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Airport director seeks support for reliable air service

  Frustrated by what are irregular, truncated and canceled flight schedules provided by Via Airlines, Greenbrier Valley Airport Director Stephen Snyder offered an update in a presentation to the Greenbrier County Commission during a Tuesday afternoon meeting. “Not having a reliable air service provider, which only offers a 67 percent completion rate, has a direct bearing on our county and is not what we contracted for,” he said. “The time has come for an elected official reaction.” Snyder asked the commission to draft a letter to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), as an official validation for a remedy to Greenbrier County’s urgent need for reliable air service. Without More...

by Peggy MacKenzie | Published 7 days ago

Greenbrier East FFA members receive American FFA Degree

By GEHS FFA students The Star State and American Degree Evaluation Team meet with Colton Phillips, Greenbrier East FFA. He was selected as the Star American Farmer for WV and competed More...

Thanks to our community for helping us renovate FFA Ham Stand

  By GEHS FFA students   FFA Members volunteering at the ham stand – Tiersa Helvey and Grace Sealey   As a lot of you know, the Greenbrier East FFA organization More...

Email phishing scam targets West Virginia

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey alerted employers to an email phishing scam that has already targeted two entities in southern West Virginia. Staff members, in More...

Greenbrier Real Estate Service expands to reach Pocahontas Co.

  Cheryl Dean and Greg Allman of Greenbrier Real Estate Service Greg Allman, broker of Greenbrier Real Estate Service, recently opened an office in Pocahontas County and has More...

Green Grocer honors partners

  Dawn and Billy Painter The Alderson Green Grocer would like to salute Billy and Dawn Painter for two years of tireless work as partners and operators of the Sunnyside More...

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Chocolate Festival tickets on sale now

  The 11th annual Lewisburg Chocolate Festival will take place on Saturday, Apr. 8, from 11...

Old Crow Medicine Show to perform at State Fair

Officials have announced that Old Crow Medicine Show will perform Thursday, Aug. 17, at the 93rd...

Irish Pub to host food locker fundraiser

  The Lewisburg-Fairlea Food Locker invites the community to a fundraiser at the Irish Pub in...

East stays ahead of Riverside

  By Mark Robinson (Photo by Mark Robinson)Evan Canterbury puts up a shot in East’s game against Riverside More...

Wrestler of the Week 2.18.17

  GEHS Name: Zach Mullins Grade: Freshman G.P.A.: 3.125 Parents: Carrie Chapman and John Chapman Record: 37-11 (19 Pins) Highlight: Greenbrier..

West girls defeat Richwood

  (Photo by Mark Robinson) Kenley Posten takes off with another steal in the second half of West’s game against Richwood..

American Legion announces Educator of the Year Award

  American Legion Department Commander Sherman Baxa (left), Educator of the Year Dr. Lyn Guy, and Department More...

Historic Civil War site protected by West Virginia Land Trust

  The West Virginia Land Trust recently purchased property at Camp Bartow, a Civil War site in Pocahontas County, scene of..

WSS Library to hold Valentine Topiary workshop

  The White Sulphur Springs Public Library is partnering with Gillespie’s Flowers & Productions to offer a hands-on Valentine topiary workshop..

West Virginia Scholar application now available

  West Virginia Wesleyan College, in conjunction with MetroNews, announces the beginning of the 10th annual West Virginia Scholar Program for..

Notice of Election

  There will be an election held in the City of Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, on Tuesday, June 13, 2017,..

Deeds

Randy Gilliam and Della Gilliam, Elizabeth Dixon to Becky Phillips, Lot #67, Drewery Meadow Addition, Town of White Sulphur Springs Sherry..

Photo of the Week: Swordfight!

  (Photo by Mark Robinson) Matthew Morrello, 8 (left), Sam Morrello, 9 (right background) and James Tilley, 10, (right foreground), engage..

Where did all West Virginia’s money go?

By Christopher J. Regan The West Virginia Capitol is a crime scene. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been stolen. So..

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