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Two Loudoun Artifacts Make Endangered List

Two historical objects maintained by the Loudoun Museum and the Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum have been named among Virginia’s Top 10 Endangered Artifacts for 2021 by the Virginia Association of Museums. A ledger from the Aldie Mill at the Loudoun Museum and a manure spreader at Sterling’s Heritage Farm...
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Book Burning Proposed in America?

There’s a political push by Republicans, self-identified MAGA Moms, accompanied by a smaller number of Yahoo Dads, who are showing up at local school boards, to foment and shout demands for an array of questionable public policies. They want protective masks outlawed in our public schools, and oppose virus...
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Loudoun Lens: Reader-submitted snow photos

Loudouners share their photos from Monday's snow storm. Please purchase a subscription to read our premium content. If you have a subscription, please log in or sign up for an account on our website to continue.
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Photo Gallery: Old Man Winter Visits Loudoun

Great photographs that capture the sheer beauty of Loudoun. I can’t think of a more picturesque county. Doug Graham is an extremely talented photographer. He produced these marvelous photographs in short order. Thanks for sharing. Happy New Year Loudoun!
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Loudoun Author Cullen Shannon Has a Schema

When Cullen Shannon imagines, he imagines big—world-changing inventions, the fall and return of civilization, and a trilogy of books planned in meticulous detail from the outset. “I basically promise you something that’s equivalent to the wheel, or electricity, or the internet, and I’m hoping that I delivered on that...
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Taylor, The Mellons, Politicians, And High Society Surrounded Him While Horses, History, And Open Countryside Grounded Him

A look back inside John Warner’s life in the Piedmont. Horses — and the land they live on. These are the magnets that draw people to the Virginia Piedmont. Those who belong to the fox hunting clan — plus lovers of open spaces — have been lured from various backgrounds to this corner of the Commonwealth. They include politicians, actors, Olympians, plus horse, history and farm enthusiasts.
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