WVSOM’s Rural Practice Day features live helicopter demo

Helicopter lands on WVSOM’s campus this past weekend as part of live demo during 4th annual Rural Health Initiative (RHI) Rural Practice Day

Helicopter lands on WVSOM’s campus this past weekend as part of live demo during 4th annual Rural Health Initiative (RHI) Rural Practice Day Lewisburg residents might wonder why medical and military helicopters were landing on WVSOM’s campus this past weekend. The answer – it was part of a live demo during the fourth annual Rural Health Initiative More...

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Martha Hilton
By admin On Friday, March 6th, 2015

Local Realtor challenges Manchester for mayoral seat

By Sarah Mansheim Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester announced his run for reelection last month, and for a while, it appeared he was running unopposed. But, with municipal elections coming up in June, this time, he More...

Jerry OSullivan
By admin On Friday, March 6th, 2015

Airport manager retires

Jerry OSullivan By Peggy Mackenzie Jerry O’Sullivan’s retirement from his position as manager of the Greenbrier Valley Airport was reportedly submitted in executive session during a special meeting of the Greenbrier More...

Work begins on the Blue Sulphur Spring Pavilion
By admin On Friday, February 27th, 2015

Kickstart ‘The Blue’

Work begins on the Blue Sulphur Spring Pavilion Getting a “kickstart” is a good thing when it means raising money for a great cause. The “Friends of the Blue” Sulphur Spring Pavilion are launching a kickstarter More...

View of the still smoldering derailed tank cars along a tributary of the Kanawha River. (APphoto/Office of the Governor of West Virginia, Steven Wayne Rotsch)
By admin On Friday, February 27th, 2015

Train derailment probe underway

View of the still smoldering derailed tank cars along a tributary of the Kanawha River. (APphoto/Office of the Governor of West Virginia, Steven Wayne Rotsch) By Peggy Mackenzie A week after the oil train derailment 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, February 27th, 2015

Seven pipeline routes identified through Pocahontas County

By Geoff Hamill The Pocahontas Times Mt. Media During recent public meetings, citizens have expressed confusion about potential routes for Dominion Resource’s proposed 42-inch natural gas pipeline through Pocahontas More...

Derailed oil tanker train cars burn near Mount Carbon on Monday. (The Charleston Daily Mail, Marcus Constantino)
By admin On Friday, February 20th, 2015

Massive explosions follow train derailment

Derailed oil tanker train cars burn near Mount Carbon on Monday. (The Charleston Daily Mail, Marcus Constantino) By Peggy Mackenzie During a heavy snowstorm on Monday afternoon, a train hauling Bakkan crude oil More...

Dee Ann Keene was last seen on Feb. 28, 2014. She is described as being 5 feet, 5 inches tall and 120 pounds. Anyone with any information about Keene’s whereabouts is asked to call the Lewisburg detachment of the West Virginia State Police at 304-647-7600.
By admin On Friday, February 20th, 2015

Benefit concert slated for missing Renick woman

Benefit concert slated for missing Renick woman By Sarah Mansheim Nearly a year has elapsed since a Greenbrier County woman went missing. Dee Ann Keene of Renick was last seen on Feb. 28, 2014. She was reported More...

A postcard (approximate date: latter 1920s) showing downtown White Sulphur Springs when the Midland Trail went through features the Greenbrier Pharmacy building (at right) as well as Main Street in the center of town. (Courtesy of C. Michael Williams)
By admin On Friday, February 13th, 2015

WSS building still serving Spa City after 100 years

A postcard (approximate date: latter 1920s) showing downtown White Sulphur Springs when the Midland Trail went through features the Greenbrier Pharmacy building (at right) as well as Main Street in the center of More...

Funds are being collected to help improve the Dick Pointer Cemetery on Church Street in Lewisburg.
By admin On Friday, February 13th, 2015

Improvements planned for Dick Pointer Cemetery

Improvements planned for Dick Pointer Cemetery By Sarah Mansheim The Lewisburg in Bloom Committee is raising funds for a cemetery improvement and beautification project for the Dick Pointer Cemetery on Church Street More...