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attention in town, but another aspect of that project is going viral. Jonathan James, owner of XPress Copy, and his employee Tim Hickling came up with a fun way to promote project online - filming a “Culpeper Cops” video where the iconic Dr. Seuss character The Grinch steals an XPress Copy van filled with presents - and he’s later apprehended by the Culpeper Police Department. Sgt. Richard McKnight and Officer John Minor

catch the Grinch as he pulls back into Xpress Copy and after arrested, he gives an impassioned plea to donate to the Blue and Red Santa Project. The whole project was a special one for James and his crew. “I just really care a lot about law enforcement, my wife has a lot of family members involved in it,” James said. ‘I just think they go above and beyond so many ways and I just don’t feel they get

enough visibility or credit for what they do.” James said he and Hickling came up with the video idea on the fly, when the police stopped by to pick up the cruiser prior to the Downtown Trick or Treat. It didn’t take long for Hickling to come up with the script. “I love being creative and I have a lot of experience with creative ➤ See Grinch, Page 15

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CCPS budget survey available for residents Josh Houston (Editor's note: This is weekly series highlighting members of Culpeper's Youth Council. To join Culpeper Youth, go to www.culpeperyouth.org to apply.) Every year people gather around the dinner table for a Thanksgiving meal: usually with a Christmas tree lit prematurely in the background. Some of the people at that table will be unfamiliar to you, and some of those people are going to have extremely different opinions than you. Whatever the oddities or disparities of your guest list: you are all still family. Before anyone begins cutting the turkey, I believe it is important to reflect on the troubles we have been facing as a people and as a country. Our nation today is noticeably divided on many issues, and its a common joke that that seeps into the discussion at the dinner table on what is supposed to be a holiday about coming together. I hope you will all think of the many hundreds who will not be able to visit their family this Thanksgiving, those who may have no family left, and those who may have no home to celebrate in or no money to celebrate with. Keep these people in your hearts and in your minds, and remember them before you start arguing with anyone at the table. Not everyone has a family to be thankful for: be thankful for yours.

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Blue Devils move on to Group 3 finals with win over Tigers By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Culpeper County High School overcame multiple injuries and a stout running game to defeat Brentsville District High School 38-13 in the semifinals of the VHSL Class A playoffs Friday. The Blue Devils never trailed, but only had the ball for eight series as Brentsville’s ball control offense kept CCHS off the field for the majority of the first half.

Culpeper took a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter as junior quarterback Eric Wilson connected with Capone Hoffman for a 39-yard touchdown pass. Brentsville answered, however, on the very next series, putting together a 12-play drive on the ground, capped off by a 8-yard touchdown run to tie the game at 7. It only took D’aron Colbert one play to break that tie, scampering 48 yards for a lead that CCHS would never relinquish.

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Remembrance ceremony focuses on community healing By Jeff Say Culpeper Times Staff Writer Allie Thompson died 100 years ago Nov. 25, but at a remembrance ceremony held last Sunday, his spirit lived on inspiring the future. Thompson was the last documented African American lynched in Culpeper County on Nov. 25, 1918 and he - along with fellow lynching victims William Thompson (no relation) and William Grayson - were remembered and honored during a Remembrance and Reflection ceremony held at Culpeper Baptist Church. The event, spearheaded by Zann Nelson and a committee looking to help the community heal, started 12 years ago after Nelson researched and help write a three-piece series about Allie Thompson along with Allison Brophy Champion for the Culpeper Star-Exponent. She always dreamed of finding a way to honor Allie Thompson’s memory, and on Sunday was able to accomplish that with several members of the Thompson family in attendance. The goal was to remember the past, acknowledge the wrongs of lynching and then find common ground to move on and heal as a community. With more than 100 in attendance, of

both African American and European descent, Nelson and organizers felt as though the healing process was started. The Rev. Ludwell Brown reminded those in attendance of a old adage that he said fit well on this day. “It is mindful we remember our history,” Brown said. “If you don’t remind yourself of your history, then history has a tendency to repeat itself.” Nelson spoke, thanking the family for attending and for those who turned out to remember Allie Thompson, William Thompson and William Grayson. “I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the advice I’ve been receiving lately, to move on, to keep things quiet, don’t rock the boat, and I have a couple of thoughts to share,” Nelson said. “First, I think the boat is big enough to sustain a little rocking. Perhaps it will help us get a bit steadier on our feet.” Sandra Yates, President of the Culpeper NAACP #7058 stressed that the event was one to honor those who lost their lives so long ago. This is not a day of pointing fingers or blame, but one of remembrance and the beginning of healing and closure for the families, which

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Kamille Gardner, a descendant of Charles "Allie" Thompson's family speaks during a Remembrance and Reflection Event honoring the memory of Allie Thompson, William Thompson and William Grayson, three men lynched in Culpeper County. they so deserve,” she said. Keynote speaker Margaret Russell, a professor at Santa Clara University specializing in civil rights and Constitutional Law and a founder of the Civil Rights and Restorative Rights Project, talked about her ties to Culpeper County and why it’s important to connect the past with the present. She said growing up, when anyone asked where her family was from she answered Philadelphia, be-

cause that was where she was raised. About 10 years ago, she began researching the rest of her family history - finding out she had ancestors from Culpeper County, which put her on a path to make contact with Nelson - who helped her trace her roots back to slaves in the county. “Which is very, very powerful,” Russell said. “I think as African Americans, we have such difficult ➤ See Remembrance, Page 7


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➤ Remembrance, from Page 5 times digging into our history, then when we do there is a mixture of traumatic remembering and respect for one's elders that sometimes makes it very difficult to talk about.” Sunday’s events were difficult to relive, but for Thompson descendant Kamille Gardner - it was important to remember the stories behind the faces she grew up seeing in the now iconic photograph that sat in her grandmother’s living room. “What I wanted to reflect on today was not Allie’s life in the physical sense, but how he continues to live on and inspire change,” Gardner said. She says she often look at the photo at her grandmother’s house and wonder, what were they like? “I’d see this image of this stern looking mother and her serious children and wonder what their personalities were like,” Gardner

said. “Did they laugh immediately after that photo was taken? I wonder what brought them joy and passion? Today I wonder about Allie Thompson and the kind of man he was.” Following the ceremony, Gardner reflected more on her relative - admitting she didn’t know until recently the full story of Allie Thompson’s lynching. “It’s troublesome,” Gardner said. “It’s definitely a hard thing and I can only imagine what my more immediate relatives to him must of felt at the time. I think it is good for us to come together. I’m meeting some relatives I had never met from the Thompson side before.” Bringing the painful history forward can be difficult, she said, but is even more pertinent today. “It’s critical, it’s extremely critical especially with everything happening around the U.S.,” Gardner said. “It’s critical that this is part of U.S. history that we go back and address and remember those hard moments.”

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➤ CCHS, from Page 4 “We weren’t expecting the unbalanced set they gave us,” Wakefield said. “They did a nice job of executing that, we made some adjustments at halftime to try to slow them down a bit.” Culpeper pulled away in the second half, as Colbert scored again on a long run - this time from 56 yards out for a 21-7 lead. Brentsville cut into the lead on the next series as Whitley scored from 16 yards out, but that was as close as the Tigers would get. Colclough scored on a 9-yard run, Jalen Veeney added a 14-yard touchdown run and the Blue Devils kicked a 24-yard field goal for the 38-13 victory. Wakefield commended his offense for adjusting in the second half as the Blue Devils relied heavily on the run - they did not attempt a pass in the second half. “Our offensive line took over, we lean heavily on those guys,” Wakefield said. Wilson was taken out of the stadium at

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HISTORY I am very thankful several months with my two oldest grandchildren: loving wonderful individuals who bring joy to my life. And then there was Saturday, Nov. 17 a day I have been working on for almost 13 years a short amount of time compared with the 100 years of wait for others. I am talking about the Remembrance and Reflection event for Charles Allie Thompson, his descendants and our community as well as William Thompson and William Grayson, who were also, like Allie, victims of lynching in Culpeper. It was a ceremony filled with love, respect, wonderful music and a crystal-clear dedication to Peace and Unity by all in attendance. The support for the planning was broad and the spectrum of those in attendance was astounding. It was truly a community “coming together” event. There were a couple of significant supporters who need to be

I find myself with so many things to be thankful for and wanted to share just a few of them: from the sublime to the ridiculous or at least from the amazing in a big way and the amazing in the little ways and everything in between. Before I go there, I want to acknowledge that not everyone has a good situation and we need to be mindful and as supportive as possible of their lack of family, lack of food and shelter and perhaps lack of health. Not everyone lives the Norman Rockwell vision. Share your privileges and good fortune where you can. For me, I am grateful for the connections built during the last

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recognized (as their names were not on the program): Mr. Hagazi Kebede and the Scrabble Foundation in Rappahannock. It was Mr. Kebede’s daughter, Laura who worked with me initially a year ago to launch this event on the 100th anniversary of Allie’s death. Laura lives in Memphis and was unable to be with us physically on Sat. though I know she was there in spirit. It I saw on the farm will take me quite some time to stop thinking about all the very special things that I witnessed that day and the encouragement I felt in my heart. For that, I am forever grateful. And on the lighter side, while I was sharing breakfast with Professor Margaret Russell, the event’s guest speaker who flew in from California to be with us, she asked about the wild animals. Among other sightings, I told her we saw the occasional bear. I assured her that these were black bears and not aggressive like the brown bear. I then headed across the yard to pull some things together in preparation to take her back to the airport. Passing the windows looking

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Community Church this for Sunday, Nov 25: "A Time to Give Thanks - Baptism Celebration " Worship Service with 5 other churches & children’s ministry. Regular worship services will resume Sept 16 at 8:30, 10:00, & 11:30 AM at 16088 Rogers Road, Culpeper.


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NOV. 26

LIBRARY • Toddler Storytime

(age 2) Mondays, 10:30 This is a fun and engaging “lapsit” program designed to help children develop the early literacy skills they need to be ready to learn to read when they enter Kindergarten. Stories, songs, puppets, and finger plays make this a fun time for all. Followed by 20 minutes of play/social time. No registration necessary. Older siblings are welcome to attend.

NOV. 28

CHESS • Culpeper Chess Club meets each Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Culpeper County Library located at 271 Southgate Shopping Center. All ages and all skill levels welcome, even those who have never played. For information contact Charity Karstetter at 540-727-0695 or culpeperchessclub@hotmail.com. TEAM JORDAN FUNDRAISER • Come out

and help to make a difference your Community by Supporting Team Jordan for their Annual Fundraiser at Pepper's Grill. ADMISSION IS FREE, so grab a friend or neighbor and come out for a fun evening to support a great cause. Food will be provided along with Music. All Funds Raised will go towards Supporting Local Community Efforts for Suicide Prevention & Support. There will be a Silent Auction and Raffle Prize Table which will feature a lot of Really Nice Prizes (**see below). As well the Grand Prize Raffle Drawing for $5500.00 as well as many other cash prizes will take place. We look forward to seeing you and thank you for your Support.

NOV. 29

FILM • “The Ghost Ship” (RKO, 1943) RKO horror producer Val Lewton teamed with director Mark Robson for this psychological thriller starring Richard Dix as a power-crazy captain of a merchant ship. A young merchant marine officer (Russell Wade) begins to suspect that the captain is mentally unbalanced and endangering the lives of the ship's crew. The crew, however, believes the vessel to be haunted

and cursed after several mysterious deaths occur. The film was released on Christmas Eve, 1943 and did well at the box office. However, d ue to legal complications that resulted from a plagiarism suit, “The Ghost Ship” was pulled from circulation soon after its release and not shown for nearly 50 years. 35mm film print produced by the Library of Congress Film Preservation Lab in 2018, 69 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken.

MEMORIAL ILLUMINATION: • Hospice of the Piedmont is having its 27th Annual Memorial Illumination Celebration at 6 p.m. at the Culpeper United Methodist Church, 1233 Oaklawn Drive. The event celebrates the memory of loved ones and honors those we cherish during this holiday season. Open to the public and free of charge. For more information, call 540-825-4840.

NOV. 30

FILM • “The Rules of the Game” (Janus, 1939) Often cited as one of the greatest films ever made, “The Rules of the Game” (“La règle du jeu”), by Jean Renoir, is a scathing critique of corrupt French society cloaked in a comedy of manners in which a weekend at a Marquis’ country château lays bare some ugly truths about a group of haut bourgeois acquaintances. The film has had a tumultuous history: it was subjected to cuts after the violent response of the premiere audience in 1939, and the original negative was destroyed during World War II; it wasn’t reconstructed until 1959. That version, which has stunned viewers for decades, is presented here. The satirical comedydrama film features an ensemble cast of Nora Gregor, Paulette Dubost, Mila Parély, Marcel Dalio, Julien Carette, Roland Toutain, Gaston Modot, Pierre Magnier and Jean Renoir himself. In French with English subtitles. 35mm film print courtesy of Janus Films, 110 min. Free, at the Library of Congress Packard Campus Theater located at 19053 Mt. Pony Rd. in Culpeper, VA. No reservations taken. CONCERT • The Rapidan

Orchestra will play a free concert at St Stephen's Episcopal Church, 115 N. East St., Culpeper, at 7:30 p.m. A medley of Leonard Bernstein tunes to celebrate his 100th birthday year, the Petite Suite by Debussy, and

Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony will be performed under the direction of Dr. Benjamin Bergey. All of our musical events are free to the community, however, donations are graciously accepted. For information: www. ststephensculpeper.net, 540-825-8786, ssec@ststephensculpeper.net

DEC. 1

COMEDY NIGHT • Verdun

Adventurebound hosts Standup Warrenton Comedy night, a fundraiser to benefit Verdun at 8 p.m. at the Eagle's Nest Conference center, Verdun Adventure Bound, 17044 Adventure Bound Trail, Rixeyville, Va. 22737. Featured performers are: Magician Charlie Ross, Gigi Modrich, Kwame Amponsem, Maddy Gross, Martin Phillips, Sandi Benton and your host Mark Mensh. Pre-sale tickets are $10 per person or $15 at the gate or $25 per couple. Contact suwarrenton@gmail.com, 540-905-9132.

MOVIE • Join Aging Together and AARP Virginia at 3:30 p.m. for a free movie, “Miracles from Heaven,” starring Jennifer Garner and Queen Latifah. It’s based on the true story of a young girl with a rare, incurable disease who is cured after a freak accident. Come have a snack and enjoy the movie at Culpeper Baptist Church. For more information, call 540-829-6405. Registration is requested; call 844-4182281 or visit http://aarp.cvent.com/ Miracles_Culpeper to RSVP. HOME TOUR • Historic Holiday

Tour of Homes, Homes on S. East St. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. This year's Historic Holiday Tour of Homes Culpeper VA will be hosted by the South East Neighborhood Watch Group Saturday December 1st. There are nine homes to include those that have been previously enjoyed as well as some homes that have graciously joined the tour which will be a delightful addition this year. Price: Advance tickets: $20.00 Day of Tour tickets: $25.00 Contact: (540) 825-8200 Website: www.culpepertour.com

BOY SCOUTS • Boy Scout Troop

196 will be holding their annual fund-raising door-to-door sale of Poinsettias on Saturday, Dec. 1. The support of the community is so vital to our Troop. The 6” pots will be sold for $6.00 ea. & the 8” pots are $14.00 each. We also will have plants for sale that day at St. Luke’s Church located on Old Rixeyville Rd.

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DEC. 8

SANTA BREAKFAST • The

Jeffersonton Community Center will hold its monthly all you can eat Breakfast with Santa from 8-11 a.m. Santa will be here with us from 8:15 - 10:00 Brings your children out for a fun time with Santa and an excellent country breakfast consisting of eggs, bacon, sausage gravy, biscuits, fried apples, crepes, pancakes, pastries, orange juice and coffee. Cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children 6-12, under 6 is free. The Center is located at 5073 Jeffersonton Rd. Jeffersonton, Va. All are welcome. For more info. call 540937-9979.

DEC. 9

BLUE RIDGE CHORALE CONCERT • Blue Ridge Chorale,

directed by C. Alexandar Smith, presents a free concert, “Songs The Season,” at 3 p.m. at Culpeper Baptist Church 318 S.West St.

DEC. 15

CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA • Verdun

Adventurebound will host a Christmas Extravaganza from 1 to 5 p.m. featuring the White House Band at the Eagle's Nest Conference center, Verdun Adventure Bound. , 17044 Adventure Bound Trail, Rixeyville, Va. 22737. The Culpeper Community Band will play at 1:30 p.m., followed by Theatrical Artists Christmas Carolers at 2:30 and the White House Band at 3 p.m.


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The Yard Sale Queen Doggie stylers thesimpler go is going in bloom Car buyingon made

Riley, the past Yard For the Raise your hand several weeks, Sale Queen’s if you enjoy carand thetiny Yard Sale my Yorkie, shopping? Queen has been gets really OK, I willexcited raise putting on her at times. When she mine. dance moves in sees someone walk Several months the form of a by, she to ago, the rushes Yard Sale Happy Dance. the storm door and Queen and I spent Spring, with several weekends barks, warning us its warming driving around car of an interloper temperatures, lots looking for a nearby. not only turns small, economical Riley also green everything SUV to replace the yapsalso and signals dances atthe thebeginning door when she but 2008 Ford Escape that was getting sees a blade of grass move or asale leaf of (drum roll, yard some age on it. please) It care take flight. She is was quitewell the taken watchdog. season. of, but the miles were showing from all Watch isYard aboutSale all she wouldhas do a The Queen those trips to Charlottesville for UVa. becausesmile she ison a people puppy. She broad sporting events. her face and a joyloves people, whether it is She the ous bounce in her closed step. longs We tried visiting carair lots on for this time of year. It simply conditioning repairman or a canvasser Sunday so you can actually get out of doesn’t get better than yard for a car political candidate. your andany leisurely walk around, sales for her. weeks, Riley getsshock. brushed, lookEvery insidesixand suffer sticker For those ofcut usand who don’t get groomed, nails a cute bow But some car dealers are getting excited about yard sales, Spring strategically placed in her top knot. smarter or perhaps greedier, opening simply means timeto togocut grass, But she doesn’t have anywhere, seven days a week. sneezing, watery eyes, sore throats theI grooming service, Doggie Stylers am sure all of us have had that and other manifestations of aller-by joyous ofby being swarmed on the experience Go, operated a charming, gies. atalented salesman of thehusband showroom andflying superout friendly But to the Yard Queen the your foot Sale hits the ground. andminute wife team, comes to her. Spring it means there are deals to You almost feel like road kill, with the When she sees the turquoise be had. vultures waiting to pick your or converted motorhome pull up,bones, she gets The last few Saturdays, the at least your wallet. really excited, jumpingout at the door and Queen has crawled Or possibly you feel likeofa bed baby barking loudly. before the birds thought about sealBud on aKrames, Cape Cod sandbar watching the masculine half Friof chirping. Shewhite went to themenacingly bank hungry great sharks the couple, comes to bills the door, greets day getting small and stuffing swimming nearby waiting for you to me and smallfanny talk, while them inexchanges herwater. favorite pack. slip into the She picked out comfortable shoes cradling our squirming bundle love In all fairness, I know theseof folks and set aside clothing suitable in his arms. walks slowlylike back for are trying toHe make a living the day ahead. the stuff to the motor whereofhis wife Jo everyone else,salon butSome please just give she wears is almost like a yard awaits. some space. customers sale uniform. Bud and Jointo have been dealer’s coming to We pulled a local Yard shopping runs inother her ourjust house for years to groom our lot tosale look at sticker prices. family, apparently. A few weeks Yorkie, Zoey, who we had to to the Immediately a salesman ranput from ago, loaded her mother, daughsleepshe in September 2017. ter and granddaughter in the car Bud and Jo spend about an hour LETTER TO THE EDITOR and off they went. Four generabathing, clipping, combing and tions off to sales. grooming Riley. When they Meanwhile, I wasfinished, left to toil makemy her neighbors, look absolutely adorable. with cleaning up She neighborhood, gets oohs and aahs when up she trash goes the picking for walks in townin with cuteuppuppy and stumbling theher mud to clip.knees in the stormwater pond my Your recent VIEWS article in the Sadly, Bud andtossed Jo are retiring. Like plucking trash people Culpeper Times was spotbyon! You without trash cans. brought a level of maturity and The based Yard Sale Queen perspective and her reason on historical carload were on a mission. Another to the Confederate discussion LETTER TO THE Flag EDITOR family member was moving to a of seldom seen today given the clutter new house. They needed all kinds nonsense surrounding the issue. of furniture. The Yard Sale Queen scored a huge five beds, box springs, As deal a 7th- District resident, I note mattresses and a like-new recliner that Abigail Spanberger repeatedly for about $72. Holy cow! promised voters she would NOT Tell me she can’t spot a deal. vote for Nancy Pelosi for Speaker of She bought a stunning white the House. dress at a yard sale. To say that Members of the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on

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around. No salesman in sight. I thought maybe the business was closed, but I could see people sitting at desks inside. What were they thinking? Here I am looking at cars, and they are inside – waiting. When the Yard Sale Queen started toward the showroom door, a young man came out, introduced himself and asked if he could help. It was so low key, I almost fainted. He explained that this dealership does business differently. He said he was salaried and not on commission. He also said the so-called “processing fee” was $195, unlike the almost $600 pure profit processing fees at other dealers. I drove the bright red Chevy Trax, and loved the handling and mileage “We didn’t (fixed location) rating. Longwant storya short, the low key, salon,” saidsell, Jo. “(A salon) was no hard dealmobile was done. The Yard right our alley.” SaleupQueen thinks the Trax is cute. The original was to groomof Cute? Howplan is 3,300 pounds formetal, five orglass six years. Instead, 11 years and plastic cute? Stylish, later, theybut are what finallydoretiring maybe, I know?after She150,000 liked the newonTrax so much putting miles the rolling she suggested giving the red Trax to salon and servicing 250 to 300 clients. her – it was her favorite color – and They had so many clients that they buying me a ruby metallic red one – had to turn down countless requests. my favorite color. They never advertised, except on the weeks later, we bought sidesThree and back of the mobile salon. a second Trax in Culpeper, but she Bud and Jo note there is a definitely refuses to trade her newly purchased a market for mobile dog grooming, but ruby red one for my bright red one. as yet have been unable to convince Fickle woman. anyone take over the business. I dotoknow one thing with all this On Dec. 20, a day car buying, I didn’tafter feel making like a baby seal Riley morekill. adorable, the 65-year-olds or road will store clippers, And their we are makingbushes Trax. and scissors, and park the rolling doggie salon forBunker the lastis time. Wally a freelance contributor “It’sthe been a great Times. go for us,” with Culpeper Yousaid mayJo. reach “I will miss driving around the him at wallybunker@outlook.com county,” said Bud. “It’s a beautiful place to live.” the Northern Virginia.. AndArmy Riley,oflike many others, will the no finest army to ever take to any field longer wait expectantly for Bud and Jo of battle. to come make her beautiful. She, I and Thank for your wisdom and the Yard Saleyou Queen feel like we have your courage. lost two wonderful friends. In a sense, we did. Now, we must find another Anthony T. Reed, Sr. groomer. Colonel, AUS, Ret USAR Ambassador Emeritus Senior Fellow, International Strategic Studies Association Culpeper

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TECHNOLOGY The 800-pound gorilla is moving in Amazon finally announced their intentions on the location for their second headquarters. Shocking to no one, it will be split between New York City and Crystal City in Arlington. If you haven’t been tracking this story, let me fill you in. For a year or two now, Amazon has been “shopping around” for a second home. Amazon’s founder, Jeff Bezos, was having cities compete against each other to become that new home with tax incentives, improvements to infrastructure, and large available talent pools. At stake was roughly $5 billion in economic investment and 50,000 high-paying corporate positions to be created by 2030. This doesn’t include potential new businesses that work in the Amazon supply chain providing other services or products. I’ve been keeping tabs on this story to see where it goes. I never had a shadow of doubt that it was coming to Northern Virginia. Amazon already has a presence in D.C. Bezos owns the Washington Post, the Amazon lobbying arm is close to the capital, the tech talent pool is deep, and Bezos bought a $23 milliondollar mansion in DC in 2016 that has major renovations going on. It just seemed cruel to make other

cities jump thru those hoops when they never had a shot. But with the announcement on November 13th of the two new locations, what do I expect we’ll see in coming years? In a nutshell here are the items that have been announced: The average salary is expected to be $150,000. The median wage has not been announced. The State of Virginia has pledged $295 million of non-general funds to work on transportation projects such as: new metro stations, connector bridge from Crystal City to National Airport, and improvements to Route 1. Virginia Tech will establish a new campus in Alexandria. There are some potential downsides as well, including a spike in real estate prices. Housing brokerage firm Redfin announced over a 200% spike in home searches for the Crystal City area the day that the Amazon announcement was made. This has made some residents concerned that the creation of a second Silicon Valley in the DMV will make housing completely unaffordable. The state transportation authorities need to get a quick jump on the on the new projects. We all know how bad the traffic is in Northern Virginia and bringing in a company like Amazon is going to exacerbate the problem. These

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just been a really good spark,” James said. The video has been viewed more than 16,500 times already on Facebook and James said he hopes it helps increase donations to the Blue and Red Santa Project. “I get emails every day from people saying ‘I saw your video, it was awesome,’” James said. “It’s been a blast. Everybody is having fun and being more creative in general.” The video can be viewed at: www. facebook.com/165049480188286/ posts/2555799637779913/ Donations can be made by visiting www.facebook.com/blueandredsantaproject/, calling 540829-5517 or 540-825-8777 or by mailing contributions to The Blue and Red Santa Project, P O Box 579, Culpeper, VA 22701.

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writing so I came up with a draft in about 10 minutes,” Hickling said. He hadn’t actually watched an episode of Cops until coming up with the concept, but he immersed himself in highlights and episodes from the show to hit all the beats. The Grinch’s face is blurred out, the officers are taped interviewing the victims and the video even includes a ride along wrap up with Officer Minor. That whole section of the video was improvised, James said. The project was part of a new social and digital service that Xpress is offering with marketing packages available for small businesses. “That was actually our plan before this all came about, this has

projects need to be fast tracked. I would urge a county like Culpeper to explore what it would take to get Virginia Railway Express (VRE) extended down from Manassas to Culpeper. I personally know several people that already commute into Washington that drive to Manassas to catch The VRE and then jump on Metro. I see it very feasible that the influx of new high paying jobs in Northern Virginia would make Culpeper a very attractive place to live and raise a family, but they would absolutely need a simplified commute option. There have been many questions on some of Amazon’s personnel practices within their major

warehouses, which is a story for another time. But one thing I will always give Jeff Bezos credit for was his ability to delay gratification when Amazon was beginning to make a name for itself. When Wall Street was begging for better returns in the earlier years, he kept heavily investing back into the company. Now that discipline has paid off with Amazon expected to take almost 50% of all U.S. online sales by the end of the year and created a cloud infrastructure that is 31% in the global market place. If that type of investment is made in the communities and workforce, everyone should come out on top. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Culpeper Town Police Officer John Minor and Sgt. Richard McKnight apprehended "The Grinch" while he was stealing an XPress Copy van full of presents. The playful video, a parody of "Cops," has gone viral on XPress Copy's Facebook page with more than 16,500 views already. The video was produced by Tim Hickling and was made to help promote the Blue and Red Santa Project.


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in the program. With the program celebrating its fifth birthday, Butler said that participation is not the only aspect growing. She pointed to the number of volunteers helping Sunday. “I’ve just been floored by how many people we’ve had come out to do it,” Butler said. “We’re grateful the police departments come out, they’re always grateful to us. Hopefully we can keep some kids out of trouble in the future.” Culpeper Town Police Officer Jason Smith ran along with the girls, wearing a pink tutu. “We like to get involved with the community a lot,” Smith said. “We like to try to prevent versus the alternative. If there are any kids who want to get involved with this program or other programs we have, we’re around to do that.” Butler said she hopes Girls on the Run Piedmont continues to grow. “Ideally I want to be in every school in all four counties and available to any girl who wants to (join),” Butler said.

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Delmar Godinez Ramirez Age: 20, White/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 5-0/150 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 653 Mountain View Dr., C, Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Fail to Pay Fines, Costs or Penalties.

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Culpeper County Sheriff's Office: Nov. 14-18 Following are the county police reports from Nov. 14-18. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the CCSO.

Nov. 15 Gene Fayga Martin, 23, 1000 block Light St., Baltimore, Md., possession of marijuana

Nov. 14 James Ralph Stargell III, 40, 1700 East Main St., Richmond, failure to comply with support order, driving with suspended or revoked license Bridgette Fox, 38, 90 block Keith St., Warrenton, welfare fraud: larceny

Nov. 16 Almus Everett Barbour, 45, 100 Surry Court, Madison, failure to comply with support order Robert A. Schon, 57, 13000 block Will Lane, Boston, sentence to community based corrections, failure to appear

Nov. 17 Oscar Orlando Medrano Velasquez, 43, 10000 Cherry Hill Road, Culpeper, assault and battery - family member, unlawful filming or photographing of another Nov. 18 John Ferlmann, 52, 11000 block Woodland View Drive, Fredericksburg, driving after illegally consuming alcohol

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Antonio Jasha Marshall Age: 28, Black/ Male Hgt./Wgt.: 6-0/260 Hair/Eye: Black/Brown Last known: 8621 Rixeyville Rd., Rixeyville, Va. Wanted for: Sentence to Community Based Corrections.

Kimberly Sue Marshall Age: 45, White/Female Hgt./Wgt.: 5-3/unknown Hair/Eye: Brown/Brown Last known: 23479 Independence Rd., Unionville, Va. Wanted for: Fail to Pay Fines, Costs or Penalties.

Following are the police reports from Nov. 12-18. Reports are provided by the law enforcement agency listed and do not imply guilt, however are the charges placed by the police department. Nov. 12 Hollis Gaven Dow, 21, 3400 Oak Park Road, Madison, destruction of property, monument Nov. 13 Nicholas Dominque Albero Philemon, 19, 2000 block Magnolia Circle, Culpeper, sale, distribute marijuana Lauren Ashley Dauberman, 25, 13000 block Mitchells Road, Mitchells, revocation of suspended sentence and probation Quenton L. Barmore, 29, 9300 block Black Walnut Run, Rhoadesville, probation violation Brian Edward Sherrell Jr., 21, 6200 block Winston Place, Bealeton, failure to appear (three counts) Trenton Scott Lively, 25, 3400

block April Lane, Earlysville, violate condition of release Nov. 14 Thomas Edward Bowles, 32, 600 block Highview Court, Culpeper, first offender alcohol violation, felony Nov. 15 Danielle Nadine Vaneeckhout, 36, 500 block Fairfax St., Culpeper, concealment, price alter merchandise Josie Leann Ayers, 23, 1900 block Crepe Myrtle Lane, Culpeper, sentence to community based corrections Michael Francis D. Mardeusz, 33, 900 block Lake Pelham Drive, Culpeper, petit larceny, violate court order regarding custody of child Nov. 16 William Fagan, 49, 400 block James Madison Hwy., Culpeper, revocation of suspended sentence

and probation (seven counts) Elder Fuentes-Gutierrez, 31, 100 block W. Piedmont St., Culpeper, monument: intentional damage, no driver's license, accident: driver not report with death/injury/damage Nov. 17 Stephen Tyler Blankenship, 22, 19000 block Springfield Circle, Jeffersonton, driving under the influence of alcohol Angel Gabriel Lilora, 20, 1500 block Harrier Lane, Culpeper, drunk in public, profane language Steven Allen Dodson, 52, 10000 block James Madison Hwy., Culpeper, possession of controlled substances Nov. 18 Shelton Craig Ferris, 33, 300 block Curtis St., Warrenton, violate protective orders (two counts) Lamar Allen Gray, 42, 1900 block Gold Finch Drive, Culpeper, petit larceny

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Stephan Lonelle Robinson Age: 35, Black/Male Hgt./Wgt.: 6-4/250 Hair/Eye: Brown/Brown Last known: 644 Highview Ct., Culpeper, Va. Wanted for: Fail to Pay Fines, Costs or Penalties.

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On Oct. 20th at Little Fork Church, the Culpeper Minutemen announced the community award recipients from nominations submitted by local Fire, EMT and Police Departments. The honorees were as follows: Tiffany C. Edwards for her support role to the sworn members of area 15 of the Va. State Police and Detective Charles A. Polizzi from the Town of Warrenton Police Department. These two individuals received the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal. The Culpeper Police Department nominated police officer John Slaughter (pictured) for the 2018 Sons of the American Revolution Heroism Award for his actions on May 23, 2018 at Culpeper Medical Center. His training as a Crisis Intervention team member allowed him to successfully communicate and help to diffuse a life threatening situation. Awards were given to citizens for their support and giving back to their communities. Melanie Bayne was given the SAR Martha Washington medal for her support and help with the Minuteman Chapter. The Silver Good Citizenship awards were given to Mrs. Joan Broughton and Mr. Jake Muscar both of Warrenton.


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Week of 11/26/18 - 12/2/18

The Weekly Crossword

by Margie E. Burke

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