Sunday, April 30, 2017

Republican Club ready to dine on the Trump Train

  The Trump Train Dinner Committee recently met at Cook’s Restaurant in White Sulphur Springs to continue planning for a celebratory gathering on Saturday, May 13 at the Underwood Building at the State Fairgrounds. Around...

National FFA Week celebrated February 18-25

  It’s National FFA Week Feb. 18-25. More than 4,600 young adults participate in the program across West Virginia. From raising a hog to building a business plan, FFA teaches life skills that members use...

Fall Leadership Conference

  By FFA Freshman Kiah Hill Fall Leadership Conference was Sept. 23 and 24, 2016. Eighteen members and two advisors traveled to Cedar Lakes in Ripley for the conference. The theme for fall leadership was “Conquered.” What...

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...

Historic Civil War site protected by West Virginia Land Trust

  The West Virginia Land Trust recently purchased property at Camp Bartow, a Civil War site in Pocahontas County, scene of the Battle of Greenbrier River in 1861. The 14-acre tract lies in the heart of...

WSS Library to hold Valentine Topiary workshop

  The White Sulphur Springs Public Library is partnering with Gillespie’s Flowers & Productions to offer a hands-on Valentine topiary workshop Thursday, Feb. 9, from 2-4 p.m. Discover how to use carnations to create a...

New winter coats distributed by local knights

A total of 476 new boys’ and girls’ winter coats were distributed in five counties affected by the floods of June 23 through the Alleghany Highlands Council 8689 Knights of Columbus. The coats were donated...

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...

AARP Safe Driving Class for seniors offered

  Shepherd’s Center Greenbrier Valley is once again pairing with Troy Holbrook and AARP to offer the “Over 50” Driver Safety Program. The new 4-hour program will refresh your driving skills taking into consideration the...

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...
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