Augusta County sheriff candidate Neil Kester issued a statement Wednesday raising concerns about a recent decision by the current administration of the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office to withdraw from the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission’s accreditation program.
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Ninth-inning Potomac Nationals rally falls short in 4-3 loss
Potomac (48-53-Overall, 23-27-Road, 15-16-Second Half) down 4-0 in the ninth, plated three runs against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans (59-43-Overall, 28-23-Home, 18-15-Seoncd Half) but ultimately left the tying run on third base and fell in the series opener 4-3 on the Grand Strand at TicketReturn.com Field on Tuesday Night.
- Ninth-inning Potomac Nationals rally falls short in 4-3 loss
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The Chris Graham Show: Polls, Hulk Hogan and UVA basketball
The Chris Graham Show covers a diverse set of topics: approval ratings for Virginia elected leaders, polls on the display of the Confederate flag on license plate, the fallout from racist comments from Hulk Hogan that got him fired by WWE, and the latest on the latest addition to the UVA basketball roster.
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HomeownersInsurance.com researchers decided to take a look at occurrences of flood, wind, lightning, and hail to determine the cities in Virginia that are the safest from severe weather.The Waynesboro School Board announces the selection of three individuals to be appointed to open administrative positions in the school division for the 2015-2016 school year.The local community can help provide school supplies for Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County students during the weekend of August 7-9 for the annual Stuff the Bus at the Staunton and Waynesboro Wal-Marts.
Today, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine and 12 of his Senate colleagues urged gun dealers to stop selling firearms to people who do not first pass a background check.A federal court in Virginia today heard arguments in the case of a transgender male student at Gloucester High School who seeks to use communal restrooms that match his gender identity.New polling data from Quinnipiac University shows Virginia voters feel good about the jobs being done by Gov. Terry McAuliffe and U.S. Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine.
As the dust settles on the fight in Congress over Fast Track for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal, we have an opportunity to think anew about what good trade policy could be.Modern hearing care combines sophisticated, easy-to-use technology with discreet design to empower you to participate actively and confidently in communication situations.Despite regional volatility, the national average price for regular unleaded gasoline has remained relatively stable over the past 30 days.
James Madison was predicted to finish second in the Colonial Athletic Association football standings while redshirt senior tight end Deane Cheatham and redshirt junior offensive lineman Mitchell Kirsch were both selected to the Preseason All-CAA Team.Take my word for it, and don’t scan the wrestling news blogs for comments on the Hulk Hogan n-word controversy, though if you feel inclined, be prepared to take a shower soon after.Former Top 25 national recruit Austin Nichols is headed to UVA. Nichols confirmed his decision in an interview on ESPN Radio on Sunday.
Ferrum College is seeking an individual to manage animal/plant operations and coordinate educational programming with faculty at the Titmus Agricultural Center (TAC). The TAC includes forested acreage, 26 acres of grazed pasture, a mixed-crop garden, a greenhouse, high tunnel, “green building”, and a 6,000 sq. ft. barn – all located within a mile of main campus in the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. >>