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Har·ri·son·burg

 (hăr′ĭ-sən-bûrg′)
An independent city of north-central Virginia northwest of Charlottesville. It is a processing center in an agricultural region.
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Caption: Customers at Rocking R Hardware in Harrisonburg, Virginia, are easily drawn to the birding department.
A limited-scope review was performed in the Blacksburg--Christiansburg--Radford, Virginia, MSA; Charlottesville, Virginia, MSA; the Harrisonburg, Virginia, MSA; the Kingsport--Bristol--Bristol, Tennessee--Virginia, MSA; the Washington--Arlington--Alexandria, District of Columbia--Virginia--Maryland--West Virginia, Metropolitan Division; the Burlington, North Carolina, MSA; the Fayetteville, NorthCarolina, MSA; the Goldsboro, NorthCarolina, MSA; the Greenville, North Carolina, MSA; the Hickory--Lenoir--Morganton, North Carolina MSA; the Raleigh, North Carolina, MSA; and the Winston--Salem, NorthCarolina, MSA.
Each day, he doggedly pedals the rocky hills near Harrisonburg, Virginia, such as those at Massanutten Mountain, or those leading to the 4,200-foot peak of Reddish Knob in the George Washington National Forest.
Before starting the farm, Haushalter had spent her career as a special needs teacher, then a school administrator, and then a campus pastor at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. As she watched others struggle with stressful life events, and she worked to cope with her own sister's death from cancer, Haushalter began looking for natural ways to soothe life's trials and anxieties.
She is survived by her brother James Burns of Thompson, Connecticut.Phyllis was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1928 and lived in Newington, Connecticut until her high school graduation in 1946 where she was voted "cutest" and known for her "sunny disposition." She graduated Madison College in Harrisonburg, Virginia with a Bachelor of Science in Education in 1950 and then worked in the chemistry laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital.
In a September 3 report, the Washington Times quoted Scott Kizner, superintendent of schools in Harrisonburg, Virginia, who said of the increase of children in his district who are here illegally: "It challenges us every day.
Gray identified the stations as KNDX/KXND in Bismarck/Minot, North Dakota; KXII in Sherman, Texas; KEVN/KIVV in Rapid City, South Dakota; WSVF in Harrisonburg, Virginia; WBKO in Bowling Green, Kentucky; WCAV in Charlottesville, Virginia; WOVA in Parkersburg, West Virginia; and KIIT in North Platte, Nebraska
SRI, an independent, non-profit research institute, has completed the final stage of expansion of its 40,000 square feet research and development facility in Harrisonburg, Virginia, it was reported on Friday.
HARRISONBURG, Virginia (TAP) - Mitt Romney, theUS Republican presidential candidate, has said his secretly-filmed remarks dismissing 47% of Americans as government dependants were "completely wrong".
Andrew Witmer is Assistant Professor of History at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Prior to joining Eastern, Jamie Rogovin was the founding partner of Little Giants Productions, a music production company based in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Conference: "Mennonite/s Writing VI: Solos and Harmonies," March 29-April \, 2012,, at Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, Virginia. Proposals for scholarly papers, creative writing presentations, and panels are sought for the sixth in a series of conferences on Mennonite writing in the U.S., Canada, and beyond.