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A Kinsale Wedding: Happiness After Hardship

As Cople District Volunteer Fire Department’s fire siren wailed its banshee cry through the skies of Kinsale, shortly after 4 p.m. on May 31, the bride winced visibly. She was obviously NOT resigned at the thought that her Fire Chief groom, J.B. Butler, would be dashing off to rescue...

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Extending Your Year in the Garden with Fall Blooms

In the fall palate of gardens, there is always the dependable beautiful flush of maroon, rust and gold of mums. These plants are readily available in hardy forms to repeat their blooms year after year. They need to be cared for with regular watering and mulching to be successful in...

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Burkes Celebrates 45 Years

Dorothy and Fred Burke, Sr. didn’t realize they were establishing a Northern Neck tradition back in August of 1969. They had a vision for their new company. They wanted to offer quality items and service to their friends and neighbors. They did just that when they opened the doors of...

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The Man Cave Manifesto

Where can a man go to find refuge from an increasingly demanding world, a natural habitat where he can indulge his man customs and let his mind roam or rest without judgment or revision?

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The Art of War

Near the mouth of Dymer Creek strange and wonderful creatures stalk the shallows. On stilt-like legs they seemingly bob and pirouette—abstract forms of canvas and driftwood sporting elongated beaks, arms, feet and hands painted in bright crayon colors—pleasing contrasts to the...

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