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Virginia FFA license plate announced

- A youth leadership organization focused on agricultural education unveiled a new “Support FFA” license plate at its annual convention in Blacksburg.
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Isabel Castillo receives national award from Sojourners Faith in Action

- Isabel Castillo, Shenandoah Valley Organizer for Virginia Organizing, was recognized as a Movement Honoree by Sojourners Faith in Action.

Staunton Police investigating shooting

- The Staunton Police Department is currently investigation a shooting that occurred on Ames Street on Sunday.
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Valley locals among statewide traffic safety winners

- Stuarts Draft and Louisa County YOVASO clubs were among the winners recognized during the annual Youth of Virginia Speak Out About Traffic Safety Awards Banquet.
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Lime Kiln Theater presents Love Canon in concert

- Lime Kiln Theater’s Summer 2017 concert series will continue on Saturday, July 1, as Love Canon performs with opener Courtney Hartman.

 

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VDOT lifts lane closures for July 4 travel

- When it comes to holiday travel, VDOT believes it’s not where you’re going but how you get there that counts.
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Nighttime paving work on Interstate 81 in Rockingham, Frederick

- Interstate 81 will have some lane and ramp closures between June 25-28 in Rockingham and Frederick counties.
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June 30 deadline for new farmers to sign up for 2017 Census of Agriculture

- New farmers and ranchers have until the end of June to ensure they are represented in this year’s Census of Agriculture.

 

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United Way accepting applications for emergency food, shelter grant

- United Way of Greater Augusta has received notification that Staunton was awarded $8,611 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs.
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Staunton District Traffic Alerts: June 26-30

- The following is a list of highway work that may affect traffic in the Staunton District during the coming weeks.
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Virginia Tech leads $5 million effort to increase transfer student success through scholarships and support

- Virginia Tech is leading a collaborative program with two major state community colleges to promote engineering transfer student success.
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STAB hosting free computer science institute for educators

- St. Anne's-Belfield School will be hosting a Computer Science Institute for teachers across the country on July 27 and 28.
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Route 29 Solutions Traffic Alerts: June 26-30

- The following work is scheduled, weather permitting, on the Route 29 corridor in Albemarle County and the city of Charlottesville.

 

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Nation’s land-grant universities are source of education, ag evolution

- Grads of Virginia State and Virginia Tech have participated in a long-celebrated partnership between U.S. land-grant universities and agriculture.
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Virginia pollinator plan aligned with national recommendations to revive honeybee population

- The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services released its pollinator protection plan.
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Research finds common household chemicals lead to birth defects in mice

- A new study has found a connection between common household chemicals and birth defects.
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Culpeper District Traffic Alerts: June 26-30

- The following highway work is scheduled, weather permitting, in the Culpeper District during the upcoming week.
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FERC fails to acknowledge pipeline impacts

- The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has released its Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Mountain Valley Pipeline. 
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Author Chris Lassiter’s children’s book set to release

- After a one-year delay, author Chris Lassiter’s second book Grits and the Grimels will release on June 28.
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Lynchburg District Weekly Traffic Alert: June 26-30

- Highway work in the Lynchburg District requiring road/lane/structure closures is scheduled, weather permitting. 
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Child advocates needed

- Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children is in need of volunteer child advocates.
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What are some ways people are using games to help reduce their carbon footprints?

- Environmental advocates and organizations are increasingly employing gamification to get people to learn about environmental problems.
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Staunton to host 1,600 cyclists for Bike VA Tour

- Nearly 1,600 cyclists from the region and the nation will descend on Staunton this Monday for the annual Bike Virginia Tour.
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Pedestrian struck, seriously injured in Waynesboro

- Waynesboro Police are currently investigating a traffic crash involving a vehicle and a pedestrian on North Delphine Avenue near Faber Avenue.
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Sinkhole repairs completed on Interstate 81 in Augusta County

- All sinkhole work is complete on Interstate 81 southbound in Augusta County.
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Groups blast federal environmental analysis on Mountain Valley Pipeline

- A coalition of landowners and advocacy organizations condemned the FERC for its environmental review of the Mountain Valley Pipeline.
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Sounds of Summer returns to Belmont Park

- Charlottesville Parks & Recreation, along with support of BAMA Works, will host Sounds of Summer on Saturday, June 24.
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McAuliffe announces 2017 Women Veterans Summit

- Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that the 2017 Virginia Women Veterans Summit will be held Friday in Chesapeake.
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Bridgewater College police chief to serve on Virginia Campus Law Enforcement Organization

- BC police chief Milton S. Franklin Jr. has been chosen to serve as 2017-2018 Vice President of the Virginia Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators.
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Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park touts History at Sunset

- Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park offered the first of this year’s special “History at Sunset” programs earlier this month. 
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AAA: July 4 travel expected to be record-breaking

- This July 4, a record-breaking 44.2 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more away from home.
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Researchers target gene to treat inflammatory bowel disease

- Researchers at the Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech have discovered a new therapeutic target for inflammatory bowel disease.
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Schools statewide earn top honors from youth traffic-safety program

- Lt. Col. Tracy S. Russillo gave the keynote address for the annual Youth of Virginia Speak Out About Traffic Safety awards banquet.
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SELC requests FERC hearing as Dominion, Duke Energy look to build ACP on the backs of customers

- The SELC is filing a motion asking that the FERC hold a hearing on the legitimacy of Dominion and Duke Energy’s natural gas demand claims.
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Engineering professor develops potential method of objectively detecting ADHD

- Despite the growing number of children and adolescents identified as having ADHD, there is no objective diagnosis protocol.
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Campfire Grill opens at Massanutten Resort

- Massanutten Resort, a four season resort located 11 miles from Harrisonburg, in the Shenandoah Valley, welcomed the addition of Campfire Grill.
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Community members come together for CASA for Children

- CASA for Children was presented with a check for the proceeds of the second annual Crusher Run 5k.
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It’s the summer solstice: Celebrate with Virginia farm products

- June 21 is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. Virginia farmers will celebrate by doing what they do every other day of the year.
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Virginia State Police wrap US Route 15 Border-to-Border Enforcement Op

- Operation Border to Border patrolled U.S. Route 15 and U.S. Route 17 in an effort to prevent traffic crashes along the heavily-traveled corridor.
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Rockin’ the Library kicks off 32nd Children’s Literature Conference at Shenandoah University

- Shenandoah University will kick off its 32nd annual Children’s Literature Conference“ on June 26-30.
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Montgomery Hall Park in Staunton now a Virginia landmark

- Montgomery Hall Park in Staunton has been unanimously approved for inclusion in the Virginia Landmarks Register.
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Waynesboro Police investigating vehicle vandalisms

- Waynesboro Police are investigating several acts of vandalism to vehicles in the northeast sector of the city that appear to be related.
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Music, video games, 3-D printing introduce high schoolers to STEM at summer workshop

- Leianna Gallego from Newport News spent her first weekend of summer listening to music, playing video games.
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Study: Women who fixate on chronic pain more likely to be prescribed opioids

- Female chronic pain sufferers who negatively fixate on their symptoms are more likely to have an opioid prescription than men with the same condition.
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Sweet Dreams Festival in Augusta County on July 22

- The annual Sweet Dreams Festival is set for Saturday, July 22 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Stuarts Draft Park.
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Shenandoah University partners with Wesley Theological Seminary

- Shenandoah University and Wesley Theological Seminary have partnered to benefit the church and the young leadership coming through their ranks.
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Rockbridge County: Interstate 81 northbound lane closings begin June 25 for paving

- Paving operations on Interstate 81 northbound in Rockbridge County require overnight lane closures beginning Sunday, June 25.
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USDA grant to support Virginia farm-to-school programs

- A USDA farm-to-school grant will support efforts of school nutrition programs to serve locally grown-and-raised food in school cafeterias.