Rt. 219 detour in effect

The detour on Rt. 219 South in Fairlea went into effect Tuesday. As of Wednesday afternoon, the old pedestrian overpass at the State Fairgrounds had been demolished, as traffic continues to be diverted for the construction of an underpass connecting the fairgrounds to the parking lot. Construction is set to be complete before the state fair begins in August. 
(Sarah Mansheim story and photo)

The detour on Rt. 219 South in Fairlea went into effect Tuesday. As of Wednesday afternoon, the old pedestrian overpass at the State Fairgrounds had been demolished, as traffic continues to be diverted for the construction of an underpass connecting the fairgrounds to the parking lot. Construction is set to be complete before the state fair begins in More...

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Frankford resident Nikki Dotson braved Monday evening’s storm to photograph the lightning that stretched across the sky at dusk. Lightning flashes lit up the sky for the better part of an hour as the wind gusted across the Greenbrier Valley. The storm knocked out electricity north of Lewisburg for a short time, and pea-sized hail fell in Alderson. (Photo courtesy of Nikki Dotson)
By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Spring storm puts on phenomenal light show

Frankford resident Nikki Dotson braved Monday evening’s storm to photograph the lightning that stretched across the sky at dusk. Lightning flashes lit up the sky for the better part of an hour as the wind gusted More...

Justice announces bid for gubernatorial seat - Local business owner Jim Justice announced Monday that he is bidding for the Governor’s office at the 2016 election. (Photo by Leah Deitz)
By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Jim Justice vying for Governor’s Office

Justice announces bid for gubernatorial seat – Local business owner Jim Justice announced Monday that he is bidding for the Governor’s office at the 2016 election. (Photo by Leah Deitz) By Leah Deitz Local More...

Greenbrier Recycling Center’s Bob Bennett delivers a new recycling bin to Rainelle’s Mayor Andrea Pendleton. The new bin will provide newspaper and magazine recycling availability for Rainelle. The money for the new bin was awarded by a Solid Waste Management Grant. The bin is located at City Hall. It is very important for the success of this recycling project that citizens put only newspaper in the newspaper slot and only magazines in the magazine slot.
By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

New recycling bin in Rainelle

Greenbrier Recycling Center’s Bob Bennett delivers a new recycling bin to Rainelle’s Mayor Andrea Pendleton. The new bin will provide newspaper and magazine recycling availability for Rainelle. The money for More...

Don’t miss the Second Annual Nancy Robertson Art Show opening Sunday, May 17 at Western Greenbrier Middle School. (Barn at Meadow Bluff by Nancy Robertson)
By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Nancy Robertson Art Show upcoming

Don’t miss the Second Annual Nancy Robertson Art Show opening Sunday, May 17 at Western Greenbrier Middle School. (Barn at Meadow Bluff by Nancy Robertson)  More...

Against The Grain will 
perform at the 
Dandelion Festival on Friday, May 22, at Midland Trail Park from 7-10 p.m.
By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Against the Grain goes with the flow at the Dandelion Festival

Against The Grain is a five-piece variety band covering everything from modern Top 40 country, traditional country, and outlaw country, to classic rock, Southern rock, and blues, they are even known to pick a few More...

Greenbrier East High School’s men’s tennis team finishes their undefeated regular season. #1 singles seed, Cordel Bostic (left) will be competing in the State Tournament as well as competing in the State Tournament in doubles with his #2 seed partner Mickell Ridgeway (right).
By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

GEHS men’s tennis team undefeated

Greenbrier East High School’s men’s tennis team finishes their undefeated regular season. #1 singles seed, Cordel Bostic (left) will be competing in the State Tournament as well as competing in the State Tournament More...

Greenbrier East High School senior Amy Ahern (center) signs a letter of intent to attend Concord University and play tennis next fall. She is joined by sister Anna Ahern (left), GEHS Athletic Director Ben Routson, mother Renee Ahern, father and GEHS tennis coach Norman Ahern and Principal Jeff Bryant. Photo and text by Sarah Mansheim
By admin On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Ahern signs to play with Concord

Greenbrier East High School senior Amy Ahern (center) signs a letter of intent to attend Concord University and play tennis next fall. She is joined by sister Anna Ahern (left), GEHS Athletic Director Ben Routson, More...

Members of Kermit’s Kabaret, December 2014, Micah Labishak (left), Kenny Wade Marshall, Kim Morgan Dean, Hannah McGinley, Jacob Thompson, Will Nash and Kermit Medsker, as Master of Ceremonies. (Photo courtesy Greenbrier Valley Theatre)
By admin On Friday, May 8th, 2015

Kermit’s Kabaret! A one-night extravaganza!

Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT), the State Professional Theatre of West Virginia is proud to present Kermit’s Kabaret: An Evening of Music and Laughter on Monday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Daywood Lobby of Greenbrier More...

Power of the Purse campaign coordinators present checks to local projects: Front Row: Lara Nunley, Lewisburg Methodist/Snacks in Packs (left); Sarah Ream Staunton, Power of the Purse; and Mike Dotson, EGMS soccer parent. (Not pictured: Molly McMillion, Greenbrier Valley Nursing Mothers) Back Row: Deva Wagner, POP campaign co-chair (left); Cindy Lavender-Bowe, United Way of Greenbrier Valley; Mary Baldwin, POP campaign co-chair; Monica Maxwell, Harmony Ridge Gallery; Shannon Rausenberger, POP campaign co-chair; and Katie Eads, POP campaign co-chair.
By admin On Friday, May 8th, 2015

One woman’s ‘small purse’ creates ‘big impact’

On Mar. 18, over 50 women gathered at Harmony Ridge Gallery in support of our community at the 2nd Annual United Way of Greenbrier Valley’s Power of the Purse. Thanks to the generosity of women in our community, More...