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- A Challenge for Garza: Excessive Homework 0 comments
- Letter to the Editor: Better Safe Than Sorry 0 comments
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- Its Time for a “Place” 0 comments
- Great Falls Grange to Reopen on March 7 0 comments
- Fairfax County Supervisors Defer Decision on Salary Adjustment
- Its Time for a “Place”
- Great Falls Grange to Reopen on March 7
- Schools to Expand by $856 Million
- Great Falls Outlook: Facing Hot Issues
- Great Falls: Langley Girls' Basketball Team on a Roll
- Lady Saxons Hold Skills Tournament for Special Olympians
- When Dad (or Mom) Is High School Sports Coach
- Langley Boys’ Basketball Enters 2014-15 with Increased Depth
- Rugby Fundraiser Held in Great Falls
- A Challenge for Garza: Excessive Homework
- Letter to the Editor: Better Safe Than Sorry
- Letter: Colonel’s Modesty
- Editorial: Baby Steps, Not Enough
- Letter: Volunteer for the Games
- Puller Will Not Seek Re-election
- McLean Residents Air Concerns to Legislators
- Looking Forward: Great Falls 2015
- Kathleen Murphy wins 34th District
- Parisot: Running with Purpose
To the Editor: This letter is in response to a recent letter to the editor in opposition to Fairfax County's Fall Cankerworm (FCW) spraying program.
Letter to the Editor
To the Editor: I learned in your obituary of Col. Pete Hilgartner, last week, that for service in Vietnam he earned the Silver Star - the third-highest military combat decoration, awarded for gallantry to a small fraction of a percent of Soldiers and Marines.
The Great Falls Historical Society, founded in 1977, is a relatively young organization with memories of teams of volunteers working on substantial historical accomplishments together – memories often buried or lost, but that occasionally return to view.
National Grange president comes to Great Falls Grange on march 11.
The newly renovated, handicap-accessible Grange will be reopened on March 7 at 10 a.m., during the Great Falls Farmers Market. John Foust, and Fairfax County Park Authority officials will be present to welcome a new era of community activity and cut the ribbon on the newly renovated facility.
Capital Improvement Plan approved, rising enrollment causes concerns about classroom space.
Five more school buildings and renovations for several existing ones may be approved by 2020. The Fairfax County School Board approved the $856 million Capital Improvement Program (CIP) at the Jan. 22 meeting to set priority on the projects the school system wants done in the next five years.