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Missionary, Adventurer, and Activist

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William Henry Sheppard: Missionary, Adventurer, and Activist

Born less than a week after the American Civil War Battle of Waynesboro in March 1865, William Henry Sheppard is the most notable native of Waynesboro. Both erudite and religious he had a sense of adventure that led him as a missionary to Africa where he laid witness...

Billy Graham’s Daughter will be Keeper of the Flame

WAYNESBORO — Wednesday was a day of reflection for Ruth Graham (far right in photo) as she thought about the death of her father, the world's most famous evangelist, Rev. Billy Graham. Ruth Graham, a Waynesboro resident since 2000 and Shenandoah Valley resident since...

Vince McMahon at Fishburne Military School

Ask any professional wrestling fan who Vince McMahon is, they all will surely know.  But not many people know that Vince McMahon, the professional wrestling promoter and CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment who was once listed in Forbes being personally worth more...