Tag archive for ‘The Greenbrier’
St. John, the Evangelist, Church
By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

Special Mass set August 15 in Monroe County at WV’s oldest Catholic church

The oldest standing Catholic Church in West Virginia, St. John, the Evangelist, Church in Sweet Springs, Monroe County, less than one mile from the Virginia border, will be the site for the annual Mass on the Feast More...

Randall Reid-Smith, commissioner of the WV Division of Culture and History (right), presents a grant award of $25,000 toward Phase II of the restoration of the Blue Sulphur Spring Pavilion to Alex McLaughlin, chair of The Friends of The Blue.
By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

Greenbrier Historical Society receives grant award for The Blue

On Wednesday, Aug. 5, Randall Reid-Smith, commissioner of the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, presented to Alex McLaughlin, chair of The Friends of the Blue, a grant award of $25,000 toward Phase More...

Carol Bailey (left) presented Perk Berry with the back-packs which were fully supplied for a successful start to the new school year which began Aug. 6 in Greenbrier County.
By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

Catholic Charities of WV, Knights of Columbus join in beginning of school project

The Catholic Charities of West Virginia joined with the Alleghany Highlands Council 8689 Knights of Columbus in donating 25 backpacks to the White Sulphur Springs Food Pantry headquartered in the Neal Parker Center More...

By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

‘Hands Across Our Land’ event slated in Ronceverte

Greenbrier River Watershed Association is joining other groups across the United States in a coordinated event to be held Tuesday, Aug. 18, at Ronceverte Island Park boat launch at 6 p.m. Hands Across Our Land promotes More...

Commander Barbara Burdette
By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

American Legion Greenbrier Post #26 News

On July 9-11, the American Legion Department of WV held its 97th Annual Department Convention at the Ramada Inn in Morgantown. American Legion Post members from all over the state convened for this three day annual More...

Ella Jo Bowen
By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

Ella Jo Bowen

White Sulphur Springs-Ella Jo Bowen passed away on Friday, Aug. 7, 2015, at the age of 22. It is amazing how Ella’s tiny frame could hold such a huge heart and big laugh. As a licensed dog trainer, she did more More...

By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

WVU Families and Health Program

Food Preservation 101 will be held Aug. 31 from 5-8 p.m. at the Greenbrier County WVU Extension Service. Participants will learn how to safely preserve food using USDA guidelines. Class will provide information More...

By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

Entertainment Calendar Aug. 15-23

Ongoing: Art exhibits: “Hither and Yon” by Robin Poteet, Museum Gallery; “Reflections at Lost River Farm” by Chuck Almarez, Old Stone Room; “Images from my World” by Rose Dobbins, Auditorium Gallery; More...

By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

‘Battle of Dry Creek’ Civil War reenactment at Greenbrier State Forest, White Sulphur Springs

Bryans Battery, Incorporated, a Hillsboro area, nonprofit, Civil War reenactment organization and the Greenbrier State Forest will co-sponsor the annual “Battle of Dry Creek” Civil War reenactment at the Greenbrier More...

The president, faculty, board of governors and the graduating class of Marshal University announce that Mason E. Haynes is a candidate for the degrees of Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in Broadcast Journalism.
With a minor in Political Science and Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in Public Relations, Mason graduated on May 15. He is the son of Gary and Frances Haynes of Lewisburg, and a 2010 graduate of the Greenbrier East High School.
By admin On Sunday, August 16th, 2015

Haynes candidate for journalism degree

The president, faculty, board of governors and the graduating class of Marshal University announce that Mason E. Haynes is a candidate for the degrees of Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in Broadcast Journalism.With More...