Friday, April 28, 2017

‘Hay,’ can you give me a hand?

On Williamsburg Road last weekend, Andrew Higginbotham, 3, helps his grandfather, Charlie Higginbotham, navigate round bales of hay into place. (Mark Robinson photo)

Wanderlust … The Experience

The Mountain State is no stranger to tourism. We have white water rafting, motorcycle rallies and scenic drives, traditional mountain music, and even world renowned sporting events. We are Wild and Wonderful. And now...

AOA president speaks at WVSOM graduation

One hundred eighty-three participating graduates sat draped in their green and black regalia, their tassels swinging back and forth from their caps in front of an audience of about 2,500. Each of the soon-to-be graduates...

Kelly Huff Greenbrier East High School Principal

The Greenbrier County School Board has announced the appointment of Kelly A. Huff to the position of principal of Greenbrier East High School. “I am so excited to finally work in my community. It has...

JROTC cadet receives VFW scholarship

A Greenbrier West High School student and JROTC cadet has been named the best in the state by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Amber Clark received a plaque and a $500 scholarship check at a...

River Race team competes to raise ALS awareness

Deva Wagner pushes her father, Chally Erb, in a jogging stroller during last weekend’s 30th Annual Great Greenbrier River Race. Wagner competed in the race alongside friends Dr. Emily Griffith (pictured left), Kinder Tuckwiller...

New homes featured on House & Garden Tour

Five never before toured homes and gardens are featured on the 35th Lewisburg Home and Garden Tour on Saturday, June 11. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., visit homes reflecting...

Bimbo Coles to host Olympic Day in Lewisburg

Local Olympian Bimbo Coles is paying homage to his roots by hosting Olympic Day at Montwell Park in Lewisburg. Coles played point guard on the 1988 U.S. Basketball Team before going on to play...

Washington Street danglers

Dangling precariously from atop a Washington Street building are owner Tia Bouman (left) and Sarah Wallace. Bouman has been overseeing renovations inside the three story historical structure for several months. She and Wallace were...

‘Water for Elephants’ author coming to Literary Fest

The 2016 Lewisburg Literary Festival Committee has announced this year’s featured author as Sara Gruen, the No. 1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of “At the Water’s Edge,” “Water for Elephants,”...
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