Posthumous recognition of service awarded; waste water plant site taking shape

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By Peggy Mackenzie Ronceverte’s Tuesday night meeting opened with a Recognition of Service Award to Linda Lou Kelley, a long time resident whose services to Ronceverte involved her participation in a number of projects and activities. Kelley was past president of the Ronceverte Women’s Club; former member of OES; committee chairman of the Ronceverte More...

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By admin On Friday, November 6th, 2015

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 More...

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By admin On Sunday, November 1st, 2015

The Flood of 1985 remembered

The Flood of 1985 remembered By Sarah Mansheim, with Cheryl Griffith, Mountain Messenger reporter, 1985 It caught almost everyone by surprise. On Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1985, residents in the low-lying areas of Greenbrier More...

The public lining up at the door of the Greenbrier Humane Society’s “Clear the Shelter” event last Saturday.
By admin On Sunday, November 1st, 2015

Everybody out!

The public lining up at the door of the Greenbrier Humane Society’s “Clear the Shelter” event last Saturday. By David Esteppe It was not exactly a clearance sale, but an ingenious plan by the Greenbrier Humane More...

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By admin On Sunday, October 25th, 2015

Jim Justice ratchets up his campaign for the Governor’s Mansion

Jim Justice By Sarah Mansheim The Greenbrier resort owner and gubernatorial candidate never stops moving. Earlier this week, he called the Mountain Messenger from the seat of a corn chopper as he cut crops on one More...

Local public relations and marketing coordinator Missy VanBuren welcomes Kaylee Pippin to the hospice facility in Fairlea. Pippin not only raised $800 in her father’s name for the care center, but inspired a local golf course to raise much more.
By admin On Sunday, October 25th, 2015

When a small act becomes a monumental moment

Local public relations and marketing coordinator Missy VanBuren welcomes Kaylee Pippin to the hospice facility in Fairlea. Pippin not only raised $800 in her father’s name for the care center, but inspired a local More...

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By Mountain Messenger On Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

Greenbrier County Convention and Visitors Bureau Welcomes Community to Meet the Mountain Music Trail

Lewisburg, WV – Capture the rhythm and vibe of Appalachian Music at Greenbrier County’s ‘Meet the Mountain Music Trail’ event on Thursday, October 22. Sponsored by the Greenbrier County Convention and Visitors More...

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By admin On Monday, October 19th, 2015

County Commission rules ACO can’t carry pistol or shotgun on duty

By Sarah Mansheim Greenbrier County Animal Control Officer Michael McClung will have to leave his guns at home. Well, at least some of them. On Tuesday, the Greenbrier County Commission approved the new policies More...

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By admin On Monday, October 19th, 2015

Lewisburg council meets in executive session to discuss ethics compliance

By Sarah Mansheim Lewisburg City Council met in special session Tuesday night with just one thing on the agenda: “personnel issue ethics compliance.” Upon opening the meeting, council immediately moved to go More...

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By admin On Monday, October 19th, 2015

International Property Maintenance Code voted down in White Sulphur Springs

By Leah Deitz White Sulphur Springs City Council voted down a proposed International Property Maintenance Code during the ordinance’s second reading at a meeting Tuesday. However, the issue is far from dead. City More...