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Logan Bogert


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Logan Bogert is a reporter for The News Virginian in Waynesboro, Virginia. She loves two things: writing engaging content and having people read it. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia with a bachelor's in mass communications and a concentration in print/online journalism. Logan is currently a board member of the Society of Professional Journalists, Virginia Professional Chapter.



The News Virginian
Waynesboro public health nurse retires after more than 40 years

As a public health nurse with the Central Shenandoah Health District, Pam Coleman focused on family planning, including birth control, pap smears, breast health and STD's. With a total of 43 years between the Augusta, Staunton and Waynesboro Health Departments, Coleman became an infamous advocate for women in the community.

The News Virginian
Fort Defiance senior adds football to her resume

Between extracurriculars, taking college-level classes and athletics, Meredith does it all — which is why no one was surprised last year when the student athlete added football player to her resume.

The Greene County Record
A triumphant return: 'King Philip' of racing fame

Local racing champion Philip Morris won his fifth national championship title in the Whelen All-American series. Morris is now tied for the most national weekly series championships, and has aspirations to break that tie before he concludes his racing career.

The Greene County Record
Buckin' Bronc

Bronc Jessee is a 6-year-old bull riding champion, claiming the International Miniature Bullrider's Association World Finals.

Crime/Courts/Breaking News

The (Charlottesville) Daily Progress
City man convicted in Greene triple murder returns to court

A Charlottesville man convicted in the 2011 shooting deaths of three people in Greene County appeared back in court to determine whether his previous defense counsel failed to call an alibi witness.

Local Government/Politics

The News Virginian
Crossover Day: How did Augusta County legislators do?

Now more than halfway through the 2020 session, delegates from Virginia filed more than 1,700 bills and 828 are moving forward. How many of those came from Augusta County legislators?

The News Virginian
Anti-war supporters gather in Staunton

Days after a U.S. drone strike on a Baghdad airport that killed Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani, about a dozen anti-war supporters gathered Monday at the Augusta County courthouse steps to show opposition to current escalation toward war with Iran.

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