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Hubert Charles Goff of 898 Chapel Hill Rd., Charlottesville, Va., lost his battle with Cancer on October 3, 2019, surrounded by family and friends.

After two episodes of tense reunions and fireside farewells, the big war that's been coming since the first episode of "Game of Thrones" begins this Sunday. And though some fans have grown impatient with the season-long "sitzkreig" that's seen more conversations in the crypt than actual action, there's reason for viewers to dread the long-awaited arrival of the Night King's forces at ...

Earlier this week, we remembered the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., who will be forever revered as one of our nation’s finest civil rights leaders and advocates for equality.

STAUNTON — What is better than a beautiful, sunny, warm Sunday afternoon with friends and family sampling local food and beer? When the purchase of that sampling benefits a local organization helping families battling pediatric cancers.

STAUNTON — The Virginia Food Truck Battle is back to benefit The MaDee Project for the third year. This year, 18 food trucks from the area will fight to be named the favorite. The Virginia Food Truck Battle will be at the Frontier Culture Museum on Sunday, Sept. 3.

WAYNESBORO — The day is about the men and women who sacrificed all to protect the freedoms each and every person in the United States enjoys. It’s about honoring and remembering those who died on the battlefield, from Lexington, Mass., to Fallujah, Iraq, and Helmund Province, Afghanistan.

After this November’s elections, Democrats understandably wrung their hands and asked where they’d gone wrong. Surely the Democrats had gone wrong in some way, but many also went wrong in diagnosing the problem.

Wars are bad. Killing, harming and destroying are meritorious endeavors until a war is over. The Civil War was beyond bad. According to the eminent English military historian John Keegan, “the war had inflicted more than a million casualties, of whom 200,000 had been killed in battle.

Twenty-four food trucks will take over the Frontier Culture Museum on Sunday for the Virginia Food Truck Battle & Beer Competition. People may sample food, beer, listen to music and visit the children’s entertainment tables to benefit The MaDee Project. This is the second year of the battle; it’s expanded and improved to better fit the crowd of people.

As we all go through life, each of us are faced with countless situations that appear to be impossible and yet in spite of every one of them, …

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