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If you listened to the public comment portion of Tuesday’s school board meeting you no doubt took note of the two sides arguing for or against a proposed policy that would codify transgendered students’ rights to use their chosen name and gender pronouns.

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After the CDC on May 13 abruptly updated their guidance on whom should don a mask and when, followed a day later by Gov. Ralph Northam’s corresponding action to allow Virginians to shed their face coverings — if they are fully vaccinated — in most situations, people no doubt began to breathe…

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As we close out another Black History Month – though, as former NFL player and Loudoun County philanthropist Santana Moss said in reporter Nathaniel Cline’s story this week, the contributions, successes and stories of African Americans and their impact on our society should be celebrated eve…

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The District of Columbia is filled with an alphabet soup of police agencies that operate within the city. With the largest number of police officers per capita of any city in the United States, why were there not enough forces at the ready to protect the thousands of people who work in the U…

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We couldn’t help but place our foreheads squarely in our palms Thursday morning at the split screen of President Donald Trump supporters. On one side, crowds in Pennsylvania demanding elections officials “stop the count.” On the other, chants from voters in Arizona declaring “count the vote.”

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Leaders of both major political parties agree on one thing: The presidential election in 2020 is among the most important in American history. Its outcome will shape our government, economy, even our society for the next decade or longer. Your life and that of your relatives, your children a…

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With so much toxicity permeating across the country, Opal Lee’s visit to Loudoun County last week couldn’t have been more timely.

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You could call it a comedy of errors, but the local residents flooding our inboxes and voicemails weren’t laughing.

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There's no magic wand to wave to protect local businesses and the greater economy amid a 100-year pandemic, but Loudoun County's small-town elected officials appear to be doing their best to aid our local entrepreneurs during this unprecedented challenge.

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