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Worrell sentenced to 70 years

Former school finance director will serve 2 years and 8 months

It was a fight to the finish with three hours of exhibits, charts, summaries, witnesses examination and cross examination and lots of emotional posturing between Commonwealth’s Attorney Dean Atkins representing Colonial Beach School Board and Mark Gardner, attorney for Barbara Worrell. Atkins and Gardner showcased experts in accounting and psychology as well as the current CB School Board Chairman, family members and friends of Worrell, each attempting to sway Judge Joseph Ellis’ sentencing decision.

Read more: Worrell sentenced to 70 years

CB’s Mitchell reports on Chesapeake Bay Act Phase III requirements

There is a balancing act that takes place under Director of Planning and Zoning Gary Mitchell’s purview between the needs and wants of waterfront property owners and the town’s responsibility to fulfill the mandates contained in the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act.  
The Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act was adopted by the Virginia General Assembly in 1988 to guide and assist localities in an effort to preserve and enhance water quality in the Chesapeake Bay through land use decisions.  Currently, Phase III of the Bay Act requires all 84 local governments subject to its provisions to enact ordinances

Read more: CB’s Mitchell reports on Chesapeake Bay Act Phase III requirements

Principal cuts ribbon on new modpods

 

Colonial Beach School Superintendent Donna Power, School Board Chair Tim Trivett, and Elementary School Principal Kevin Newman took center stage on Wednesday, Jan. 19, to officiate at a ribbon cutting ceremony at the newly installed modpod unit at the elementary school. Newman cut the ribbon to the entrance to the modpod in front of a crowd of approximately 45 town officials and residents.

 

Read more: Principal cuts ribbon on new modpods

Drifters win No. Neck District Scholastic Bowl

Drifter kids are smart — in fact they now hold the district title for scholastics. On Wednesday, Jan. 12, during high school academic competition, Colonial Beach defeated Washington & Lee 185-95 to win the Northern Neck District (NND) Scholastic Bowl Tournament.  
On Saturday, Feb. 5, at 10 a.m., at Colonial Beach High School, the Drifters will represent the NND as the No. 1 seed, while Rappahannock, who defeated Lancaster 200-95, will be seeded second at the Region A Scholastic Bow Tournament.
Individual honorees for the tournament included the following students: First team – Anne Self (W&L), Caleb Gallagher (RHS), Jeremiah Brown (CBHS) and Tierney Mays (CBHS). Second team – Emma Hollowell (LHS), Will Perkins (LHS), Brad Daiger (W&L) and Andrea Walker (RHS). Co-coaches of the year are Vick Favazza (EHS) and Veronica Reynolds (CBHS).
 

CBES Mrs. Dowling's 1st Grade Class given special award

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