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By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Public Meetings

Renick Town Council will meet Monday, May 2 at 7 p.m. at Renick Town Hall. On the agenda: • Approval of Minutes – Apr. 4, 2016 regular meeting and Apr. 19, 2016 special meeting • Treasurer’s report • More...

Michelle Hedrick, pharmacy technician (left); Aaron Gwinn, pharmacist at Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy; Sgt. D.B. Eggleston, K-9 handler with the Lewisburg Police Department; and Lewisburg Police Chief T.L. Stover. Eggleston was responsible for the collection of narcotics at the Earth Day event.
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy and Lewisburg Police Dept. conduct Earth Day drug disposal event

Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970, with Apr. 22 officially earmarked as a day to make positive, sustainable environmental changes in all communities that help keep the planet healthy. For the fourth consecutive More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Also

The Dutch Haus restaurant at Greenbrier Valley Airport may have to seek out new digs. Airport Manager Stephen Snyder announced that, in accordance with the state auditor’s office, the airport must put the restaurant More...

United Way presents checks to area organizations
By Sarah Mansheim
On Tuesday morning, United Way of the Greenbrier Valley Executive Director Erin Hurst gathered with United Way committee members to present checks to several local organizations. The funds were raised last month during the annual Power of the Purse fundraiser at Harmony Ridge Gallery. Back Row: committee members Mary Baldwin (left) and Deva Wagner, Erin Hurst and committee members Katie Eades and Monica Maxwell. Front Row: attorney Denise Pettijohn (left), Children’s Home Society social worker Jaime Richmond and CHS shelter director Davina Agee, all of whom were on hand to receive a check in the amount of $800 to go towards building a raised-bed garden at the Rupert CHS center. Snacks in Packs coordinator Lara Edwards (right) received a check for $2,400, which, she said, will fully fund Snacks in Packs for the summer. Hurst also received a check for $1,000 on behalf of Books in Bags, a summer reading program serving Greenbrier, Pocahontas and Monroe counties. (Sarah Mansheim photo)
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

United Way presents checks to area organizations

By Sarah MansheimOn Tuesday morning, United Way of the Greenbrier Valley Executive Director Erin Hurst gathered with United Way committee members to present checks to several local organizations. The funds were More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Briefly

Art Show in Rupert The Rupert Public Library will host an Art Show Friday, Apr. 29, and Saturday, Apr. 30. There will be a reception Friday, Apr. 29 from 5-7 p.m. Guests will be able to view the art exhibits while More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Judicial candidates face off at debate

By Sarah Mansheim A nearly full slate of judicial hopefuls gathered at Hill and Holler last Sunday evening to introduce themselves to the public and sound off on their election platforms. Early voting began Wednesday More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

As early voting begins, Tennant urges West Virginians to vote, report violations

West Virginia voters began casting their ballot in the 2016 primary election on Apr. 27. The ten-day early voting period ends May 7. The early voting period includes two Saturdays – Apr. 30 and May 7 – More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

What we talk about when we talk about bacon

What keeps you going? Is it your church? An energetic exercise routine? Art? A glass of wine? Is it food? Is it sugar? What gets you out of bed in the morning and tamps down the existential terror of, “another More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

A father’s view

Dear Editor: I am writing this letter concerning the coming election for Assessor of Greenbrier County. My son Michael Burke is currently the acting Assessor. He was recommended to this position by the former Assessor More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Manchin and Capito introduce ‘Jessie’s Law’ to save and protect recovering addicts

U.S. Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) this week introduced Jessie’s Law, legislation to help ensure that medical professionals have full knowledge of their patient’s previous opioid More...