Tuesday Morning Rundown

by Karen Goff March 1, 2016 at 9:00 am 2 Comments

Roll Royce HQ at Reston Town Center

Good Showing At States — South Lakes High School indoor track teams finished the season by breaking two school records at the 6A State Championship Feb. 27-28 in Norfolk. Golden Kumi-Darfour, Olivia Beckner, Sarah Wolfe and Sophie Halkett ran a 9:30.27 (fifth place) in the 4×800 meter relay. That broke the school record of 9:32.03 set by the foursome in January. Devyn Jones ran a 8.39 in the finals of the 55 meter hurdles, breaking her own school record of 8.40, also set in January.

Winter Is Not Over — It may snow Thursday night. [Capital Weather Gang]

Honor For Duck Donuts — Duck Donuts, which has an outlet on Elden Street in Herndon, made Thrillist’s list of the “Best Donut Shops in America.” [Thrillist]

No School Today — Just a reminder, it is a student holiday for Fairfax County Public Schools Tuesday for the 2016 Presidential Primary. [Reston Now]

County Executive Talks Budget — Fairfax County Executive Ed Long was online Thursday to answer questions from citizens about the FY 2017 budget. [Fairfax County]

  • Mike M

    I cast my vote this morning. The only folks outside the polling place were a very nice GOP party rep and a young man for Kasich. The Kasich guy asked, “Can we count on your support for John Kasich this morning?” I said yes! He looked stunned! I am hoping that a lot of Democrats will go Kasich over the Socialist (nice guy that he is), and that presumptuous freight train of blind ambition.

    • Chuck Morningwood

      I could vote for Kasich. I don’t think he stands a snowballs chance in summer of winning, and likely will drop out on Wednesday. Still, if he makes it to the Big Show, I would definitely consider him.


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