New River CTC President responds to judge’s ruling in pool case

Dr. L. Marshall Washington at the podium in front of the unused Arts and Science building on the New River CTC campus

By Peggy Mackenzie New River Community and Technical College President L. Marshall Washington issued a statement early Wednesday morning in response to Judge H.L. Kirkpatrick’s order that $1 million in hotel-motel tax funds be returned to the Greenbrier County Commission. Washington stressed that although the hotel-motel monies are being returned, More...

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Peter Timmins
By admin On Friday, November 7th, 2014

Former Greenbrier Executive Chef Peter Timmins dies at 57

Former Greenbrier Executive Chef Peter Timmins dies at 57 By Peggy Mackenzie Peter Timmins, CMC, executive chef at The Everglades Club in Palm Beach, FL, was found dead in an apartment in West Palm Beach, FL., on More...

Children receiving their gift via Operation Christmas Child. For complete details on how to pack, label and ship or deliver gift shoeboxes, visit Samaritan’s Purse’s website and click on the Operation Christmas Child link.
By admin On Friday, November 7th, 2014

The story of the Good Samaritan in action

By David Esteppe Lewisburg Rotarian Judy Long presented a popular worldwide outreach program to the club members on Monday. Operation Christmas Child is a project under the umbrella of the Samaritan’s Purse organization More...

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By Mountain Messenger On Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

Election Results 2014

ELECTION RESULTS The West Virginia Secretary of State and Greenbrier County Clerk offices have released the unofficial results of the November 4 election. The Greenbrier Valley voted strongly in favor of Republican More...

Cass Scenic Railroad State Park railroad operations have been transferred to the State Rail Authority
By admin On Monday, November 3rd, 2014

State Rail Authority takes over Cass trains

Cass Scenic Railroad State Park railroad operations have been transferred to the State Rail Authority By Geoff Hamill The Pocahontas Times No job or wage cuts for Cass employees The mighty steam locomotives at Cass More...

Pumpkin Day was in full swing on Saturday at S.J. Neathawk Lumber Company as children crowded around the tables to decorate pumpkins in time for Halloween.
By Jonathan Collins On Friday, October 31st, 2014

S.J. Neathawk Lumber Company hosts Seventh Annual Pumpkin Day

Pumpkin Day was in full swing on Saturday at S.J. Neathawk Lumber Company as children crowded around the tables to decorate pumpkins in time for Halloween. Pumpkin Day is a day of fun for children in the community More...

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By David Esteppe On Friday, October 31st, 2014

Preparedness for winter road conditions in full swing

Pat McCabe shows the storage facility holding a road covering mixture to his right and 800 tons of salt to his left Truck stockpiling the size 9 sifted gravel, which will be used in a mix for covering the roads More...

A before and after of the Patterson home, lost in a fire on the evening of Oct. 20
By David Esteppe On Friday, October 31st, 2014

Community surrounds family after devastating fire

A before and after of the Patterson home, lost in a fire on the evening of Oct. 20   A before and after of the Patterson home, lost in a fire on the evening of Oct. 20 On Monday, Oct. 20, the family of Roger More...

Susan Adkins
By admin On Friday, October 31st, 2014

Fund established at GVCF for String Education

Susan L. Adkins, executive director of Carnegie Hall   The members of the board of directors of the Carnegie Hall Foundation have established a fund with the Greater Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation (GVCF) More...

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By admin On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Voters choice: Amendment on the ballot opens door to Scout camp, allow commercial events

By WVPA staff reporter Brandi Underwood This is an in-depth look at the Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Amendment that voters will see on the ballot this November provided by the West Virginia Press More...