Simulated disaster at airport provides first responders valuable training opportunity

By Peggy Mackenzie (Photo by Peggy Mackenzie)Students from Davis Stuart and Greenbrier East and West high schools simulated wounded and dying accident victims on the Greenbrier Valley Airport (GVA) tarmac during Thursday’s multi-department training drill. Surrounded by emergency vehicles, fire trucks and the Greenbrier County Homeland Security mobile emergency operations center, students from Davis Stuart and Greenbrier East and West high schools simulated accident victims on the Greenbrier Valley Airport (GVA) tarmac during Thursday’s multi-department training drill. Included in the exercise were every municipal police department in the county, all fire departments and ambulance units, as More...

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U.S. Senate representative visits local college

Alex Keenan from the U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and Education talks to New River CTC Visiting Instructional Specialist of Line More...

Author of ‘Salt Rising Bread’ speaks at Ronceverte Public Library

Susan Brown co-author of the book, Salt Rising Bread: Recipes and Heartfelt Stories of a Nearly Lost Appalachian Tradition will join us at the Ronceverte Public Library on Sunday, More...

Fort Henry Speaker Series to present ‘The First County Seat at West Liberty’

West Virginia Independence Hall (WVIH) in Wheeling will host the fourth program of the Fort Henry Commemoration Speaker Series in the auditorium at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Apr. More...

Car shoppers warned about online scam

  The Better Business Bureau of Canton Region and Greater West Virginia is alerting consumers nationwide about an online scam that is using the name and address of an out More...

Something’s brewing in the Greenbrier Valley

  By Suzanne Stewart The Pocahontas Times Mountain Media (Photo by Suzanne Stewart)Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company brewer Maggie Hower explains the beer making process. More...

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Girls Gone Wilde

  Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT), the State Professional Theatre of West Virginia, presents the Victorian satire...

Entertainment Calendar – April 22-30

  Art Exhibits: Character in Light: Creating the Memorable from the Mundane by Chuck Almarez, Lobby...

Spotlight shines on GVT Youth

Greenbrier Valley Theatre’s (GVT) Youth Education Program Showcases continue as the GVTweens, GVTeens and GVTeen Conservatory...

Spartans triumph over Shady Spring Tigers in 8-4 victory

  By Mason E. Haynes (Photo by Mason E. Haynes)Spartan no. 15 Hunter Weis swings the bat. Wednesday evening More...

The Greenbrier Classic returns July 2017

  Grounds badges are FREE while they last The Greenbrier Classic will be back for its seventh year July 3-9, when..

West softball dominates Valley

Greenbrier West put together a solid effort from beginning to end Wednesday evening, scoring in every inning except one to take..

100 Years and counting!

  Lions Clubs International turns 100 years old this year and will have a huge celebration at the International More...

Davis Stuart receives Spiritual Life funding

In March, Davis Stuart was presented with a grant award from the Mission Division of First Presbyterian Church, Charleston. Davis Stuart..

The Angel Sisters of Old Stone

  By Morgan Donnally Bunn Have you noticed any changes at the Old Stone Cemetery? Perhaps some new landscaping and trees..

WVSOM students, faculty receive scholarships at Spring Awards ceremony

  The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM)recognized medical students for their academic and community achievements during the annual Spring..

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..

Earning to Live, Living to Serve

  (Photo by Elizabeth LaRue) Students from Greenbrier County FFA and 4-H and Monroe County FFA wait patiently during the Greenbrier..

The Back Pew – April 22nd, 2017

Since coming home from Charleston last week, I’ve had time to get some sleep, reflect on the legislative session, and talk..

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