical Center. “DXA machines provide a lot of value to medical providers who want to evaluate their patients’ risk of bone fractures,” says 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. “Culpeper Medical Center physicians now have access to DXA screening machines to construct bone density assessments to ensure an accurate diagnosis and move toward treating patients effectively.” A traditional X-ray machine is able to look at bones but does not offer standardization like the DXA machine. DXA scans standardize a patient’s bone health to their demographics’ averages and determine a T-score to quantify the amount of bone density lost between screenings. It is a valuable resource for measuring changes to bone density

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and trained and pursued education in Virginia (at what is now Virginia Commonwealth University Medical School and University of Virginia). What do you love about Virginia, and specifically, about being part of this community? Dr. Ramser: I love Virginia and wouldn't want to be anywhere else. I especially love this community because it has maintained its small town character and rural roots. It’s nice to go to a store or a restaurant and catch up with five people that you know.

early in his practice; he would be astounded to see what we can do today. Q: If you weren't a surgeon, what trade might you enjoy? Dr. Ramser: I would either be a mechanical engineer or a clock maker. In fact, if I ever retire in 10-15 years, I might open a clock shop. I used to take clocks in and repair them for patients, but I had to stop because it was becoming a second job. Q: You live in the community that you serve, grew up nearby,

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Piedmont Area Soap Box Derby Join us on Saturday, June 15th for our 17th Annual Soap Box Derby


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Join in the Fun... A Community Event to Bring Family, Businesses, Government and Civic Groups together for a day of Fun, Exciting Competition and All-American Wholesome Fun!!! Our Four Winners of each Division will travel to Akron, Ohio to represent our Community in the 2019 Soap Box Derby World Championship . . .

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What’s Happening 6/06•6/12

SHREK JR. • CCHS and CMS present 'Shrek Jr. - The Musical ' Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 3 and 7 p.m.



Stephen’s Episcopal Church – Women’s Group The Order of Daughters of the King (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism, making a commitment to Jesus as our Savior, and following Him as Lord of their lives. Please contact us for more information. Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street | 540-825-8786 | |www.


Lutheran Church, 601 Madison Rd., Culpeper, Reformation Lutheran Church - A bible study just for seniors "Graying in Grace" meets each Tuesday at 10 a.m.


BINGO • VFW Post 2524 weekly

bingo sessions on Friday nights. Doors open at 5 p.m., play starts at 6:45 p.m. Guaranteed $1,000 jackpot, regular games pay $100 if 90 or more players. Upstairs and downstairs seating, the entire facility is nonsmoking. Call 825-3424.

LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Culpeper’s Kate Hohman at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-764-4229. No cover.

Pratt Street Power will play at Culpeper Baptist Church June 9.

FILM • “The Big Red One”(United Artists, 1980) Sam Fuller wrote and directed this epic war film, based on his own World War II experiences as a member of 1st Infantry Division, whose nickname was The Big Red One. Lee Marvin plays the gruff, unyielding sergeant leading a rifle squad across North Africa and into Europe over the course of two years. The squad serves in campaigns in Sicily, Omaha Beach at the start of the Normandy Campaign, the liberation of France and the invasion of western Germany. Marvin’s four green, frightened soldiers are played by Mark Hamill, Robert Carradine, Bobby Di Cicco and Kelly Ward. The two-hour original version being shown here was less than half the length of Fuller's director's cut, but it retains his uncompromising vision. Made when Fuller was in his late 60s, “The Big Red One” provided a crowning achievement for his long and controversial career, in which his renegade techniques and film noir sensibilities made him a post-modernist before his time. Rated PG. 35mm archival film print, 113 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in

Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.


• Powell Wellness Center's indoor warm-water pool in Culpeper hosts year-round swim instruction, with registration currently open for sessions running in June, July and August. Classes focus on developing or strengthening aquatics skills and promoting water safety awareness. Available classes include Parent & Child (ages 6 months-3 years), Preschool Aquatics (ages 3-5), and Learn to Swim (ages 6-13 years). For information, please visit https://powellwellnesscenter. org/summer-2019-swim-lessons/ or contact PWC aquatics manager Stacey Aucoin at 540-445-5383 or saucoin@

MUSEUM OF CULPEPER HISTORY • 3:30 to 4:30p.m. - Kids Klub - Bring your child aged 6-10 to the Museum for this program featuring an activity and historical fun! Just $1 per child. Please call Gloria at 540-829-1749 to RSVP as space is limited.

JUNE 7 LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Soul Perception at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-7644229. No cover. PARKS AND REC • Summer Activities are open for registration! Lenn Park Discover Camp, Swimming Lessons for ages 6months - Adults, Dog Obedience, Little Tigers Karate Camp, Drama Camp for Teens, Intro to Running Clinic, Hands on Art Camp for Teens & Adults, Summer Sketchbooks, Improvisational Singing, Figure Drawing, Poetry & Movement Workshop, Uses of Lavender, Eclaires & Profiteroles, Almond Macarons, Child & Babysitting Safety Workshop, CPR & AED Certification, First Aid Certification, Zumba Fitness, Hot Hula Fitness, Trip to Busch Gardens, and the Culpeper Cycling Century bicycle ride. For more details, please visit www. or call 540-7273412 also, follow us on Facebook!

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What’s Happening FILM • “Saving Private Ryan” (Paramount, 1998 – rated R*) Through the years, Hollywood's take on war, honor and heroism has taken many conflicting forms. "Saving Private Ryan" drops ordinary soldiers into a near-impossible rescue mission set amid the carnage of World War II's Invasion of Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The film is notable for its graphic portrayal of war, and for the intensity of its opening 27 minutes, which includes a depiction of the Omaha Beach landing. Tom Hanks stars as Captain Miller with Tom Sizemore, Edward Burns, Barry Pepper, Giovanni Ribisi, Vin Diesel, Adam Goldberg and Jeremy Davies as his squad searching for Private Ryan, portrayed by Matt Damon. The film received eleven Academy Award nominations, winning five including Best Director for Steven Spielberg and was added to the National Film Registry in 2014. 35mm archival film print, 169 min. *No one under the age of 17 will be admitted without a parent or guardian. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken. MUSEUM OF CULPEPER HISTORY • 5:30pm to 7:30pm -

Museum Jams at Old Trade Brewery - Live music by The AndersonPaulson Project and food available. Suggested donation of $5/person to benefit the Museum. And, portions of the evening's proceeds will benefit the Museum!

SCHOOL MUSICAL • Culpeper County High School and Culpeper Middle School students present the summer stages production of 'Shrek Jr. - The Musical.' 7 p.m. $8 a ticket.

JUNE 8 LIVE MUSIC • Enjoy dinner or a drink to Tony Bruno at Grass Rootes, 195 E. Davis Street, 540-7644229. No cover. SCHOOL MUSICAL • Culpeper

County High School and Culpeper Middle School students present the summer stages production of 'Shrek Jr. - The Musical.' 3 and 7 p.m. $8 a ticket.

COUNTRY BREAKFAST • The Jeffersonton Community Center will hold its monthly all-youcan eat country breakfast from 8-11 a.m. at the Jeffersonton Community Center, 5073 Jeffersonton Rd., Jeffersonton. Cost adults $9; children 6-12 $6;

under 6 free. All proceeds are used for community events and building maintenance. More information, call 540-937-9979.


CHURCH • St. Stephen’s

Episcopal Church - Join us in Worship! We offer three Holy Communion Services each week: Sunday at 8 AM or 10:30 AM, Childcare from 9 AM – 12 PM. Wednesday Centering Prayer at 11 AM followed by Healing and Holy Communion at 12 PM. For information: www. | 540-8258786 | | Address: 115 N. East St., Culpeper | Parking: 120 N. Commerce Street.

CONCERT • Pratt Street Power Quartet will be in concert at Culpeper Baptist Church, located at 318 S. West St., at 4 p.m. Based in Baltimore, Pratt Street Power is, fittingly, called one of the Barbershop Harmony Society’s “young powerhouses of today!” Since their formation in early 2016, they have already accomplished a great deal – including winning the 2016 International Youth Barbershop Quartet Contest in Nashville, TN. For more information contact: 540825-8192 Website: http://www. CONCERT • Culpeper Music

Society invites the public to St. Stephen's church social hall, 115 n. East street, for a classical and folk concert. Olga orlovskaya, renowned soloist, with the Baltimore Symphony, Moscow Symphony and Washington Balalaika Society, among others, will perform at 5 p.m. sharp. She will be accompanied by a duo featuring russian folk instruments. For more information, please call 540/825-7069 and leave a message. Tickets can be purchased at the door.

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 • Mountain View

Community Church's Sermon Topic for Sunday, June 9: "The Reversal - Deep Joy"Worship Service Times: 8:30, 10, 11:30 AM. Live Stream available at 10:00 AM 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. 540-727-0297


FARMERS MARKET • Culpeper Medical Center, a Novant Health UVA Health System facility, will host a community farmers market featuring produce and goods from local vendors every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning May 8 and running through October. The farmers market will be located near the main entrance of the medical center and encourages healthy eating for a healthier Culpeper. Eating the rainbow of fruits and vegetable superfoods not only benefits diet, but yellow and orange foods such as carrots, yellow apples, oranges, squash, yellow peppers and sweet potatoes support heart health, vision, and the immune system, while lowering the risk for some cancers. Local farmers markets are a great way for individuals to learn more about a wide assortment of produce, preparation methods and to try other products available in their local community. Farmers markets also help local farmers and business owners by giving them access to consumers and support that directly impacts their business which, in turn, helps our community as a whole.


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GOOD SCOUT • The 20th Annual Culpeper County Good Scout Award Breakfast will honor Oliver Price, of Rappahannock Electric Cooperative, beginning at 7:30 a.m. Tickets are $35 per person and sponorship opportunities are available. Contact Steve Nixon at 540.727.9859.


SHRIMP DINNER • Lignum Ruritan is hosting a Shrimp Dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Ruritan Building, 20489 Gibson Rd., Lignum, Va. Come and enjoy good food and fellowship while supporting community programs. For more information contact 540-718-5130, 540825-2157 PLAY • Windmore Foundation’s

summer theater camp with be presenting Seussical Jr. with music CHURCH • Beulah Baptist by Stephen Flaherty and Lyrics Church, 9297 Eggbornsville Road, by Lynn Ahrens. The book by Lynn Culpeper hosts a call-in Bible Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, is based study every Wednesday from 7:30- on works of Dr. Seuss. Mary Flemming 8:00 p.m. Free Dial-in 302/202is the Director of the Summer camp 1118; access code 862090. For more for children ages 5 to 17 which Is being information, email bbc9297@ held at Verdun Adventure Bound. Amanda Reck is the Producer. The performances will be in the Anne Marie SEMINAR • The Small Business Sheridan Amphitheatre at Verdun Development Center at Culpeper Adventure Bound, 17044 Adventure announces that Courtney Mustin, Bound Trail, Rixeyville at 11 a.m. and Business Services Manager for 6 p.m. Tickets are available online at Central Virginia, with the Virginia Food vendor Department of Small Business Graze to Griddle will be on site. and Supplier Diversity (SBSD) will present a seminar on “Selling to the Commonwealth” in the Conference Room at its office at 803 South Main Street Culpeper. The BOWL FOR SENIORS • Bowl seminar will be presented from 9 For Seniors Fundraiser June 22. to 11 a.m. There is no charge for the Rappahannock Rapidan Community seminar but the seating is limited. Services will hold their 12th Annual Registration is required as seating is Bowl For Seniors Fundraiser at limited. Registration can be made Mountain Run Bowling Center on on –line at on the Saturday, June 22 from noon to 4 p.m. Workshops/ Events dropdown or Monetary Sponsorship, Door Prize contact David Reardon at 540-727-0638 Donation, Bowling (team of 4 w/$30 email: to Reserve pledge or more per bowler, shoes and your seat. event T-Shirt included; $200 cash prize for the team w/highest pledge total!)



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ARTISAN TRAIL • Hiking, biking,

FREE CLINIC • Rappahannock

walking, running, swimming, swaying, funning, playing! June in Rappahannock is prime time for outdoor adventures. Bring your hiking shorts and swim suit and check in for a day or the weekend. Top off a day of activity with your choice of casual to gourmet fare and take your pick from a wide range of craft brews, wines and spirits to fit ANY taste. Dive in to a scrumptious breakfast at your B&B or one of many local restaurants. Come find your nirvana. There’s something for everyone on the Rappahannock County Artisan Trail! www.



Old Rag Master Naturalists at Waterpenny Farm, 53 Waterpenny Lane, Sperryville, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. for a hands-on experience learning about pollinators, native plants and counting butterflies. Free. Wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. For Kids 6 and over accompanied by a parent or guardian. Preregister at butterflycount2019@


Working Landscapes hosts a free lecture and film screening about bugs, from 6 to 8 p.m. Dr. Ashley Kennedy, the creator of the crowd-sourced project “What Do Birds Eat?” and protégé of Doug Tallamy, discusses her studies of bird diets. Afterward, see the humorous, poignant documentary short “The Love Bugs,” which explores a couple’s devotion to insects, science and each other as they prepare to donate their life’s work to a museum. Free, but registration is required. At the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute auditorium, 1500 Remount Rd., Front Royal. For more information, and to register, go to BuzzOnBugs.

BEER FOR VETERANS • Calling all Rappahannock Veterans for Beer Call at Headmasters from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The first round is compliments of the USAF. No program. Just a beer call to celebrate Flag Day. For more information, call Mike Wenger 540-675-1166 or email mike@


KID PAN ALLEY • The new Kid

Pan Alley musical, The Talented Clementine, comes to the Little Washington Theatre for a performance at 2 p.m. It's based on the popular Clementine series of children's books written by Sara Pennypacker. Paul Reisler, Kid Pan Alley’s artistic director, wrote the script, lyrics, and music. Directed by Susan Keady, Encore Stage will be performing the musical in Rappahannock after a 2-week run in Arlington. Advance tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children at Though it is for children, people of all ages will enjoy this charming and hilarious musical.

DARK SKIES • The Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection and the Rappahannock County Recreational Facilities Authority are planning to hold their next “dark sky” event at the Rappahannock County “Dark Sky” Park on Rt. 211, across from Little Washington, starting at 7:30 p.m. Our county-resident astro-photographer Joyce Harman will speak about her recent visit to a Dark Sky Park in Utah and bring her spotting scope to allow people to take their own pictures of the full moon with their smartphones. NOVAC member Milt Roney will share a presentation on lunar features and other objects visible in the full moon sky. Bring your smartphone and your telescope if you have one. Everyone is invited. Please text Torney Van Acker at 703-250-7943 for additional details.


BLUE RIDGE UKULELE CIRCLE • More folks are playing,

singing, and having fun with the Ukulele. Join us for the 3rd Tuesday Jam. Beginners through experts — all are welcome — from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Rappahannock

County Library, Washington. For more information, contact Mike Wenger at mike@ or 540675-1166.

Free Clinic is held on the third Wednesday of each month and is located in the Valley Health Family Medicine office at 12699 Lee Highway in Washington. No appointment is necessary but it is helpful to call in advance. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for walk-in medical services. All patients will be screened for eligibility. We are now accepting Medicaid. For more information, call 540-347-0394.

JULY 6 FESTIVAL • The third annual John Bourgeois American Festival Concert will be held on the lawn of Avon Hall in Washington at 6 p.m. Come and enjoy an old-fashioned family celebration of America. Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic coolers. No charge for admission.

political conciliation, Monroe reached out to the South in 1819 with an agenda reflective of national interests including defense works, frontier settlements, Indian affairs, and education. From Virginia south to Georgia and west to Tennessee, Kentucky, and Indiana, Americans received Monroe with enthusiasm and deep admiration for his “unostentatious, mild, and affable” manner during his nineteen- week journey. 3 p.m. Monroe & Madison A Presidential Friendship Jarod Kearney, Assistant Director and Curator of the James Monroe Museum will speak about the unique relationship between two Virginia Presidents James Madison and James Monroe.


Fellowship and Friendship Program, in Memory of Mary Ann Smoot, will be held at Waterloo Baptist Church in Warrenton, at 3 p.m. Contact Rachel Stevens at 540.347.1719.

ORANGE COUNTY MADISON COUNTY JUNE 8 JUNE 18 FOREST STROLL • Join Old Rag Master Naturalists and James Madison’s Montpelier Curator of Horticulture for our second Seasonal Forest Stroll through the historic Landmark Forest as we learn about the history that shapes present-day forest ecology. For more information or to register: http:// In case of inclement weather, call (540) 672-2728, ext. 141 or 252.

AUG. 11 MONROE • Your Obedient

Servant: James Monroe’s 1819 Presi-dential Tour of the Southern States. At The James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage Elected to the presidency in 1817, James Monroe toured the country on three consecutive years during his first term. A supporter of national unity and

CHURCH • Lt. Troy Estes and SRO LeiLani Stanley from the Madison County Sheriff's Office will be presenting Active Threat / Active Shooter Response principles at MCRW's meeting, June 18, 6-8:30 p.m. These principles can be used in schools, churches, and businesses. Lt. Troy Estes and SRO Stanley will be presenting a program called ALICE. ALICE is an Active Threat/Active Shooter response program that stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate. The ALICE program will be presented after a brief introduction about Active Threat incidents and the history of responses to those events. MENU: Pasta Dinner with desserts by MCRW members. Dinner: $8. LOCATION: Madison Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 1236 Fishback Road, Rt. 722 at the north traffic light. For more information, please call (540) 923-4109.

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VIEWS Why Not Have A $15 Minimum HOW I SEE IT

It's been said over and over again by experts that raising the minimal wage COSTS JOBS. This is simple to understand but it seems the liberals, the radical left and Democrats can't. From the Congressional Budget Office to academia to independent think tanks, studies consistently show that minimum wage increases result in a loss of jobs. One study indicated that an increase to $12 per hour – less than what has been proposed in many areas – would cost us over 24,000 jobs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, less than 3% of the hourly workforce earns the minimum wage.

Since such a small percentage is earning the minimum, why would so many jobs be lost? Those being paid the minimum wage are disproportionately young, often working only part-time, and are rarely breadwinners. For employers, these jobs are the easiest to eliminate, endangering extra income and opportunity for those currently earning the minimum wage. While there are exceptions, those who do earn the minimum wage do NOT earn it for very long. It is usually a starter wage. Wages are rising across the board for the first time in decade, and unemployment is at record lows. Dramatically changing what amounts to entry-level compensation endangers our economic vitality. A wide coalition of groups representing small businesses, chambers of

commerce, the hospitality industry, manufacturers, and agribusinesses all weighed in on the issue, uniformly opposing the increase. But, some how there are those who regard this issue as an emotional issue. How many times have you heard someone like Bernie Sanders say, "No one can live on the minimum wage.." Well, he's right if that person worked for that salary for a lifetime, but THEY DO NOT!! The handwringing, sobbing politicians who insist on elevating the minimum wage do it only to glad hand and dupe their lower wage constituents to get votes from those who do not realize how the raising of the minimum wage COSTS JOBS!! If these politicians are not duping their public, then they are very much ignorant of the facts and should not be in a position to be voting on an issue they are ignorant of.


are flat out lying. The negativity can break some people, but not Emmett. Emmett doesn’t hide behind a caucus, party or organization; he leads and works with others to share in that responsibility of moving Virginia forward. He doesn’t cower to challenges and he does it with a grace and demeanor I have seen from far too few politicians. I love the verse, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” People forget true leadership is only successful by having a servant’s heart. It is only with humbleness and a willingness for second chances, honesty and faith that you can really be a true leader; otherwise you are just “running to keep your seat.” I can tell you he is not driven by ambition to “be” something, he is driven, ceaselessly, to “do” something. He works tirelessly to improve our

schools, mental and health care systems, environment, economics, and to put Virginia in the best shape possible for our next generations. He recently was named “Top Ten Most Productive State Legislators in America.” Let that sink in. Our area reaps great benefits from his service and opportunities like finance co-chairman that only come after years of service and experience; don’t let some slick opposition campaign tell you otherwise. It is still one vote out of 140 General Assembly Members but Emmett is that one vote working to bring consensus and common sense to Virginia. Vote Hanger June 11.

Dr. Tom Neviaser

Vote for Hanger June 11 Many run for office and then work to “keep their seat.” Unfortunately that means voting with the crowd. Real leadership is stepping up to challenges others won’t take. That describes Senator Emmett Hanger: brokering a Virginia-specific deal to help 400,000 hardworking Virginians get health insurance, truly being Pro-Life, standing up to protect gun rights while walking that fine line to ensure common sense and safety, and voting for what’s right, rather than what’s popular – that is true leadership. It’s rare, unrewarding. It sets you out from the rest, and puts a figurative (sometimes literal) target on you, but it is why you are elected to start with. His opponents


Hanger serves all When Tina Freitas knocked on the door of a Hanger supporter in her campaign for the District 24 senate seat in the June 11 primary, she said, “Hanger is a Democrat and everyone knows it.” Senator Hanger remains a conservative Republican who maintains Republican principles.

However, he has wide support from many across party lines as well as those not members of any party. He serves the people by listening to their concerns with an open mind and studying issues that affect their lives, regardless of who they are or what labels they carry. His goal is to provide leadership for his colleagues and representation for all, not just for those who have lockstep agreement on a party

Holly Wyatt Herman Waynesboro

platform. He is an honest, decent man whose integrity is more important than the power of the office. Apparently, Mrs. Freitas applies these admirable characteristics to Democrats rather than to Republicans.. Sandy Proctor Staunton

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'Pirates…' The Very Model of a Modern Operetta They fancy themselves a dangerous lot, but the grim list of killed and captured by the Pirates of Penzance is… nonexistent. Their job is to be fierce and take hostages, but somehow - dash it all! – the hostages always turn out to be orphans! And being orphans themselves, they just can’t take ungentlemanly advantage. That means our pirates are no more successful now in 2019 than they were back in 1879. That’s when this Gilbert and Sullivan jewel first held audiences captive with its rapier wit, and it’s been swashing its buckles ever since. Three cannon shots of congratulation to Riverside for staging this gold nugget and doing it justice. In a whimsical modification, director Catherine Flye has renamed this the “Rascals of the Rappahannock” and brought the pirates to Fredericksburg in the time of George III, as opposed to the Victorian era Cornwall coast. She has also captured a critical element in its success: tone. “Pirates” anticipates Monty Pythonesque humor by nearly a century, and this crew understands that a joyful embrace of English absurdity is the only way to go. And humor is a serious business. The first bit of funny happened years earlier when Ruth, a hard-ofhearing nurse, misunderstood her employer’s directive to apprentice young Frederic to “pilots” and turned him over to “pirates” instead. (“When Frederic was a little lad”) They’re not particularly ferocious pirates, although they do say “ARrrr!” very well, and Frederic forged some tender friendships. But now, apprenticeship over, he must go into the world, renounce his past, and get a job. Alas, honor dictates that his new job will be stamping out piracy. The story would end here rather abruptly but for two things. Frederic sees for the first time in his sheltered life what real girls look like and promptly falls in love with Mabel. (“Oh, false one, you have deceived me” sung to Ruth). And Ruth, with the help of The Pirate King, convinces Frederic that, since he was born on Feb. 29, he is only five and must stay with the pirates until he has celebrated twenty-one actual birthdays. Frederic might be a tad dull-witted, but confound it all, he’s honorable! So he agrees. The song titles alone signal the tongue-in-cheek approach to the era’s romanticism. “Oh, is there not one maiden breast?” (Frederic


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Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance" plays at the Riverside Center for the Performing Arts through July 7. the cast through their paces in dances that reflect moment and mood, and Tom Hammond’s costumes are a superb blend of historical lines and light touches of dramatic flair. All of this comes to us on April Vester’s set designed to accommodate the idea of a rocky Rappahannock shore with docked corsairs, as well as a platform for Joe Walsh’s live orchestra. George III and George

Washington observe the goings-on from their portraits on either side. It’s all delicious, well-made fun. Let us hope that audiences 140 years from now will still get “Pirates’…” swashbuckling appeal. Maggie Lawrence is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association. She is a retired English and drama teacher.

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Eastern View High School celebrated winning the Community Cup May 30. The Cyclones won the Cup with 135 points while Culpeper County High School had 60 points. It was a close race until the spring sports season, when EVHS outscored Culpeper 70-10 to secure the victory. The cup, sponsored by Virginia Community Bank, is awarded to the school with the most wins in head-to-head matchups between the two Culpeper County high schools. Contests sanctioned by the Virginia High School League count toward the total. EVHS won the fall season with 230 points (CCHS had 25), EVHS also won the winter season with 35 points (CCHS -25) and EVHS finished strong with a 70 point spring.

CulpeperFest scheduled for June 14 By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer CulpeperFest is moving back to Germanna Community College’s Daniel Technology Center. After being hosted at Eastern View High School the past four years, the Culpeper Chamber of Commerce Culpeperfest committee decided to move the annual business showcase back to the Daniel Technology Center. “I think the biggest reason is the space at the Daniel Technology Center,” committee member Marshall Keene said. “It allows the chamber to expand the number of vendors and the type of vendors we can invite. For many of the chamber members the school setting wasn’t a good fit for them so we’re hoping Germanna can accommodate everybody.” One of the highlights of moving the venue back to the Daniel Technology Center was the ability to host alcohol vendors. Three local breweries - Far Gohn Brewery, Old Trade Brewery, Beer Hound Brewery - and several wineries will be able to offer their selections to visitors. The venue at Germanna also allows for

vendors to be in the same space. “Some of that was in response to the general public as well as the vendors,” committee member Mike Jenkins said. “People felt like they were separated. We wanted to get it back to one central location.” While alcohol will be available, Keene stressed that CulpeperFest will still have activities for all ages. “The goal is to still have a family event,” Keene said. “The town has loaned us their stage so we’re still going to have music.” CulpeperFest has become the go to event for seeing friends and neighbors over the years. “Not only do they get the opportunity to see the business people, but many people that don’t see each other between the event,” Jenkins said. “It’s a way to meet up with old friends and acquaintances.” “It’s a way for chamber to showcase Culpeper’s businesses to the community,” Keene said. CulpeperFest will be held Friday, June 14 from 4 to 9 p.m. Businesses do not have to be a member of the Culpeper Chamber of Commerce to be a vendor, though fees are reduced for chamber members.

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Age: 37, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-11/200 Hair/Eye: Brown/Blue Last known: 66 Wrights Ln., Radiant, Va. Wanted for: (2) counts of Possession of Controlled Substances.

Marvin Lopez Hernandez Age: 22, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-1/120 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 334 Network, Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Revocation of Suspended Sentence & Probation.


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May 22 Justin William Taylor, 27, 400 block , E Chandler St., Culpeper, bail/peace release, fail to appear on felony charge, probation: violation on felony charge (three counts) Katie Corrine Leake, 24, 30 block, Aileen Rd., Flint Hill, probation: violation on felony charge May 23 Cristin J Wehking, 47, 3000 block, Twymans Mill Rd., Madison, assault & battery -family member (three counts) Katie Corrine Leake, 24, 30 block, Aileen Rd., Flint Hill, revocation of suspended sentence and probation May 24 Deangelo Terrell Dreshaw White, 21, 1700 block, Broad St.,

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May 28 May 26 Jesus Eduardo GonzalezJonathan Lee Scott, 22, 7300 block, Vasquez, 20, 11000 block, Sunburst Ln., Pleasant Ln., Rixeyville, assault & battery Fredericksburg, fail to appear -family member, strangulation: results in Randall Rashad Cornelius, 43, wounding/bodily injury 700 block, Shamrock Dr., Fredericksburg, Mary Katherine Lanham, 25, 13000 grand larceny block, Broadview Ln., Culpeper, drunk in

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Mark Frazier Richardson Age: 36, Black/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 6-0/175 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 15489 Whippoorwill Ln., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Unauthorized Use: Animal/ Vehicle/Etc, Larceny>=200 and Assault & Battery – Family Member. Warrants current as of June 6

Following are the police reports from May 27-June 2. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department. May 27 Mark Anthony Dodson, 48, 7300 block, Pleasant Ln., Rixeyville, driving under the influence of alcohol, obstructing justice, refuse blood/breath test Ermelineo Machan, 33, 500 block, Klossm, Richmond, drunk in public, profane language Dalonte Rahiem Lightfoot, 20, 300 block, Commerce St., Culpeper, possession of marijuana, concealed weapon: carry May 28 Carlos Martinez, 41, 500 block, Klossm, Richmond, drunk in public, profane language Cesar Bachan, 40, 1400 block, Clarkson Rd., Richmond, driving under the influence of alcohol, no drivers license, refusal breath/blood alcohol test Joseph Allen Burnett III, 34, 1100 block, Redbird Lane, Standardsville, revocation of suspended sentence and probation

May 29 Donna Renay Kennedy, 53, 400 block, Covington St., Culpeper, revocation of suspended sentence and probation May 30 Michael Ray Frazier, 43, 100 block, Circle Rd., Stanardsville, contempt of court Tyler Shane Bailey, 22, 800 block, Autumn Ridge Rd., Culpeper, aggravated malicious wounding, robbery Jayden Darnell Brown, 18, 1300 block, Spring Meadow Ln., Culpeper, abduction: by force, intimidation or deception, firearm: use in commission of felony (three counts), robbery (two counts) Trevon Cordell Pollard, 21, 24000 block, Lignum Rd., Lignum, concealed weapon: carry Jerald Huckabee, 52, 2000 block, W Patapsco Ave., Baltimore, forging, uttering (two counts) May 31 Barbara Michelle Richir, 45, 600 block, Lake Caroline Dr., Ruther Glen, DWI: 2nd off w/in 5Y, driving after forfeiture of license, possession of marijuana, drive after license revoked for DWI/ETC subseq offen, eluding police -endanger persons or police car

June 1 Robert John Sill, 60, 9000 block, Whitestone Ct., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language David William Godfrey, 48, 300 block, Amelia Dr., Culpeper, trespass: after being forbidden to do so Jermaine Lawrence Eason, 33, 600 block, Kirtley Rd., Leon, contempt of court Sherry Ann Bayne, 48, 300 block, N Kelly St., Culpeper, monument: intentional damage Vincent Lamont Young, 45, 600 block, Highview Ct., Culpeper, possession of marijuana June 2 Ruben Andreas Claros Osorio, 20, Duke St., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Carl Wade Whidby, 52, 100 block, W Piedmont St., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language, trespass: after being forbidden to do so, assault & battery Angel Gabriel Licona Escota, 21, 1500 block, Harrier Ln., Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Jordan Alexander Perrin, 25, Stone Haven Dr., Fredericksburg, revocation of suspended sentence and probation


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4 Grapevine talk 39 Step up, as a 53 Knock over 5 Astronaut conflict 54 Annoying Shepard 42 MLB player, eg. 55 Perry Como's 6 Rummy relative 43 President after "____ Loves 7 Change with the Jefferson Mambo" times 47 Pentax product 56 X or Y, in 8 Easy chair site 48 "The English geometry 9 On one's toes Patient" setting 57 Skating surface 10 Freed from 50 Not on deck 59 Fragrant herb anxiety 52 Like Druids and 61 "Grand" hotel in 11 Matthews or Wiccans Vegas Chappelle 12 Dutch ____ Answers to Last Week’s Crossword: 13 Take a breather M E S S C U T E S P A S M 21 Sudden influx E V I L A N O N L A T H E 22 Kids' card game H I L O P O S T M A S T E R 25 Memphis-toD E U C E T E E M A R C Nashville dir. H A R D W I R Y W E N C H 27 Where tide A N C H O R E D I R O N Y meets river I C E R E M A S T E R 29 Diva's rendition T E R R A C E H A V E A G O 30 Record number? E L O N G A T E L A B 31 Therefore S K I E R E V E R M O R E 32 Laddie's love D I N E S E E D Y I N Week of 6/10/19L - A6/16/19 33 Fighting force M E N U N E R V E O F T 34 Fiber source F A T H E R L I K E M E N D 37 Computer A N E W A R I A T R E A T W E N T N A A N S I N G E screen dots


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Weekly Tarotscope - June 6 Page of swords, 3 of Pentacles The Page of Swords is ready to share and Cara Cutro communicate what they have learned. It’s a fresh start, and this Page is learning to hold the sword properly. If you are beginning a new venture of any kind, the Page of Swords is a welcomed sight! This Page encourages us to live life to the fullest, to speak up and share what we have to say. Pay special attention to your thoughts this week as there is a good chance that your inspired ideas will be of good use and worth


sharing. Be bold. The 3 of Pentacles combined with the Page of Swords lets us know that our ideas will be well received, and best utilized when we collaborate with others. Whatever the communications and ideas are, be sure to share them and to incorporate team work. Working together brings success. Cara Cutro is a spirit centered teacher and life coach residing in Sperryville, VA. She is an herbalist, massage therapist, reiki master, intuitive counselor, tarot reader, and the owner of Abracadabra Massage & Wellness and the Wisdomkeepers School. For a full list of services or to setup an appointment with her or one of her team members, book online www.caracadabra. com or call 540-878-7085.


Each row must contain the numbers 1 to 9; each column must contain the numbers 1 to 9; and each set of 3 by 3 boxes must contain the numbers 1 to 9. Answers to Last Week’s Sudoku:

2 1 9 5 4 7 8 3 6

6 8 5 9 3 1 7 2 4

4 7 3 2 8 6 1 5 9

1 2 6 4 7 3 5 9 8

3 5 4 6 9 8 2 1 7

7 9 8 1 2 5 6 4 3

9 6 7 3 1 2 4 8 5

8 3 1 7 5 4 9 6 2

5 4 2 8 6 9 3 7 1

On June 3, 2019, Piedmont Communications, Inc. filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for renewal of license of FM Translator station W237CA, which is licensed to serve Culpeper, V.A. The station is licensed to transmit from a site at 38°29’3.9” N. Latitude, 77°59’21.8” W. Longitude, on a frequency of 95.3 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 0.178 kW. The station rebroadcasts WCVA, Culpeper, V.A., which operates on a frequency of 1490 kHz. Individuals who wish to advise the FCC of facts relating to the renewal application and to whether this FM translator station has operated in the public interest should file comments and petitions with the FCC by September 1, 2019, by writing to FCC, Washington, DC 20554.

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