Friday, April 28, 2017

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...

Local Lions Clubs – Who are they?

Most people associate Lions Clubs with eyesight and preventing blindness, and that is certainly a large part of what Lions do. They are also involved in diabetes education, relieving hunger, helping with disaster relief, protecting...

Gardening program to be held in Hillsboro

High Rocks is looking for families and individuals who are excited about gardening and want to be part of a year-long program to increase production and improve the quality of their produce. All are...

HospiceCare Love Light Tree honors loved ones

HospiceCare has found their Love Light Tree to be a comforting way for people to honor their loved ones who have fought or are currently fighting a terminal illness during the holiday season. The Greenbrier...

Venison 101 class returns to Fairgrounds  

  A Venison 101 class will be offered Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Cecil Underwood Youth Building located on the State Fairgrounds in Fairlea. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran in the “deer...

Ronceverte Harp Retreat planned

The second annual Ronceverte Harp Retreat will be held at Ronceverte Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Harpers from all over the state of West Virginia will gather to learn...

Alderson Girl Scouts open mini food pantry

  One of the members of the Alderson Girl Scout troop 2897 put it like this: “People still don’t have that much after the flood and we wanted to help.” And helping is what they...

American Legion announces Educator of the Year Award

  The West Virginia American Legion holds two major Conventions/Conferences annually. During the Mid-Winter Conference special awards are presented to outstanding members within our communities. One such award was presented on Feb. 3 during the...

The People of Old Stone: Too much to bear

  By Morgan Donnally Bunn Cemeteries are repositories of stories filled withboth triumph and tragedy, and the Old Stone Cemetery in Lewisburg, West Virginia, holds many such stories. One family’s story in particular holds more tragedy than...

The People of Old Stone: The Forgotten Cadet

  By Morgan Bunn The Greenbrier Military Academy was once an integral part of Lewisburg and Greenbrier County. From the 1890s until 1972, countless young men paraded through Lewisburg’s streets. Some graduates, especially the home town...
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