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The U.S. military on Saturday began dropping food over the war-torn enclave. Costly and inefficient, delivering humanitarian aid by air is no substitute for delivering it by land, aid groups say.
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  • The legacy of Farmville civil rights icon Barbara Rose Johns is one step closer to becoming a national monument… An effort in the General Assembly to limit local opposition to solar projects has failed, and Jeff Schapiro joins us for a review of this week in the session… We profile an artist whose work will soon be on display in the Valley, where he was born and raised….
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Spring Drive is set for March 16 - 22
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Kathy Moran Wealth Group is once again partnering with WMRA during this spring drive to help "Feed a Family". When you give $120 or more you can select our "Feed a Family" thank you gift and unlock an additional $10 donation to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, courtesy of Kathy Moran Wealth Group. That extra donation will provide 40 meals in one week.
WMRA’s March Books & Brews will feature Samuel Halpern discussing, Wellsprings of Work: Surprising Sources of Meaning and Motivation in Work, 7pm Tuesday, March 12, at Pale Fire Brewing in Harrisonburg.
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