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STEM Turns To STEAM

– By Mary Rose Lunde
Virginia Tech is a renowned STEM school, and is known for its engineering school and strong research presence. As such, compared to other schools, Virginia Tech does not include a lot of non-STEM students. It is ironic, therefore, that none of my four roommates are in the STEM fields. By extension, if you expand the idea of STEM fields, however, all of our five majors could be considered in the STEM fields. This is exactly what has been done with the STEM acronym. The addition of the A to create STEAM instead of STEM allows for the inclusion of multiple practices. … Continue Reading

Giving Voice To The Voiceless

– By Samuel Moore-Sobel
“It’s to make a difference in someone else’s life,” Wendy Melcher, coordinator at McLean Bible Church’s Loudoun Campus, tells me when I ask the source of her motivation. “It’s to see them smile.” I first met Wendy in 2009 as she was just assuming her role working with special needs children and their families. She struck me as a kind and thoughtful soul, committed to the idea of making a difference in the lives of others. Over the years, I have come to love her enthusiasm, encouraging spirit, and commitment to the children and the families she serves. … Continue Reading

Seeking Child Advice

– By Michael Oberschneider, Psy.D.
Dr. Mike,
Our daughter, who is a sophomore in high school, is furious with us for not allowing her go to beach week this year with her boyfriend who is graduating from high school in June. While we trust our daughter and really like her boyfriend, we’re not comfortable with her being at the beach with a large group of unsupervised rowdy teenagers where drinking and drugs will be present. Her position is that she’s super responsible at home with chores and helping out, she gets excellent grades and doesn’t drink alcohol or do drugs. Her other point is that she will be in college in two years anyway where there will be alcohol and drugs so why be so controlling. All of her points are valid, so are we being overly controlling?
– Concerned Parents
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Amy and Dan Smith’s Planning for Life: Choosing a Fiduciary

The choice of an executor or trustee is very important and will likely have long range consequences. Family wounds can linger for years from a mistake or unwise conduct of the person in charge of the estate or trust.

An executor is appointed in the will. His/her job is to identify and the collect the assets of the estate, pay the expenses of administration and the debts of the decedent, and then distribute the balance of estate assets as directed in the will. In the course of his duties, he will normally provide two reports to the Commissioner of Accounts: An inventory of estate assets and an accounting showing what he did with the estate assets, including the final distribution to the estate beneficiaries. In Virginia, the executor takes an oath to perform faithfully the duties of his office and signs a pledge (bond) to that effect. … Continue Reading

Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth: The Stone House

At Harper Park
– By Tim Jon

No – they don’t serve fresh oysters here, there are no wi-fi hook-ups, and there is no Happy Hour; from what I hear, though – this little place used to jump and swing with the best of ‘em – at least by early 19th Century standards. You’d never know it by that quick glance you give the Stone House at Harper Park as you buzz past on Route Seven, just east of Leesburg – that this was once a popular destination for weary (or maybe just thirsty) travelers – who, perhaps, even, were not all that different from you or me. Jenkins’ Ordinary, as it was called back in the day, reportedly sold rum, ‘vittles’ and a place to bed down for the night; kinda hard to believe just from scoping out the relatively small size of the structure – I’m guessing that they (like many other establishments of their time) had an outdoor (or basement) kitchen – and the rafters must have been used for sleeping quarters- making for a pretty cramped arrangement, at best. But, history tells me that – quite long ago – this was a successful business, for its time. … Continue Reading

Charles Murray’s Middlebury Melee

April 19, 2017 Columns, Sustainable Planet Comments Off on Charles Murray’s Middlebury Melee

“Earthrise”, photo taken from Apollo 8 by Bill Anders on Christmas Eve, December 24, 1968.

By Tony Noerpel

On March 2, 2017, the appearance of Charles Murray at Middlebury College in Vermont caused a small riot [1]. The media blamed the students. While I don’t condone their violence, the lion’s share of the fault lies with the college administration, Professor Allison Stanger, who invited Murray and who unfortunately was injured in the consequent melee, and Murray himself, i.e., the adults who should have known better. In any event the students will be punished; the adults will walk. Their only punishment will be that they might one day read this article and perchance agree with it and feel badly, which is unlikely. … Continue Reading

Earth System and Paleoclimate Change

April 13, 2017 Columns, Sustainable Planet Comments Off on Earth System and Paleoclimate Change

In a new paper Owen Gaffney and Will Steffen [1], present a high order abstraction of the Earth System, E, in the form

This is fine as an abstraction and shows the subsystems which impact the Earth System. The authors define the Earth System as “a single, planetary-level complex system composed of the biosphere, defined here as the sum of all biota living at any one time and their interactions, including interactions and feedbacks with the geosphere defined here as the atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere and upper part of the lithosphere.” We can think of it as the Earth surface which we inhabit. The left side of the equation represents the derivative or change of the Earth system with respect to time including climactic changes. The right side expresses this change as a function of three variables A, G and I. … Continue Reading

Famous Estate Blunders and How To Avoid Them

April 5, 2017 Amy and Dan Smith, Columns Comments Off on Famous Estate Blunders and How To Avoid Them

These celebrities’ tales are a strong reminder to review your estate plan before it’s too late.

There’s a calm comfort that comes with estate planning: a sense that your family will be taken care of after you pass away (hopefully at a ripe old age). Sadly, it doesn’t always happen that way. Skipping regular estate plan reviews can lead to forgotten details, and these can create confusion and havoc for your family-or suck them into a time-consuming court case to iron everything out. Unfortunately, that was the case for these high-profile individuals and their loved ones. … Continue Reading

Fidget Gear, Good or Bad?

April 5, 2017 Ask Dr. Mike, Columns 1 comment

What do you think about the new fidget cubes and fidget spinners, and do they really help kids with ADHD? They’re making their way around our neighborhood, but I couldn’t find any good studies out there on either of the toys. But they’re still being marketed on line as gadgets for kids with ADHD. Our nine-year-old son has ADHD, and he has trouble focusing in class and at home, when doing his homework. Do you think these things will help him to do better?
Concerned Parents
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A Community Together: The Ten-Year Remembrance of 4/16/2007

April 5, 2017 Columns, Mary Rose Lunde Comments Off on A Community Together: The Ten-Year Remembrance of 4/16/2007

Time moves forward, whether we are ready to move on or not. It’s been ten years since the massacre that shocked America. I’m talking about the event that started a standard of condolences from the president, tears and prayers from around the nation, and a darkness that still has a hold over communities. I’m talking about the Virginia Tech massacre. For me, it’s a personal, since I attend Virginia Tech. I may not have been at Virginia Tech when the tragedy happened, but I remember where I was. Despite being only ten when it happened, I don’t think I’ll ever forget hearing the news for the first time. … Continue Reading

Soul Lost in Translation

April 5, 2017 Columns, Samuel Moore-Sobel Comments Off on Soul Lost in Translation

“Greed, for lack of a better word, is good,” Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) tells us in the 1987 movie Wall Street. The newly released book, Black Edge: Inside Information, Dirty Money, and the Quest to Bring Down the Most Wanted Man on Wall Street by Sheelah Kolhatkar, seemingly seeks to disprove Gekko’s statement at every turn. … Continue Reading

Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth: North Fork Road

April 5, 2017 Columns, Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth Comments Off on Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth: North Fork Road

It’s difficult to be in a hurry when all the surrounding geography seems to encourage thoughtful, relaxing contemplation – maybe even a meditative cat nap thrown in for good measure; now – turn your TV off and take the music earplugs out for a couple of minutes and I’ll tell you about something new – and old – actually kind of timeless: see, whenever I found myself tasked with the responsibility of delivering the good, old US Mail on the Rural Route in Purcellville that includes North Fork Road, I inevitably felt that odd conundrum of trying to play ‘Beat the Clock’ in a slow-motion photography sequence – like being stuck in quicksand or something. Anyone who’s traveled some of our local dirt roads in an ungainly vehicle similar to a mail truck will empathize when I say that the speed limits along these corridors are pretty much irrelevant; you simply drive as fast as conditions allow – negotiating the washboard surfaces, blind intersections, patches of loose gravel, horse-trailer-pulling trucks, and tree limbs worthy of the term ‘widow-maker.’ The Virginia Department of Transportation (in its wisdom) states that you can drive up to 35 miles an hour on unposted, gravel roads; I don’t think I’ve ever even approached that limit on North Fork Road – or any other unpaved surface – while attempting to keep a mail truck ‘between the ditches.’ … Continue Reading

Get Your Pilot Training on Earth Day … Drop a Seed Bomb

April 5, 2017 Virginia Gardening Comments Off on Get Your Pilot Training on Earth Day … Drop a Seed Bomb

Local conservation groups love them. Local libraries offer classes in how to make them. And local schools and their curious students are lining up to use the idea as part of their nature curriculum.

A seed bomb – or earth ball – is a lump of dirt infused with plant nutrients and seeds, often with a hard clay coating. Nothing fancy.
Sometimes the lump is pressed into a mold you might use to make cookies. Sometimes it is rolled into a ball and dried – a simple ball of hardened mud to the gardener. … Continue Reading


 

 

 

 

Columns

STEM Turns To STEAM

– By Mary Rose Lunde Virginia Tech is a renowned STEM school, and is known for its engineering school and strong research presence. As such, compared to other schools, Virginia Tech does not include a lot of non-STEM students. It …

Giving Voice To The Voiceless

– By Samuel Moore-Sobel “It’s to make a difference in someone else’s life,” Wendy Melcher, coordinator at McLean Bible Church’s Loudoun Campus, tells me when I ask the source of her motivation. “It’s to see them smile.” I first met …

Seeking Child Advice

– By Michael Oberschneider, Psy.D. Dr. Mike, Our daughter, who is a sophomore in high school, is furious with us for not allowing her go to beach week this year with her boyfriend who is graduating from high school in …

Amy and Dan Smith’s Planning for Life: Choosing a Fiduciary

The choice of an executor or trustee is very important and will likely have long range consequences. Family wounds can linger for years from a mistake or unwise conduct of the person in charge of the estate or trust. An …

Just Like Nothing (Else) on Earth: The Stone House

At Harper Park – By Tim Jon No – they don’t serve fresh oysters here, there are no wi-fi hook-ups, and there is no Happy Hour; from what I hear, though – this little place used to jump and swing …

Charles Murray’s Middlebury Melee

“Earthrise”, photo taken from Apollo 8 by Bill Anders on Christmas Eve, December 24, 1968. By Tony Noerpel On March 2, 2017, the appearance of Charles Murray at Middlebury College in Vermont caused a small riot [1]. The media blamed …

Earth System and Paleoclimate Change

In a new paper Owen Gaffney and Will Steffen [1], present a high order abstraction of the Earth System, E, in the form This is fine as an abstraction and shows the subsystems which impact the Earth System. The authors …

Student News

Congratulations, Class of 2016

6 Jul 2016

Woodgrove High School’s Class Of 2016 Graduation – By Amanda Clark On June 16, Woodgrove’s Class of 2016 was the 5th graduating class to walk the stage and accept their diploma. The ceremony was filled with anticipation as the chorus, …

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Buckland Earns Degree In Medicine

6 Jul 2016

Molly Buckland, D.O., graduated from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine with a degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine on May 28. While at WVSOM, Dr. Buckland received the Dr. Roland P. Sharp President’s Award and the James R. …

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Adams Promoted To Lieutenant

6 Jul 2016

Lt. James Adams, from Sterling and a Potomac Falls Halls Graduate, earned the promotion to the rank of Lieutenant. Adams is a Navy Week and Executive Outreach Planner for the Navy Office of Community Outreach in Millington, Tennessee. U.S. Navy …

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Equality Loudoun [re]Launch

Equality Loudoun [re]Launch
May 3, 2017

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May 4, 2017

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May 5, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

First Friday at the Winery

First Friday at the Winery

Welcome Resident Chef Chris Edwards

Welcome Resident Chef Chris Edwards

TGIF@NG

TGIF@NG

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical
May 6, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

CA$H Bingo

CA$H Bingo

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

Welcome Resident Chef Chris Edwards

Welcome Resident Chef Chris Edwards

Live Music: Pete Lapp

Live Music: Pete Lapp

Notaviva Vineyards - Bluegrass Jam - FREE event

Notaviva Vineyards - Bluegrass Jam - FREE event

Meritage Vertical Tasting

Meritage Vertical Tasting

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical
May 7, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

Nathaniel Davis Live at North Gate VIneyard

Nathaniel Davis Live at North Gate VIneyard

GALLERY COFFEEHOUSE: Readers Theatre, “Savannah Sipping Society”

GALLERY COFFEEHOUSE: Readers Theatre, “Savannah Sipping Society”
May 8, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
May 9, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
May 10, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Blue Sky Puppets: If Pigs Could Fly

Blue Sky Puppets: If Pigs Could Fly

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
May 11, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
May 12, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

CA$H Bingo

CA$H Bingo

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical
May 13, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

Dog Day

Dog Day

Healing Service

Healing Service

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical
May 14, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

Mother's Day Brunch

Mother's Day Brunch

Mother's Day Events at North Gate Vineyard

Mother's Day Events at North Gate Vineyard

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical

Main Street Theater Productions: Seussical
May 15, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
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The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
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The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
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The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
May 19, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

Fourth Friday

Fourth Friday

3rd Annual Corks for a Cause

3rd Annual Corks for a Cause

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose
May 20, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

CA$H Bingo

CA$H Bingo

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose:

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose:

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose
May 21, 2017

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

The Loudoun Sketch Club's Exhibition: "Colors of Loudoun"

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

Pets on Tour! Loudoun County Animal Service Adoption Bus at north Gate Vineyard

Pets on Tour! Loudoun County Animal Service Adoption Bus at north Gate Vineyard

Silk Scarf Painting with Penny Hauffe

Silk Scarf Painting with Penny Hauffe

Stealing Dawn Live at North Gate Vineyard

Stealing Dawn Live at North Gate Vineyard

Gallery Coffeehouse: The Comedy Cult Improv

Gallery Coffeehouse: The Comedy Cult Improv
May 22, 2017

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
May 23, 2017

Coming Up Spring

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May 24, 2017

Coming Up Spring

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Orchestra 2100 presents The Four Seasons of Vivaldi and Piazzolla with Natasha Korsakova

Orchestra 2100 presents The Four Seasons of Vivaldi and Piazzolla with Natasha Korsakova
May 25, 2017

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

Botanicals And Bouquets: Art Reception And Sale

Botanicals And Bouquets: Art Reception And Sale
May 26, 2017

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

CA$H Bingo

CA$H Bingo

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose
May 27, 2017

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring

Teddy Chipouras Live at North Gate Vineyard

Teddy Chipouras Live at North Gate Vineyard

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose

Loudoun Centre Theatre: Footloose
May 28, 2017

Coming Up Spring

Coming Up Spring
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Coming Up Spring

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Coming Up Spring

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Coming Up Spring

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First Friday at the Winery

First Friday at the Winery

TGIF@North Gate Vineyard with Maddy Curtis Live

TGIF@North Gate Vineyard with Maddy Curtis Live
June 3, 2017

CA$H Bingo

CA$H Bingo

Moon Music Live at North Gate Vineyard

Moon Music Live at North Gate Vineyard

Notaviva Vineyards - Bluegrass Jam - FREE event

Notaviva Vineyards - Bluegrass Jam - FREE event
June 4, 2017

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Loudoun Library Card Design Contest Begins Monday, May 22

21 May 2017

Loudoun artists are invited to submit designs for Loudoun County Public Library’s Second Annual Library Card Design Contest has begun, May 22. A panel of judges from the Loudoun County Art Advisory Committee will choose three finalists based on creativity, originality, and message. Artwork or photography submitted should reflect the spirit of Loudoun and the work of Loudoun County Public …

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Weber Joins BCT in Loudoun

21 May 2017

BCT, Bank of Charles Town, of Middleburg is pleased to announce the hiring of Ben Weber, founder and former publisher of the Purcellville Gazette, as their newest Mortgage Loan Originator. “We are pleased that Ben is now part of our growing family, his insight into the growing real estate market and marketing skills will be a great benefit to our …

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Animal Shelter Hosts Homeward Bound Adoption Event on May 20

19 May 2017

Loudoun County Animal Services will host its second annual “Homeward Bound” free pet adoption event from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., on Saturday, May 20 at the Animal Shelter, 39820 Charles Town Pike, Waterford. Adoption fees will be waived on all adoptable cats, kittens, dogs, puppies, small pets and reptiles. While supplies last, adopters will receive a goody bag for …

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Editorial

Priscilla Nabs Plum Planning Commission Post

Appointment Shocks Many On January 3 Supervisor Tony R. Buffington Jr. (R-Blue Ridge) nominated Tom Priscilla for the Loudoun County Planning Commission to represent the Blue Ridge District. Priscilla was …

Op-ed

Opinion: Terrorism, Debt, and China: Oh My!

– By Nick Reid world can be a very dangerous place sometimes, especially for a nation state such as the United States. Although danger is always present, the number and …

Metro Money Mess Pushing West

– By Delegate Dave LaRock (R-33rd) A local paper recently quoted Loudoun Board Chair Phyllis Randall as saying that in her observation “some of the concerns raised by the people …

Dear Editor

Letters for May Issue

Council Moving Forward with People’s Values After two years serving with Mayor Kwasi Fraser in a minority position on the Purcellville Town Council, voters went to the polls in May …

Why Williams Gap Road Should Not Be Paved

Today, most residents of Loudoun County know nothing about Williams Gap, even those living on Williams Gap Road (Route 711). Knowing who “Williams” was, why a gap in the Blue …

View From the Ridge

Envision Loudoun – Bold Action Versus Business-As-Usual

Everyone is talking about it. “Envision Loudoun,” our local government’s effort to reach out to the public for advice on how to rewrite and update the County’s Comprehensive Plan. Officials …

Around Virginia

Transportation: Problem Solving and Promises Kept

– By Delegate Dave LaRock (R-33) Four years ago I came before the voters of the 33rd District, challenging the status quo transportation funding policies that sent our taxes to other parts of the state while leaving us sitting in traffic. I called out projects like the Dulles Rail Project, …

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Rep. Comstock Returns from Bipartisan Congressional Delegation to Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon

Representative Barbara Comstock (R-VA) released the following statement after returning from a bipartisan Congressional Delegation visit to Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon: “As believers around the world observed Holy Week, I appreciated the opportunity to visit and hear from those who serve our fellow man – our military men and women …

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Governor McAuliffe Announces Growth in Solar Industry-Related Jobs

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that Virginia is one of the fastest growing solar job markets in the country. In the Solar Foundation’s National Solar Jobs Census 2016, Virginia is 2nd in the Southeast and tied with Utah for 9th in the U.S. for year-over-year solar job growth. The Commonwealth is ranked …

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Sports

WLVBC U14 Boys Volleyball Wins WLVBC Invitational

3 May 2017

The Western Loudoun Volleyball Club’s U14 Boys team won the inaugural WLVBC Invitational Tournament held Saturday, April 15 at Foxcroft School.  The team went 4-0 on the day, winning first place against WLVBC U15 boys team in a three-set match 25-19, 22-25 and 15-11. The team reached the Gold Bracket …

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Cannons in the Batter’s Box for Second Season

3 May 2017

– By Andrea Gaines This year marks the Purcellville Cannons’ 2nd season in Purcellville. Baseball fans, rejoice. “If I could identify one thing that I hope to accomplish this year,” said General Manager Ridge Fuller, “it would be to sustain the level of community support we got in 2016. To …

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