Tag archive for ‘New River Community and Technical College’
By admin On Monday, November 24th, 2014

Be a judge for Valley Venture Entrepreneurs’ Café competition December 4

Want a reason to feel hopeful about the future of our regional economy? Come judge local entrepreneurs’ innovative ideas to grow their businesses and programs. Select the most deserving entrepreneur in the regional More...

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By admin On Friday, November 14th, 2014

GCC report Rainelle’s creeks cleared

By Peggy Mackenzie Greenbrier County Commissioner Woody Hanna reported on the success of a stream-clearing project conducted on Rainelle’s Boggs and Sewel creeks at Wednesday’s county commission meeting. The More...

Dr. L. Marshall Washington at the podium in front of the unused Arts and Science building on the New River CTC campus
By admin On Friday, November 7th, 2014

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

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 More...

Attending WV Rural Health Conference in Morgantown: Donna Burdette (left), Christy Harless, Vanessa Bailey, Tara Campbell, Alexis Young, Christina Frazer and Denise Deskins
By admin On Monday, October 27th, 2014

New River CTC Medical Assisting students attend WV Rural Health Conference

Seven Medical Assisting students from the Greenbrier Valley Campus of New River Community and Technical College received scholarships to attend the West Virginia Rural Health Conference in Morgantown Oct. 15-17. Medical More...

By admin On Friday, October 24th, 2014

Community leaders show support for Women on Wellness (WOW) Retreat

On Oct. 3, the Greenbrier Women on Wellness (WOW) Community partnership met with community, government and businesses leaders at the Rainelle Medical Center. The goal of the meeting was to discuss why the delivery More...

By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Three Community Education Classes coming up at New River CTC in November

The New River Community and Technical College Office of Workforce Education in Lewisburg has announced three community education classes that will be offered at the Lee Street Complex (former Lewisburg Elementary More...

Evva Gilkeson (left) with well-dressed mirage
By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Halloween yard art – not for the faint-hearted

By Peggy Mackenzie For those whose daily ride to work or home includes traveling south in Fairlea on Maplewood Drive past the fairgrounds toward the high school, the sight of transparent ghostly bodies floating More...

Pictured at the community meeting at Rainelle Medical Center: April Vestal, WVU Institute for Community & Rural Health (left); Tammy Jordan, Fruits of Labor Inc.; Paula McCoy, Greenbrier County Schools; Christian Giggenbach, candidate for Greenbrier County Commission; Betty Critch, WVU National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health; Andy Pendleton, Mayor of Rainelle; Kay Davis, WVU Extension; Vanessa Bailey, New River Community and Technical College; Katie O’Connor, WVU National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health; and Amanda Strader, The Greenbrier.
By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Community leaders show support for Women on Wellness (WOW) Retreat

On Oct. 3, the Greenbrier Women on Wellness (WOW) Community partnership met with community, government and businesses leaders at the Rainelle Medical Center. The goal of the meeting was to discuss why the delivery More...

New River Community and Technical College welders Thomas Legg (left), Brad Veneri and Zach Amon will be featured in the Portable Container Cabin episode of the television series Barnwood Builders
By admin On Friday, October 10th, 2014

Going, going, gone!

New River Community and Technical College welders Thomas Legg (left), Brad Veneri and Zach Amon will be featured in the Portable Container Cabin episode of the television series Barnwood Builders  More...

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By admin On Friday, October 10th, 2014

Local artist featured in national on line art project

The Looking at Appalachia project has selected photos of Greenbrier County to lead off its representation of West Virginia as part of its reflections on the 50th anniversary of Lyndon B. Johnson’s declaration More...