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  • Letter: Community Foundation Has Different Tools To Help Link Faces of Loudoun

    Letter: Community Foundation Has Different Tools To Help Link Faces of Loudoun0

    • LTEs
    • September 4, 2018

    Dear Editor, In our backyard, there are two families who are likely to never meet.  The first just lost the transmission in their car and depend upon three jobs to make ends meet. Thankfully, there are a number of nonprofit organizations that will help them stretch their dollars until they are back on the feet. 

  • Letter From Purcellville Mayor Kwasi Fraser

    Letter From Purcellville Mayor Kwasi Fraser0

    Over the past few months, the town of Purcellville, Virginia has come into the spotlight with a number of incidents involving its police chief, town manager, and other town staff. The town manager, Robert Lohr, was terminated after 24 years by the town council due to a lack of confidence in his work performance. The

  • Virginia SUDEP Awareness Day – 12 July 20170

    In 2014, the Virginia General Assembly passed House Joint Resolution 98, establishing July 12th to be recognized as Virginia SUDEP Awareness Day. The resolution was agreed upon after Khristin Kyllo, a 19 year old Vienna resident, lost her life to SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy) in 2011. We too know the anguish of losing