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Today's News

  • Eight Cavaliers notch All-State honors

    4A All-State Honors

    • Sutton Schonfelder: 200 Medley Relay

    • Matthew Davidson: 200 Medley Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay, 100 Freestyle, 100 Backstroke

    • Brian Grimmett: 200 Medley Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay

    • Austin Orange: 200 Medley Relay

    • Connor Sauls: 200 Medley Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay

    • Brendan Murray: 400 Freestyle Relay

    • Tara Enneking: 50 Freestyle

    • Lexi Plogger: 100 Breaststroke

  • Sports Day-ly: Handling Sports Heartbreak

    Heartbreak and sports seem to go hand in hand. If you truly find yourself invested into a particular sports team at some point or another that team will make you want to rip your hair out.
        

    As a guy who grew up outside of Washington D.C. and has been a faithful D.C. sports fan I know heartbreak. In fact, I probably know way too much for someone who has yet to celebrate his 23rd birthday.
        

  • The Raider Challenge

        Raider Challenge is an extra curricular activity for Junior ROTC Cadets that promotes physical fitness as well as responsibility and accountability to a team. 
        Schools around the region host them, usually in the fall so the local unit decided to offer a late winter event at the National D-Day Memorial for those that are interested.  Teams consist of eight or nine Cadets. 

  • Budgets take very different approaches

    By Senator Steve Newman

        This week at Virginia’s Capitol, the House and Senate approved their respective versions of the Commonwealth’s 2018-2020 Biennial Budget.

  • One of the most responsible budgets the House Appropriations Committee has ever produced

    By Delegate Scott Garrett

  • Senate budget is a better approach

    By Senator David Sutterlein

        This week the Virginia Senate and House of Delegates approved their respective versions of the Commonwealth’s 2018-2020 Biennial Budget. There is no perfect budget, but the Senate budget that four Democratic senators and every Republican senator voted to approve is clearly the better approach for the Commonwealth and her taxpayers.

  • House and Senate spending plans starkly different

    By Delegate Kathy Byron

        The seventh week of the 2018 General Assembly session saw both the House and the Senate unveiling their respective versions of Virginia’s Biennial Budgets.  As was the case in 2001, 2004, 2006, and 2014, the two spending plans are starkly different and don’t even agree on how much money Virginia will have to spend over the next two years.

  • Medicaid expansion primary difference between House and Senate budgets

    By Delegate Terry Austin

        Welcome to Week 7 of the Virginia General Assembly – a week in which the House and Senate each rolled out its respective version of the 2019-2020 Biennial Budget. The two versions differ substantially. The difference originates with how each chamber proposes to approach Medicaid expansion, and Medicaid expansion, in turn, has ripple effects throughout the rest of the budget.
        I focus here on the House version of the budget bill because that is the one that I helped assemble.

  • Russian interference in 2016 wasn’t a ‘hoax’

        Special Counsel Robert Mueller recently announced 13 indictments of Russian nationals and companies for their role in subverting our presidential election in a clear effort to elect Donald Trump as president.
        This prompted the Clown-in-Chief to go into one of his patented “tweet storms,” in which he blamed everyone and everything but himself and Russia for his predicament.

  • Not what liberals want

        Rick Howell hasn’t mentioned a thing, lately, about President Donald Trump’s approval rating. I wonder if it’s because he and his fellow left-wingers are not happy with what they are seeing.