219 south ‘Hump’ completed!

The Hump

By Peggy Mackenzie The roadway over the newly constructed pedestrian underpass at the West Virginia Fairgrounds on 219 south is now navigable and traffic has resumed as usual. While the major part of the construction project is completed, more work is still ongoing, according to Steven Cole, district manager and engineer at the Division of Highways More...

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Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester (left) and Council members Beverly White and Joseph Lutz take the oath of office at Tuesday morning’s meeting.
By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Organizational session held by Lewisburg City Council reaffirms mayor’s role as city administrator

Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester (left) and Council members Beverly White and Joseph Lutz take the oath of office at Tuesday morning’s meeting. By Sarah Mansheim Greenbrier County Circuit Judge James Rowe donned More...

Newly elected council members Ted Humphreys (left), Larry Wakeford and Mark Gillespie, with reelected Recorder Peggy Bland, Judge James J. Rowe, re-elected Mayor Lloyd Haynes, and reelected council members Audrey Van Buren and George “GP” Parker. (Photo by Linda Coleman)
By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

New council installed for City of White Sulphur Springs

Newly elected council members Ted Humphreys (left), Larry Wakeford and Mark Gillespie, with reelected Recorder Peggy Bland, Judge James J. Rowe, re-elected Mayor Lloyd Haynes, and reelected council members Audrey More...

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By admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Ronceverte physicians leaders of medicine for Greenbrier Valley

X-Ray Room of Greenbrier Hospital 1929 By Doug Hylton Part IV – Final Installment By 1930, Ronceverte had established itself as a vibrant industrial and commercial center. The population had grown to 2,254 More...

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By admin On Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Greenbrier County chooses a hybrid approach in implementing Common Core

By David Esteppe With the recent announcement by the West Virginia Department of Education that many counties would revert to pre-common core teaching protocols, and many counties still deciding whether or not to More...

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By admin On Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Former White House and Greenbrier Executive Chef found dead in New Mexico

Walter Scheib By Sarah Mansheim Walter Scheib, former White House chef and executive chef at The Greenbrier, has been found dead. Scheib, 61, was discovered near Taos, NM, where he had disappeared while hiking. More...

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By admin On Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Frontier’s high speed internet expansion to be slow going

By Sarah Mansheim Rural folks: don’t cancel your satellite internet plan just yet. Last week, Frontier Communications announced a $38 million partnership with the Connect America Fund to increase broadband access More...

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By admin On Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Citizens rally for justice; woman ousted from commission meeting

By Peggy Mackenzie About an hour and a half before the Tuesday night county commission meeting, a dozen or so self-named “Citizens for a Fair Investigation” assembled in front of the courthouse, accompanied More...

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By admin On Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Ronceverte physicians leaders of medicine for Greenbrier Valley

By Doug Hylton Part III As the 1920s began, the town saw the population continue to grow to over 2,000 residents. The town saw many of its businesses begin to thrive. The great mill of the St. Lawrence Boom More...

Cyndi Graves stops at the Lewisburg United Methodist Church to field questions from curious preschoolers about running across the United States. Graves passed through Lewisburg on Tuesday afternoon to much fanfare from local merchants and the Greenbrier Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau.
By admin On Friday, June 12th, 2015

On the run! Texas nurse defies the odds in cross-country trek

Cyndi Graves stops at the Lewisburg United Methodist Church to field questions from curious preschoolers about running across the United States. Graves passed through Lewisburg on Tuesday afternoon to much fanfare More...