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We hurt ourselves

The new EDA Executive Director and the new EDA Board with its expertise and all the other residents of Front ...
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Thank you, Doug Stanley!

I want to share my personal sentiments about our County Administrator, Mr. Doug Stanley. Mr. Stanley is a personal friend ...
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Historical Impeachments

Watching the Senate hearings over the past weeks I am happy to see historical arguments being made by both sides ...
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Jesus in Valentine’s Day

Dear Editor, Valentine’s Day is now upon us, and of course, the central theme is Love. It is the showing ...
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OPINION: A new low in Front Royal politics

Wow – hard to explain the new low in Front Royal politics. One only need review the video of Monday ...
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OPINION: Matt ‘The Hack’ Tederick and the rest of the Town Circus Act

I know, it has been several weeks since my last article. I was hoping that providing Front Royal senior staff ...
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Letter to Mayor and Town Council

To: Mayor Eugene Tewalt and Members of the Front Royal Town Council We are writing in response to the report ...
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OPINION: Leave it to Matt Tederick to confuse – and council to follow

First, he felt he discovered a $12 million fund that he wanted spent because to him, we had an excess ...
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Colonial family cemeteries retain early immigrant history

Colonial Virginia churchyards were not always the first preferences for burials. The custom was to bury the dead at home ...
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War Powers

My last article dealt with the growing crisis with Iran and the history of American presidents using missile attacks on ...
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Second Amendment Rally in Richmond

I attended the rally and was filled with pride and excitement being among so many great Americans and Virginia Patriots! ...
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Good luck Joe

The Town of Front Royal lost a good man when Joe Waltz left as town manager. I had the pleasure ...
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Martin Luther King Jr.’s enduring legacy: ‘Beyond Vietnam’

Sometimes words remain appropriate, not only for the era in which they are spoken, but for multiple eras, and perhaps ...
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Commentary: Can’t we do better than this? – State of Emergency as armed protesters head for Richmond

As Royal Examiner and myriad news agencies across the Commonwealth and nation reported, on January 15 based on what is ...
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New Special Grand Jury needed

With the announcement of charges against Mr. Poe being dropped by the new Prosecutor, the lack and complete absence of ...
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Missile Attacks

If anyone was hoping for a calmer more peaceful decade, then surely by now they are disappointed. With just a ...
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A Christmas poem for our troops

TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, HE LIVED ALL ALONE, IN A ONE BEDROOM HOUSE MADE OF PLASTER AND STONE. I ...
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2019 Silent Ideas

How do college students mentally “wrestle with a wide range of ideas” when they prevent those ideas from being expressed? ...
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Historical Christmas II

Christmas is the time of year when everyone seems a little happier and are a little nicer to each other ...
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Second Amendment Sanctuary

I couldn’t contain my amusement from afar when Warren County became a Second Amendment Sanctuary, particularly as local Democrats regurgitated ...
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