Via Airline’s reliability still a question mark

Via Airlines is on a tight leash with the Greenbrier Valley Airport Authority (GVAA), according to Airport Director Stephen Snyder at the board meeting on Tuesday. Snyder expressed considerable doubt the airline will be able to keep its commitments as promised over the long haul. “There is reason for concern,” he said. Snyder told the GVAA board he has learned Via Airlines is making various other commitments to resort cities, including Branson, MO. Snyder also noted that though NCAA season is winding down, he doubted Via would discontinue their commitment to fly basketball teams to games,  referring to Via’s previous use of Greenbrier Valley-committed resources to service basketball teams. More...

by Peggy MacKenzie | Published 5 days ago

Progressive CEOS meet in March

  Lynn Humphreys, hostess and lesson leader, shows off her cake at March Progressive CEOS meeting. Lynn Humphreys was hostess to ten members of the Progressive CEOS when they More...

Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce announces plans for Annual Meeting

  Plans have been finalized for the 2017 Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce annual meeting and dinner at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs on Tuesday, Apr. 4. The More...

Manchin seeks interns for four offices

  During the next few weeks, members of U.S. Senator Joe Manchin’s (D-WV) staff will visit various higher education institutions to speak with students who are interested More...

Board of Realtors holds March meeting

Sherry Tokarz, REMAX Vision Quest realtor and Jerry Forren, executive director WV Real Estate Commission The Greenbrier Valley Board of Realtors met on Thursday, Mar. 16, for their More...

GVEDC to hold community engagement meeting slated April 19

As part of the process of a strategic plan, the Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation (GVEDC) is requesting community input at an informal meeting at the State Fairgrounds More...

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Carnegie Hall presents Indie-Classical ETHEL

Carnegie Hall invites the public to an evening with the post-modern, indie-classical quartet ETHEL, performing their...

Bing Brothers featuring Jake Krack return to Opera House

  Traditional music powerhouse The Bing Brothers featuring Jake Krack will return to The Pocahontas County...

WV Landmarks inspire a Chocolate Showcase by Executive Pastry Chef Amy Mills

  Join Harmony Ridge Gallery in welcoming back the talented Executive Pastry Chef Amy Mills of...

East softball wins opener

  (Photo by Mark Robinson)Greenbrier East’s Emilee Vance pitches the ball to first base for the first More...

Cory Mann replaces Routson as head coach for Spartan baseball team

  By Mason E. Haynes The Spartans baseball team has a solid beginning into their 2017 season and Cory Mann is..

Spartans land astonishing 4-2 victory over Pikeview Panthers

  By Mason E. Haynes The Greenbrier East Spartans landed a decisive win against the Pikeview Panthers Wednesday night. Tensions were..

Shotgun Bingo fundraiser to benefit 4-H shotgun team

  Come out to the State Fairgrounds and help support your local 4-H Shotgun Team on Apr. 8. Pictured: Jonathan More...

The People of Old Stone: The Forgotten Cadet

  By Morgan Bunn The Greenbrier Military Academy was once an integral part of Lewisburg and Greenbrier County. From the 1890s..

Bluebells learn about food cravings, introduce new officers

  At the March gathering held at the home of Brenda and Linda Spencer, Bluebell Garden Club welcomed Shannon Murphy and..

Creative Classroom brings workshop to Ronceverte Elementary

  On Mar. 17, students at Ronceverte Elementary School participated in a workshop via Carnegie Hall Creative Classrooms titled “Through the..

Public Meetings – March 4th, 2017

Ronceverte Parks & Recreation Commission will meet Monday, Mar. 6, at 5:30 p.m. in Ronceverte City Hall. On the agenda: •..

Deeds – March 4th, 2017

Marylee Frances Grimmett and William Ronald Grimmett to William R. Grimmett, Jr. and Caitlin M. Grimmett, 5 Acres, Lewisburg District Marylee..

Old man winter arrives late to the party

Photo of the week – March 18th, 2017 (Sarah Mansheim text/Mark Robinson photo) Winter finally reared its head this week with..

Commentary: At the Capitol

By Phil Kabler For WV Press Association With less than a month remaining in 60-day regular session, House and Senate leaders..
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