NextEra donates to New Pathways

by JEFF SAYCulpeper Times NextEra Resources is helping New Pathways fast track students into the workforce. NextEra, a solar energy provider new to the Culpeper area, recently made a $5,000 donation to New Pathways to help students get a start on their career and...

Fincher named LB Henretty award winner

by JEFF SAYCulpeper Times The Culpeper Chamber of Commerce named Leon Fincher as the LB Henretty award winner at the annual banquet Nov. 8. Fincher, the owner of Precision Machine Works, and a member of New Pathways helped create the machinist training school located...

Culpeper machinist school attracting global attention

by ALLISON BROPHY CHAMPIONCulpeper Star Exponent Technical education training is returning this fall to the George Washington Carver School campus in Culpeper County, and it’s gaining attention from global industry leaders. Former Culpeper County Administrator Frank...

Investing in the workforce of tomorrow

by ALLISON BROPHY CHAMPIONCulpeper Star Exponent Burgeoning vocational trade programs on the George Washington Carver School campus in Culpeper County just received a tremendous financial boost. Included in the recent round of $1.1 million in GO Virginia state grants...

Forging New Pathways

By MARLA MCKENNACulpeper Star Exponent Leon Fincher didn’t expect to see his name on the building that houses Culpeper’s new machinist school. “Having my name on this building is a big surprise, probably the greatest honor I’ve had in my life,” Fincher said Friday, as...