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- - The Dumfries Town Council is calling on the General Assembly to fully accept federal Medicaid funding to provide healthcare coverage for its residents.- The Virginia Constitution is three times as long as the U.S. Constitution (which is notably lacking any serious sections on oyster beds).- Tribute to Hank William is coming to Court Square Theater in Harrisonburg on Wednesday, Dec. 28.- U.S. Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) voted in favor of final passage for S. 2943, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).- It isn't every day that Democratic Senator Tim Kaine and Republican Congressman Bob Goodlatte find themselves solidly in agreement.- Sen. Tim Kaine released a statement on President-elect Trump’s nomination of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to be EPA administrator.- Crews will patch potholes on Interstate 64 in both directions from mile marker 99 on Afton Mountain to mile marker 143 in Louisa County.
- A new study illustrates the University of Virginia’s substantial role as an economic powerhouse contributing to the Virginia economy.- The Waynesboro Police Department is requesting assistance from the community to help identify an individual involved in a theft.- Every second American have thought on gaining a fortune without lifting a finger. Hundreds of financial coaches all over the country assure us they know secret loopholes that can generate us huge profits.- Officials at the Blue Ridge Parkway have lifted the burn ban that has been in effect since November 9th, 2016.- Attorney General Mark R. Herring praised the $1 billion the United States will invest in addressing the heroin and prescription opioid abuse epidemic.
- - Conference Player of the Year Lamar Jackson of Louisville leads the 2016 All-ACC Football Team, as selected by the league’s 14 head coaches.- UVA free safety Quin Blanding, punter Nicholas Conte and inside linebacker Micah Kiser were named to 2016 Coaches All-ACC Football team.- UVA senior swimmer and Olympic gold medalist Leah Smith won the 800-meter freestyle at the 2016 FINA Short Course World Championships Thursday.- Bridgewater opened the third period with a 10-0 run and the Eagles cruised the rest of the way to defeat Hood, 84-66.- UVA free safety Quin Blanding was named to the second team of the Sporting News’ 2016 All-America team.- This weekend, the top military schools in Virginia will clash on the hardwood at Fishburne Military School.
- The EMU basketball men dropped a 71-69 decision to ODAC rival Randolph-Macon College.- A huge third period propelled the EMU basketball women to a come-from-behind ODAC win over Roanoke College Tuesday night.- We all know who needs to get more playing time for #14 UVA. Kid named Kyle Guy. Has a man bun.- UVA coach Tony Bennett and Cavs players Kyle Guy, Marial Shayok and Jack Salt talk about the Cavs' 76-53 win over East Carolina.
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