Challenges opposing Mountain Valley Pipeline mounting

By Peggy Mackenzie On October 23, Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC (MVP) filed its permit application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for authorization to build a massive 301-mile interstate natural gas transmission pipeline from...

State Rail Authority takes over Cass trains

By Geoff Hamill The Pocahontas Times No job or wage cuts for Cass employees The mighty steam locomotives at Cass have worked hard since the early 1900s and will continue to ply the winding tracks of Pocahontas...

Highland scientist leading pipeline opposition

  The Pocahontas Times  A retired scientist from Highland County, Virginia, is leading a local effort to prevent construction of a large-diameter natural gas pipeline through national forests in West Virginia and Virginia. Rick Webb, of Mustoe,...

Via Air faces acrimonious airport officials at community meeting

The community gathered last Thursday, Apr. 13, at the Greenbrier Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau at the second Via Air-hosted gathering, and things got tense as Greenbrier Valley Airport (GVA) Manager Stephen Snyder aired...

Children’s memorial flag raising set for April 28

  On Apr. 3, Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester signed a Proclamation declaring Friday, Apr. 28 Children’s Memorial Flag Day. He was joined in his signing by representatives from the Children’s Home Society. On Apr. 28, the...

City Council considers bringing Rolling Thunder to White Sulphur Springs

        By Leah Deitz White Sulphur Springs City Council met Oct. 14 to discuss property issues, bids for the proposed Phase I Archeological study, and the possibility of bringing the WV Veterans’ Reunion Rolling Thunder event...

Williamsburg couple remembers nine decades

By Mark Robinson Elmer and Mabel Hedrick live just below Williamsburg. Mabel has lived in that part of the county for 92 years, Elmer for 91 years. Married in 1946, they had seven sons: David,...

Lewisburg police reissue rules for Monday’s City Council meeting

The Lewisburg City Council will be meeting on Monday, Feb. 1, at 7:30 p.m. for the second reading and public comment of Ordinance 254. The meeting will be held at the Roland P. Sharp...

Mayor proclaims November Adoption Awareness Month

On Nov. 6, Mayor John Manchester met with representatives from Children’s Home Society to proclaim November as Adoption Awareness Month. While all adoption-related issues are important, the particular focus of this month is the...

Solar seminar in Union

Solar is on the rise and is now affordable! The public is invited to attend a Solar Seminar on Monday, June 16 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Board of Education building on...
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