Seneca anticipates achievable results with new treatment strategies

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Recognizing the war on drugs as a social disease issue. Seneca Health Services is unleashing its newest state of the art drug crisis treatment and detoxification center in Maxwelton. Marcie Vaughn, vice president of Clinical Services, announces plans to begin admissions to the facility in July. Originally planned to be a six-room-with-two-beds stabilization More...

by David Esteppe | Published 4 weeks ago
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By Mountain Messenger On Friday, June 27th, 2014

Construction underway

Lewisburg’s Green Space is undergoing a change. The kiosk that once stood at the entrance to City National Bank’s parking lot has been removed. Electricity and a level platform will be installed so local musicians More...

By Mountain Messenger On Friday, June 27th, 2014

Future vision for historical site

The former Bolling High School has been sitting on the hill beside Dorie Miller Park since 1941. What once was a revolutionary place where people of all backgrounds could be educated is now a dilapidated building More...

By Mountain Messenger On Friday, June 27th, 2014

National Committee for the New River changes name to New River Conservancy

The National Committee for the New River (NCNR) announced this week it has changed its name to the New River Conservancy. The new name and look for the 40 year-old organization reflects its redefined leadership More...

By Mountain Messenger On Friday, June 27th, 2014

State Fair of West Virginia announces 2014 Limited Edition Collector Basket

The 16th Edition Collector Basket commemorating the 90th Anniversary of the State Fair of West Virginia will be for sale beginning Tuesday, July 1. The Picking Basket is adorned with a commemorative brass tag, a More...

By Mountain Messenger On Friday, June 27th, 2014

Driver skills’ testing at Lewisburg DMV will not be available June 30 through July 3

The Lewisburg Division of Motor Vehicles’ Regional Office will not conduct driver skills’ testing Monday, June 30 through Thursday, July 3. Friday, July 4 is a holiday and all state offices are closed. Customers More...

By Mountain Messenger On Friday, June 27th, 2014

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey alerts consumers about counterfeit $10 bills

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is alerting consumers about a series of counterfeit bills that are in circulation in Charleston and throughout the state. A bank in Charleston recently made his office aware of More...

By Mountain Messenger On Friday, June 27th, 2014

Hard working car club awards scholarships

For the past 16 years the Throttle Throbs Car Club has held car shows to establish scholarships. With thanks to hard working club members and sponsors the club has been very successful. After giving two scholarships More...

Roll of Honor: Seated: Shirl Montgomery (left), Lucie T. Refsland, Betty McVey Shields and Richard E. “Dick” Ford, Sr.; Standing: Linda Kidd Rodgers (left), William F. Dixon, Janet Hoover Johnson, Martha L. Workman, Mary Lou Tuckwiller and H.R. McVey
By Mountain Messenger On Friday, June 27th, 2014

Fifteen added to ‘Roll of Honor’ at Greenbrier Youth Camp

Observing the 60th anniversary of overnight camping at the Greenbrier Youth Camp at Anthony, the first Board of Trustees Honor Luncheon was held June 22 in the dining room of the Camp. Fifteen supporters of the More...

By Mountain Messenger On Friday, June 27th, 2014

Half-Marathon and Zombie 5K looking for volunteers and runners

Volunteers needed! Whether you’re a runner, a fan of ghouls, or just like to be involved in your local community, we need you! On Saturday, Oct. 25, the United Way of Greenbrier Valley’s popular Zombie 5K, “Run More...