Make a Joyful Noise

(Photo and text by Mark Robinson) At Faith Baptist Church in Rupert, four members gathered to start a new musical group on Tuesday evening. Michelle Vestal (far left) was singing along but does not plan...

Republican Club holds January meeting

The Greenbrier County Republicans held its monthly meeting on Jan. 5 at the Greenbrier County Courthouse with 18 members in attendance in spite of the snowy, cold weather. Delegate George “Boogie” Ambler gave a report...

Peaceful wishes for the New Year

(Photo by Sarah Mansheim) Suzanne Beard, of Lewisburg, brings wishes for peace in the new year in the 2017 Shanghai parade in downtown Lewisburg on New Year’s Day.

Look what I got

On Christmas mornig, in a parkig lot next to her home, Madison Carrington, 4, takes a spin in her new toy four-wheeler with her friend Jaden Spencer, who is 5. Madison and Jaden live...

‘Skeletons, Ghosts and Avengers, Oh, my’

These are just a few of the many costumes you would have seen on Oct. 27 at Ronceverte Elementary School’s Third Annual Spooktacular. Children as well as adults were dressed up in unique and...

WV Poet Laureate Marc Harshman to lead free poetry workshop

Poetry enthusiasts and novices alike are invited to join West Virginia Poet Laureate Marc Harshman for a free poetry workshop on Thursday, Nov. 17, at 5:30 p.m. Harshman will lead an hour-long, casual workshop...

East football ends season against Spring Valley

Greenbrier East’s football team ended the season Friday, Nov. 4, with a 58-14 loss to Spring Valley, the no. 2 team in the state. Coach Ray Lee’s comments about the game, and the season:...

LES students decorate pumpkins

Lewisburg Elementary School third grade students in Susan Sheppard’s reading classes decorated pumpkins to represent characters from their favorite books. (See more pumpkins on page 2) Lewisburg Elementary School third grade students...

Photo of the Week: Fishing for Lunch

A blue heron wades Howards Creek in White Sulphur Springs Sunday afternoon. (Mark Robinson photo)

Bathing starlings

Tuesday evening, starlings kick up some spray in a large pothole beside Rt. 60 north of the interstate. (Mark Robinson photo)
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