Exhibit of Crickenberger paintings at Eastern Greenbrier Senior Center

Watercolor art by Phyllis B. Crickenberger

Thirty-nine paintings have been on exhibit at the Eastern Greenbrier County Senior Center in Fairlea for the past year by Phyllis B. Crickenberger. Each month three new paintings are on exhibit. Phyllis is a Life Member of West Virginia Watercolor Society and is a Signature watercolor artist. She is a retired teacher in Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties More...

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Erin Morley as Olympia in Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann 
(Photo courtesy of Metropolitan Opera / Marty Sohl)
By admin On Friday, January 30th, 2015

GVT, partnering with The Met: Live in HD, to present Jacques Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann

Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT), partnering with The Met: Live in HD, will present a simulcast of Jacques Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann Jan. 31 at 12:55 p.m. The broadcast will run approximately 3 hours More...

EvriChart’s WSS warehouse houses 50,000 square feet of medical documents, all a quick barcode scan away from being put to use in a medical emergency anywhere in the United States.
By admin On Friday, January 30th, 2015

Sprawling Medical Records company hidden in plain sight in White Sulphur Springs

By Sarah Mansheim “It’s a lot like Raiders of the Lost Ark,” says EvriChart’s Gary Osborne as he steps into the health information management company’s storage area. He’s right – the 50,000 square More...

Rick Leatherman, R.Ph., managing pharmacist for Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy in Fairlea, presents boxes of toiletries, baby supplies and over-the-counter medications to Rachael Austin, prevention educator with FRC.
By admin On Friday, January 30th, 2015

Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy donates supplies to FRC

Domestic violence has reached epidemic proportions across the United States. Local resources and services are available to victims of domestic violence through the Family Refuge Center (FRC), a community-based domestic More...

Gov. Tomblin congratulates the recipient of the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Human and Civil Rights Award, Janice Cooley of Lewisburg. (Photo courtesy of the Governor’s Office)
By admin On Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Lewisburgian given Civil Rights Award

Gov. Tomblin congratulates the recipient of the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Human and Civil Rights Award, Janice Cooley of Lewisburg. (Photo courtesy of the Governor’s Office)  More...

The March and Celebration in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 19 began, as usual, in front of the Greenbrier County courthouse on Court Street (shown) in Lewisburg. This year saw a large gathering of more than 250 marchers singing We Shall Overcome as they walked up Washington Street to the Lewisburg United Methodist Church, where a community lunch was served followed by a program celebrating the accomplishments of Dr. King. A special tribute to singer, actor, and civil rights activist Harry Belafonte was also featured that day.
By admin On Friday, January 23rd, 2015

MLK Day celebrated in Lewisburg

The March and Celebration in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 19 began, as usual, in front of the Greenbrier County courthouse on Court Street (shown) in Lewisburg. This year saw a large gathering More...

“Brotherhood is More Precious than Diamonds, Silver or Gold” - Indigo Graves reads an excerpt from her first place winning essay regarding Dr. Martin Luther King’s 1964 Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech. Graves is a Fourth Grade Student at Greenbrier Episcopal school.
By admin On Friday, January 23rd, 2015

GES announces three winners in MLK Essay & Art Contest

Greenbrier Episcopal School (GES) announces three winners in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration Essay and Art Contest, held each year to honor Dr. King’s legacy. Indigo Graves won First Place in the Fourth More...

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day March
By Jonathan Collins On Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day March in Downtown Lewisburg – Video

Philip McLaughlin, Jr. leads Jillian Styles and Philip McLaughlin III up Washington Street as the self proclaimed “caboose” of the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day March.      More...

The Williamsburg Ruritan Club finished a very productive year of community work with their December meeting and Christmas party. 2015 officers were inducted and sworn in: Doyle Owens, secretary (left); Jonna Mullins, director; Junior Mullins, vice president; Herb Barthlow, director; Jack Goodman, president; Stan Zahorenko, director and Rick Hedrick, treasurer. Several new community projects are planned and the schedule of events will be announced at forthcoming meetings. The Williamsburg Ruritan Club welcomes suggestions and help from community residents. Telephone 304-645-0964.
By admin On Monday, January 19th, 2015

Williamsburg Ruritan Club inducts 2015 officers

The Williamsburg Ruritan Club finished a very productive year of community work with their December meeting and Christmas party. 2015 officers were inducted and sworn in: Doyle Owens, secretary (left); Jonna Mullins, More...

Greenbrier Artist Jeanne Brenneman (left) presents member Sissy McLaughlin materials for the Pocahontas County Elementary Students Art Classes
By admin On Monday, January 19th, 2015

Greenbrier Artists donate supplies for Pocahontas Elementary School

Sissy McLaughlin of Hillsboro, a member of the Greenbrier Artists and the Pocahontas County Artists Guild, has been teaching a weekly art class for elementary students in Pocahontas County. Because of budget constraints, More...