GEHS takes the lead in technology

Greenbrier East High School pre-engineering students Erin Leslie, Sarah Leslie and Taylor Lewis demonstrating the eight inch 3D printer in action. This is the very printer used to create the state’s first school created and donated 3D “Raptor” prosthetic hand.

Greenbrier East High School pre-engineering students Erin Leslie, Sarah Leslie and Taylor Lewis demonstrating the eight inch 3D printer in action. This is the very printer used to create the state’s first school created and donated 3D “Raptor” prosthetic hand. By David Esteppe Three students at Greenbrier East High School (GEHS) are working through More...

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Brandon Johnson of Stroebel and Johnson, Shannon Beatty, Lewisburg in Bloom coordinator and Mayor of Lewisburg John Manchester
By admin On Friday, April 3rd, 2015

Community members donate to Dick Pointer Cemetery Improvement Project

Community members donate to Dick Pointer Cemetery Improvement Project The fundraising campaign for the Dick Pointer Cemetery Improvement Project is off to a good start, thanks to several generous donations. Brandon More...

Dr. Robert Wheeler (left), Dr. Connie Perkins, Lorrie Hammond,  RN; Vivian Davies, OB/GYN Director-GVMC; Jennifer Piner, LPN; Tameran Asbury, DFMB Care Manager/Addictions Therapist;  Melissa Shaver, MA; Audra Trout, LPN; and Dr. Coy Flowers
By admin On Friday, April 3rd, 2015

Drug Free Mother/Baby Program begins its third year

Drug Free Mother/Baby Program begins its third year Pregnant women continue to receive support to combat their drug addiction through the Drug Free Mother/Baby Program (DFMB) program offered by Greenbrier Valley More...

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By admin On Friday, March 27th, 2015

Lewisburg in Bloom 2015 season kicks off with several ambitious projects

Lewisburg in Bloom 2015 season kicks off with several ambitious projects By Sarah Mansheim Lewisburg has once again joined the America in Bloom awards program, and this spring, the town is hitting the ground running. More...

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By admin On Friday, March 27th, 2015

Greenbrier County significantly reduces drop-out rate and increases pre-k registration; still ranks in the middle of the state

By Sarah Mansheim West Virginia KIDS COUNT has released its 2014 data book, and Greenbrier County is listed 19th in the state using a variety of socioeconomic indicators that have been proven to determine whether More...

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By admin On Friday, March 27th, 2015

‘People’s Foot’ call for halt to MTR permits

‘People’s Foot’ call for halt to MTR permits By Peggy Mackenzie Monday, Mar. 16 was officially declared “No More Mountaintop Removal Permits Day” at a People’s Foot rally in front of the West Virginia More...

GVCF board member Charles Sheets (left) presents the 2015 distribution from the Moore Family Community Fund to Fred Kellerman for the Meadow Bridge Youth Park.
By admin On Friday, March 27th, 2015

Community Foundation distributes $130,000

Community Foundation distributes $130,000 Nonprofit and community leaders from throughout the Greenbrier Valley attended a special reception hosted by the Greater Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation (GVCF). At More...

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By admin On Friday, March 20th, 2015

Kayakers take to flooded road for a leisurely Sunday float

Last week, as rain and snow melt combined to create flooding situations across the state, some folks found a way to go with the flow. Last Sunday afternoon, Trout resident Kenna Hintersteiner and his friends took More...

A Dominion Resources map showing a preferred and five alternative Atlantic Coast pipeline routes through the Monongahela National Forest and Pocahontas County.
By admin On Friday, March 20th, 2015

Property owners file lawsuits against pipeline

Property owners file lawsuits against pipeline By Peggy Mackenzie In response to threats of legal action by a pipeline developer, six landowners have filed preemptive lawsuits to prevent pipeline agents from entering More...

Civil War mural created by Pocahontas Countian Molly Must, to be dedicated in Marlinton on Palm Sunday, the 150th anniversary of Lee’s surrender at Appomattox.
By admin On Friday, March 20th, 2015

Dedication of Civil War mural set for Palm Sunday

Dedication of Civil War mural set for Palm Sunday On Palm Sunday 1865, Lee and Grant met at Appomattox, marking the end of the Civil War. This Palm Sunday, 150 years later, will mark the dedication of a mural commemorating More...