Appalachian Outlaws season finale and Greenbrier Humane Society benefit drive planned

Willow Kelly of the cast of the History Channel’s Appalachian Outlaws will host a season finale party and donation drive for the Greenbrier Humane Society at The Irish Pub in Lewisburg on Monday, Apr. 6 at 9 p.m. The first 20 people to arrive and bring dog and/or cat supplies will be offered an autographed picture of Willow Kelly. Go to greenbrierhumane.org and look under “donate” for a complete list of needed items, or check on the face book page Appalachian Outlaw’s - Willow Kelly.

Willow Kelly of the cast of the History Channel’s Appalachian Outlaws will host a season finale party and donation drive for the Greenbrier Humane Society at The Irish Pub in Lewisburg on Monday, Apr. 6 at 9 p.m. The first 20 people to arrive and bring dog and/or cat supplies will be offered an autographed picture of Willow Kelly. Go to greenbrierhumane.org More...

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Lewisburg Elementary School has concluded their Math March Madness poster contest. Students in grades K-5 created posters depicting a math concept that they must learn for their grade level. The posters were displayed throughout the hallways and judged by school staff. Grade level winners are: Kindergarten - Emily Plybon, 1st grade - Noah Edwards, 2nd grade - Rebekah Painter, 3rd grade - Trinity Hughart, 4th grade - Alex Kagan and 5th grade - Anthony Wylie. The student body then voted for 2nd grade poster, Rebekah Painter (pictured) as the Grand Prize poster winner.
By admin On Friday, March 27th, 2015

March Madness poster winners

Lewisburg Elementary School has concluded their Math March Madness poster contest. Students in grades K-5 created posters depicting a math concept that they must learn for their grade level. The posters were displayed More...

Birthday blessings to a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and son. You have brought so much joy to so many people’s lives, touched our hearts and warmed our souls. You have a heart of gold and a true gift from God, love.  Always wanting to help a troubled soul and praying for others every day. May the Lord bless you today and always. With love to you from all of your family and friends.
By admin On Friday, March 27th, 2015

James Shortridge – Happy 80th Birthday!

Birthday blessings to a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and son. You have brought so much joy to so many people’s lives, touched our hearts and warmed our souls. You have a heart of gold More...

Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce President Alyson Dotson presents Business Leader of the Year Allen Carson with a plaque and a gift at the annual chamber meeting at The Greenbrier Monday night.
By admin On Friday, March 20th, 2015

Allen Carson honored by Chamber of Commerce at annual dinner

Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce President Alyson Dotson presents Business Leader of the Year Allen Carson with a plaque and a gift at the annual chamber meeting at The Greenbrier Monday night. By Sarah Mansheim Greenbrier More...

Fog-shrouded Rt. 43 at Fort Spring Thursday morning (Photo by Kathy Hunter)
By admin On Friday, March 13th, 2015

High water at Fort Spring

Fog-shrouded Rt. 43 at Fort Spring Thursday morning (Photo by Kathy Hunter)  More...

American Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys headlined Ballhooter Spring Break at Snowshoe Mountain on March 7.  (Photo Courtesy of Robbie Shaw)
By admin On Friday, March 13th, 2015

Dropkick Murphys headlined Ballhooter

American Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys headlined Ballhooter Spring Break at Snowshoe Mountain on March 7. (Photo Courtesy of Robbie Shaw)  More...

Local dog trainer Janine Lazarus spoke to Lewisburg Rotarians on Monday and answered some great questions about all things dog training. A few of the more notable comments to questions include the following: When a dog sits, that is a trick. Dogs do not need to sit in nature; they only do it to please us. Wolf hybrids are a bad idea, period. The best age to separate a puppy from the mother is 11 to 12 weeks. The bite inhibition training can come naturally from the litter siblings and mom by 11 weeks as litter-mates protest being bitten by one another, and mom will correct the behavior as well. Taking a puppy home at the conventional eight weeks is fine but then the owner has to teach bite inhibition. Lazarus also stated, “Dogs have a tendency to live only in the present, which makes them so amenable to training even after aging with bad habits, or experiencing abuse.”
By admin On Friday, March 13th, 2015

Inside info on Dog Training

Local dog trainer Janine Lazarus spoke to Lewisburg Rotarians on Monday and answered some great questions about all things dog training. A few of the more notable comments to questions include the following: When More...

Barnwood Builders, starring Lewisburg’s Mark Bowe, will return for its second season on Sunday night, Mar. 8. Tune into DIY at 9 p.m. to catch up with the Antique Cabins and Barns crew.
By admin On Friday, March 6th, 2015

Barnwood Builders returns for second season

Barnwood Builders, starring Lewisburg’s Mark Bowe, will return for its second season on Sunday night, Mar. 8. Tune into DIY at 9 p.m. to catch up with the Antique Cabins and Barns crew.  More...

Mrs. Betty H. Gordon celebrated her 90th birthday on Sunday, Feb. 15, at her home in Lewisburg. In attendance were her four children, Peggy Mackenzie and Matthew Mackenzie, of Ronceverte, Anne Mackenzie, of Santa Rosa, CA, and Elise Leef, with husband, Eric, of Clintonville; and granddaughter, Jessamine Mackenzie, of Charlotte, NC. Mrs. Gordon has lived in Lewisburg for almost 14 years. Her previous home was in Sonoma, CA, where she resided with her husband, Alvin J. Gordon, now deceased.
By admin On Friday, March 6th, 2015

90th birthday celebrated

Mrs. Betty H. Gordon celebrated her 90th birthday on Sunday, Feb. 15, at her home in Lewisburg. In attendance were her four children, Peggy Mackenzie and Matthew Mackenzie, of Ronceverte, Anne Mackenzie, of Santa More...

Saturday Night UNDead presents Attack of the 50 Foot Woman starring Allison Hayes from Charleston, a fundraiser for Trillium Performing Arts. Join Trillium on Saturday, Feb. 28 for an evening of family friendly, fright-filled fun. There will be a costume contest, raffle prizes, special guests and more. For tickets, call Trillium Performing Arts at 304-645-3003.
By admin On Friday, February 27th, 2015

Attack of the 50 Foot Woman

Saturday Night UNDead presents Attack of the 50 Foot Woman starring Allison Hayes from Charleston, a fundraiser for Trillium Performing Arts. Join Trillium on Saturday, Feb. 28 for an evening of family friendly, More...