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Bathing starlings

Tuesday evening, starlings kick up some spray in a large pothole beside Rt. 60 north of the interstate. (Mark Robinson photo)

Wild, Wonderful West Virginia awarded Best Marketing Campaign during STS Fall Forum

Wild, Wonderful West Virginia received the Best Marketing Campaign Award (budget more than $500,000) for its Real. campaign during Southeast Tourism Society’s (STS) Fall Forum Shining Example Award Reception. This is the 31st year...

Best ever DARE to Cruz Car Show

Great weather, great people and cool cars made the ninth annual DARE TO CRUZ Car Show a huge success. The event drew 181 registered entries from around...

Look what I got

On Christmas mornig, in a parkig lot next to her home, Madison Carrington, 4, takes a spin in her new toy four-wheeler with her friend Jaden Spencer, who is 5. Madison and Jaden live...

Old Pioneer Building In Color

Picture of the Old Pioneer Drug building in Lewisburg. Photo was taken in the early 1900's.

Rainelle Rite Aid reopens as ‘Wellness Store’

After sustaining significant damage during the flood earlier this summer, the Rite Aid store in Rainelle held a grand reopening of its newly rebuilt and remodeled “Wellness Store,” which features expanded pharmacy services and...

‘I got it!’

  (Photo by Mark Robinson) East’s Kate Perkins gets on the floor to retrieve a loose ball during a game played Wednesday evening against Riverside. East won the game, 71-39.    

Old man winter arrives late to the party

Photo of the week - March 18th, 2017 (Sarah Mansheim text/Mark Robinson photo) Winter finally reared its head this week with freezing temperatures and snowfall that totaled between three and five inches on the eastern end...

East football ends season against Spring Valley

Greenbrier East’s football team ended the season Friday, Nov. 4, with a 58-14 loss to Spring Valley, the no. 2 team in the state. Coach Ray Lee’s comments about the game, and the season:...

LES students decorate pumpkins

Lewisburg Elementary School third grade students in Susan Sheppard’s reading classes decorated pumpkins to represent characters from their favorite books. (See more pumpkins on page 2) Lewisburg Elementary School third grade students...