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Shirley Hare Shipway, 65, of Strasburg holds a photo of her brother James R. Hare when he enlisted in the US Army at age 19. Hare, who was a Korean POW, has been missing for 62 years and his body was recently found in Korea. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Shirley Hare Shipway, 65, of Strasburg holds a purple star that was presented to her on behalf of of her brother James R. Hare, a Korean POW that been missing for 62 years. Hare's  body was recently found in Korea by using DNA and  was  posthumously received  the purple heart and surviving family  members received the purple star.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Strasburg High School students walk to their buses after school on Tuesday afternoon. Shenandoah county schools held training sessions last week to try and draw in more substitute school bus drivers and  targeted it toward high school seniors, but was also open to the general public. Rich Cooley/Daily
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A line of school buses travel along Sandy Hook Road near Signal Knob Middle School Tuesday afternoon. Shenandoah county schools held training sessions last week to try and draw in more substitute school bus drivers and  targeted it toward high school seniors, but was also open to the general public. Rich Cooley/Daily  Rich Cooley/Daily
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A Strasburg High School student makes his way to his school bus following school dismissal on Tuesday. Shenandoah county schools held training sessions last week to try and draw in more substitute school bus drivers and  targeted it toward high school seniors, but was also open to the general public. Rich Cooley/Daily
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Wayside Theatre board member Bill Sirbaugh answers a question from the audience during Wednesday night's town hall meeting on the future of Wayside Theatre in Middletown.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Wayside Theatre board treasurer Adele Skolits looks over a power point presentation of  a chart of expenses during a Town Hall Meeting last night at the theatre.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Len Sherp of Front Royal poses a question during Wayside Theatre's town hall meeting held Wednesday night in Middletown.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Wayside Theatre board president Dr.  Byron Brill answers a question as Warner Crocker, Wayside Theatre artistic director, stands behind him during the town hall meeting on the future of Wayside Theatre Wednesday night.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Ashley McManus, 18, a senior cadet at Randolph Macon Academy in Front Royal, stands inside the  school's library on Thursday. McManus won a national award, the General Willard Scott  Award,  which is awarded to the top cadet who personifies love of God, country, and service to others. 41 participating military schools can nominate cadets for the award.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Ashley McManus, 18, a senior cadet at Randolph Macon Academy in Front Royal, stands outside Sonner-Payne Hall on the school's campus on Thursday. McManus won a national award, the General Willard Scott  Award,  which is awarded to the top cadet who best personifies love of God, country, and service to others.  41 participating military schools can nominate cadets for the award.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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Warner Crocker, Wayside Theatre artistic director, speaks to the crowd gathered Wednesday night during the town hall meeting on the theatre's future.  Rich Cooley/Daily
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