‘Valley’s Rise Above & Recovery Walk’ happening Saturday at Page County High School
PAGE COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) - “Knowledge is prevention,” Andrea Goode, who is a part of Saturday’s event, said. Goode said she is in recovery herself and is excited to be able to have this event in Page County for those needing resources or for people who want to celebrate their journeys to recovery.
Capt. Owens receives Law Enforcement Medal from Sons of the American Revolution
~ Press release provided by Randy Atkins, on behalf of Sons of the American Revolution. At its September meeting, the Fort Harrison Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution presented Captain Stevie Owens a Law Enforcement Commendation and Medal. Captain Owens began his law enforcement career in 2005, and for the last 18 years has served this community with a standard of service, devotion, and dedication that is second to none. All of Captain Owens’ time has been served with the Page County Sheriff’s [Office].
Martin leads Panthers to sweep of Generals
SHENANDOAH, Sept. 28 — With a key Bull Run District win over Mt. View Thursday night, the Page County Panthers now sit just two games behind a four-way tie for second place. The three-set sweep of the Generals left the Panthers at 3-5 in the Bull Run, while Luray, Rapp, Madison and Clarke all sit at 5-3. Page has six district matches remaining.
'CyberTip' leads to arrest of Page County man
LURAY, Va. – A Stanley man has been arrested for an online crime involving children. On September 20, the Page County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) Criminal Investigations Division received a CyberTip indicating that there were images and/or videos, determined to be illicit images of children, uploaded or downloaded from a residence in Page County.
Stanley man arrested on child porn charges, Page County Sheriff’s Office says
PAGE COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) - The Page County Sheriff’s Office says a man has been arrested after they received a CyberTip. According to the Sheriff’s Office, on September 20, they received a CyberTip, which is a report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, alleging that there were images or videos, determined to be child pornography, uploaded or downloaded from a home in Page County.
Shutdown would hurt communities around Shenandoah National Park
RICHMOND — With the leaves about to turn multiple hues in the Blue Ridge Mountains, October is prime time for The Hillside Motel, nestled near the entrance to the Shenandoah National Park at Thornton Gap in Page County. Almost all of the motel’s 19 rooms are booked every weekend...
Prep scores: Sept. 28
Central 3, Clarke County (25-15, 25-11, 25-22) Leaders: Central: Peyton DiNardo 18 kills, seven digs, Bailey Sheetz 31 assists, four aces, Hadley Witherow nine kills, Kristen Hockman 11 digs, Stella Good four kills, three blocks. Madison County 3, Strasburg 0 (26-24, 25-23, 25-15) Skyline 3, Meridian 1. Warren County 3,...
‘Rise to Recovery Walk’ hopes to bring awareness to community drug issues this Saturday at PCHS
LURAY, Sept. 27 — Taylor Alger knows the impacts of addiction on a family, and she’s willing to share her story in order to help others. Andrea Good, John Winslow and Joy Lorien will also share similar stories this Saturday, Sept. 30 at Page County’s inaugural “Rise to Recovery Walk” at Page County High School.
Group seeks help protecting river
September 27, 1990 — Labeling themselves as everyday, ordinary people, The Friends of the Shenandoah River held an organizational meeting in Page County last week. The non-profit organization, based in Front Royal, has some 150 members and is dedicated to the preservation of the river and its main tributary, the South Fork.
Shenandoah shooter sentenced to life, plus 46 years for murder, wounding and weapons charges
LURAY, Sept. 20 — Last Wednesday, Scott Simandl was sentenced to a total of life, plus 46 years after a jury found him guilty in May of shooting a father and son at his residence near Shenandoah in July 2022. “Today, justice was served,” Page County Sheriff Chad Cubbage...
PVN airs second ‘debate’ in four-part series on 2023 election in Page County
LURAY, Sept. 27 — Today, Page Valley News is publishing the second of four planned “debates” among candidates in contested races in Page County on its new YouTube channel. This debate focuses on the race for the District 2 seat on the Page County Board of Supervisors. However, only independent candidate Paula Kibler showed up for the Sept. 20 recording at Laurel Ridge’s Jenkins Hall in Luray one week ago.
Generals ready to take next step against Craig County
QUICKSBURG -- Mountain View head football coach Kyle Kokkonen saw his team take a step forward last week, even if it was a disappointing loss. The Generals play at Craig County on Friday, and are coming off a tough 38-22 loss to rival Page County. The Generals, who are playing an independent schedule this season as they rebuild the program, led in the third quarter and outgained the Panthers in the contest.
Dawson Richards INT for Page County named Rockingham Insurance Top Play from Week 5
Dawson Richards comes up with an interception against Mountain View on Sept. 22, 2023.
Police chief responds to rumors and remarks during Cubbage v. Cubbage election race in Page County
LURAY, Va. – The year 2023 brought with it a new election cycle for the position of Page County Sheriff. It's a political race that, so far, has been ... unique. And, as November 7 draws near, even more contentious.
September 26, 1889 — The store house of Mr. Martin Strickler at Leaksville was entered last Saturday night and robbed, and afterwards an attempt was made to burn it, in order to conceal the burglary the safe in the store was blown open, and the work shows it to be that of a professional, as drill and powder were both used with skill.