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This letter is to Supervisor Caleb Kershner (R-Catoctin) regarding your answer to the Loudoun Times-Mirror on whether you believe the Confederate monument in front of the county courthouse in Leesburg is appropriate in 2020 America and if you support removing and/or relocating it. I want to …

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Supervisor Kershner, your suggestion that the Confederate statue on Loudoun’s courthouse grounds is “solely a tribute placed by loving family members to remember their fallen” is incredulous. If that was the sole purpose of the statue, it would have been placed in Union Cemetery, near their …

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We know a lot more now than we did in March when we started dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. We also know that it has always been “easier to criticize than it is to create” and many people have used this opportunity to criticize the steps taken by Gov. Ralph Northam (D). It’s also very di…

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For many Americans, “space” means leaving the Earth’s atmosphere and exploring the galaxy. They think of this weekend’s SpaceX launch. Or going where no one has gone before on “Star Trek.”

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In these sad and anxious times, it is difficult to focus on the future. Despite the challenges, however, our county government continues to move forward as best as it can on important long-term issues, including the fate of Loudoun’s rapidly diminishing rural areas.

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In 1863, Abraham Lincoln gave our war-torn nation one of the mightiest speeches ever delivered. The Gettysburg address commemorated those who gave their “last full measure of devotion,” at a time when our nation was ripping itself apart. In his eulogy on the slain president two years later, …

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The outpouring of community support for local restaurants has been nothing short of amazing. So many people have found their own way to help so many of our local restaurants. To see such a strong community help in so many ways is heartwarming and gives me hope for the changes that must come.

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On Saturday, March 28, my father took a calculated risk. After two weeks of silent restlessness, the inevitable need for a grocery run had arrived. The Clorox spray, decade-old gloves from beneath the bathroom sink and masks bought during the swine flu outbreak of 2009 are the main soldiers …

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"We had a life before Auschwitz, and we had a life afterward. Living, suffering, loving people--it's all part of a life. What I am saying is, one goes on. Life goes on, and one goes on. One has to stay as decent and caring as one can. And because the Nazis were rotten, you don't have to beco…

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Real-time social media posts and menus from local businesses operating pickup and delivery services through the coronavirus shutdown. Call 703-777-1111 to add your business.

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