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Back in November, I had a week of vacation that I needed to use. I will admit that it was thoroughly enjoyed even though I did not go anywhere or do anything big. It was a good mix of staying up late, sleeping in and not cooking. I was even productive by completing a few house projects and c…

If you got a COVID test in the bay of an abandoned, burned-out Jiffy Lube from a lab technician named Skeeter who asked way too many personal questions, you may have been scammed.

Todd Gilbert, the just-installed Republican speaker of the House of Delegates, got a makeover: new suits, trimmer and less funereal than those he usually wears; shirt-and-tie combinations at once understated and natty; and sleek oxfords ideal for creeping through the corridors of power but useless for mucking about his vest-pocket-sized farm in Shenandoah County.

I am writing in response to the article titled “College Intern Puts a New Perspective on Booker T. Washington National Monument” published in your newspaper on Oct. 15, 2021.